CSA-S850 – Design and Assessment of BuildingsSubjected to Blast Loads CSA S850 is a new Canadian standard for the design and assessment of buildings subjected to blast loads. It is the most detailed and comprehensive standard of its kind in the world. The standard allows designers to determine for a given blast scenario, or design basis threat, the level of protection that can be provided by an existing building structure or that can be achieved in a new structure. It provides detailed procedures for determining blast load on buildings for a given charge size and standoff, the strength of materials under high strain rates, the selection of the appropriate methods of analysis and design for reinforced concrete, steel, masonry and wood components and structures and for field testing of structural and non-structural components under blast loads. It also contains provisions for preventing progressive collapse and brittle failure. The procedures for Threat and Risk Assessment (TRA) will be discussed. This includes the review and documentation of potential threats and all existing or planned security measures which may affect the selection of the appropriate Design Basis Threat (DBT). In CSA S850, DBT is a key component of the design and assessment of buildings subjected to blast loads and designers will learn about the elements which are considered in its determination. The course is presented by Ghani Razaqpur, Ph.D., P.Eng., professor of civil engineering at McMaster University and past president of CSCE and Murat Saatcioglu, Ph.D., P.Eng., professor of civil engineering at the University of Ottawa and Ken Clupp, CD., P.Eng., C.Tech., PSP. Dr. Razaqpur is the Chair of the Technical Committee for the CSA Standard S850 and Dr. Saatcioglu is a leading member and chair of its sub-committee on design. They have extensive experience in the analysis, design and testing and of steel, concrete and masonry structures under blast load and have played a leading role in the development of the CSA-S850. Ken Clupp is the Lead Physical and Technical Security Equipment Evaluation Engineer in the RCMP Departmental Security Branch. He routinely provides advice and guidance on physical security topics to Government of Canada departments and agencies. Agenda Overview of CSA Standard S850-12 and its scope Introduction to blast and types of explosion Threat assessment and design basis threat (DBT) Building performances criteria under blast loads Effects of explosion, including pressure, impulse and their time variation, and their calculation Effects of explosion, including pressure, impulse consideration in design Dynamic analysis of structures subjected to blast loads Design of reinforced concrete, steel and masonry structures for resisting blast loads Structural integrity and prevention of progressive collapse Building envelope design Wrap-up VENUES VANCOUVER - April 23, 2013 Sandman Hotel – Ballroom Georgia Pacific Room 180 West Georgia Street Vancouver, BC V6B 4P4 604-681-2211 CALGARY - April 24, 2013 Blackfoot Inn Kanata Room 9540 Blackfoot Trail S.E. Calgary, AB T2H 2B5 403-252-2253 This course is endorsed by NEWLY ENROLLING MEMBERS pay a special introductory membership fee of $95 plus tax and obtain a discount on all future CSCE events. please contact: Mahmoud Lardjane [email protected]
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