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How Structural Engineers Can Resolve Stability Modeling Issues

Before the design of a structure can be completed, it's imperative to ensure there are no instabilities present. These stability issues can either be the result of the structural configuration chosen or modeling errors. Basic first order linear analysis can occasionally be forgiving of such instabilities, however, you'll begin to run into these issues with any form of higher order analysis.

In this webinar, we'll examine a few of the most common stability modeling errors, review code mandates that ensure stable structures and demonstrate methods to quickly identify and resolve stability issues.

Watch now to learn more about:

  • Fundamental modeling principles that ensure stable structures
  • Accounting for differences between a theoretical model and a real structure
  • Troubleshooting techniques for unstable models

Speakers include: 


Trevor Bruce, PE