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Questions that fall into the problem domain of civil engineering or one of its sub-disciplines. Questions about buildings or other structures could usually use the "structural-engineering" tag also.

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There are many categories of binders and more are being added due to research and development in high strength binders. The two categories of binders or resins are thermosetting and thermoplastic. Eac …
answered Jul 16 '18 by kamran
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Yes you can do it, is simple answer, if what you have is sanded grout. If you can add a little acrylic glue available in 4oz tubes at building material centers for a couple of dollars it will be even …
answered Feb 16 by kamran
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First you need to plant some fast-growing, root generating plants and cover the loose soil with landscape netting and shout the whole top with green mulch. Then you have to create a concrete swale on …
answered Jun 28 '18 by kamran
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Egyptians used shallow water trenches as level complemented with "Merchet and Groma" to build the great pyramids. In old Persia they had plumbed levels and used ropes and triangulation. They used tho …
answered Jun 18 by kamran
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In a project which was a mixed use 5 story building including a movie theater in LA in 1988 we needed similar set up. For under-floor ventilation in the theater we created concrete subfloor channels …
answered Jun 7 by kamran
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It seems they are city or municipality maintenance crew. This truck could be a tanker that has two reservoirs. Water, and collected sewage. They have a variety of tools that can be attached to the h …
answered May 9 '18 by kamran
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You could use penetration tests and compare the results to local data or geotechnical reports. This can give a rough estimate to begin with. In many urban areas in the U.S. there's is enough tests a …
answered Mar 22 '18 by kamran
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All the forces to the left of point at joint between member 6 and 8 add up to 0.25P down. Assuming we ignore the weight of truss members, we get P/2 +P = 1.5P acting at the left of member 4. This wil …
answered Feb 20 by kamran
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$ 100- 25cos (20) = 76.5076 $ Force in member ob. We divide the tributory of 75 N by this to get the cos(b-a) 75/ 76.5076 = 0.98029 Arccos (0.98029)= 11.3934 This added to 20 is angle beta. Beta …
answered Dec 2 '18 by kamran
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It is better to have the plinth beam above the ground level. For two reasons: You keep the floor above rain run off or subterranean water and you reduce the height of your building or the length of …
answered Aug 6 '18 by kamran
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This is Kuwait National assembly building designed by Jorn Utzon, Danish architect. In your image the building is under construction. The objects are permanent formwork for roof concrete slab. They c …
answered Mar 8 '18 by kamran
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Usually your building department is the first source. They will recommend what needs to be done. If your neighbor is a conventional building with few stories of wood or light framing, and the soil is …
answered Jul 31 '18 by kamran
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With present technology dirt is one of the worst possible concrete additives. It brings the compressive strength of concrete down to unacceptable levels even at fractions of less than 2%. Elon Musk …
answered Jan 1 by kamran
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You need to check with your local building codes. California has special codes for treating elevated water tanks and pools and containers. Not only they are treated with dynamic load factor but other …
answered Oct 10 '16 by kamran
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I had a project around 1976 in the middle east with similar situation. Because of a sudden shortage of cement and re-bars we had to modify the plans for a few thousand homes in several villages that w …
answered Aug 3 '16 by kamran

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