شيت اكسل لحساب كميات الحديد بسهوله

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شيت اكسل  لحساب كميات الحديد بسهوله

السلام عليكم ورحمة الله وبركاته
اهلا ومرحبا بكم اعضاء وزائرى مدونة الشامل الهندسية
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Steel Buildings

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Steel Buildings

With today’s structural steel framing, grace, art and function can come together in almost limitless ways; steel construction offers new solutions and opportunities, allowing architects to stretch their imagination and actually create some of the most challenging structures they have designed in their minds. What was oncethought impossible is now a reality.


Geometric Design of Highways and Streets 6 Edition

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Geometric Design of Highways and Streets 6 Edition


Highway engineers, as designers, strive to meet the needs of highway users while maintaining the integrity 
of the environment. unique combinations of design controls and constraints that are often conflicting 

call for unique design solutions. A Policy on Geometric Design of Highways and Streets provides guidance 
based on established practices that are supplemented by recent research. This document is also intended 
as a comprehensive reference manual to assist in administrative, planning, and educational efforts 
pertaining to design formulation.



Design values are presented in this document in both metric and u.S. customary units and were developed 
independently within each system. The relationship between the metric and u.S. customary values is 

neither an exact (soft) conversion nor a completely rationalized (hard) conversion; and the use of brackets 
around u.S. Customary values does not indicate as in some AASHTO publications that these are soft 
conversions. The metric values are those that would have been used had the policy been presented exclusively 
in metric units; the u.S. customary values are those that would have been used if the policy had 
been presented exclusively in u.S. customary units. Therefore, the user is advised to work entirely in one
system and not attempt to convert directly between the two.


Concrete Design for the Civil PE and Structural SE Exams

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Concrete Design for the Civil PE and Structural SE Exams

I have written this book primarily for engineers who are studying to take the NCEES 16-hr structural engineering (SE) exam or the structural depth section of the NCEES civil Principles and Practice of Engineering (PE) exam. The civil PE and SE exams—even the breadth section of the civil PE exam—often contain structural questions that go beyond the basics.
 This book provides a more thorough review for those who want to be prepared for all questions in concrete design. It is also suitable as a reference for students taking introductory
courses in reinforced or prestressed concrete.


Each chapter in this book treats a different topic. If 
you only want to brush up on a few specific subjects, 

you may want to study only those particular chapters. 

However, later chapters frequently build on concepts 
and information that have been set out in earlier chapters, 
and the book is most easily studied by reading the 
chapters in order.

The civil PE and SE exams are open book, so it is a 
very good idea as you study to mark pages in both ACI 

318 and this book that contain important information, 

such as tables, graphs, and commonly used equations, 
for quick reference during the exam. (Some states don’t  
allow removable tabs in books brought into the exam. 
Check with your state board, or use permanent tabs.) 
Become as familiar as possible with this book and with 
ACI 318. Remember that preparation and organization 
are as important to passing the PE and SE exams as 
knowledge is



Structural Analysis and Design Tall buildings

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BUILDING MATERIALS



During the last 12 years the Structural Engineering Department at Dar Al-Handasah has
designed 45 mixed-use tall buildings in different Arab countries. The designed towers are
primarily made of reinforced concrete and vary in height from 80m (22 floors) to 590m (85
floors). This paper summarizes the tall buildings structural design experience gained by the
structural design team. The tall buildings projects designed by the department are outlined
and the static and the dynamic characteristics of these buildings are compared with those of
some of the tallest buildings in the world

Construction Management of Steel Construction - Sheduling Estimating Modules

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Construction Management of Steel Construction 

 Sheduling Estimating Modules

The construction of structural steel is fast paced. On-site construction time is reduced relative to
other systems by fabricating steel components prior to erection. Steel may also be erected in all
seasons, which provides scheduling flexibility for the overall project. The reduction of on-site time
along with scheduling flexibility can ultimately lead to significant savings in general conditions
and financing costs.

The fabrication of steel components requires careful planning and close coordination among the
various parties. Shop drawing approval, ordering of material, erection planing, fabrication,
delivery, and erection activities need to be well orchestrated to ensure a streamlined, delay free
process. The preparation of a proper schedule of structural steel activities and integration of this
schedule into the overall project schedule are important activities in planning for structural steel
construction.
The intent of this portion of the manual is to provide students with an understanding of scheduling
structural steel construction by 1) defining the usual structural steel activities, 2) presenting
information on sequencing and durations, and 3) discussing scheduling methods which are used in
preparing the structural steel schedule. In addition, a discussion of methods for avoiding delays in
structural steel is presented.
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