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Wind Loading Analysis MWFRS and Components/Cladding Calculator
Wind Loading Analysis MWFRS and Components/Cladding Per ASCE 7-02 Code for Low-Rise, Enclosed Buildings with <=60' and Roof <= 45 deg; Using Method 1: Simplified Procedure (Section 6.4)
Wind Loading Analysis Simple Building - Engineers Edge
Wind Loading Analysis Simple Building Per ASCE 7-98 Code for Low-Rise Buildings with h
Reinforcing Rebar Engineering Data
Reinforcing Bar Datat Tables, Typical specification: ASTM A615 Grade 60 Deformed Bar
Pipe Exit Loss Equation
The exit loss, ho, is a function of the change in velocity at the outlet of the pipe..
Storm Drains Junctions Losses Calculation
Storm Drains Junctions Loss equation for adjoining pipes in a pipe junction. Two inflow pipes may enter the junction for the calculations.
Concrete Foundation Anchor Bolts Design
Anchor bolts are a vital link between equipment and the foundation. Unfortunately, designers often overlook important points concerning anchor bolts, such as how long and strong they should be and the amount of preload.
Shrinkage Values of Domestic Hardwoods
The following provides facts about the moisture-shrinkage relationship of wood. A table of shrinkage values for North American hardwoods and softwoods is provided after the text.
Structural Column Base Plates Engineering Design
A column or pillar in architecture and structural engineering is an structural element that transmits, through compression, the weight of the structure above to other structural elements below.
Structural Load Bearing Plates
To resist a beam reaction, the minimum bearing length N in the direction of the beam span for a bearing plate is determined by equations for prevention of local web yielding and web crippling.
Load Bearing Walls Review Design , Equation, Wall Stud Spacing Table
Load Bearing Walls Review, Equation and Wall Stud Spacing Design Table. These are subject to axial compression loads in addition to their own weight and, where there is eccentricity of load or lateral loads, to flexure. Load-bearing walls may be designed in a manner similar to that for columns but including the design requirements for non-load-bearing walls.
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