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LO1 Explore deflection due to wind loadings, on fixed structures, and strategies to resist wind loading

Higher Nationals Diploma

ASSIGNMENT BRIEF-BTEC (RQF)

N5E30: Advanced Structural Design (R3)

For use with the Pearson Level 5 Higher National Diploma in Construction and the Built Environment

Assignment Soft Copy Email to “assignment_btec@tdpedu.org”

Learner Name:

 

VeriGuide 提交功課

Contact Number

 

學年

2021-2022

Assessor Name:

 

學期

1

Programme:

013N_Construction and The Built Environment (Civil Engineering)

Module Code:

N5E30

Module Name:

Advanced Structural Design

Issue date:

16/9/2021

First Submission Date

15/12/2021

Submission Deadline

15/3/2022

Submission on:

 

         

Lecturer and Student Communication Note:

Assignment Brief – BTEC (RQF)

Learner Name

 

BTEC Reg No.

 

Contact Number

 

Email Address

 

Programme:

HND in Construction and The Built Environment (Civil Engineering)

Unit Number and Title

N5E30 Advanced Structural Design

Academic Year

2021-2022

Semester

1

Unit Assessor

 

Assignment Title

Advanced Structural Design

Issue Date

16/9/2021

Submission Deadline

15/3/2022

IV Name

Wallace Chan

Submission Date

 

         

Submission Requirement

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Times New Roman

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12

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Single Line Spacing

Margin

2 Centimetres (Left-side of page only)

Printing

1-Sided

Number of Words (Approx.)

1) Around 3500-5000 words for whole assignment

2) At least 2 pages answer of each question

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In the recent EV visit, a lot of direct or partial copying from internet were found. For examples, students are copying of text or diagrams or concepts from other sources, internet or other students work. Calculate the wind loads on the main stage elements and discuss methods for resisting and managing wind loading; through analysis of the relationship between form and wind loading.

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INTERNAL VERIFICATION – ASSESSMENT DECISIONS

Programme title

Level 5 Higher National Diploma in

 

013N_ Construction and The Built Environment (Civil Engineering)

Assessor

Stephen Cheng

Internal Verifier

Wallace Chan

Unit(s)

N5E30 Advanced Structural Design

Assignment title

Advanced Structural Design

Learner Name

 

Grade awarded

Referral

Pass

Merit

Distinction

 

 

 

 

INTERNAL VERIFIER CHECKLIST

Do the assessment criteria awarded match those shown in the assignment brief

Y/N

 

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Y/N

 

Has the work been assessed accurately?

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  • Constructive?

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  • Identifying opportunities for improved performance in future assignments?

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Unit 30: Advanced Structural Design

Please note that this Example Assessment Brief is NOT an authorised assignment brief. It is provided as a reference only.

Centres must develop assignments and assessment materials that meet the needs of their students and align with their curriculum planning. This Example Assessment Brief may be used as a starting point for the development of an assignment; however, Centres are expected to modify and revise the Example Assessment Brief to meet the specific needs of their students and curriculum. Calculate the wind loads on the main stage elements and discuss methods for resisting and managing wind loading; through analysis of the relationship between form and wind loading. All assessment briefs must be Internally Verified.

Example Assessment Brief

Student Name/ ID Number

 

Unit Number and Title

30 Advanced Structural Design

Academic Year

 

Unit Tutor

 

Assignment Title

Ardent Music Festival

Issue Date

 

Submission Date

 

IV Name & Date

 

Submission Format

The submission is comprised of:

  • Structural Report (2000-2500 words) for:
  • The main stage
  • Tensile structures

The above should include research, calculations, drawings, details and specifications as required.

Unit Learning Outcomes

LO1 Explore deflection due to wind loadings, on fixed structures, and strategies to resist wind loading

LO2 Determine bending, shear and deflection for complex support conditions

LO3 Design complex columns and piled foundations based on calculation

LO4 Explore the design of tensile structures.

Unit 30: Advanced Structural Design

Assignment Brief and Guidance

You are working for a structural engineering and design firm that specialises in the design and installation of large-scale temporary structure for events. The firm has been commissioned to design a large outdoor stage for the Ardent Music Festival. The Ardent Music Festival takes place in Lincolnshire over a two-week period, with a range of different music genres represented during the festival.

The main stage is to be a combination of large, solid features (such as large LED panel screens and PA towers) and space frame construction. As the site of the Ardent Festival is a large, windswept, open field, the effect of wind loading on the main stage is a concern. As the festival runs for an extended period, the design of the stage (while temporary) must ensure extended safety and security against wind-loading, weathering, vibration, live and dead loading.

In addition to the main stage design, the festival organisers have asked your firm to design a series of small-scale tensile structures. This is to be a standard design that can be used for a range of different purposes; such as to house food and drink concessions, merchandise sales, first aid facilities, etc.).

As a structural design technician, you are responsible for the initial design and detailing of the main stage and the design of the tensile structure. The lead structural engineer has requested that you prepare a structural report for the main stage and tensile structure. The report should:

  • Calculate the wind loads on the main stage elements and discuss methods for resisting and managing wind loading; through analysis of the relationship between form and wind loading. Calculate the size and type of lateral stiffening that will be required for the main stage elements.
  • Calculate bending and shear in the different structural elements of the main stage and determine the deflection. Evaluate structural connections and discuss the relationship between bending, shear and deflection. To advise the design team, critically evaluate different materials and their effectiveness in dealing with bending, shear and deflection.
  • Calculate the axial load capacity of the vertical column elements of the stage, particularly where eccentric loading may be present. Calculate the axial load capacity of the reinforced concrete foundations that will be required to support the stage in the field, and prepare the design information (drawings, details, etc) for the foundations and columns; discussing the benefit of using BIM in the design process. Assess the most effective foundation types, in relation to speed of construction, cost, safety and environment.
  • Discuss the differences between different types of tensile structures that may be used in the festival. To justify the choice of type and design of the tensile structure solution you will need to undertake calculations and compare the different solutions and provide drawings, details and specifications.

Instructions and guidance to candidates

Note: All information sources and resources, including websites used to complete this assignment must be stated and correctly referenced in the document and/or presentation. No credit will be given for wholesale copying from information sources and checks for plagiarism may be made on your submitted work.

*Please access HN Global for additional resources support and reading for this unit. For further guidance and support on report writing please refer to the Study Skills Unit on HN Global www.highernationals.com

Learning Outcomes and Assessment Criteria

Pass

Merit

Distinction

LO1 Explore deflection due to wind loadings, on fixed structures, and strategies to resist wind loading

 

 

D1 Calculate and size the type of lateral stiffening required to resist wind loading for a given structure

P1 Calculate wind loads on fixed structures

P2 Discuss methods to resist or manage wind loading

M1 Analyse the relationship between building form and wind loading

LO2 Determine bending, shear and deflection for complex support conditions

 

 

D2 Critically evaluate different materials and their structural efficiency in managing bending, shear and deflection

P3 Calculate bending and shear in complex support conditions

P4 Determine deflection in complex support conditions

P5 Evaluate structural connections in relation to complex support conditions

M2 Discuss the relationship between bending, shear and deflection

LO3 Design complex columns and piled foundations based on calculation

 

 

D3 Assess the most effective foundation type for a given scenario in terms of ease and speed of construction, economics, safety and environmental factors

P6 Calculate the axial load carrying capacity of complex columns, with eccentric loading

P7 Calculate the axial load carrying capacity of reinforced concrete piled foundations

P8 Prepare design information for a structure utilising piled foundations and steel columns

M3 Discuss the benefits of using Building Information Modelling in the design workflow

 

Pass

Merit

Distinction

LO4 Explore the design of tensile structures

 

D4 Using calculations as well as other research, justify the choice of a tensile structure solution for a given scenario

P9 Discuss the differences between types of tensile structures

P10 Design a simple tensile structure for a given scenario

M4 Compare tensile structural solutions to a given scenario

Unit 30: Advanced Structural Design

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