Welded Wire Reinforcement (WWR), with its higher yield strength and other material characteristics, has design requirements that are different from reinforcing steel. This course covers design basics for the design professional that wants to learn how to design structures using WWR. There can be significant savings on projects through the proper use of WWR. These savings come in material and labor costs. Material costs savings come from less material is needed, and labor savings is due to less manpower and faster installation. So this course includes the following topics:
- Stress-strain relationship in WWR
- Wire sizing and spacing
- Sheet sizing, nomenclature, and bending capabilities
- Code requirements
- Design Examples
A broadband connection is required (cable or DSL is minimum).
Upon successful completion of the course you will receive from Purdue University credit for 8 professional development hours (PDH) or 0.8 continuing educations units (CEU). Successful completion is based on:
- Successful completion of the quiz. A passing grade of 70 is required.
- Through the use of on-line data, attendance and time spent on each topic.
- You have a two month time limit to complete the course once you receive the login and password.
Access to the course is through a login and password which can be obtained by clicking on the above registration link.
The course fee is $200