Genre: eLearning | MP4 | Video: h264, 1280×720 | Audio: aac, 22000 Hz
Language: English | Size: 543 MB Duration: 1.5 hours
You should have a basic understanding of concrete and its use as a building material.
The course briefly discusses concrete and its properties relative to reinforcing, but if you need a better understanding of concrete, try our Understanding Concrete course here on Udemy
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Concrete is the most widely used building material in the world. In addition to understanding concrete, today’s construction professional needs to understand the principles of concrete reinforcing and how prestressed concrete works. This includes both pre-tensioned concrete that is typically manufactured in a precast plant, and post-tensioned concrete that is cast-in-place. Post-tensioned concrete is being used more and more throughout the world to build multi-story structures, slabs-on-ground, and bridges, while precast prestressed concrete continues to be used in rapidly built structures like parking garages. Understanding how and why reinforcing and prestressing works in a concrete structure.
Gain a better understanding of the principle and theory behind concrete reinforcing and prestressing to help you be a better construction management professional.
After completing this course you will be able to…
Explain the meaning of passive reinforcing versus active reinforcing and list examples of each
Discuss the effects of adding rebar to a concrete element
Explain how the change in location of the rebar within the concrete effects its performance
List advantages of prestressed concrete
Describe the difference between pre-tensioned and post-tensioned reinforcing
Describe the precast concrete process
Explain how post-tensioned concrete works
List common examples of prestressed concrete structures
Learn from a professional
My courses have been created as a place where everyone, whether you are an experienced professional, a young project engineer, new to a trade or a seasoned journeyman, can come to learn more about the industry that we have chosen as our profession. That’s what this platform is about. These courses are meant to be a way for you to increase your knowledge of the construction industry in a variety of cutting edge topics from concrete reinforcing and prestressing, to micro trenching, to safety management systems. This is not a course that teaches you how to install rebar or prestressing steel. It is a course that educates you on why we reinforce concrete and how it works. This is information you need as a construction professional in order to talk to designers, owners and subcontractors.
This course is a great way for you to increase your knowledge about concrete reinforcing and prestressing.
Who this course is for:
This course is meant for anyone that has responsibilities as a construction management professional. This course will give you an understanding of the principle and theory behind reinforced and prestressed concrete and will get you familiar with the terms used by the professionals and experts in the industry. This course is ideal for construction professionals that may not have formal training in reinforcing or prestressing. This course is also ideal for anyone that is just getting started in the industry, or anyone that wants to go beyond a basic understanding of concrete reinforcing and move to a level of understanding that will help you communicate with designers, producers and other professionals.
If you work around, or manage projects that utilized prestressed concrete (pre-tensioned or post-tensioned) then this course is for you!
If you have been through a PTI Certification course or one of the Ironworker’s apprenticeship courses, then you may already have a good understanding of the material in this course.
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