ARCH2480 structures1, SP2016

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ARCH2480 structures1, SP2016
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Architectural Technology
Course Code
ARCH 2480
Semester / Year
Spring 2016
Course Description

This course presents the basis for an understanding of structural behavior and design, with an emphasis placed on the theoretical and practical application of structural design principles for new and existing urban small-scale building structures. The fundamental scientific framework of mechanics, strength of materials, structural analysis and architectural design integration will be addressed. Conditions encountered during renovations and their solutions will be included. The course is presented in lecture and discussion sessions in conjunction with homework assignments. Students are expected to participate in class by asking and responding to questions, relating relevant experiences, offering opinions, etc. Exams and quizzes will be given based on class lectures and discussions, reading assignments and notes.


This course was created by: Professor Phillip Anzalone AIA, Prof. Jieun Yang

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