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Midas Workshop:

The Modeling and Comparison of a Curved Steel Plate Girder Bridge

(PDH Certificate)

Friday, January 27th, 2023, 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM ET





During the session, Amir will show engineers how to create an FE model of a curved steel plate girder bridge that involves construction stages. He will also use this model and compare it to another software's overall workflow and results for the same type of bridge.

Engineers will be able to follow along throughout the entire session. At the end of this session, engineers will also have the opportunity to ask questions, whether it be about the process or the software itself.

We will offer PDH certification for this course for engineers who attend the full session. This webinar is only for North American engineers. 


Amir Botros - Senior Bridge Engineer at Stantec

Amir Botros

Amir is a Senior Structural/Bridge Engineer at Stantec with more than 12 years of academic and professional experience in civil engineering, with a particular emphasis on concrete structures and bridges. He is skilled in Finite Element Analysis, Computer-Aided Design (CAD), and Earthquake Engineering. He has a Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) focused on Structural Engineering from North Carolina State University and a member of the precast prestressed concrete institute (PCI) for many years and has participated in many of the PCI research projects. He is the recipient of the 2018 T. Y. Lin Award for his outstanding research on prestressed concrete thin stemmed members' dapped ends. He is also an Assistant Professor of Structural Engineering at Ain Shams University, teaching undergraduate Courses in Design of Reinforced Concrete Structures (I) (Second-year civil students), Construction Techniques of RC Buildings and Bridges (fourth-year civil students), and Supervision of Reinforced Concrete Graduation Project.






The Modeling and Comparison of a Curved Steel Plate Girder Bridge

Friday, January 27th, 2023

3:00 PM - 4:00 PM ET

Online - GoToWebinar




Register for the event here