Design of roller doors webinar

Design of Roller Doors webinar

Design of roller doors and supporting structures to meet the requirements of AS 4055 and AS/NZS 4505

Design of Roller Doors webinar

The latest version of AS 4055 Wind Loads for Housing has placed more rigour around the adequacy of the supporting building frame to resist failure under wind loads. When considered with the requirements of AS/NZS 4505 Garage Doors and other large access doors, it is important for engineers and suppliers to carefully assess the design of both the door and supporting structure.  

This webinar consisting of on-demand pre-recorded presentations will provide guidance for engineers involved in the design of roller doors and their supporting structures that are subject to wind loads.

The webinar, which lasts for approximately 1.5 hours, will be available online via your ASI dashboard from Wednesday 15 February to Wednesday 15 March. 



Presenters

Dr David Henderson - Chief Research Engineer with the James Cook University Cyclone Testing Station

Simon Ingham - Senior Engineer with the James Cook University Cyclone Testing Station

Tim Messer - Professional Engineer and Director of Northern Consulting Engineers


What you can expect

  • All parts of the webinar are pre-recorded, on-demand videos.
  • The pre-recorded webinar will be available to view at your own pace over a 4 week period. 
  • You can post questions which will be forwarded to the presenters to answer in a later Q&A session which will also be available to view on-demand.
  • A personalised learning experience that maintains a structured self-paced learning approach.
  • A comprehensive set of PDF seminar notes for all participants.

For further information, contact:

John Gardner, ASI National Education Manager at: johng@steel.org.au

Member and non-member rates

Contact us for information about corporate packages for bookings of ten places or more

Members

What's included

  • All ASI members receive a discount

  • Certificate upon completion

  • Approximately 1 and a half hours of video content

  • Copies of all presentation notes

Non-members

What's included

  • Certificate upon completion

  • Approximately 1 and a half hours of video content

  • Copies of all presentation notes