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Seismic/Limit States Design per TMS 402/602-22
November 2, 2022 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm EDT
TMS 402/602-22 Night School – Session #3
This session of the TMS 402/602-22 Night School will review the changes to the provisions in Chapter 7 and Appendix C that effect the seismic design of masonry structures. This will include revisions to the requirements for special reinforced masonry shear walls, changes to the requirements based on the assigned Seismic Design Category, and changes made to the treatment of seismic displacements in the masonry code, including a new deformation compatibility provision. The potential impacts of these changes will also be reviewed.
- Review the changes made in TMS 402/602-22 that affect seismic design
- Understand the technical background for the revisions to the provisions for special reinforced masonry shear walls.
- Review the relationship between ASCE 7-22 seismic displacements and the TMS 402 provisions including the use of MCER displacements.
- Understand the new deformation compatibility provision and its application.
Credit: 1 PDH / 0.10 CEU / 1 LU
Webinar Recording & Certificates of Attendance
Registered attendees can view the webinar recording from the Streaming Info page here. You must be logged in to the user account that submitted the registration to access the streaming page. The continuing education form can also be found on that page.
About the Presenter
John Hochwalt, PE, SE, FTMS, is Director of Engineering for the Seattle Structural group of KPFF Consulting Engineers. He has practiced structural engineering for over thirty years, and is a frequent author and editor of publications about the engineering of masonry structures. His publications include the Reinforced Masonry Engineering Handbook for the Masonry Institute of America (co-author James Amrhein) and Strength Design of Masonry for The Masonry Society (co-author Richard M. Bennett.) John is also active in the development of the masonry building code, TMS 402/602, serving as chair of the subcommittee for Seismic and Limit Design, and as voting member of the main committee. He was also the recipient of the The Masonry Society’s Haller Award in 2021.