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  • Hello My name is Arman Tatar and I am a Ph.D. candidate at Michigan Technological University. I am part of MTU's I-Corps Fall 2021 cohort. This is a National Science Foundation's (NSF) entrepreneurship training program and part of this training program ...

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  • Neeraj, Here is another site that I just learned about to analyze construction materials for most effective ways to reduce carbon -- Embodied Carbon Calculator for Construction (EC3) tool . Vikram Yadama Professor Dept. of ...

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    RE: ACSE 31

    Thank you Rob Smith. Your comments is very helpful to me. ------------------------------ Tang Kok Wen A.M.ASCE C&CT Consult Phnom Penh ------------------------------

  • That was the Extraordinary Essential! Glenn just do the remarkable things happen!  with SEI Team!!! Thank you Danielle Schroeder for this post!   I was daydreaming about that, a human crusade for a better future for the SE Profession! Now with Infrastructure ...

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  • Hi ASCE community, I'm a new ASCE member. I am a building information management student from the University of Portsmouth, UK, and I'm carrying out a study on the industry perspective towards the use of RFID sensor technology in BIM construction projects. ...

  • The commentary discusses this. It states that research and testing have been performed to show that flexural members terminating in a footing, slab, or beam (a T-joint) should have their hooks turned inward toward the axis of the member for the joint ...

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  • Chad In 7-05 I would use Section 6.5.13 "Wind Loads for Open Structures" to determine wind loading for that type of canopy and section 15.5 "Nonbuilding Structures Similar to Buildings" for seismic requirements. The numbers change in 7-10 & 7-16 but ...

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    RE: Church Structure

    F=ma in the roof of the hall through out the middle length, a beam shall be given to damp the vibrations. Structural dynamics is being studied. Sizing sections thumb rules are used. Analysing the structure with Stad pro. Slab also should be strengthened ...

  • Can you give us some more information about 3d printing a building? ------------------------------ George Runkle P.E., M.ASCE President Lawrenceville GA ------------------------------

  • Hi Steven, I've struggled with this in the past.  What I come back to is that balanced snow is an equilibrium amount that is able to stay on a continuous plane surface, whereas drift is the snow that gets stuck and has nowhere else to go, either because ...

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