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Wind and Seismic Load Gable Steel Frame Calculator
Wind and Seismic Load on Gable Steel Frame Calculator
Wind Pressure Exerted on Vertical Wall
Wind Pressure and Force Exerted on Vertical Wall Equations, The wind can vary both in terms of its speed and its direction. As a result different pieces of equipment are needed to measure these different characteristics. Wind direction is commonly determined by weather vanes or wind socks which will swing around and show which direction the wind is blowing from.
Soil Cohesion Table
Soil Cohesion is the component of shear strength of a rock or soil that is independent of interparticle friction.
Wood Engineering Properties #3 Engineering Properties
Strength and engineering properties of some commercially important woods grown in the United States (inch–pound) 
Wood Engineering Properties #2
Strength and engineering properties of some commercially important woods grown in the United States (inch–pound) 
Wood Engineering Properties for Hardwoods
Strength and engineering properties of some commercially important woods grown in the United States (inch–pound)
Sound System Design Equations
Sound Power (W) - the amount of power a source converts to sound in watts.
Room Loudness Sones Reference Chart
System Design Guidelines for Room Loudness. See Sound Loudness Design Equations for relative equations.
Concrete Anchor Tension Pullout and Design Calculator
Concrete anchor tension, pullout, design equations and calculator per ACI 318-02. Concrete Anchor Group Pullout Tension Design Calculator, Concrete Anchor in Tension and Shear Near Edge, Concrete Anchor Group Tension and Shear Fasteners Near Two Edges Based on ACI 318-02 Calculator, Concrete Anchor Group Tension and Shear Fasteners Near Two Edges Based on ACI 318-02 Calculator Case # 5
Acoustic Sound Pressure Level Chart
Acoustic sound pressure level chart data. Sound pressure or acoustic pressure is the local pressure deviation from the ambient (average, or equilibrium) atmospheric pressure, caused by a sound wave. In air, sound pressure can be measured using a microphone, and in water with a hydrophone.
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