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Spreadsheet for deriving plate girder section properties

 
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PostPosted: Fri Jul 30, 2004 3:51 pm    Post subject: Spreadsheet for deriving plate girder section properties Reply with quote

I have found a web site that has a great spreadsheet,
or working out the section properties of a plate girder    
( I, or T shapes ). The programe is top quality and
very well presented. I frequently add the design sheet into my calcs.
The web site is :-
( on the menu on the left side, go to 'Steel' )

www.engineeringspreadsheets.co.uk

I think it is really neat, what do you think ?

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PostPosted: Fri Jul 30, 2004 4:11 pm    Post subject: Spreadsheet for deriving plate girder section properties Reply with quote

Dear Friends

Please find the similar web site which I found recently.
info@structural-engineering.fsnet.co.uk

On Fri, 30 Jul 2004 Robert.Nicolson@Subsea7.com wrote :
I have found a web site that has a great spreadsheet,
or working out the section properties of a plate girder
( I, or T shapes ). The programe is top quality and
very well presented. I frequently add the design sheet into my calcs.
The web site is :-
( on the menu on the left side, go to 'Steel' )

www.engineeringspreadsheets.co.uk

I think it is really neat, what do you think ?





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