WEEK1:Earthquakes Mechanics and Effects
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What is the Earthquake Engineering?
Earthquakeengineeringdealswiththeeffects of earthquakes
on people and their environment and withmethodsof
reducingthoseeffects.
Anearthquakeistheshakingoftheearthcausedb
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Slab
m=(Ll)/(Ls)=(5.8)/(5.4)=1.07 < 2
two way slab
m=(Ll)/(Ls)=(5.8)/(4.65)=1.25 < 2
two way slab
m=(Ll)/(Ls)=(5.8)/(4.2)=1.38 < 2
two way slab
m=(Ll)/(Ls)=(5.8)/(4.2)=1.38 < 2
two way slab
m=(Ll)/(Ls)=(5.8)/(5.4)=1.07 < 2
two way slab
m=(Ll)/(Ls)=(5.8
SAP 3D Model Report
1- Define Grid
When drawing a 3D model of a building prepare the area of work. In sap2000 this is done by
defining a grid system that will help to build the model. In the grid data we will identify the
axis in x and y direction and als
Design of slender columns according to ACI and EC2
Design of slender columns according to ACI
A column is said to be slender if its cross sectional dimensions are small compared with its
length. The degree of slenderness is generally expressed in terms of
Design of slender columns according to ACI and EC2
Design of slender columns according to ACI
A column is said to be slender if its cross sectional dimensions are small compared with its
length. The degree of slenderness is generally expressed in terms of
Designing Procedure of slender columns by:
1- Turkish Standard (TS)
2-American Code
(ACI)
3-Euro Code 2
(EU2)
1-Design of slender columns using TS 500 (Turkish Building Code)
General concept:
TS 500 (Turkish Building Code) requires the determinant of mome
Design of slender columns using Euro code 2
General
This part describes the final design of columns in braced, non-sway structures resisting
axial loads and bending moments. A method is given for biaxial bending.
-The general procedure to be adopted is as
Semester 1
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MTH 101 Calculus 1
PHY 101 General Physic 1
CE 101 Intoduction to Civil Engineering
ENG 101 Dev.of Reading&Writing Skills in English
Cen 101 Information Technologies and Applications
CHM 101 General Chemistry
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MTH 102
PHY 102
Solutions to Midterm Exam AEP 2640, Fall 2008 (1) (a) L=mg=(320,000 kg)x(9.8 m/s2)= 3.136x106 N (b) Dp+Di = Cd S (V2) + kL2/(V2SAR) (1)
Here =0 exp(-h/a); 0=Air density at sea level = 1.225 kg/m3, a=8.42 km, h=10 km. This gives: =0.352 kg/m3 AR=b2/S=24.8
Solutions to Midterm Exam, Spring 2009 1. Fluid Mechanics (A) The power is given by the product of the drag force and the velocity, P = FD V FD = CD A V2/2 V = 85 mph, or V = (85 mi/hr)(5280 ft/mi)(0.305 m/ft)(1 hr/3600 s)=38 m/s = (0.074 lb/ft3)(0.454 kg
Solutions to Midterm, Spring 2008 1. Dimensional analysis suggests that the wave speed is proportional to (g). a) V=6 2 = 8.49 knots b) V=6 15 = 23.2 knots 2. a) The voltage divider relationship given by Ohms law is: V/V0 = R/(R+R1), or R= VR1/(V0 V) b) A
Midterm Exam, AEP 2640, Fall 2008 Open book and notes; time limit 90 minutes 1. (25 points) Fluid mechanics (your numerical results are important for this problem) In level flight an airplane is subject to 2 types of drag force. The first of these is call
Midterm Exam, AEP 2640, Spring 2009 Open book and notes; internet access is forbidden Time limit: papers will be collected at 4:00 1. Fluid Mechanics (36 pts) (A) (12 pts) Calculate the horsepower needed to overcome drag on a sports car moving at a speed
Midterm Exam, A&EP 264, Spring 2008 90 minutes, open book and open notes 1. As a boat moves through the water, it creates a bow wave that moves with the speed of the boat. As a boat starts to move slowly through the water, one sees at first a number of wa
Announcements
Prelim (in class, open book and notes) Mon. Mar 15 Today: Data analysis for viscometer Introduction to LabVIEW Homework #2 will be posted on the blackboard today
Data Analysis
For Stokes flow (Red1): Fd = 6rVt
Calculate the apparent viscosi
Announcements
Begin viscometer experiment this week Prepare program before going to lab Today begin technical writing Final check-off for exercises 2-5 on Friday, Feb. 26 Take advantage of labs on Thursday and Monday evening
Key Concepts
Fluid: a substan
Announcements
. A schedule for technical writing has been postedthe class on Monday, February 22 will be entirely on technical writing. Please read Chapter IV in the course packet.
Viscous Shear Forces
V
d
t
/ = F/A = V/d
More generally, the viscous shear
Announcements
There will be a make-up lab scheduled for today from 6:30-9:30 pm, and for all subsequent Monday evenings. Please consider switching to the Thursday lab! Please read Chapter III on Error Analysis in your course packet Be sure to consult App
Announcements
Be sure to check the course blackboard for this weeks Assignment. There are 5 documents posted under Course Documents that you will need to read ASAP. These are: Using Visual Studio Using the Protoboard Introduction to NIDAQmx Data Acquisit
1-D Laminar Low-Pressure Premixed Flames for the Development and Testing of Kinetic Mechanisms
Molecular-beam sampling freezes chemistry. Synchrotron Photoionization TOF mass spectrometry offers the appeal of a universal detector with rapid data collecti
Outline of Answers: AEP/ENGR 1200 Exam 1 - Given March 16, 2010
1. (20 points) Photolithography resolution: (a) If diffraction limits the resolution of a photolithography process to a minimum feature size of 200 nm when using an exposing wavelength 193 nm
LONG TERM SOURCES OF FINANCES
Domestic & Foreign
EQUITY OR THE SHARE CAPITAL
EQUITY SHARE CAPITAL: Equity share capital represents the basic or primary source of finance to any company. In terms of funds provided, the equity shares may provide lesser fund
A&EP 470 BIONB 470 VETMM 470 BME 570
Biophysical Methods
Instructor: Prof. Manfred Lindau
An overview of the diversity of modern biophysical experimental techniques used in the study of biological systems at the cellular and molecular level as w
A&EP 470 BIOPHYSICAL METHODS
Manfred Lindau
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Biophysical Methods
A&EP 470 BIONB 470 VETMM 470 BME 570
(Fall Semester only )
By Manfred Lindau School of Applied and Engineering Physics Cornell University 217 Clark Hall Ithaca, NY 14850 e-