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Steel Sheet Pile Structures

Steel Sheet Pile Structures

Steel Sheet Pile Structures

To all,

I just attended a seminar entitled "Design of Steel Sheet Pile Structures" in the midwest and wanted to make mention of it to the group.

The seminar was extremely informative, professional, and carried 0.6 CEUs.  It was developed and presented by Dr. Richard Hartman of Hartman Engineering out of Buffalo, New York.  The seminar topics included cellular cofferdams, braced applications, anchored installations, and finally a brief overview of the development of new sheet pile sections.

As usual, the material for each topic consist of case studies in failures.  In my opinion, this affords the attendee the benefit of knowing what kind of failure exist without experiencing it.  Knowing this type of information helps the engineer to properly design structures.  Examples for each application are provided with the course material.

If you get a chance and you do a lot of work with sheet pile structures, this would be worthwhile.

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