Course on High Rise Buildings with Emphasis on Fundamental Approach
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Course on High Rise Buildings with Emphasis on Fundamental Approach
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Course on High Rise Buildings with Emphasis on Fundamental Approach

Author: Hee MC | Size: 3.6 MB | Format: PDF | Year: 2008 | pages: 8 sets of lecture notes


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Course contents

Lecture 1 Back to Basics
Lecture 2 RC Beams Design/Analysis Revisited
Lecture 3 Rigid Frame Structures Gravity Loads/Lateral Loads
Lecture 4 Planar Shear Wall Under Lateral Loads
Lecture 5 Shear Wall/Frame Interaction Under Lateral Loads
Lecture 6 Coupled Shear Wall Structures
Lecture 7 Framed Tube/Tube in Tube Structures
Lecture 8 Raft Foundation

BIODATA OF COURSE LECTURER
Ir M C Hee is a practicing Structural Consulting Engineer and Principal of M C Hee & Associates. He obtained his Bachelor of Engineering (BE) and Master of Engineering Science (M.Eng.Sc) from The University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia.
His expertise is in the design and construction of high-rise buildings particularly in value engineering and alternative design. His philosophy is “design for simplicity and buildability” with a total concept approach. He has more than 40 years experience in this field, major overseas projects include the 68 story MLC tower, 40 story CML building in Sydney and 42 story 530 Collins St in Melbourne. In Malaysia, the list includes 39 story Core project, 25 story Plaza Perasang in Shah Alam, 28 story Desa Parker condominium, 25 story bank building in Damai Complex, 4 high tower blocks of condominium ranging from 20 to 28 story in Sentul. In addition he is well versed in computer modeling of high-rise buildings and his current interest is in strut and tie applications in the field of structural engineering particularly transfer girders and deep beams. He is a strong advocate of manual check methods such as 2 cycle moment distribution and for young engineers to develop the feel of how the structures respond to the loads by qualitative analysis in sketching the deflected shapes and drawing the bending moment diagrams.
Beside his practice, he is also involves in IEM activities. He is one of the Vice Presidents for the current session, Chairman of IEM Position Statement Committee for “Concrete Code of Practice in the Local Construction Industry after year 2010 when BS8100 is to be withdrawn,” Chairman of Malaysian Structural Concrete Code (MS EC2). He also conducted many practical concrete courses for IEM and outside organizations such as a 2-day Intensive course on Practical Design to BS8110 from a Consulting Engineer’s Perspective, a 1-day Intensive course on Practical Mesh Design & Detailing to BS8110 from a Consulting Engineer’s Perspective, a 1-day Intensive course on Behavior, Modeling and Design of High Rise Shear Wall Building from a Consulting Engineer’s Perspective using both manual and computer methods.

This may more of interest to engineers of my country than others. He is a very experienced and knowledgable design engineer. However, in my opinion, he has done quite a bit of code surfing especially by 'marrying' the ACI and BS in the bracing classification (anyway, a few software companies did that too) and he has never make it clear in his presentations in the earlier years lectures. And he has not advised the audience to use reduced stiffness when calculating stability index, perhaps in his opinion, it is not required.... Kindly take note when using these notes in design.

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