Introduction to Structural Design - Civ-372
Quiz # 5 (May 5, 2016)
Name: _
Please answer the following questions in the space provided for each question:
1 - List 3 advantages and 3 disadvantages for wood as a construction material.
Advantages
1.
2.
3.
Di
Introduction to Structural Design - Civ-372
Quiz # 5 (May 5, 2016)
Name: _
Please answer the following questions in the space provided for each question:
1 - List 3 advantages and 3 disadvantages for wood as a construction material.
Advantages
1.
2.
3.
Di
Calculated Cracking Moment:
M cr =
fr.I g
C
,
2
b . h3
f r=7.5 f 'c , I g=
12
Calculated Design Moment Strength:
( a2 ) , A =.025
2
M n = . A s . f y . d
s
Calculated Design Shear:
V n= V c + V S
'
,
V c = .2. f 'c . b . d
,
V s=
. Av . f y . d
s
Me
CE372, Introduction to Structural Design
Homework #3 (dueThursday, February 25)
1) A simply supported reinforced concrete beam has a span of 35ft and is
subjected to a service live load of 1100 lb/ft and a superimposed dead load
of 500 lb/ft. Design the b
CE372, Introduction to Structural Design
Homework #1 (due Tuesday, January 31)
1- Calculate the tributary area for the marked members (G1, G2, J1, J2, C1, C2, and C3).
2- Draw the shear and moment diagrams for the following beam.
CE372, Introduction to Structural Design
Homework #2 (dueTuesday, Feb 7)
1- For a rectangular cross section beam with b=16 and h=27, calculate the uniform load
(in addition to the beam weight) which will cause beam to begin to crack if the simple
used spa
HW 5 Solution
CE 250 Surveying Engineering
Fall 2016
9.13
830 07 23 + 1050 23 01 + 1240 56 48 + 1110 51 31 + 1140 41 27 = 5400 00 10
The angular misclosure of the five sided polygon is 10
9.22
In the HW 5, the solution of original problem is 1920 12 36 ,
CE250 - Solution of First Exam
Spring 2015
I. Please provide a concise answer for all the following questions: (24%)
1. Please list five types of common errors in taping.
Tape length, Temperature, Pull, Sag, Slop, Marking, Plumbing etc. See Table 6.1.
2.
HW 2 Solution
CE 250 Surveying Engineering
Fall 2016
6.7 For the following data, compute the horizontal distance for a recorded slop distance
AB.
(a)
AB=385.29 ft, slop angle= 6o0326 H=385.29cos 6o0326= 383.14 ft
(b)
AB = 186.793 m, difference in elevatio
Engineering Surveying
Geographic Information Systems
Definition of GIS
"A system of hardware, software, data, people,
organizations and institutional arrangements for
collecting, storing, analyzing, and disseminating
information about areas of the earth.
Engineering Surveying
State Plane Coordinates (SPC)
State Plane Coordinates/Map Projections
In Geomatics when we map or do computations we are representing
the earth as a FLAT PLANE(GRID)
Problems
we use horizontal distances not slope distances
when we co
Engineering Surveying
Horizontal Curves
Curves Connect Tangents
Curves used in horizontal planes to connect two
straight tangent sections are called horizontal
curves.
Circular curves
Spiral curves (easement or transition)
Lake
2
Degree of Curvature
A deg
CE250
Practice Exam II
Fall 2016
1. Today the magnetic bearing of a line is N1515E and the magnetic declination is N345W. In
1900, the magnetic bearing of the same line was N2220E. What was the Magnetic Declination
in 1900?
1|P ag e
CE250
Practice Exam II
ENGINEERING SURVEYING
Examination 1
Fall 2009
Name_
PROBLEM 1. Short questions (4 points each).
a. What is the bearing of a line with an azimuth of 197 degrees 18 minutes? Sketch the
line on a true north axis system.
b. A steel tape is has a known length
Engineering Surveying
Introduction and Significant Figures
Required Equipment
Hand calculator (DD to DMS)
3H or 4H Pencils, no eraser
Engineering note paper
Warm clothes
Straight edge
GPS SV
2
Assignment Policies
Proper paper: Green engineering paper
stro
Engineering Surveying
Traversing and Traverse Calculations
Traverse Definition
A Traverse is a series of consecutive lines
(courses) whose ends (stations) have been
marked in the field, and whose lengths and
directions have been determined from
measuremen
Engineering Surveying
Leveling
Collimation Check
A
Existing G
C
rade
D
B
This check allows us to find the correction to the slope, C
For our lab (shots of 180 ft and 20 ft):
C
RCA R DB RCB R DA
320
2
Differential Leveling
FS
BS
HI
A
rade
Elev B
Elev A
Ex
CE250
Practice Exam I
Fall 2016
1. Define the following terms:
a. Vertical Control:
b. Horizontal Control:
c. Datum:
d. Collimation Error:
e. Refraction:
f.
Curvature
g. Misclosure:
h. Azimuth:
i.
Bearing:
j.
Magnetic Declination:
k. Stadia Method:
1|Page
Engineering Surveying
Total Station Field Procedures
Overview
Double Centering
Measuring Angels and Close Horizon
Error in Directional (Non-Repeating) Instruments
Some Field Operations
2
Concept of Double Centering
Transiting or plunging is the process of
How to Read an Inch Based Vernier Scale
Page 1 of 2
How to Read an Inch Based Vernier Scale
Reading an inch based vernier scale by using the four step addition method explained here is a relatively
easy process.
Basic Vernier Movement
The illustration a
Introduction
CE 413
Environmental Engineering
This is Where We Live
Earth:
Circumference 24,000 miles
Total Surface Area 5.1x1014 m2
Land Area 1.5x1014 m2
Ocean Area 3.6x1014 m2
Unique in Solar System:
Abundance of Water
Water in All Three Phases
Fixed Am
Materials and Energy Balances
CE 413
Environmental Engineering
1
Reactor Analysis: Example
A chemical degrades in a flow-balanced, steady-state CMFR according to first-order
reaction kinetics. The upstream concentration of the chemical is 10 mg/L and the
Materials and Energy Balances
CE 413
Environmental Engineering
1
Phase Changes
Enthalpy of fusion (latent heat of fusion)
Energy required to cause a phase change of a unit mass from a solid to a liquid at
constant pressure
Enthalpy of vaporization (laten