ICRI-Metro New York Presents:
Structural Assessment Using Performance
Presented By: Dr. Alan Peter Jeary
Wednesday, November 6th | 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
101 Park Ave, New York, NY 10178
$55.00 ICRI-MNY Chapter Members | $75.00 Non-Members
1 AIA Learning Unit will be Awarded
This seminar will discuss the basic outline of the dynamic movement of built structures, the application of system theory to these structures, and the assessment of the health of a structure using dynamic movement. Such measurements contain very useful information, including the identification of areas of lower strength within a structure. This seminar will also discuss the use of baseline movement measurements as a reference with which to compare movement response after an event, such as an earthquake, or to compare with the requirements of relevant codes of practice.
About the Speaker
Dr. Alan Jeary has over 35 years of experience in the management and performance of investigation services, structural engineering services and wind engineering for a broad range of critical infrastructure projects throughout the world. His many professional highlights include the Telford Gold Medal from the Institution of Civil Engineers, United Kingdom in 1981. Dr. Jeary holds two doctorates and has published over 200 papers on the instrumentation of structures to study their dynamic characteristics. Dr. Jeary helped establish the Australia, Hong Kong and new Euro-codes for wind and he has served on numerous engineering committees. Dr. Jeary has taught at several universities as well as consulted for the largest structural engineering firms in the world. He holds numerous professional registrations and was made an officer of the order of Australia in the Queen's Birthday honours 2015, for services to engineering.