ARH 330 Structures Concrete, Masonry, & Tensile Systems
Knowledge of a range of structural systems is required for architects. You’ll learn about the specific load bearing properties of concrete, masonry, and tensile systems through real-world applications and scenarios.
Prerequisites: ARH 320
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Course Learning Outcomes
- Analyze the properties and nature of failure in concrete, masonry & tensile structural systems
- Calculate the structural capacity and failure points of concrete, masonry & tensile structural systems when forces are imposed upon them.
- Analyze basic principles of structural behavior in withstanding gravity and lateral forces and the evolution, range, and appropriate application of concrete, masonry & tensile structural systems.
- Identify fundamental structural principles present in relevant precedents