Fire Resistance in Timber Structures

Organisation profile

Engineered Training Solutions provides a variety of CPD courses to engineers. Our range of one day events are perfect for those looking to improve their understanding of crucial civil and structural engineering areas.     

 

Training aim

The aim is to educate all participants on fire resistance in timber structures.

 

Learning objectives

This course will provide an overview of some of the key technical considerations those involved with timber structures should consider in relation to fire protection.

Several areas will be covered leaving delegates with a more rounded appreciation of fire resistance including the  design of key elements, and a preview of what the next generation of Eurocode 5 will look like. 

 

 

Course outline

Design of linear members

Design of timber frame assemblies

Design for separating function

News about the next generation of Eurocode 5  

 

Trainer's profile

Alar Just is a professor of structural engineering at Tallinn University of Technology and a researcher at RISE Research Institutes of Sweden. He completed his dissertation on fire resistance of timber frame assemblies in 2010. Dr Just was a core group member of COST Action FP1404 “Fire safe use of bio-based building products” and is a head of Estonian delegation in CEN TC 250 SC 5. He is member of TC250 - SC5.T4 project team, drafting the next generation of EN 1995-1-2.

 

Course duration

10:00 to 17:00

 

Assessment and Certification

Upon completion of the course delegates will receive a certificate of attendance.

 

Who should attend

This course will focus on structural fire design considerations for timber structures, and any fire or structural engineers looking to improve their understanding of this area should attend. 

 

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