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Our seismic review course start this Saturday and then move to Tuesday evenings after. www.passpe.com for more information. Late registration accepted. Discounts for multiple course enrollment. Click the image to go to the registration page. Brief Description of Seismic Review course: This Seismic review course will prepare the participants for the special seismic exam for California Civil PE. The course will explain the seismic design of buildings and structures as required by the California Building Code 2016-Part 2, Vol. 2 which is based on 2015 IBC and ASCE 7-10, and SDPWS 2015. Building codes (IBC2015, 2016 CBC), and organizations Reference Codes ( ASCE 7, ACI 318, AISC 360, SDPWS 2015) Seismic legislation and the Professional Engineers Act Loads, load combinations, design philosophies (ASD, SD/LRFD), structural analysis and stresses (flexure/bending, shear, torsion, bearing) Nature, characteristics, and classification of earthquakes Design for lateral forces (wind vs. seismic) Vibration theory, response of structures to vibration, stiffness, and rigidity Seismic data and seismic design criteria Seismic forces (V, E, Eh, Ev, Fp) Seismic analysis procedures IBC 2015/ 2016 CBC, and ASCE 7-10 Codes seismic requirements for building structures IBC 2015/ 2016 CBC, and ASCE 7-10 Codes seismic requirements for non-structural components IBC 2015/ 2016 CBC, and ASCE 7-10 Codes seismic requirements for non-building structures Diaphragm theory Horizontal diaphragms and shear walls Seismic requirements for foundations and retaining walls Details of seismic requirements for concrete, wood, steel, and masonry structures Tilt-up construction Damage and retrofit of existing structures Seismic detailing, inspection, structural tests, and quality control