Why stiffness modifier value is higher for column than beam?

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Total Views : 11 , Today Views : 4  The pattern and extent of cracks will vary substantially from structure to structures and members to members even in a similar structure. It is very difficult to assign the unique values of the stiffness modifiers for different members. The values which are suggested in…

Temperature Load E-Tabs v/s Safe

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Total Views : 83 , Today Views : 35  1. E-Tabs A- Temperature load give linear strain ,the same below and up the slab , represent the difference in temperature gradually during year B- Straining actions obtained from applying temperature load mainly in plane stresses for (slabs and beams ) and out of…

My Observation and Experiences of Covid-19

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Total Views : 70 , Today Views : 16  I Thank Wholeheartedly to Vivek Abhyankar Sir for Suggesting me to write about this pandemic and experiences Positive impacts of the Covid-19 : – I’m currently living in Bihar, India. As per my observation Every incident has two aspects, positive and negative. I was…

Variation of Wind Velocity with Height

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Total Views : 318 , Today Views : 26  The roughness of the earth’s surface which causes drag, converts some of the wind’s energy into mechanical turbulence. Since turbulence is generated at the surface, surface wind speed is much less than wind speed at high levels. Turbulence includes vertical as well as horizontal…

Second Order Moments in Columns

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Total Views : 678  The column must support additional moment created by the column axial load acting on the deformed column, also known as second-order moments. There are two types of second-order moments related to the P-delta effects shown in the attached figure : 1 second-order moments due to translation of…