MIDASoft is excited to announce the “Insider’s Perspective” webinar series. Each month we will host a webinar with one of our experienced users will provide a technical demonstration of how they used midas Civil to overcome design and analysis challenges on one of their bridge projects. These webinars will provide an excellent opportunity for both users and non-users of midas Civil to gain valuable technical training and insight into the finer points of finite element bridge modeling and analysis. Attendees will also receive a certificate for 1 Professional Development Hour for each course attended.
Purpose of the Webinar This presentation introduces the challenging aspects for design and load rating of Post-Tensioned Cast-in-place Concrete Segmental Bridges. Construction stage and time-dependent analyses are demonstrated, Evaluation of post-analysis and load ratings are discussed. The discussion will focus on the following aspects of the project à This presentation introduced the challenging aspects for design and load rating of Post-Tensioned Cast-in-place Concrete Segmental Bridges. Construction stage and time-dependent analyses were demonstrated, Evaluation of post-analysis and load ratings were discussed. The discussion will focus on the following aspects of the project.
- Nonlinear solutions for the time dependent material behaviors and construction stages - Construction stage analysis set up that was not accounted in BrR, Consplice or SAP - Complex tendon geometry in 3D - Automatic Design & Load Rating as per AASHTO LRFD 2012/LRFR 2011
Who Should Attend Bridge engineer, Contractors, Owners and Professionals who design post-tensioned cast-in-place concrete segmental bridge.
Benefits of this webinar 1. Understanding construction stage analysis 2. Experience of time-dependent material and structural behavior 3. Use of Midas post-analysis processes 4. Exploration of Midas load rating feature
All attendees will also receive a certificate for 1 AIA approved Professional Development Hour. Please register and attend individually to be eligible for PDH credit