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- Subject: Lunch Seminar on Codes/ Structures.
- From: "Andy Richardson" <arichardson(--nospam--at)IngeniumUSA.com>
- Date: Tue, 8 Jul 2003 14:18:43 -0400
- Cc: <Code_talk(--nospam--at)structuralist.net>
I am slated to be giving a 20-30 minute talk next Thursday to discuss some structural issues with the staff here. Only one problem… …I have no topic :) I am one of two structural engineers here in a staff of about 50 (site/ civil engineering). Hence the topic needs to be more informative than technical. I thought we may discuss some history of code development and the new international codes are requiring more engineering in our (high wind) area for residential construction. I would like to briefly discuss some basic design concepts for residential/ light framing design, especially lateral force systems. If anyone has any ideas, resources, topics, power point slides (humorous slides welcome) web links, etc. that I could be directed to, I would appreciate the input. Thanks in advance for your assistance.
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