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Structural engineering general discussion FAQ

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 by Aaron K. Massaquoi
Posted: 17 Dec 19

I'm a young civil engineer designing a cantilever stairs, the dimension of the leaning is 7'x6.5'x8" with 9 stairs cases which have the 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 the beam will be crank in the tie beam of the foundation?

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