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ACCA 2016press communication: new product distribution systemThe Edificius Architectural BIM design software, the PriMus cost estimating and BoQ software, together with EdiLus, the structural engineering and calculation software, have been downloaded and used by hundreds of thousands of professionals using the Free UPP distribution system.During these years’, customers have asked us for increasingly performing and convenient software, but with a well-defined cost.By answering these needs, ACCA has come up with new solutions for 2016.As from June 2016, we’ll be launching the new Edificius, the first 3D Architectural BIM Design software integrated with real-time rendering and the new ACCA softwaresales distribution...
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Dear Engineers,I know this topic must have been discussed a lot here as well as elsewhere.But I would like to know any specific thumb rules to estimate the structural steel quantity in terms of kg/m2 or kg/m3 for various buildings like sheds -with/without cranes, pipe racks, heavy process structures etc.Can anyone post any help over this?RegardsSumukhStatistics: Posted by sumukhm39 — Wed Jul 27, 2016 6:13 am
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helloI am doing an ANSYS Workbench simulation with static structural analysis. I am trying to replicate an increase in volume of a first layer of two-layer cantilever beam. The thickness of both the layers are same and is about 300µm. The cantilever is a sort of chemical sensor. When the analyte is reacted with the first layer of the cantilever there will be an increase in volume. To simulate this in ANSYS I have organised both the layers at different temperatures thus providing a gradient between them. It now works similar to a bimorph cantilever.This should usually result in a...
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Hello Sir and Madam,Attach here with this post is a rebar drawing. From what I saw at the site there are four steel bat tied up together with stirrups to form a rectangular. However, from what I see on the drawing there are only 3 long steel bar with another smaller steel in between the bottom two bar. Am I reading the drawing correctly?Statistics: Posted by dibben07 — Sun May 29, 2016 4:45 pm
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