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  Topic: Nodal restraint/member restraint

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PostForum: Past Discussions Year 2007   Posted: Sun Sep 02, 2007 6:42 am   Subject: Nodal restraint/member restraint
As per the BS 5950, to get the effective length property of any member we need the following restraint properties:

1.Nodal/support restraint: For that node we specify whether translation and rotati ...
  Topic: Circular Tank:urgent

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PostForum: Past Discussions Year 2007   Posted: Wed Aug 22, 2007 3:42 pm   Subject: Circular Tank:urgent
I have a circular tank filled with fluid.

Now, I have some vertical stiffeners all round the circumferece at some spacing.

What will be the state of stress in these stiffeners.

I modelled the same ...
  Topic: Beam element: shape functions-urgent

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PostForum: Past Discussions Year 2007   Posted: Sun Aug 19, 2007 7:22 am   Subject: Beam element: shape functions-urgent
Shape functions for a beam element can be derived as:

[ N1 N2 N3 N4]


N1 and N4 are used to express the displacements at the beam ends and
N2 and N3 are used to expre ...
  Topic: FE mesh generation!!Very urgent

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PostForum: Past Discussions Year 2007   Posted: Mon Jun 25, 2007 7:14 pm   Subject: FE mesh generation!!Very urgent
I have two sections:

1) Rectangular section
2) Circular section

I want generate a mesh of triangular elemnts within the section.
Can anyone please help with this?Any reference, webpage?Plz help I ...
  Topic: Message from jrm2002

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PostForum: Past Discussions Year 2007   Posted: Fri Jun 22, 2007 5:17 pm   Subject: Message from jrm2002
I have a composite cross section consisting of a hollow circular steel section filled with concrete and incorporating an I section.

The section is exposed to fire and I want to determine the temperat ...
  Topic: Important

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PostForum: Past Discussions Year 2007   Posted: Mon Jun 18, 2007 12:24 pm   Subject: Important
Please have a look at the notice.
Yours sincerely

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  Topic: Composite columns: fire resistance

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PostForum: Past Discussions Year 2007   Posted: Sun Jun 17, 2007 7:17 pm   Subject: Composite columns: fire resistance
Let us say i have a composite column section consisting of structural steel, concrete and reinforcing steel.
Under fire, as per eurocode, we need to divide the column section into various layers and ...
  Topic: Composite Column Design

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PostForum: Past Discussions Year 2007   Posted: Wed May 16, 2007 7:02 pm   Subject: Composite Column Design
Though I have designed reinforced concrete columns and some steel columns in the past, am relatively new to composite column design.Currently getting familiar with Euro code(EC4) provisions.Have the ...
  Topic: PT Slab:Ultimate Moment Capacity

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PostForum: Past Discussions Year 2007   Posted: Fri Apr 27, 2007 6:29 pm   Subject: PT Slab:Ultimate Moment Capacity
 I have been designing a PT Slab and am using hand computations first to get more involved and familiarised with the design procedure. I am using BS Code and the Concrete society handbook on Post-Ten ...
  Topic: PT Slab Design:Urgent

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PostForum: Past Discussions Year 2007   Posted: Tue Apr 24, 2007 6:21 pm   Subject: PT Slab Design:Urgent
I am designing a PT Slab with unbonded tendons.Now, I have determined the post-tensioning forces required in each span based on the considerations of:

1)Permissable Tensile stress
2)Minimum and max ...
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