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Splicing

04/29/2016 by Anonymous Poster
my question is i have a span of 27 meters footing tie beam and the available deformed bars here is from 6 meters up to 12 meters only.how can i splice...
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Last comment 05/04/2016 by Codemaster
 

How to Connect Waste Pipes from Toilets on Several Levels

04/27/2016 by piolenc
I'm designing my own future house, which will have toilets on three levels, and of course I want to consolidate the waste pipes into a single septic t...
Views: 558, Comments: 27
Last comment 04/29/2016 by old salt
 

End Your Day With A Bang!

04/19/2016 by RAMConsult
Some of these are truly works of art! There's about 30 minutes of planned demolitions so grab your choice of beverage and turn up the volume.
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Last comment 05/03/2016 by James Stewart
 

Road Making

04/12/2016 by protectsystems2004
can I know the flexural and compression strength of a highway road both asphalt and concrete based ones
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Last comment 04/13/2016 by Anonymous Poster
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Plant & Facilities Engineering

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Global Corrosion Costs Reach $2.5 Trillion Annually

04/22/2016 by Engineering360 eNewsletter
From pipelines to water treatment plants and airplanes to bridges, the annual global cost of corrosion is $2.5 trillion. A study by the trade associa...
Views: 104, Comments: 1
Last comment 04/25/2016 by Neiljohn

Revised Standard for Rotating Electrical Equipment Repair

03/26/2016 by Engineering360 eNewsletter
The Electrical Apparatus Service Association (EASA) has updated its Recommended Practice for the Repair of Rotating Electrical Apparatus. The update...
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Last comment 03/27/2016 by suresh sharma

3D Printing Advances Yield New Possibilities on the Plant Floor

03/13/2016 by Engineering360 eNewsletter
As 3D printing technology evolves, so too do applications in manufacturing. HP is entering the fray with a new line of 3D printers that use a proc...
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GEA's Global HVAC Technology Blog

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New High Efficiency Refrigerants for Low Pressure Chillers

04/13/2016 by geanorm
A potential drop-in replacement for R-123 in water chiller applications was proposed recently by Chemours, the American chemical company that was spun...
Pathfinder Tags: centrifugal compressors chillers gwp HFO New Refrigerants ...
Views: 163, Comments: 1
Last comment 04/13/2016 by tcmtech

America's Most Trusted HVAC Brand

03/30/2016 by geanorm
For the second consecutive year, Trane ranks highest in trust among Heating and Air Conditioning System Brands according to Lifestory Research 2016 Am...
Pathfinder Tags: hvac industry purchasing trends
Views: 161, Comments: 6
Last comment 03/31/2016 by Brave Sir Robin

Manufacturer's Salary Survey Tells All

03/17/2016 by geanorm
More than 900 executives and managers of U.S. manufacturing companies responded to the 2016 Industry Week Salary Survey. Among the more interesting fi...
Pathfinder Tags: Business Profits engineering expertise Manufacturing Consultants trends
Views: 238, Comments: 1
Last comment 03/18/2016 by Malcolm Stephen
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HVAC Blog

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VFD Technology Drives HVAC Efficiency

03/24/2016 by Engineering360 eNewsletter
Operating motors at reduced speed and horsepower to meet actual load conditions is an integral part of evolving HVAC codes and standards. The need to...
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Heat Transfer Basics Keep Cooling Towers Running

02/28/2016 by Engineering360 eNewsletter
Considering how critical cooling towers are for heat transfer in facilities, one would think that they are carefully maintained. But often the lack o...
Views: 142, Comments: 1
Last comment 02/29/2016 by horace40

Zone in on HVAC Zoning

12/02/2015 by Engineering360 eNewsletter
Zoning offers huge opportunities for HVAC contractors, but it takes a lot of thinking and labor to implement it correctly. As a result, zoning remain...
Views: 226, Comments: 0
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Building & Design Blog

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Fire Can't Crack New Concrete

03/18/2016 by Engineering360 eNewsletter
Concrete is one of the oldest building materials known to man. It also loses its structural integrity when exposed to fire. But Engineering360 report...
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Last comment 03/22/2016 by James Stewart

The Eshima Ohashi Bridge

03/07/2016 by Chelsey H
If you're looking for an interesting experience while traveling through Japan you might want to travel along the Eshima Ohashi Bridge! Imag...
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Last comment 03/22/2016 by phoenix911

Dubai's Towering Inferno Kindles Cladding Fears

02/20/2016 by Engineering360 eNewsletter
A New Year's Eve fire which broke out in a 63-story Dubai hotel high-rise has heated up the debate over the popular utilization of polyurethane and a...
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Last comment 02/22/2016 by Mr. small
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Construction Tools & Equipment

62 blog entries, 347 comments (0 Viewing)

Flat-top Cranes Tower Over the Competition

02/16/2016 by Engineering360 eNewsletter
Commercial building crews constructing mega-sized high rises will get a lift out of a new generation of upgraded flat-top tower cranes, or so Interna...
Views: 102, Comments: 0

Big Excavator Runs on Rubber

01/16/2016 by Engineering360 eNewsletter
A new Tier IV-compliant wheeled excavator is now available to contractors who regularly require their machines to traverse finished asphalt roadbeds...
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Blasting the Tower Blocks

11/16/2015 by Engineering360 eNewsletter
The Tarfside Oval tower blocks in Glasgow were nearly entirely leveled recently in a controlled, timed demo implosion to make way for a planned £5 mi...
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How Would You Fix It? Garage Foundation

08/27/2014 posted in Workbench Creations
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The photos below are of a pre-1900 building that was most recently used as a garage. As you can see, there is a problem with the foundation. A plan f...
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Caption This for 06/14/13

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This week's image: Be sure to vote for your favorite caption! Thanks to Usbport for submitting this image.
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November 13, 1927 – The Holland Tunnel Opens

11/13/2009 posted in "On This Day" In Engineering History
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On this day in engineering history, the first of 51,694 vehicles drove through the Holland Tunnel, a dual-tube structure that passes beneath the H...
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DIY Grape Arbor (Part 1)

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Prepare for the Juan De Fuca Disaster

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Houston, We Have a Problem: Our City is Sinking!

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