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Design of Pipelines against Earthquake Loads

Bauteildynamik

  Prof. Dr.-Ing. L. Stempniewski
IMB, KIT CS

 

 

Course

017

Title

Design of Pipelines against Earthquake Loads

Prerequisites

 

Goal of the course

After an introduction and the explanation of the required mechanical basics the second part deals with “Buildings and Floor Response Spectra” and the third part with “Pipelines and Anchorage”. The aim is to deliver an interdisciplinary insight into the earthquake engineering to civil and mechanical engineers and to alleviate the communication between both parties. Independently PC-exercises with a practical software program will be conducted to improve the understanding.

Contents

• Basics of Seismology
• Vibrations
• Response Spectra
• Resistance and Ductility
• Reasonable Design of Buildings against Earthquakes
• Calculation Methods DIN 4149
• Floor Response Spectra• Calculation Methods KTA 2201.4
• Countermeasures/Retrofitting
• Exercises

Lecturer

Prof. Dr.-Ing. L. Stempniewski, IMB, KIT CS

Schedule

reserved

2019; 9 am to 5 pm daily

Location

KIT Campus Nord, FTU, Building 101, room 155

Dead line for application: 2019

Application form download