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  • Hi Randall. Re: " It is important for all structural engineers to understand them.  They are the driving force for our work in the consulting field." While there is no question that the technical excellence of structural engineers is a critical part ...

  • The focus on considering climatic aspects while practicing architecture has always been an inseparable part. However, deviations are often noticed too during the rapid urban sprawl. Build spaces not meeting the required attributes, are severely affecting ...

  • I posted this topic on AEI Build, but it has relevance to this group as well: https://collaborate.asce.org/discussion/durability-of-aluminum-base-connections Please post responses on the original AEI Build thread.  Thanks! ------------------------------ ...

  • Dear Mufaro, as a professor in undergraduate and graduate courses on the Design of steel structures, I found this information valuable for my students (different from the listed for our colleagues previously): Steel structures for beginners (Prof. ...

  • "Reinforced Concrete Design" from Wang and Salmon. "Vorlesungen ueber Massivbau" parts 1 to 6 from Leonhardt.  I went to a German university.  These books are a little dated but I still reference them regularly.  I don't believe these were ever translated ...

  • They are doing an magnificent work, also Changes in a Global Scale! Would you like to join us in Future Events like this, next year? Are you a civil or structural engineer interested in designing for future scenarios & structures or just be prepared ...

  • Hello, I am a new member of ASCE, and I would like to know if anybody have thought about using Ground Penetrating Radar as a technology to create as-built information system with and integrate it in BIM? I am looking forward to starting this discussion. ...

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  • It would be interesting to see if structural analysis programs have changed from the basic stiffness matrices and deflections with F = kd and moments generated based on nodal rotations. ------------------------------ James Williams P.E., M.ASCE Principal/Owner ...

  • There seem to be a lot of basic details missing. In my opinion, understanding the space or area requirements for typical desk, egress, walking areas & aisles, and other functional aspects and/or constraints would aid in defining area and layout requirements. ...

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  • Enclosure: Joe Lstiburek - Part 2 Enclosure: Joe Lstiburek - Part 2 - YouTube   www.youtube.com/watch?v=KFZE2tC5tTA&ab_channel=Margaret CONTENT & CONTEXT -> M isconceptions Level Insulation Vs Durability / Energy Consequences ...

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