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Hello. I'm getting ready to try an

Hello. I'm getting ready to try an

Hello. I'm getting ready to try an

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Hello. I'm getting ready to try and design my first post-tension slab. It's for a 2-story house with sub-par soil conditions. From what I've understood so far there are 3 ways to design it. I want to use the "Striaght" method (opposed to "Rigorous" or "Load Balancing") because it's simpler and I don't think the cost difference for this small of a project will make much of a difference.

I'm looking for...

A) Good design reference material. (Besides the ACI)

B) any advice of things to not overlook, or common mistakes that could be made.

C) Any recommendations on inexpensive design software.

D) Any comments in general or questions you may have for me to help me determine if I'm ready to take on this task or not.

Thanks everyone in advance

RE: Hello. I'm getting ready to try an

the most widely used general-purpose structural analysis and design software in civil engineering. In fact, these are the software that help you to fulfill your various designing goals.

We have gone through the number of software and selected some of the best among them that will help you fulfill your structure design goals.

Autodesk AutoCAD
STAAD Pro
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Autodesk Revit
SAP2000
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Company: The Civil Engineering

RE: Hello. I'm getting ready to try an

My first one was using two cycle moment distribution... things have changed.

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