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Structural Design Objectives and Philosophy - A Historical Overview Structural Design Objectives and Philosophy - A Historical Overview

Since the start of the formal approaches and procedures for carrying out the structural design, there have been many developments in the un...

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An Overview of Structural Types An Overview of Structural Types

The word structure (pronounced as “strək(t)SHər”) is a noun as well as a verb. As a noun, it means “ the arrangement of and the relations b...

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Damp proofing of Slabs on Ground Damp proofing of Slabs on Ground

The slabs-on-ground does not require high protection against water penetration and moisture in arid regions that does not have soils ...

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Steel Sheet Piling Works - Workflow Procedure for Site Engineers Steel Sheet Piling Works - Workflow Procedure for Site Engineers

This brief article explains the work flow procedure for site engineeers to execute steel sheet piling works. The procedure details various ...

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Shallow Foundations - An Overview Shallow Foundations - An Overview

A shallow foundation is often selected when the structural load will not cause excessive settlement of the underlying soil layers. In ...

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Selection of Foundation Type Selection of Foundation Type

Selection of the most suitable and effficient type of foundation for a particular structure is a tricky step in the whole structural design...

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Best Engineering/Scientific/Graphing Calculators Best Engineering/Scientific/Graphing Calculators

Choosing the right calculator for your needs can be a tough job. But you can compare some of the best calculators in the industry with our ...

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Fire and Safety Features of High-Rise Buildings and Structures Fire and Safety Features of High-Rise Buildings and Structures

Fire and other safety features of high rise buildings and structures is essential. Types and concerns related to these features is discusse...

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Antifreeze Admixtures for Concrete during Cold Weather Concreting Antifreeze Admixtures for Concrete during Cold Weather Concreting

Freezing reduces strength of concrete by 20 to 40 % when fresh concrete is subjected to freezing. Antifreeze admixtures of concrete, its ...

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