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Really good information for Structural Engineers available at the foll
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Really good information for Structural Engineers available at the foll

Really good information for Structural Engineers available at the foll

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Really good information for Structural Engineers available at the following website

http://www.xcalcs.com

Check it out!!!

Regards

Mike

RE: Really good information for Structural Engineers available at the foll

yes I checked and seems to be ok . But I have not really used

RE: Really good information for Structural Engineers available at the foll

It doesn't seem to work

RE: Really good information for Structural Engineers available at the foll

At a glance it looks like an on-line calc sheet for Roark's Formulas for stress and strain.

RE: Really good information for Structural Engineers available at the foll

You are right. However you won't find in the Roark:
-dimensional tables for standard I & C beams
-full material tables from ASME II Part D together with their physical properties
-a form for calculating static properties of a section defined by the user as a pixel map
-some pressure vessel calculations according to ASME and API codes
-and more to come...

P.S. for JC: the site doesn't work with Netscape

prex
motori@xcalcs.com
Xcalcs
Structural calculation software for direct usage on-line from your browser's window

RE: Really good information for Structural Engineers available at the foll

help me a lot!

RE: Really good information for Structural Engineers available at the foll

Hi
I am looking for a text book that shows how to analys and design a Box Culvert bridge. If you know any specific software for doing this, please let me know.
Thanks
Allen Hejazi, P.Eng.

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