Implementation of ASCE 7-22 Nonstructural Seismic Requirements for Today's Complex Buildings
by Andy Coughlin, P.E., S.E.
October 19, 2023 December 12, 2023; 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM Pacific Time
ICC Preferred Provider Course Number: 31673
With the publication of ASCE 7-22 and its future adoption by IBC and state building codes, nonstructural seismic standard implementation is undergoing a dramatic change. Though the Chapter 13 requirements of the standard remain largely intact, the methodology to calculate nonstructural seismic force and displacement is much more dependent on information about the seismic behavior of the building in which they are housed. This leaves many unanswered questions for engineers who are newly familiarizing themselves with ASCE 7-22.
This webinar seeks to answer many of those questions. It reviews the current nonstructural seismic standards in ASCE 7-16 and IBC 2021 and discusses proposed implementation methods for the changes in ASCE 7-22 and future IBC editions. The presentation will be useful to engineers and suppliers of components, supports, and attachments implementing and reviewing non-structural seismic designs.
Andy Coughlin lives in Bend, Oregon and is the founder and Principal Engineer of Pre Compliance (https://go-pre.com/), an engineering company focused on manufactured products that are required to perform under high seismic and wind loads. Andy has consulted to some of the largest equipment manufacturers in the world and has overseen hundreds of live seismic tests. He has provided project-focused consulting to prominent nuclear, military, embassy, and commercial facilities worldwide. Andy is a licensed professional and structural engineer in a dozen states and graduated from Cal Poly San Luis Obispo with a bachelor’s degree and from Penn State University with a master’s degree, both in civil engineering. He serves on multiple ASCE committees including the Seismic Subcommittee of ASCE 7 and is Vice Chair of Task Committee 8 on Seismic Design Requirements for Nonstructural Components.
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