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Lan123 (Civil/Environmental)
... piping. It is supported on feet and mounted on a concrete foundation or directly onto a pipe bend. So...
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60frank (Civil/Environmental)
...Does anyone have a Dowel Bar Retrofit detail for concrete pavement or know where I can find one...
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PagoMitch (Mechanical)
.... The concrete structure that supports the piping will not accommodate piping any larger. I've talked to some...
... of the engineering staff at hospital facilities in Honolulu, and they get by with 2" of insulation; it's just a lot...
gorddrog (Marine/Ocean)
..., 141pds dry ,the water is 30ft deep and the anchor is a 3000pd block of concrete that sits basically...
.... But then it couldn't take any lateral load in that position, so why use the chain? Mike McCann MMC Engineering...

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