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    Snow Load Analysis Program per ASCE702S
    Roof Snow Load Analysis Program "ASCE702S" is a spreadsheet program written in MS-Excel for the purpose of flat roof snow loading analysis for buildings and structures per the ASCE 7-02 Code. Specifically, coefficients and related and required parameters are selected or calculated in order to compute the net design snow loads, including snow drift due on lower roofs and rain-on-snow surcharge.
    Axially Loaded Pile Analysis Calculator Excel
    Axially Loaded Pile Analysis Calculator Excel
    Terzaghi's One-Dimensional Consolidation Theory Closed-Form Solution
    Terzaghi's One-Dimensional Consolidation Theory Closed-Form Solution.
    FRAME PORTAL AND GABLE RIGID PLANE FRAME ANALYSIS
    "FRAME" is a spreadsheet program written in MS-Excel for the purpose of plane frame analysis of portal and gable rigid plane frames subjected to various types of loading.
    Precast Pre-Tensioned Beam Design Calculator Excel
    This excel spreadsheet calculator includes three sheets for pre-tensioned beams.
    Structural Beam Column Splice Calculations
    Structural Beam Splice Calculations, Structural Beam Column Splice Calculations, Structural End Plate Beam Calculations
    Electrical Panelboard Load Calculator Excel
    Calculate Voltage / Voltage Difference of Each Phase, Calculate Unbalanced Load in Neutral Wire. Calculate Expected Temperature rise in Each Phase. Calculate Load in Each Phase and Outgoing Feeders, Calculate Starting/Full Load/Continuous/Non Continuous Load, Calculate Size of Cables for Each Outgoing Feeder.
    Structural Rectangular Spread Footing Analysis Calculator
    This program assumes that the spread footing is in fact "rigid", so that the bearing pressure is distributed linearly on a homogeneous soil. (Note: the actual footing is generally not "rigid", nor is the pressure beaneth it distributed linearly. However, it has been found that solutions using the assumed "rigid" concept are adequate and generally result in a conservative design.)
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