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hemanthpds (Civil/Environmental)
...In concrete construction, we'll use a T-beam whenever there is an integral slab for us to exploit...
... the effectiveness of the tension reinforcement. I like to debate structural engineering theory -- a lot. If I...
Engineering Codes, Standards & Certifications Area - AISC (steel construction) Code Issues Forum
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...Mike... I usually use a rectangular stress block like I do for reinforced concrete... Dik...
dherna45 (Structural)
... design guide #11 has some good information. I like to debate structural engineering theory -- a lot...
... is that the concentrated load case controls for grating style stairs and don't ignore it. For concrete, I'm sure it's not a...
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... footing and the vertical face of the end of the grade beam. If you have a concrete slab, I would...
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win (Civil/Environmental)
..." is not an engineering term. What type of "chamber" are you talking about? Are you talking about restrained piping...
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