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Structural Fire Design (2 credit hours/2 HSW Hours)
The frequency of uncontrolled fire in buildings is low, but the consequences can be severe if not properly addressed. Hence, it is important that structural systems adequately resist the effects of fire. Conventional methods for structural fire safety aim to control the heating of individual structural components with the intent of mitigating the risk of structural collapse due to fire exposure. However, new industry standardization and guidance are paving the way for the explicit design of structural systems to safely withstand uncontrolled fire exposure, referred to as structural fire design. This course briefly examines conventional methods for structural fire safety, and then primarily covers the requirements, methodology, and benefits of structural fire design.
Kevin LaMalva, PE
· Understand conventional methods for structural fire safety  
 
· Learn about the treatment of fire effects as a structural load  
 
· Understand new industry standardization for structural fire design  
 
· Learn about the potential benefits of adopting structural fire design for building projects

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