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2015 AISC Night School Webinars
This is to certify that:
Gary Cavafian
has earned 1.0 EEU
for participating in the AISC Ni...
2014 AISC Night School Webinars
This is to certify that:
Gary Cavafian
has earned 1.0 EEU
for participating in the AISC Ni...
22001133 AAIISSCC NNiigghhtt SScchhooooll
This is to certify that:
Gary Cavafian
has earned 1.0 EEU
for participating in t...
22001133 AAIISSCC NNiigghhtt SScchhooooll
This is to certify that:
Gary Cavafian
has earned 1.0 EEU
for participating in t...
22001133 AAIISSCC NNiigghhtt SScchhooooll
This is to certify that:
Gary Cavafian
has earned 1.0 EEU
for participating in t...
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  1. 1. 2015 AISC Night School Webinars This is to certify that: Gary Cavafian has earned 1.0 EEU for participating in the AISC Night School Course: Stability Design of Steel Structures – Benefits of Employing Modern Methods of Structural Analysis From January 26 – March 30, 2015 Presented by: Donald W. White, PhD, and Ronald D. Ziemian, PhD, PE This course consisted of 8 - 1.5 hour sessions that addressed the stability design of steel structures. Topics addressed included: first- and second-order elastic analysis, non-linear methods of structural analysis, the Direct Analysis Method, advanced applications, and AISC Specification Appendix 1: Design by Inelastic Analysis. The course’s 8 sessions are listed below with the date they were offered as a live webinar. Attendees were also given the option to view the session recordings in conjunction with taking and passing a quiz. Each session was 1.5 contact hours. Final credit is based upon the number of sessions that were attended. Session 1: January 26 - Modern Methods of Structural Analysis - Part I Session 2: February 2 - Modern Methods of Structural Analysis - Part II Session 3: February 9 - Modules for Learning Structural Stability Session 4: February 23 - Second-Order Elastic Analysis - Getting it Right Session 5: March 2 - The AISC Direct Analysis Method from Soup to Nuts Session 6: March 9 - Stability Design of Low- and Medium-Rise Steel Buildings Session 7: March 16 - Stability Design - Advanced Applications Session 8: March 30 - New Opportunities - Design by Inelastic Analysis Contact hours................................................................12.0 Equivalent Education Unit (EEU)....................................1.0 In order to earn an Equivalent Education Unit (EEU), the student must have attended all (8) – 90 minute sessions (either live or recorded), passed 7 of 8 of the session quizzes and a final exam.   Nancy Gavlin, S.E. Director of Education American Institute of Steel Construction
  2. 2. 2014 AISC Night School Webinars This is to certify that: Gary Cavafian has earned 1.0 EEU for participating in the AISC Night School Course: Bracing Connections and Related Topics From September 22-November 24, 2014 Presented by: William A. Thornton, Ph.D., P.E. This course consisted of 8 - 1.5 hour sessions that presented design concepts related to bracing connections. The course began by addressing the three basic principles of structural mechanics: equilibrium, limit states and compatibility. The course then explored in-depth topics including the uniform force method, bracing connection details, prying action, corner connections for both low- and high-seismic application, chevron gussets for both low- and high- seismic application, bracing connections to base plates, slip-critical connections and filler development. The course consisted of the 8 sessions listed below with the date they were offered as a live webinar. Attendees were also given the option to view the session recordings in conjunction with taking and passing a quiz. Each session was 1.5 contact hours. Final credit is based upon the number of sessions that were attended.   Session 1: September 22 - Basic Principles Session 2: September 29 - The Uniform Force Method Session 3: October 13 - Bracing Connection Details and Prying Action Session 4: October 20 - Corner Connection Part 1 - Wind and Low-Seismic Session 5: October 27 - Corner Connection Part 2 - High-Seismic Systems Session 6: November 10 - Chevron Gussets for Wind or Low-Seismic Systems Session 7: November 17 - Chevron Gussets and for High-Seismic Systems Session 8: November 24 - Additional Connection Topics Contact hours................................................................12.0 Equivalent Education Unit (EEU)....................................1.0 In order to earn an Equivalent Education Unit (EEU), the student must have attended all (8) – 90 minute sessions (either live or recorded), passed 7 of 8 of the session quizzes and a final exam.   Nancy Gavlin, S.E. Director of Education American Institute of Steel Construction 
  3. 3. 22001133 AAIISSCC NNiigghhtt SScchhooooll This is to certify that: Gary Cavafian has earned 1.0 EEU for participating in the Night School course: “Basic Steel Design” from September 24-November 19, 2013 presented by: Louis F. Geschwindner, Ph.D., P.E. This course consisted of 8 - 1.5 hour sessions that were presented as a refresher of the principles of structural steel design according to the AISC Specification. An introduction to structural safety and the principles of LRFD and ASD design, loads and load combinations, the AISC Specification and structural analysis was presented. In-depth topics presented included the design of tension members, compression members, bending members and composite members. In addition, designing for combined axial forces and bending, stability analysis and design principles and second-order analysis and designing with the effective length method and the direct analysis method were closely reviewed. The course consisted of the 8 sessions listed below with the date they were offered as a live webinar. Attendees were also given the option to view the session recordings. Each session was 1.5 contact hours. Session 1: September 24, 2013 - Introduction to Basic Steel Design Session 2: October 1, 2013 - Design of Tension Members Session 3: October 8, 2013 - Design of Compression Members Session 4: October 15, 2013 - Design of Bending Members Session 5: October 22, 2013 - Design of Members for Compression Plus Bending Session 6: October 29, 2013 - Stability Analysis and Design Part I Session 7: November 12, 2013 - Stability Analysis and Design Part II Session 8: November 19, 2013 - Design of Composite Flexural Members Contact hours................................................................12.0 Equivalent Education Unit (EEU).................................1.0 In order to earn an Equivalent Education Unit (EEU), the student must have attended all (8) – 90 minute sessions (either live or recorded); and must have received a passing grade on the session quizzes and a final exam. The work required to earn 1.0 EEU is equal to the work required to earn one hour of university credit. Nancy Gavlin, S.E. Director of Education American Institute of Steel Construction seminars@aisc.org
  4. 4. 22001133 AAIISSCC NNiigghhtt SScchhooooll This is to certify that: Gary Cavafian has earned 1.0 EEU for participating in the Night School course: “Fundamentals of Stability for Steel Design” from June 3 – July 29, 2013 Presented by: Perry S. Green, PE, PhD; Todd A. Helwig, PE, PhD; Donald W White, PhD; Joseph A. Yura, PE, PhD; and Ronald D. Ziemian, PE, PhD The high strength- and stiffness-to-weight ratios of structural steels often result in relatively slender members and systems in which stability is a primary design consideration. This course provided an overview of the behavior and design of compression, flexural, beam-column, and bracing members as well as an introduction to system stability. Several strength limit states were covered, including elastic and inelastic flexural, lateral torsional, and flexural-torsional buckling as well as full cross- section yielding. In addition, the behavior and design of bracing intended to resist such failure modes was presented. The basic design approaches related to frame stability, including the direct analysis and effective length methods, was reviewed. Most lectures contained several examples illustrating stability analysis and design concepts. The course consisted of the 8 sessions listed below with the date they were offered as a live webinar. Attendees were also given the option to view the session recordings. Each session was 1.5 contact hours. Session 1: June 3 - Introduction and Behavior of Compression Members, R.D. Ziemian, PE, PhD Session 2: June 10 - Design of Compression Members, P.S. Green, PE, PhD Session 3: June 17 - Behavior of Flexural Members, R.D. Ziemian, PE, PhD Session 4: June 24 - Design of Flexural Members, T.A. Helwig, PE, PhD Session 5: July 8 - Stability of Structural Systems, R.D. Ziemian, PE, PhD Session 6: July 15 - Design of Members Subject to Compression and Flexure, D.W. White, PhD Session 7: July 22 - Fundamental Concepts of Bracing Compression and Flexural Members, T.A. Helwig, PE, PhD Session 8: July 29 - Design of Bracing for Columns and Beams, J.A. Yura, PE, PhD Contact hours................................................................12.0 Equivalent Education Unit (EEU).................................1.0 In order to earn an Equivalent Education Unit (EEU), the student must have attended all (8) – 90 minute sessions (either live or recorded); and must have received a passing grade on the session quizzes and a final exam. The work required to earn 1.0 EEU is equal to the work required to earn one hour of university credit. Nancy Gavlin, S.E. Director of Education American Institute of Steel Construction seminars@aisc.org
  5. 5. 22001133 AAIISSCC NNiigghhtt SScchhooooll This is to certify that: Gary Cavafian has earned 1.0 EEU for participating in the Night School course: “Fundamentals of Connection Design” from January 14-March 18, 2013 presented by: Tom Murray, Ph.D., P.E. The Fundamentals of Connection Design course provided an overview of typical connections including advantages and disadvantages of each connection type, a review of member, bolt and weld limit states, design methodologies for shear, moment and brace connections and design examples. Connection types included were shear end-plate, double angle, single angle, shear tab, tee, and seated shear connections, flange welded-web bolted, flange plate-web bolted, flange tee stub-web bolted and end-plate moment connections, prequalified connections for special moment frame applications and bracing connections. The course consisted of the 8 sessions listed below with the date they were offered as a live webinar. Attendees were also given the option to view the session recordings. Each session was 1.5 contact hours. Session 1: Jan. 14 - Fundamental Concepts, Part I Session 2: Jan. 28 - Fundamental Concepts, Part II Session 3: Feb. 4 - Shear Connections, Part I Session 4: Feb. 11 - Shear Connections, Part II Session 5: Feb. 25 - Moment Connections, Part I Session 6: Mar. 4 - Moment Connections, Part II Session 7: Mar. 11 - Moment Connections, Part III Session 8: Mar. 18 - Bracing Connections Contact hours................................................................12.0 Equivalent Education Unit (EEU).................................1.0 In order to earn an Equivalent Education Unit (EEU), the student must have attended all (8) – 90 minute sessions (either live or recorded); and must have received a passing grade on the session quizzes and a final exam. The work required to earn 1.0 EEU is equal to the work required to earn one hour of university credit. Nancy Gavlin, S.E. Director of Education American Institute of Steel Construction seminars@aisc.org

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