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NCSEA - Welded Connections: the Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

  • 23 Feb 2016
  • 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM
  • Webinar
What makes for a “good welded connection”? According to the presenter, there are twelve principles that make for good welded connections. These concepts will be presented and illustrated with examples of both good and bad welded connections. Connection designers and detailer will benefit from the presentation and the twelve principles can be used in a check-list manner to make sure design concepts become good welded connections in construction. 


Duane K. Miller, Sc.D., P.E., is a recognized authority on the design and performance of welded connections.  He has authored and co-authored chapters of many texts, including theAISC Design Guide 21 on Welding and the Mark’s Handbook of Engineering, 11th Edition.  

Dr. Miller is the immediate past Chair of the AWS D1 Structural Welding Committee, and formerly chaired the Seismic and Bridge Welding subcommittees.  He is a current member of the AISC Specification Committee, a Professional Engineer, Certified Welding Inspector and Qualified Welder.  

Registration for this course will close 1 hour before the webinar begins.

Registration

  • $225 –NCSEA member
  • $250 – SEI/CASE member
  • $275 – non-member

This course will award 1.5 hours of continuing education.  

Approved in all 50 states.

Questions and Comments Please contact Sara Guthrie at (407)347-4962 Email:  fseadirector@flsea.com

                                                                             

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