## Building construction drawings, Civil Engineering

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I need a drawing detail of expansion joints in building and different sizes

#### Deflectio of beam, determine the reaction and draw shear

determine the reaction and draw shear

#### Fixed end moments, For fixed beam(say for example fixed with a point load a...

For fixed beam(say for example fixed with a point load at midspan) how did we end up getting P*L/8...??

#### Determine the equivalent of free float, The free float is equal to: a. L...

The free float is equal to: a. Latest allowable event occurrence time + Early finish time b. Earliest event occurrence time + early finish time c. Latest allowable event o

#### Differentiate, differentiate between components and resolved parts

differentiate between components and resolved parts

#### Define the transmissivity and reynold number, Define the Transmissivity and...

Define the Transmissivity and Reynold Number TRANSMISSIVITY: (T) A measurement of the rate of groundwater movement through different soil and rock materials. For both confined

#### Define the term- erection stresses, Define the term- erection stresses ...

Define the term- erection stresses The creep loss due to live load stress, erection stresses and other stresses of short duration may be ignored. The loss of prestress due to

#### Calculate the final volume of the compacted soil, 1. 130,000-yd 3 of banke...

1. 130,000-yd 3 of banked soil from a borrow pit is stockpiled before being trucked to the jobsite. The soil has 18% swell and shrinkage of 8%.  The final volume of the compacted

#### Define reactivity - hazardous waste, Define Reactivity - Hazardous Waste ...

Define Reactivity - Hazardous Waste - Undergoes violent Change w/o detonating - reacts violently with water - Forms potentially explosive mixtures with water - generat

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#### Explain critical factor in design of shock transmission unit, Explain Criti...

Explain Critical factor in Design of shock transmission unit? (a) STUs are unidirectional devices for load transmission. If out of plane forces will be acting on the STU, the a