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Calculator For Engineers

I was searching for a website which can do small quick calculations for example calculate moment of inertia, section modulus, plastic section modulus etc. and found following website. Hope this will be very helpful. http://civilengineer.webinfolist.com/str/micalc.htm   Advertisements

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Zero Compression Element

When we want to model tension cable rods or any member with zero compressionĀ  and want to use finite element model for this purpose then follow the procedure below. This procedure is written considering CSI products (SAP or ETABS) but

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Where is the Base?

ASCE 7-05 defined the base for seismic design as: “The level at which the horizontal seismic ground motions are considered to be imparted to the structure”. Most of the times this isĀ misinterpretedĀ or misunderstood that where the base is considered when

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Biggest Bridge Slide Ever!!!

Watch the video and admire the engineering: Here is the brief description of project: On April 10, 2014, the slide of the Milton-Madison Bridge was completed. At nearly a half-mile long, this is the longest bridge slide of its type

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Modeling water pressure in SAP2000 – Tuotorial

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