AS 3600 Design Principles – PT Slab Design Series (1)

  • Suitable for: Structural Engineers, Civil Engineering Graduates
  • Chosen by: Professionals working in Bonacci Group,  Enstruct, Robert Bird Group, Eclipse Consulting, ACE Consulting Group, FMG Engineering, Smart Structures Australia, etc.
  • Length: Total 6 hours
  • Access: 6 months access on mobile & PC
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What is a Post Tensioned Slab:

Post Tensioned slabs is the most commonly used solution for slabs all around Australia, especially for big developments, it is considered as the first option since it offers many benefits from bigger spans to less concrete and faster construction speed. It involves placing empty ducts and pushing strands inside these ducts which will be later stressed once the concrete has reached enough strength.

Learning Outcomes:

  • Gain fundamental knowledge and code requirements when designing a post tensioned slab.

You Will Learn:

  • Introduction to PT Slab:
    –   How PT works and principles around it
  • PT Slab Design Requirements AS3600:
    –   Loading, Reo/PT Cover Requirements
    –   Load Balancing, Strength Limit State
    –   Slab and Beam Serviceability Crack Controls
    –   Shrinkage Crack Control Requirements
  • Read Slab Structural Drawings
  • Understand Structural Joints:
    –    Why and Where Movement Joints are Required
    –    Different types of Movement & Construction Joints

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Course Includes

  • 16 Lessons
  • 25 Topics
  • Course Certificate
  • 6 CPD Points

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Kamal Bagherzadeh
Posted 3 months ago
Very Informative

I did not have any knowledge of PT system before, but this course helped me to get a useful and comprehensive knowledge of it. The course was well presented by variety of practical examples and good contents. I really liked the course and recommend to the structural engineers who want to learn or improve and broaden their knowledge of PT system.

Honge Han
Posted 3 months ago
Good course

I attended this course last year, and found this webinar is really beneficial to my career. I have learned a lot through Aaron and gained great industry knowledge so far.Highly recommened.

Sam Rad
Posted 3 months ago
Well explained

Everything is very well explained with many actual life examples, not like Uni, very practical

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