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jike (Structural)
...For impact produced by some loading on a concrete floor, how far should you take it? Obviously you...
... supporting the slab". As for going to the "girder supporting the beam" and beyond, engineering judgement...
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cm61 (Civil/Environmental)
...I have a simple question, how many cubic yards are in a ton of Asphalt concrete paving ? ...
... bust in my calcs, though. Engineering is the practice of the art of science - Steve...
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sdz (Structural)
...sdz If the loads are much less than cracking moment (ie acceptable as a plain concrete member) i...
...I would say some engineering judgement is required. The minimum strength requirement is used...
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gfbotha (Mechanical)
..., friends, free and leisure time. Taking the "now", present and concrete, versus the "global", undefined...
... it. Just depends what kind of rat you are. Engineering is a a pretty good way to go if you don't like being...
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UDP10 (Mechanical)
... to identify where you need to concentrate your value engineering thougts. One important thing: copper...
..., concrete, penetrations, louver install, etc that needed coordination with the generals. Seems to have gone...
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AbbyNormal (Mechanical)
.... The windows are closed, the building is concrete. The subdivision, people hear it sitting in their back...
...I would suggest x-posting this to "Mechanical Acoustics/Vibration engineering"...
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Rob100 (Mechanical)
... (or for that matter concrete or other steel/iron?), whereas some might be problematic to these and many other...
...Try posting on the "steel and Stainless Engineering" forum. ...

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