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The most basic way is to simplify the effects of dynamic loading caused by the start and stop of the crane or the winch , they could introduce a factor of 2.8 for load magnification, is to basically m …
answered Feb 27 '18 by kamran
In US there are zones of maximum wind velocity and its pressure. Majority of the zones assume (15 to 35) lbs/sqr ft pressure for heights of up to 60 feet, depending on combination of factors such as …
answered Jun 18 '18 by kamran
Assuming the length of your beam is 10 feet, aluminum Ibeam 4x3 by 1.97lbs per ft. Should be enough. This is to support dynamic load factor of 3. And a steel cable of 1/8 inch. Then your wall attachme …
Any slab or ceiling can Receive several kinds of loading which are marked on the structural plans in case that loading can be critical. e.g., a library floor is ranked both for distributed loads and c …
answered Nov 2 '18 by kamran
In high rise design surface area to volume ratio is a significant factor in the amount of energy used to keep the building air conditioned and useable for its design function. The larger the surface t …
First off you want to make sure if you should divide the required squeezing force by four. Assuming that is correct we can proceed. Because of symmetry you can assume the flange overhang will have t …
answered Feb 1 '18 by kamran
Talking about lumber studs and 2x double bottom plate, under normal load applications and type 5 construction, the base plate as prescribe by applicable code, such as type 5 sheets handed out in the b …
answered Jan 16 '18 by kamran
You have to know the mass and CG of each individual part. Then once assembled you set your machine against a corner wall which you will use as xy axis. measure the Dx and Dy, the distance from CG of …
answered Apr 2 '18 by kamran
Depends on the load, but if you guess your load per square feet is going to be near 25lbs, 2x6 is not enough, consider 2x8 @ 16", Doug Fur Larch, grade 1. You need to use a 2x8 or other means of ledg …
You can remove the two 8ft beams on front and replace them with a 3-1/8 by 6 inch Glulam by 16ft long. It is close enough in size after paint and strong enough. if your posts are vinyl you need to ch …