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ECE 231 – Fall 2010 Programming Assignment 3 Due: Monday, September 20, 2010 at 11:59 PM Construction engineers use concrete to build high-rise buildings. Since concrete is nearly incapable of resisting tension loads, reinforcing steel, known as rebar, is embedded in concrete to resist tension. The rebar is available in a number of sizes. The following table shows the ASTM (American Society for Testing and Materials) standards of reinforcement using the rebar’s size, weight, and diameter. Size Weight (lb/ft) Diameter (in) 2 0.167 0.250 3 0.376 0.375 4 0.668 0.500 5 1.043 0.625 6 1.502 0.750 7 2.044 0.875 8 2.670 1.000 9 3.400 1.128 10 4.303 1.270 11 5.313 1.410 14 7.650 1.693 18 13.600 2.257 The next table shows an example of the type and length of rebar used for the basement of a parking garage: Size Length (ft) 4 5000.0 10 2000.0 14 1200.0 18 900.0 The ASTM data is located in the input file "astm2010.txt" which contains the data listed in the first table. This will need to be stored in a twelve element array structure typedef called
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This note was uploaded on 04/03/2012 for the course ECE 231 taught by Professor Peralta,s during the Fall '08 term at New Mexico.

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