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Moderne best Simple pop wall niche ceiling with interior designs and patterns for drawing room. Juste for living room and hall latest tv stand gypsum board wooden.

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Concrete stair reinforcement detail

Stairs provide access to the various floors of the building. The stair consists of series of steps with landings at appropriate intervals. The stretch between the two landings is called flight. The Space, where stairs are provided is called staircase. To make it ease in understanding, I am calculating the quantities of a staircase by dividing into components. Components of Staircase:- Waist slab: Waist slab refers to a slab of the stair that is inclining from the floor slab to the landing slab. Flight: The series of steps between floor and landing. Landing: The level of floor between flights. Step: The step consists of Riser and tread. Tread: The tread is the flat part that you step on. Riser: The riser is the vertical (up and down) part between each tread in the stairway.

Pile cap design columns

sheet excel for two, three and four Pile cap design columns

Design of biaxial isolated rcc footing in spreadsheet

Spreadsheet of design of biaxial isolated RCC footing.
• COLUMN Length
• FOOTING Foot length
• MATERIALS OF CONSTRUCTION
• CHECK FOR GROSS BEARING PRESSURE

Structural Steel Moment Connection pdf

Moment connections are designed to transfer bending moments, shear forces and sometimes normal forces. The design strength and stiffness of a moment connection are defined in relation to the strength and stiffness of the connected members. The design strength of a moment connection may be full- strength (i.e. the moment capacity of the connection is equal to or large than the capacity of the connected member) or partial-strength (i.e. the moment capacity of the connection is less than that of the connected member). Similarly the stiffness of a moment connection can be rigid or semi-rigid compared to the stiffness of the connected member.

The rotation capacity of the structure may be provided by either the connection or the connected member.

Design of isolated rectangular footing excel spreadsheet

rectangular isolated footing design example excel spreadsheet

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Spreadsheet of Steel-Reinforced Bearing - Elastomeric pads and steel reinforced elastomeric bearings

PILE GROUP ANALYSIS PROGRAME - excel

"PILEGRP" is a spreadsheet program written in MS-Excel for the purpose of analysis of pile groups with rigid caps using the "elastic method". Specifically, the properties of the pile group are calculated, and then based upon the applied vertical and horizontal loadings, the vertical and horizontal pile reactions are calculated. There is also a worksheet to check beam and punching shear in the pile cap for a single corner pile, for the purpose of estimating the required pile cap thickness and subsequent pile cap weight.

compression members pdf

Compression members are structural elements primarily subjected to axial compressive forces and hence, their design is guided by considerations of strength and buckling. While pedestal, column and wall carry the loads along its length l in vertical direction, the strut in truss carries loads in any direction. The letters l, b and D represent the unsupported vertical length, horizontal lest lateral dimension, width and the horizontal longer lateral dimension, depth. These compression members may be made of bricks or reinforced concrete. Herein, reinforced concrete compression members are only discussed.

ppt - Reinforcement Detailing of RCC Members

presentation of Reinforcement Detailing of RCC Members.

Reinforcement Checks

Reinforcement Cover:
It is essential that the steel reinforcement bars are surrounded sufficient impermeableconcrete to protect them from corrosion, and to allow the combined strength of the reinforcement and concrete to be effective.

Pre-Concrete Checks for Reinforcement:
The pre-concrete check for reinforcement essentially comes in two parts. The first part is a visual inspection by the clerk of works or equivalent.

Objectives and Methods of Analysis and Design pdf : concrete and steel

Lesson 1 : Objectives and Methods of Analysis and Design

At the end of this lesson, the student should be able to:
• state the four objectives of the design of reinforced concrete structures,
• name the three methods of design of concrete structure and identify the best
method of design,
• state the basis of the analysis of the structure,
• express the design loads in terms of characteristic loads in limit state and
working stress methods,
• name the different loads, forces and effects to be considered in the design,
• state the basis of determining the combination of different loads acting on the
structure

Lesson 2 : Properties of Concrete and Steel

At the end of this lesson, the student should be able to:
• know the properties of concrete inrespect of strength, deformation and
durability
• know the properties of steel used as reinforcement in concrete structures
•understand the importance of quality control, inspection and testing of
concrete and steel in several steps from its basic preparation to the removal
of formwork after the construction
• recommend the acceptance of good concrete based on sample test of
specimens, core tests, load test and non-destructive tests

DESIGN OF FLAT SLAP

FLAT SLAP of Common practice of design and construction is to support the slabs by beams and support the beams by columns. This may be called as beam-slab construction. The beams reduce the available net clear ceiling height. Hence in warehouses, offices and public halls some times beams are avoided and slabs are directly supported by columns. This types of construction is aesthetically appealing also. These slabs which are directly supported by columns are called Flat Slabs.

Flat slab design lessen 2

Design and detailing of flat slab - pdf course

CONTENT
• Introduction
• Benefits
• Design Considerations
• Design Methodology
• Analysis of Flat Slab • Detailing

Flat slab design pdf

Complete lesson of Flat slab design

1. What is a flat slab?
- Flat Slab resting directly on columns
- Flat Slab with drop panels
- Flat slab with drop panel and column head
- Flat slab with column head
2.  Types of flat slab
3.  Benefits of flat slab
4. 1 Behaviour of Slab supported on Stiff , Flexible and no beams
4. 2 Structural Behaviour of Flat Slab
5.  Distribution of Total Panel Moment in different zones
6.  General Design Considerations
7. Determination of Bending Moment CL 31.3
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Design of structural systems pdf

Design of Structural Systems CIE-600

A PRESENTION ON THE DESIGN OF AN OFFICE BUILDING

1. General information about the building
2. Design of Slabs
3. Design of Beams, columns and Foundation
4. Design of shear and retaining walls
5. Design of Stair case
6. Green Engineering and Aesthetics Aspect
7. Material (concrete) Usage Estimation
8. References

Civil Engineering - Example design of slabs, beams, columns, foundation

Design of Slabs
Design of Beams, columns and Foundation
Design of shear and retaining walls
Design of Stair case
Green Engineering and Aesthetics Aspect
Material (concrete) Usage Estimation