Engineering Principles for Rigging & Load Handling (RE-110)

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Engineering Principles for Rigging & Load Handling
Online & On-Demand | 40 hours

Course Overview

This Course may be taken by students wishing to complete the entire Program, or as a standalone course.  This course is available online & on-demand for 1 year.  Please review our Online Course Access Policy.

This course has been audited and approved by ASME for Continuing Education Units through IACET and has been accredited by LEEA.

Course Length (40 hours)

This Course follows the following weekly framework:

  • Reading Assignments
  • Instructor Lecture Videos
  • Knowledge Checks
  • Final Exam

The student should expect to spend between 7 to 10 hours per week on the Course Curriculum.

Course Material

Students will receive the following course material:

  • Rigging Engineering Basics by J. Keith Anderson *
  • Statics & Strengths of Materials by H.W. Morrow & Robert P. Kokernack
  • Engineering Equations Reference Card

*  Only students who have not previously received the book, Rigging Engineering Basics by Keith Anderson, will receive a copy.

Shipping is charged for these materials, but will be reimbursed to shipments made in the United States and Canada.

Course Outline

Module 1: Statics and Dynamics

  • Module Introduction & Major Considerations
  • Vectors & Forces
  • Moments
  • Structures
  • Friction
  • Center of Gravity

 Module 2: Basic Structural Analysis & Design

  • Module Introduction & Major Considerations
  • Stress & Strain
  • Stress & Strain Supplement:  Shear Stress & Shear Strain
  • Beam Shear & Bending
  • Beam Shear and Bending: Centroid & Moment of Inertia
  • Connections
  • Columns

Module 3: Introduction to Dynamics

  • Module Introduction & Major Considerations
  • Rectilinear Kinematics
  • Force & Acceleration
  • Work & Energy

Module 4: Hydraulics & Powered Lifting

  • Fundamentals Principles of Hydraulics
  • Definitions & Components of Hydraulics
  • Diagrams & Symbols of Hydraulics

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