Write assignments (term paper) about Transparent aluminum

Should you write:

1- introduction:

2-the work

3-saftey requirements

4-advanteges

5-disadvantges

6-concluision

7-refernces

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draw design details. include spacing for laterals ties. exterior
column and interior column

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Q1) in footing answer all these parts for isolated square and rectangular footing:

a) in which part the crack will develop by the soil pressure in footing. where and why?

b) What the difference between one-way and two way shear in footing?

c) What is the depth of foundation and what is the depth of footing?

d) where will be the max moment?

e) what the difference between rectangular and square footing?

PLEASE ANSWER IN A CLEAR ANSWER AND SUMMARIZE WITH ONLY MAIN IDEA (CONCEPT)

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**Q2. Design a rectangular column: PD = 400 k, PL= 600 k,
ρ = 2 %. fc’ = 4000 psi, fy = 60,000 psi. Draw the reinforcement
detail
also. **

**Please ANSWER this question with clear and with all
steps don't miss any calculation and drawing steps.**

**- Don't consider the foundation. Assume any dimension of
the column that can carry this loads. the important that the column
not fail by using ACI code.**

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what is a latticed shell structure? what are the stress
characteristics of dome structures? list two example of thin shell
structures

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**QUESTION 5**: PARKS AND PUBLIC OPEN SPACES “The
town planner needs to cater for a variety of levels of service for
public markets.” Discuss this statement by listing the seven main
categories of public markets and provide a brief description of the
main feature(s) of each of these categories. [14 MARKS]

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**Make a list of at least six current technological
practices that you consider to not be sustainable and explain why
you feel that way.**

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Please use at least 200 words to describe the following questions:

Evaluate the calibration of the PDT and ultrasonic sensor system by discussing the significance of: The maximum linear error in distance and the percent full-scale error.

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Discuss Two of the major hazards that employees working on scaffolds are exposed to, and what safety measures can be used to eliminate these hazards?

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Why does For order-of-magnitude information, it is practical to use correlations between cone penetration resistance and the standard penetration test?

Need explanation and step by step solution and without
plagrism

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I'm redesigning a library in facility planning

what is blocks and entities in facility planning?
I'm looking for examples.

how would I put this into a from-to chart?

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A W12x30 of A992 steel has an unbraced length of 10 feet. Using Cb=1.0, compute Lp and Lr and the flexural design strength, 0bMn.

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The country of Freelandia gained independence a few years ago and is mounting a major effort to promote new agricultural development in previously underdeveloped regions. A trucking operator in the town of K has previously been providing only local service. Now that a new major agricultural development program is under way, this operator is considering providing farm-to-market service to carry agricultural and other natural products from their origin in locality M to market at K. The distance is 150 miles (one way), with no intermediate major settlements. After discussions with the local agents of the producers at M, the trucker estimates that the demand function for shipments from M to K is

? = ? + ?_{0}? − ?_{1}P

where V is volume in tons per week, Q is frequency of shipments
(per week), P is price charged per ton, and a_{0},
a_{1}, and Z are parameters. Based upon an average
traveling speed of 30 miles per hour, plus a loading or unloading
time of 3 hours at each end, he estimates that he can manage at the
most one round trip every two days, so Q = 3 per week. He also
figures that his costs are related to the mileage he drives per
week; his total cost per week is:

?? = ?_{0} + ?_{1}?_{?}

where m_{T} = 300Q is the total round-trip mileage
driven and b_{0}and b_{1} are parameters. The truck
carries 15 tons. He is considering offering an initial frequency of
1 or 2 trips per week at a rate of $25.00 or $30.00 per ton. Assume
b_{0} = $270, b_{1} = $0.50, Z = 25, a_{0}
= 13, a_{1} = 1.

a. For these four combinations of frequency and price, what would be the tonnage carried, the gross revenues, the total cost, and the net revenue?

b. Which of the four options would be preferred by the operator if his objective where to maximize net revenue? To minimize costs? To maximize volume carried? Which option would be preferred by users (shippers)? Can both interests get their first choice simultaneously? If not, why not?

c. For the proposed service the predominant movement is from M to K; the amount of freight to be carried in the reverse direction is negligible. There is a possibility of picking additional cargo at D to go to M; this would incur a detour of 100 miles additional but could result in an additional load and source of revenue. Would it be profitable for this operator to make the detour? Discuss qualitatively

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60 cm diameter well is being pumped at a rate of 1360 litres/minute. measurements in a nearby test well were made at the same time as follows. At a distance of 6 m from the well being pumped, the drawdown was 6 m, and at 15 m the drawdown was 1.5 m. The bottom of the well is 90 m below the ground water table.

(a) Find out the coefficient of permeability.

(b) If all the observed points were on the Dupuit curve, what was the drawdown in the well during pumping?

(c) What is the sp. capacity of the well? (d) What is the rate at which water can be drawn from this well?

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A certain structural member of uniform cross section has its strain limited to 0.6mm/m. The member has a tensile strength of 29 MPa and is 8 m long.

a. Determine the smallest permissible diameter of the cross section if the cross section is circular.

b. Determine the smallest permissible measure of one side of the cross section if the cross section is a square

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