This module focuses on the concepts of structural stability and dynamic problems in civil engineering. The module will also touch on developing fundamental equations and explain the structural response with respect to both dynamic loads and static stability.
Application-based activities will be conducted during the course of study which includes modelling and calculation of buckling and natural frequency behaviour of complex structural systems. Emphasis is placed on both analytical methods and numerical solution techniques to demonstrate the importance of model validation.
Computation tools are developed and integrated into individual project assignments for the assessment complex structures (which are subjected to dynamic excitation and stability constraints). A final written paper will assess fundamental knowledge acquired.
What You’ll Learn
1. Stability and dynamic theory
2. Hand calculation of stability and vibration properties
- Assess and derive the behaviour of beam and plate elements subject to both dynamic and stability constraints.
3. Computational tools for stability and vibration analysis
- Perform stability and natural frequency calculations for complex frame problems using symmetry and related substitute frame techniques.
4. Finite element analysis of stability and vibration problems
- Create a computer tool (MATLAB or Spreadsheet) for buckling and vibration analysis of complex frame problems; validated against commercial codes.
- Determine and interpret the frequency response and post critical stable behaviour of beam and/or plate elements using commercial codes.
Who Should Attend
- Civil Engineers, Site Engineers, Field Engineers, Project Engineers
- Construction Managers
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Certificate and Assessment
A Certificate of Participation will be issued to participants who:
- Attend 75% of the course
- Undertake non-credit bearing assessment (during course)
A Certificate of Attainment for each module will be issued to participants who:
- Attend at least 75% of each respective module; and
- Participants who pass the Continuous Assessment and final examination with with a GPA of 2.5 or more.
- Candidate should possess a bachelor degree in Civil Engineering
Frequently Asked Questions
What is the prerequisite knowledge for the course?
- Students should be familiar with basic differential equation and matrix mathematics, as well as basic structural analysis.
Is any software required for the course?
- Any analysis software used will be provided as part of the course.
|30 Aug - 2 Dec 2022
7pm - 10pm
|SIT@Dover, 10 Dover Drive S138683
||Fundamentals stability theory
||Elastic buckling of planar columns
||Inelastic column buckling; Beam – Column interaction
||Lateral buckling of beams
||Finite element techniques
||Single degree of freedom
||Dynamic response of single degree of freedom systems
||Generation of equivalent single degree of freedom systems
||Numerical solution techniques
||Multiple degrees of freedom
||Dynamic response of multiple degree of freedom systems
Total course contact hours: 36 hours.
|$3,540.69 (inclusive of GST)
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Modular Certification Courses - Civil Engineering
These modules are stackable towards a Postgraduate Certificate in Civil Engineering or can be taken individually as a single module as follows:
- CVE6001 Structural Stability and Dynamics
- CVE6002 Design of Steel and Composite Structures
- CVE6003 Design of Tall Buildings*
- CVE6004 Advanced Material Technology
- CVE6005 Design of Reinforced and Precast Concrete Structures*
- CVE6006 Advanced Geotechnical Engineering
- CVE6007 Shallow and Deep Foundation*
- CVE6008 Numerical Modelling in Geotechnics*
- CVE6009 Deep Excavation and Tunnelling*
- CVE6010 Land Reclamation and Ground Improvement
*Modules subsidised by SkillsFuture Singapore.
Each module carries ECTS 6 credits. Candidates who pass any 4 modules (totalling 24 credits) with a CGPA of 2.5 or more will be awarded the Postgraduate Certificate in Civil Engineering by SIT. Collectively, they can be taken as the Masters of Science in Civil Engineering.