BEGIN:VCALENDAR VERSION:2.0 PRODID:-//The Masonry Society - ECPv5.3.1.1//NONSGML v1.0//EN CALSCALE:GREGORIAN METHOD:PUBLISH X-WR-CALNAME:The Masonry Society X-ORIGINAL-URL:https://masonrysociety.org X-WR-CALDESC:Events for The Masonry Society BEGIN:VTIMEZONE TZID:America/New_York BEGIN:DAYLIGHT TZOFFSETFROM:-0500 TZOFFSETTO:-0400 TZNAME:EDT DTSTART:20210314T070000 END:DAYLIGHT BEGIN:STANDARD TZOFFSETFROM:-0400 TZOFFSETTO:-0500 TZNAME:EST DTSTART:20211107T060000 END:STANDARD TZID:America/Denver BEGIN:DAYLIGHT TZOFFSETFROM:-0700 TZOFFSETTO:-0600 TZNAME:MDT DTSTART:20210314T090000 END:DAYLIGHT BEGIN:STANDARD TZOFFSETFROM:-0600 TZOFFSETTO:-0700 TZNAME:MST DTSTART:20211107T080000 END:STANDARD END:VTIMEZONE BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/New_York:20210203T190000 DTEND;TZID=America/New_York:20210203T200000 DTSTAMP:20210121T014013 CREATED:20201111T222255Z LAST-MODIFIED:20210111T154045Z UID:39886-1612378800-1612382400@masonrysociety.org SUMMARY:Introduction to Strength Design of Masonry and Design Methodologies DESCRIPTION:This introductory session of Masonry Night School: Strength Design of Masonry will review basic strength design concepts for masonry\, noting key differences with procedures for concrete. Masonry assemblies and systems will be briefly reviewed noting their purposes and resistance to primary loads. Individual masonry elements of masonry buildings including walls\, beams\, columns\, and pilasters will then be introduced\, related to their roles in the overall structural system to orient attendees for further sessions where the design of these elements will be discussed. \nContinuing Education: 1 AIA LU / 1 PDH / 0.10 CEU \n\nLearning Objectives: \n\nIntroduce strength design concepts for masonry\nClassify different types of masonry systems\nReview the role of various masonry elements\nIdentify common loadings on typical masonry building systems and elements\n\n\nRegister\n\nIf you have already registered\, use this link to access the webinar. You must be logged in to access the page.\n\nAbout the Presenter\nJohn M. Hochwalt\, P.E.\, S.E.\, Director of Engineering\, KPFF Consulting Engineers-Seattle Structural Group\, is Director of Engineering for the Seattle structural group of KPFF Consulting Engineers. In that capacity\, he provides technical leadership for over one hundred structural engineers. Prior to joining KPFF in 1998\, he worked with RTKL in Baltimore and Barber & Hoffman in Cleveland. In addition to providing engineering services for the design of new buildings and retrofit of existing buildings\, he has taught structural design of masonry the National Council of Structural Engineers Associations\, the Structural Engineers Association of Washington\, the Northwest Concrete Masonry Association\, The Masonry Society\, and the University of Washington. He is the current editor of the Reinforced Masonry Engineering Handbook\, originally authored by James Amrhein\, and he recently served as co-author on the new Strength Design Guide of Masonry. Within The Masonry Society he has served in a variety of capacities including Chair of the subcommittee for Seismic and Limit Design for TMS 402\, voting member of the TMS 402 Main committee\, and corresponding member of the Design Practices Committee.  He was recently elected to serve on TMS’s Director of Directors and received a 2020 TMS Service Award. URL:https://masonrysociety.org/event/introduction-to-strength-design-of-masonry-and-design-methodologies/ CATEGORIES:Night School,Webinars END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/New_York:20210210T190000 DTEND;TZID=America/New_York:20210210T200000 DTSTAMP:20210121T014013 CREATED:20201111T222255Z LAST-MODIFIED:20210111T154049Z UID:39889-1612983600-1612987200@masonrysociety.org SUMMARY:Strength Design of Beams DESCRIPTION:This session of Masonry Night School: Strength Design of Masonry will review the design of masonry beams and lintels\, including an examination of whether arching action can be used to reduce the loads on these elements. Deflection calculations will be reviewed\, along with detailing requirements to meet code minimum and maximum reinforcement percentages. Deep beam requirements will also be covered. \nContinuing Education: 1 AIA LU / 1 PDH / 0.10 CEU \n\nLearning Objectives: \n\nIntroduce the design masonry beams and lintels for bending moment and shear\nDescribe deflection calculations for beams and lintels\nReview maximum and minimum reinforcing provisions\nExamine arching and discuss when it can be used\n\n\nRegister\n\nIf you have already registered\, use this link to access the webinar. You must be logged in to access the page.\n\nAbout the Presenter\n \nRichard M. Bennett\, Ph.D.\, P.E.\, FTMS\, Professor at the University of Tennessee\, is a Professor at the University of Tennessee. He served as the Chair of the 2016 TMS 402/602 Committee and he currently serves as the 2nd Vice Chair of the 2022 Committee. He has taught extensively and presented on many topics for The Masonry Society and other groups\, sharing insights and findings from his research and trial designs. For his tremendous efforts in leading the Committee\, he received TMS’s President’s Award and was made a Fellow of the Society. \nDr. Bennett recently co-authored Strength Design of Masonry for The Masonry Society and has served as a co-author on the popular Masonry Designer’s Guide\, TMS Responds\, and other publications. His writing and work have been awarded with TMS Journal Paper Awards and an 11th North American Masonry Conference Outstanding Paper Award. URL:https://masonrysociety.org/event/strength-design-of-beams/ CATEGORIES:Night School,Webinars END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/New_York:20210217T190000 DTEND;TZID=America/New_York:20210217T200000 DTSTAMP:20210121T014013 CREATED:20201111T222255Z LAST-MODIFIED:20210111T154053Z UID:39891-1613588400-1613592000@masonrysociety.org SUMMARY:Strength Design of Walls for Axial Load and Out-Of-Plane Loads DESCRIPTION:During this session of Masonry Night School: Strength Design of Masonry\, design of masonry walls loaded with out-of-plane loads and axial loads will be reviewed. Methods to consider secondary bending moments will be examined\, including using P-delta provisions\, and key points on interaction diagrams will be reviewed. Differences in the strength design provisions and allowable stress design will be briefly discussed. \nContinuing Education: 1 AIA LU / 1 PDH / 0.10 CEU \n\nLearning Objectives: \n\nReview the design of walls loaded with out-of-plane with axial loads\nIdentify methods to consider secondary bending moment\nReview P-delta provisions for secondary bending moment\nDescribe basic differences between allowable stress design and strength design for such walls\n\n\nRegister\n\nIf you have already registered\, use this link to access the webinar. You must be logged in to access the page.\n\nAbout the Presenter\n \nRichard M. Bennett\, Ph.D.\, P.E.\, FTMS\, Professor at the University of Tennessee\, is a Professor at the University of Tennessee. He served as the Chair of the 2016 TMS 402/602 Committee and he currently serves as the 2nd Vice Chair of the 2022 Committee. He has taught extensively and presented on many topics for The Masonry Society and other groups\, sharing insights and findings from his research and trial designs. For his tremendous efforts in leading the Committee\, he received TMS’s President’s Award and was made a Fellow of the Society. \nDr. Bennett recently co-authored Strength Design of Masonry for The Masonry Society and has served as a co-author on the popular Masonry Designer’s Guide\, TMS Responds\, and other publications. His writing and work have been awarded with TMS Journal Paper Awards and an 11th North American Masonry Conference Outstanding Paper Award. URL:https://masonrysociety.org/event/strength-design-of-walls-for-axial-load-and-out-of-plane-loads/ CATEGORIES:Night School,Webinars END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/New_York:20210224T190000 DTEND;TZID=America/New_York:20210224T200000 DTSTAMP:20210121T014013 CREATED:20201111T222255Z LAST-MODIFIED:20210111T154059Z UID:39893-1614193200-1614196800@masonrysociety.org SUMMARY:Strength Design of Walls for In-Plane Loads & Seismic Detailing DESCRIPTION:Shear walls are critical building elements to resist in-plane loads and are\, for masonry\, the seismic-force-resisting system. This session of Masonry Night School: Strength Design of Masonry will review strength design of shear walls\, along with both seismic detailing requirements and minimum/maximum detailing requirements for such walls. \nContinuing Education: 1 AIA LU / 1 PDH / 0.10 CEU \n\nLearning Objectives: \n\nIntroduce masonry shear walls and applied loads on these critical elements\nDiscuss seismic detailing requirements for masonry shear walls\nReview the strength design provisions for masonry shear walls for combined axial load and bending and for shear\nOverview maximum and minimum reinforcement limits and detailing of shear walls\n\n\nRegister\n\nIf you have already registered\, use this link to access the webinar. You must be logged in to access the page.\n\nAbout the Presenter\nJohn M. Hochwalt\, P.E.\, S.E.\, Director of Engineering\, KPFF Consulting Engineers-Seattle Structural Group\, is Director of Engineering for the Seattle structural group of KPFF Consulting Engineers. In that capacity\, he provides technical leadership for over one hundred structural engineers. Prior to joining KPFF in 1998\, he worked with RTKL in Baltimore and Barber & Hoffman in Cleveland. In addition to providing engineering services for the design of new buildings and retrofit of existing buildings\, he has taught structural design of masonry the National Council of Structural Engineers Associations\, the Structural Engineers Association of Washington\, the Northwest Concrete Masonry Association\, The Masonry Society\, and the University of Washington. He is the current editor of the Reinforced Masonry Engineering Handbook\, originally authored by James Amrhein\, and he recently served as co-author on the new Strength Design Guide of Masonry. Within The Masonry Society he has served in a variety of capacities including Chair of the subcommittee for Seismic and Limit Design for TMS 402\, voting member of the TMS 402 Main committee\, and corresponding member of the Design Practices Committee.  He was recently elected to serve on TMS’s Director of Directors and received a 2020 TMS Service Award. URL:https://masonrysociety.org/event/wall-design-for-in-plane-loads-seismic-detailing/ CATEGORIES:Night School,Webinars END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/New_York:20210303T190000 DTEND;TZID=America/New_York:20210303T200000 DTSTAMP:20210121T014013 CREATED:20201111T222254Z LAST-MODIFIED:20210111T154102Z UID:39895-1614798000-1614801600@masonrysociety.org SUMMARY:Strength Design of Columns and Pilasters & System Behavior DESCRIPTION:Masonry columns and pilasters are often used in masonry buildings to carry large\, concentrated loads\, and\, for pilasters\, to support walls subjected to out-of-plane loads. Required detailing of these elements will be reviewed and strength design provisions will be introduced for these elements. This session of Masonry Night School: Strength Design of Masonry will also look several sample masonry buildings to discuss system behavior and overall design methodology for masonry structures. \nContinuing Education: 1 AIA LU / 1 PDH / 0.10 CEU \n\nLearning Objectives: \n\nIntroduce masonry column and pilaster elements\nDiscuss required detailing of columns and pilasters\nReview the design of masonry columns\nReview the design masonry pilasters\nDiscuss behavior of masonry building systems\nIntroduce an overall design methodology for masonry structures\n\n\nRegister\n\nIf you have already registered\, use this link to access the webinar. You must be logged in to access the page.\n\nAbout the Presenter\nJohn M. Hochwalt\, P.E.\, S.E.\, Director of Engineering\, KPFF Consulting Engineers-Seattle Structural Group\, is Director of Engineering for the Seattle structural group of KPFF Consulting Engineers. In that capacity\, he provides technical leadership for over one hundred structural engineers. Prior to joining KPFF in 1998\, he worked with RTKL in Baltimore and Barber & Hoffman in Cleveland. In addition to providing engineering services for the design of new buildings and retrofit of existing buildings\, he has taught structural design of masonry the National Council of Structural Engineers Associations\, the Structural Engineers Association of Washington\, the Northwest Concrete Masonry Association\, The Masonry Society\, and the University of Washington. He is the current editor of the Reinforced Masonry Engineering Handbook\, originally authored by James Amrhein\, and he recently served as co-author on the new Strength Design Guide of Masonry. Within The Masonry Society he has served in a variety of capacities including Chair of the subcommittee for Seismic and Limit Design for TMS 402\, voting member of the TMS 402 Main committee\, and corresponding member of the Design Practices Committee.  He was recently elected to serve on TMS’s Director of Directors and received a 2020 TMS Service Award. URL:https://masonrysociety.org/event/strength-design-of-columns-and-pilasters-system-behavior/ CATEGORIES:Night School,Webinars END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/New_York:20210310T190000 DTEND;TZID=America/New_York:20210310T200000 DTSTAMP:20210121T014013 CREATED:20201111T222254Z LAST-MODIFIED:20210111T154106Z UID:39897-1615402800-1615406400@masonrysociety.org SUMMARY:Strength Design Requirements for Reinforcement & Connectors DESCRIPTION:Reinforcement and connectors are essential to ensure a proper load path in masonry buildings. This session of Masonry Night School: Strength Design of Masonry will review basic detailing requirements for reinforcement and connectors\, and specific requirements for strength design of masonry. Lap length requirements for reinforcement\, and design of anchor bolts will be reviewed. \nContinuing Education: 1 AIA LU / 1 PDH / 0.10 CEU \n\nLearning Objectives: \n\nDiscuss basic detailing requirements for reinforcement and connectors\nReview specific strength design requirements for reinforcement and connectors\nOverview development and lap splice requirements for reinforcement\nReview strength design of anchor bolts\n\n\nRegister\n\nIf you have already registered\, use this link to access the webinar. You must be logged in to access the page.\n\nAbout the Presenter\n \nRichard M. Bennett\, Ph.D.\, P.E.\, FTMS\, Professor at the University of Tennessee\, is a Professor at the University of Tennessee. He served as the Chair of the 2016 TMS 402/602 Committee and he currently serves as the 2nd Vice Chair of the 2022 Committee. He has taught extensively and presented on many topics for The Masonry Society and other groups\, sharing insights and findings from his research and trial designs. For his tremendous efforts in leading the Committee\, he received TMS’s President’s Award and was made a Fellow of the Society. \nDr. Bennett recently co-authored Strength Design of Masonry for The Masonry Society and has served as a co-author on the popular Masonry Designer’s Guide\, TMS Responds\, and other publications. His writing and work have been awarded with TMS Journal Paper Awards and an 11th North American Masonry Conference Outstanding Paper Award. URL:https://masonrysociety.org/event/strength-design-of-reinforcement-connectors/ CATEGORIES:Night School,Webinars END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20210419 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20210425 DTSTAMP:20210121T014013 CREATED:20210114T183516Z LAST-MODIFIED:20210114T213430Z UID:40986-1618790400-1619308799@masonrysociety.org SUMMARY:2021 Spring Meeting DESCRIPTION:The 2021 Spring Meeting of The Masonry Society will be held April 19 – 24\, 2021 \n\n\nAre We Virtual? \nThe primary concern for TMS is the health and safety of its membership and the public. COVID has presented unique challenges for all of us and TMS and its leadership continues to closely monitor this dynamic and continuously evolving situation. Please check back here often for the latest information before making travel arrangements to attend the TMS Spring Meeting in Dallas. URL:https://masonrysociety.org/event/2021-spring-meeting/ CATEGORIES:Spring Meeting,TMS Meetings END:VEVENT END:VCALENDAR