BEHAVIOR AND DESIGN OF CURVED COMPOSITE
BOX GIRDER BRIDGES
FINAL REPORT
- October 2002 -
Sherif El-Tawil, PhD, PE and Ayman M. Okeil, PhD, PE
Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering
University of Central Florida, Orlando, FL 32816-2450
This repo
2nd International Cotzferemte on WWDIMENSIONS IN BRIDGES AND FLYOVERS .' 3 - 5 October 1994, Maiaya
Load Testing of Bridges in Malaysia
R Salleh. Jabatan chja Raya. Malaysia
K M Sam', Jabatan Kclja Raya, Malaysia
H W Gan, Ranhill Bersekutu Sdn Bhd, Malay
LIGHTWEIGHT AGGREGATES 8:
LIGHTWEIGHT CONCRETE
- PAST, PRESENT & FUTURE
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by R L Munn
B.Sc., B.E.(Hons), MIEAust, CP Eng.
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CHIEF ENGINEER
BORAL RESOURCES LIMITED
SYDNEY
AUSTRALIA
SYNOPSIS
Lightweight concrete was rst used by the Romans, but has bee
1
Delayed Ettringite Formation in Concrete
Jochen Stark, Katrin Bollmann
Bauhaus-University Weimar / Germany
1. Introduction
The problem of durability of concrete with cement as binding material comes more and more
to the fore with the increased use of co
Paper presented at the 1996 Concrete Institute of Seminar, Perth, Australia
LOW HEAT CONCRETE
F.Papworth, P.Chen, P.Trinder & A.Peek
SYNOPSIS
This paper summarises the factors controlling concretes
heat of hydration, the likely problems caused by the heat
A2 Sand & Gravel
Sands and gravels are important constituents of ready mixed concrete.
Full details are given in:
Standard:
BS EN 12620, Aggregates for concrete
BS Guidance:
PD6682-1
This Standard and guidance also apply to other aggregates used in concre
Page 1 of 3
June 2005
Concrete vs. Steel
Which is the better building material? You be the judge.
Before modern engineering and the ability to manipulate
concrete and steel, the world of architecture consisted of
wood, adobe, thatch, and cave dwellings. W
DOUBLE INTEGRALS
The notion of a definite integral can be extended to function of two or more
variables. In this section we shall discuss the double integral, which is the
extension to functions of two variables.
DEFINITION OF A DOUBLE INTEGRAL
b
Firstly
Q1
A stretched string of length 20 cm is set oscillating by displacing its mid-point a
distance 1 cm from its rest position and releasing it with zero initial velocity. Solve the
wave equation
Where
to determine the resulting motion,
Solution:
1
2
3
4
Q2
LINE INTEGRALS
In this section we shall discuss line integrals, which are integrals
over curves in two or three-dimensional space.
1
2
3
If a curve C is traced in a certain direction, then the same curve
traced in the opposite direction is denoted by the
Example 1 : Wave equation
Solve
2u 2u
2
2
t
x
restricted to boundary conditions
u( 0, t) = 0
u(, t) = 0
u(x, 0) = f(x) = K(x x2)
and
u
0
t t 0
Assume that the solution is
Then
or
u(x, t) = F(x)G(t)
u
F ' G,
x
2u
F "G
2
x
u
FG
t
2u
FG
2
t
(1)
F"G
Laplace equation
2u 2u
0
x 2 y 2
and the boundary conditions
(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
u = 0 on y = 0
u = -xe-x/2 on y = 1
u = y cos (y/2) on x = 0
u 0 as x
(x 0)
(x 0)
(0 y 1)
Assume that the solution is given by u(x, y) = F(x)G(y)
F " G FG 0
F"
G
p2
F
G
F " p
53 sections 202/204 Quiz 8 Solutions
Problem 1 (10 pts). Find the work done by the force field F(x, y, z) = (x y 2 , y z 2 , z x2 ) on a
particle that moves along the line segment from (0, 0, 1) to (2, 1, 0).
Solution: Call the segment C. Using the parame
Civil Engineering Mathematics I (KAEA3201)
Assignment 2
1. A stretched string of length 20 cm is set oscillating by displacing its mid-point a
distance 1 cm from its rest position and releasing it with zero initial velocity. Solve
the wave equation
2u 1
Poutrelles universelles
britanniques
British
universal beams
Britische
Universaltrger
conformes BS 4 part 1 - 1993
in accordance with BS 4 part 1 - 1993
gemss BS 4 part 1 - 1993
Commande minimale et
Minimum order and other
Mindestbestellmenge und
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VCB4013 CONSTRUCTION PROJECT MANAGEMENT
PROJECT JAMBATAN KEDUA CASE STUDY
This assignment is based on the video of the iconic project, Jambatan Kedua. The task requires that
you form a team of 5 members (max). A copy of the video has been made available f
INSTALLATION AND MONITORING OF THE BUILDING SETTLEMENT MARKER
1. GENERAL
This method statement describes the installation and monitoring of the vertical settlement
marker. The objective is to monitor vertical settlement or heave.
2. EQUIPMENT
2.1
Reflecti
-Can only be allowed under a pitched roof and must be housed within the roof structure.
-Allowable floor area for the attic is a maximum of 30% of the immediate floor area below and within the main building line.
-Ventilation : 10% of attic floor area (in
Amendment to the Schedule of Subdivision Plan for Residential Purposes
1 July 2015
In connection with the New Guidelines and Simplified Application Process for Extension
of Landed Residential Buildings, the clause in the Max. Plot Coverage column in the
S
Title
Author(s)
Citation
Issue Date
Free Trade Zones in Malaysia
ANAZAWA, Makoto
HOKUDAI ECONOMIC PAPERS, 15: 91-148
1985
DOI
Doc URL
http:/hdl.handle.net/2115/30723
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Type
bulletin
Additional
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File
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15_P91-148.pdf
Instructions f
NLC (ACT 56 OF 1965) VER 1.0
National Land Code
(Act 56 of 1965)
Disclaimer:
The publication of this Act is for the sole purpose of reference only. Although all
attempts had been done to ensure accuracy, it is advisable to refer the Authoritative
Text for
Kategori, Syarat dan Sekatan Tanah
(Sumber dirujuk daripada : Institut Tanah Dan Ukur Negara (INSTUN) )
Apabila permohonan tanah diluluskan, mengikut seksyen79, Pihak Berkuasa Negeri
(PBN) akan menentukan (keluasan/kawasan tanah; tempoh; jenis hakmilik
se
NEW GUIDELINES AND SIMPLIFIED
APPLICATION PROCESS FOR
EXTENSION OF LANDED RESIDENTIAL
BUILDINGS
1
1.0 SCOPE
Confined to max. 3-storey Landed
Residential Buildings i.e. detached, semidetached, terrace, zero boundary houses
and quadruplex.
Commercial, Ind
THE
GC
SARAWAK GOVERNMENT GAZETTE
PART II
Published by Authority
Vol. LXIX
28th October, 2014
Swk. L. N. 104
No. 33
SA
THE HOUSING DEVELOPMENT (CONTROL AND LICENSING)
ORDINANCE, 2013
DATE
OF
COMMENCEMENT
In exercise of the powers conferred by section 1 of
-Max. 1.8m projection for balcony within the minimum setback is to be maintained.
-Max. 50% of balcony area can be walled-up.
-Any opening on the walled-up balcony shall comply with Schedule F (SBO,1994).
-Max. 1.8m projection for balcony within the minim
VOT 71701
ANALISIS PENYEDIAAN TEMPAT LETAK
KERETA MENGIKUT JENIS GUNATANAH
BANDAR- BANDAR DI MALAYSIA
(CAR PARKING PROVISION ANALYSIS BASED ON THE
LAND USE TYPES FOR MALAYSIAN TOWNS)
MOHD NOOR AWANG
RESEARCH VOTE NUMBER:
71701
Jabatan Perancang Bandar dan
The Economic Costs and Gains of Brain Drain:
the case of Malaysia and its policy relevance
Lim Kim-Hwa
Penang Institute, University of Cambridge
[email protected]
Dheepan Ratha Krishnan
Penang Institute
[email protected]
Yap Jo-yee
Penang
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The Use of Wind Tunnel Measurements in
Building Design
Dat Duthinh and Emil Simiu
National Institute of Standards and Technology, Gaithersburg, Maryland,
United States of America
1. Introduction
The ASCE 7-10 Standard contains provisions on the use of