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Concrete Structure Designing
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Concrete Structure Designing for Industrial Projects

Code Date Venue Fees
CC004 17 - 21 Dec 2017 Abu Dhabi - UAE $4,500 Register

Introduction

Reinforced concrete structures are widely used in industrial sector, especially in the onshore Oil & Gas fields. In industrial projects, the structure design applications are different than normal housing projects taught in educational/engineering institutions. This course will fill the gap between the academic knowledge and the professionalism for industrial project design in general, and specifically for Oil & Gas and power generation projects.

The basis of design for concrete structure for strength, serviceability and robustness is considered in the course. ACI, BS, UBC and ASCE codes will also be covered to enable the participants choose suitable design method to serve business safety and operability. The probability of failure, specifically in ACI and BS, will be discussed and the the key steps in design and review design will be illustrated.

This training course will feature:

  • Review of different codes and standards
  • The importance of construction and maintenance
  • The dynamic analysis and design for concrete in the industrial plant
  • Industry practice in the structure design
  • Integration between different disciplines in designing
  • Effect of sustainable design to enhance project investment life cycle

Objectives

This training course is intended to provide the participants with:

  • An overview of modern and effective procedures for the design of reinforced concrete structures in the Oil & Gas industry
  • Knowledge on calculation for reinforced concrete elements used in the Oil & Gas industry
  • Increase the knowledge and assist in using new tools for designing and reviewing the design for new project or modify the existing one
  • Knowledge on the design of foundation under all types of vibrating equipment, and the blast design of buildings
  • An illustration of real design issues that may assist the designer to provide concrete structure that is safe, economical and constructible
  • The rule of thumb to check the concrete design with associated check list

Training Methodology

This training course will utilise a variety of proven adult learning techniques to ensure maximum understanding, comprehension and retention of the information presented. The daily workshops will be highly interactive and participative. Videos and photos will be used for illustration.

Organisational Impact

  • Reduce the engineering cost as the attendees will be capable to do engineering in-house.
  • Reduce cost for repair and maintenance by enhancing the repair methodology
  • Improve the organization performance by knowing the Up to date design and construction technique  its technical practice
  • Improve the project cost and time by better controlling the design stage

Personal Impact

  • Enhance the concrete design capability of the trainee for different foundation types
  • Increase knowledge of up to date of execution phase
  • Increase the skill for maintenance approach
  • Increase the skill to enhance quality of all phases of the oil and gas projects

Who Should Attend?

This training course is intended to provide professionals and engineers to be familiar with American Concrete Institute Standard (ACI) and British standard (BS) for concrete structure designing.

The training course will also be beneficial for junior or senior level civil and structure engineers who need to have in-depth knowledge about the structural engineering activities and how to co-operate in the design phase.


SEMINAR OUTLINE

DAY 1

  • The fundamentals of concrete technology
  • Basic concept of concrete design
  • Main features for ACI and BS for concrete design
  • Effects of different loads on the building
  • Earthquake, wind load effect
  • Loads affect pipe rack, static equipment and tanks foundations
  • Principal, limitations for different codes in concrete (ACI, BS codes, European Code)
  • Codes and standards Philosophy

DAY 2

  • Principal of concrete design and precaution
  • Different structure systems
  • Different slab types
  • The way to use the suitable structure system
  • Design of slab, beam and columns
  • Loads applied in horizontal vessel (Separators)
  • Design of vessel foundation
  • Loads applied in heaters
  • Design of heater foundations
  • Ring beam design for circular tank
  • Design of foundation under tower
  • Pipeline support design
  • Checklist to review the design

DAY 3

  • Soil investigation
  • Shallow foundation design philosophy
  • Pile foundation design philosophy
  • Anchor bolt design
  • Foundation under machines design
  • Checklist to review foundation under rotating equipment
  • Precaution in design foundation under vibrating machines
  • Design blast resistance building such as control room
  • Control room layout and configuration

DAY 4

  • Pipe rack configuration
  • Pipe rack design
  • Retaining walls design principals
  • Load and forced in retaining walls
  • Retaining walls design checks

DAY 5

  • Design for reinforced concrete liquid tanks
  • Structure system for concrete tanks
  • Circular and rectangular tank
  • Maintenance and repair in concrete structure
  • Integrity and maintenance management system principal

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Concrete Structure Designing
for Industrial Projects


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Code Date Venue Fees
CC004 17 - 21 Dec 2017 Abu Dhabi - UAE $4,500

Introduction

Reinforced concrete structures are widely used in industrial sector, especially in the onshore Oil & Gas fields. In industrial projects, the structure design applications are different than normal housing projects taught in educational/engineering institutions. This course will fill the gap between the academic knowledge and the professionalism for industrial project design in general, and specifically for Oil & Gas and power generation projects.

The basis of design for concrete structure for strength, serviceability and robustness is considered in the course. ACI, BS, UBC and ASCE codes will also be covered to enable the participants choose suitable design method to serve business safety and operability. The probability of failure, specifically in ACI and BS, will be discussed and the the key steps in design and review design will be illustrated.

This training course will feature:

  • Review of different codes and standards
  • The importance of construction and maintenance
  • The dynamic analysis and design for concrete in the industrial plant
  • Industry practice in the structure design
  • Integration between different disciplines in designing
  • Effect of sustainable design to enhance project investment life cycle

Objectives

This training course is intended to provide the participants with:

  • An overview of modern and effective procedures for the design of reinforced concrete structures in the Oil & Gas industry
  • Knowledge on calculation for reinforced concrete elements used in the Oil & Gas industry
  • Increase the knowledge and assist in using new tools for designing and reviewing the design for new project or modify the existing one
  • Knowledge on the design of foundation under all types of vibrating equipment, and the blast design of buildings
  • An illustration of real design issues that may assist the designer to provide concrete structure that is safe, economical and constructible
  • The rule of thumb to check the concrete design with associated check list

Training Methodology

This training course will utilise a variety of proven adult learning techniques to ensure maximum understanding, comprehension and retention of the information presented. The daily workshops will be highly interactive and participative. Videos and photos will be used for illustration.

Organisational Impact

  • Reduce the engineering cost as the attendees will be capable to do engineering in-house.
  • Reduce cost for repair and maintenance by enhancing the repair methodology
  • Improve the organization performance by knowing the Up to date design and construction technique  its technical practice
  • Improve the project cost and time by better controlling the design stage

Personal Impact

  • Enhance the concrete design capability of the trainee for different foundation types
  • Increase knowledge of up to date of execution phase
  • Increase the skill for maintenance approach
  • Increase the skill to enhance quality of all phases of the oil and gas projects

Who Should Attend?

This training course is intended to provide professionals and engineers to be familiar with American Concrete Institute Standard (ACI) and British standard (BS) for concrete structure designing.

The training course will also be beneficial for junior or senior level civil and structure engineers who need to have in-depth knowledge about the structural engineering activities and how to co-operate in the design phase.

SEMINAR OUTLINE

DAY 1

  • The fundamentals of concrete technology
  • Basic concept of concrete design
  • Main features for ACI and BS for concrete design
  • Effects of different loads on the building
  • Earthquake, wind load effect
  • Loads affect pipe rack, static equipment and tanks foundations
  • Principal, limitations for different codes in concrete (ACI, BS codes, European Code)
  • Codes and standards Philosophy

DAY 2

  • Principal of concrete design and precaution
  • Different structure systems
  • Different slab types
  • The way to use the suitable structure system
  • Design of slab, beam and columns
  • Loads applied in horizontal vessel (Separators)
  • Design of vessel foundation
  • Loads applied in heaters
  • Design of heater foundations
  • Ring beam design for circular tank
  • Design of foundation under tower
  • Pipeline support design
  • Checklist to review the design

DAY 3

  • Soil investigation
  • Shallow foundation design philosophy
  • Pile foundation design philosophy
  • Anchor bolt design
  • Foundation under machines design
  • Checklist to review foundation under rotating equipment
  • Precaution in design foundation under vibrating machines
  • Design blast resistance building such as control room
  • Control room layout and configuration

DAY 4

  • Pipe rack configuration
  • Pipe rack design
  • Retaining walls design principals
  • Load and forced in retaining walls
  • Retaining walls design checks

DAY 5

  • Design for reinforced concrete liquid tanks
  • Structure system for concrete tanks
  • Circular and rectangular tank
  • Maintenance and repair in concrete structure
  • Integrity and maintenance management system principal

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