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Structural engineering general discussion FAQ Index

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I'm a youn run of 1' and rise of 8". It is advisable to used three cantilever beam with a dimension of 8"x8"x8' in which 1'-6" of  faq507-2085 Aaron K. Massaquoi 17 Dec 19 1.0 / 1
 

Acceptance of Concrete

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How to Evaluate Concrete Tests per ACI 318   faq507-1575 JAE 24 Aug 09 8.5 / 15
 

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CHECKLISTS FOR THE QUALITY ASSURANCE OF CALCULATIONS, DESIGN AND DRAWING PRODUCTION   faq507-229 Rich2001 27 Mar 02 6.4 / 68
What are the properties and allowable stresses of vintage structural steel sections?   faq507-25 Qshake 24 Oct 02 6.1 / 37
 

Graduate manual design tips

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concept/preliminary design  faq507-1570 rowingengineer 13 Mar 10 8.3 / 11
feeling down?  faq507-1569 rowingengineer 13 Mar 10 8.4 / 5
Rules of thumb  faq507-1574 rowingengineer 13 Mar 10 6.7 / 36
what do i need to know about concrete  faq507-1572 rowingengineer 13 Mar 10 5.1 / 10
where do you fit in  faq507-1568 rowingengineer 13 Mar 10 9.1 / 8
where to look?  faq507-1571 rowingengineer 13 Mar 10 6.2 / 6
 

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Is technical information on GRANCO Cofar Steel Floor & Roof products available?  faq507-1137 SlideRuleEra 29 Jul 05 9.6 / 5
 


 

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