Building and construction industry is one of the fastest growing sectors not only in India but also throughout the globe. It serves as the backbone of our country`s economy and offers job opportunities to several of people, although only next to agriculture.Building Team—architects, engineers, contractors, and building owners/developers. Each issue provide the industry story on the process of how significant projects get built, from how Building Teams solve problems and deliver a project on time and on budget to the products and services that enable them to achieve their goals.
- Epcworld asked 2 months ago
The following questionnaire survey is being conducted in order to identify, quantify, analyse the risks associated for a particular construction project in order to carry out risk management process effectively. The questionnaire is designed by considering the various possible factors which may have a certain (+ve or –ve) impact on a construction project. All these questions were cautiously chosen and made sure that these answers do also help in the further proceeding for risk quantification and analysis part.
- appihemu asked 8 months ago
Hi I am looking for training videos(either dvd or online downloadable course) that is presented by english speakers, I have found some other courses available in english but done by Indian speakers, no offense meant but I have trouble understanding the person speaking, I was wondering if anyone knows of any good video training on dvd or online?
Thanks for any help.
- MrTech100 asked 9 months ago
I have a problem in solve a simple curve problem. Here is the problem..
Two tangents intersect at a chainage of 1000 m, the deflection angle being 36°.The length of the long chord is 133.52 m and the chainage of T2 is 2065.61m. Find the Chainage of T1 and Radius of curve.
Now the point is that when I try to find T1 by this formula:
T1 = Total Chainage - Tangent Length.
Tangent Length found to be 70.2m and Radius = 216.04m , therefore
T1 = 1000 - 70.2 = 929.8m
But But when I try to verify my result using length of curve formula
length of curve = 135.47
So T1 = T2 - length of curve
T1 = 2065.61 - 135.4 = 1929.08 So the difference is about 1000m which is the total chainage. Some one told me that it has to do with dependency. Please anyone help me in solving this problem. May be my Radius is not correct. Some one please help me. Thank you in advance..
- blue_birds47 asked 11 months ago
Are there any tutorials available for creating a four road intersection using the intersection tool in Civil 3D? Civil 3D intersection tool helps in creating a three road intersection, but it doesn't create curb return profiles for a four intersection. The curb return profiles are not automatically created with the intersection tool thereby giving errors.
I work as a CAD Manager at URCADServices. URCADServices provides a range of CAD drafting services for Civil Engineering Projects including Construction Drawings, 3D rendering, 3D walkthrough animation.
- URCADServices asked 12 months ago
Hello everybody, i'm an infrastructure engineer working for about 4 years now. I'm going to study about road structures now on. So please give me your advice witch software would be the best right now, about design a calculation for walls, cantilevers, etc. Consider it to be user friendly and almost BIM too. Thanks in advance!
- andysvision asked 1 year ago
Please, I want to know the name of book, magazines o internet article, where I can get with all details, how to calculate the curves of cutter dredges in several concentrations.
Please, I have the idea but I want to have a reliable and exact method.
Who can help me , please....
- TOPOVENEZUELA asked 1 year ago
Hi every one, ln steel structures, is it possible to make elastic analysis, got elastic forces and design by plastic method ? I mean use elastic forces multiplyied by load factors and cmplete design with AISC LFRD equatinos! Elastic analysis instead of plastic analysis for LFRD. Thanks in advance
- Abuzriba asked 1 year ago
Though the concepts of BIM or Model-Based Design are the same, it’s true that Building Information Modelling (BIM) has its roots in architecture and there is an assumption that the benefits are applicable to architects and only relevant to building design and construction. Assuming that BIM is the future, then would the benefits provided by BIM technology be utilized for infrastructure design pojects using Civil 3D, 12d Model and Bentley InRoads?
- URCADServices asked 1 year ago
Hello Friends, I have recently purchased a plot and intending to start the house construction shortly The total 8 cents plot is equally shared by my friend. Now I seek your valuable suggestions on which portion of the plot would be the ideal one to choose. My friend's plot would be vacant and he would sell the empty plot after a period Below is the link to view the sketch of the plot in discussion Please do spare some time and share your comments
Thank you Raja firstname.lastname@example.org
- Raja asked 1 year ago
Hi There, I am looking for some help on RRC column sizes for a Four Storey building. Can some one provide the below details.
- What should be the column size ?
- Thickness and the count of steel bars in them
Thanks in Anticipation ~Juber
- Jubr asked 1 year ago
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