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FREE Webinar - 2005 AISC Specification the Direct Analysis Method made
simple - Technical webinar provides 1.0 PDH (0.1 CEU)

The 2005 specification requires a second-order analysis that considers the
effects of initial imperfections and inelasticity on the stability of the

Ouch . . . sounds complicated? 

To help engineers, AISC provides the Direct Analysis Method (DAM) as a
straight-forward approach to meeting all the stability requirements of the

How does all this affect you? 

It's time to learn. The 2005 AISC specification is adopted in IBC 2006, 2009
and DAM is likely to become the preferred method. 

In this webinar, CSC will break DAM down into practical steps that any
engineer can understand and apply simply with analysis software. 

By attending, you will learn that DAM: 

- is actually straight-forward 
- can be applied to any building 
- meets all the stability requirements of the 2005 AISC Specification 
- allows for K = 1.0! 

To register, please click on the link below
Matthew Newton
Phone:    (877) 710-2053
Fax:      (312) 321 6489
Direct:   (312) 233 2912
Email:     matthew.newton(--nospam--at) 

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