FACULTY OF ENGINEERING AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGIES
Civil Engineering
CIVL3206: STEEL STRUCTURES 1
Semester 2, 2016  6 Credit Points  Mode: NormalDay
Sessions Valid: Semester 2
Coordinator(s): Tim Wilkinson
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FACULTY OF ENGINEERING AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGIES
Civil Engineering
CIVL3235: STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS
Semester 2, 2016  6 Credit Points  Mode: NormalDay
Sessions Valid: Semester 2
Coordinator(s): Chao HOU
WARNING: This unit version is currently under rev
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New Bridge over the Clarence River at Tabulam
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48353 Concrete Design
LECTURE 18  OUTLINE
Spring 2013
Coordinator and Lecturer: Dr. Shami Nejadi
CB02.05.512, [email protected]
Forces on a Cantilever Retaining
Wall
Design Action Combination
Design Steps
Design Example
The main notes are taken
FACULTY OF ENGINEERING AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGIES
Civil Engineering
CIVL5668: FUNDAMENTALS OF WIND ENGINEERING FOR DESIGN
Semester 1, 2016  6 Credit Points  Mode: NormalDay
Coordinator(s): John Patterson
1. INTRODUCTION
Objectives:
This unit of study
48353 Concrete Design
University of Technology, Sydney
Faculty of Engineering & IT
Spring 2013
Lecturer: Dr. Shami Nejadi
CB02.05.512, [email protected]
LECTURE19 OUTLINE
Introduction to Prestressed Concrete
History of Prestressing
Prestressed C
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TURNING POINT MONOLOGUE
A) Monologue
Back when I was 10, my parents offered me and my older brother a choice. They would work
much harder to provide the cost needed for us to travel and study overseas. The political of
Vietnam back then was horrible and t
Staging
In the media industry it is important that a story in any form has illustrative purposes that can boost
the effect of the story to the audience if necessary. For my monologue, an actor and props are
necessary. The content of the monologue includes
Homework Week for 6A/B
1. Write up the Corrosion Practical (only the following sections)
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construction of a new offshore oil rig:
Hypothesis
Aim
Risk Assessment
Variables
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EMAT001
MATHEMATICAL MODELLING 1
Tutorial Week 2
VECTORS
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EMAT001 Tutorial Week 2
University of Technology Sydney
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48353 Concrete Design
LECTURE 20 OUTLINE
Spring 2013
Lecturer: Dr. Shami Nejadi
CB02.05.512, [email protected]
University of Technology, Sydney
Faculty of Engineering & IT
 Forces Due to a Parabolic Cable
 General Parabola
 Equivalent Load
 Cal
48353 Concrete Design
University of Technology, Sydney
Faculty of Engineering & IT
LECTURE 16  OUTLINE
Spring 2013
Coordinator and Lecturer: Dr. Shami Nejadi
CB02.05.512, [email protected]
Introduction
Footings
Types of Spread Footings
Soil Bea
48353 Concrete Design
LECTURE 15  OUTLINE
Spring 2013
Coordinator and Lecturer: Dr. Shami Nejadi
CB02.05.512, [email protected]
Introduction to Reinforcement Detailing
Principles of Detailing

The main notes are taken from Reinforced Concrete Ba
48353 Concrete Design
University of Technology, Sydney
Faculty of Engineering & IT
LECTURE 17  OUTLINE
Spring 2013
Coordinator and Lecturer: Dr. Shami Nejadi
CB02.05.512, [email protected]
Introduction
Types of Retaining Walls
Failure Modes
Des