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Kaustubh Katdare
Kaustubh Katdare • Mar 1, 2011

Welcome To Civil & Structural Engineering Forum!

CEans,

We're happy to introduce a separate Civil & Structural Engineering section. Earlier, the Civil engineering section was clubbed with Mechanical engineering section and lot of CEans demanded that we separate those sections. We've therefore introduced Civil & Structural engineering section and renamed the Mechanical engineering section as 'Mechanical and Automobile' Engineering πŸ˜€

I'm sure our Civil CEans will contribute amazing ideas and knowledge in this section and help fellow engineers.
CIVILPRINCESS
CIVILPRINCESS • Mar 1, 2011
this is awesome news 😁

i'm sure this section will rock in the days to come 😁
Deepika Bansal
Deepika Bansal • Mar 1, 2011
Congratulations CE for the new section. Our CE is growing each day.😁
maria flor
maria flor • Mar 1, 2011
Thanks for this new section!!😁
Kaustubh Katdare
Kaustubh Katdare • Mar 1, 2011
It's Civil & Structural engineer's responsibility to fill this section with awesomeness πŸ‘
sarah_joy
sarah_joy • Mar 2, 2011
thank you big_K for giving a separate section for the Civil Ceans..
i hope civil ceans share their amazing thought here! πŸ‘
rajcivil2k6
rajcivil2k6 • Mar 3, 2011
That's good, but still i feel it should have been only "CIVIL ENGINEERING" because structure is part of Civil. Just a thought
ram 783
ram 783 • Mar 26, 2011
thanks to give us a new forum of civil engineering
ahmedhanif007
ahmedhanif007 • Jun 10, 2011
hey i m a newbie here...... hope to get loadz of info on civil frm here..... πŸ˜€
CIVILPRINCESS
CIVILPRINCESS • Jun 10, 2011
ahmedhanif007
hey i m a newbie here...... hope to get loadz of info on civil frm here..... πŸ˜€
welcome! πŸ˜€ do be active in the civil section and also introduce yourself here: CE - Introductions
Fred63
Fred63 • Aug 10, 2011
hope we can make a dent to our neighbors and communities specially to the poor ones, and we can share to our world for better living..
insane.nick
insane.nick • Dec 17, 2011
i want to tell you all the civil engineers now feel free to share some information.
Abood_ajmal
Abood_ajmal • Mar 8, 2012
i think there are only few active member's in Civil engineering Form
AvatarEngineer
AvatarEngineer • Mar 18, 2012
Hey guys! This site looks interesting so I'm looking forward to contributing in any way I can.

Please take a look at my first contribution to the forum. Hope you can see the fun in it πŸ˜€

https://www.crazyengineers.com/commu...eatest-engineers-of-all-time-card-game.52997/
Gizz
Gizz • Jun 22, 2012
hi.. i am also a newbie here. and i currently need some helpful information or tips about reinforced concrete design.. is there any idea as to where i can find these?
I require a detailed and actual process of how a building is designed with a real example of the design with drawings. e.g. how is it decided to go for a open footing or a pile foundation? The actual design of footings or piles, pile caps. Then the design of columns, beams, slabs, OH water tanks, staircases etc with actual examples and drawings etc. till the completed structural drawing is issued for execution at site.

With regards,
Gopal
(gopaldeshpande6@gmail.com)
aliasghar1366
aliasghar1366 • Sep 15, 2012
gopaldeshpande
I require a detailed and actual process of how a building is designed with a real example of the design with drawings. e.g. how is it decided to go for a open footing or a pile foundation? The actual design of footings or piles, pile caps. Then the design of columns, beams, slabs, OH water tanks, staircases etc with actual examples and drawings etc. till the completed structural drawing is issued for execution at site.

With regards,
Gopal
(gopaldeshpande6@gmail.com)
hi
i can help you to learn... but can't explain all these things here... whats your idea??? what way you propose to learn you how you should design a building?
Saiwal
Saiwal • Sep 16, 2012
hello everyone.
I'm very excited to be here. Hope to learn a lot from all of you.
anilmishra
anilmishra • Oct 3, 2012
We all Civil Engineers should start thinking & contributing our thoughts here in the forum about how we can help this forum grow and how & in what ways we all can contribute to this forum and make this useful to all our fellows.
anilmishra
We all Civil Engineers should start thinking & contributing our thoughts here in the forum about how we can help this forum grow and how & in what ways we all can contribute to this forum and make this useful to all our fellows.
I require a detailed and actual process of how a building is designed with a real example of the design with drawings. e.g. how is it decided to go for a open footing or a pile foundation? The actual design of footings or piles, pile caps. Then the design of columns, beams, slabs, OH water tanks, staircases etc with actual examples and drawings etc. till the completed structural drawing is issued for execution at site.If you can provide this one it can help me to a great extent.
difference between a peet valve, globe valve and gate valve
grades in PVC pipes
how is chisel energy of a rotary hydraulic rig calculated during drinning borehole for pile foundation?
hm20284
hm20284 • Oct 16, 2012
Yes. It was an excellent idea. I will try to contribute to this section/forum as much as I can.
I suggest everyone whom downloads an useful material/document or find a discussion of personal/particular interest, should be grateful to whom uploaded and shared the material/document or started the discussion by clicking on "Like" button, so all of us motivate ourselves and we try to keep spreading the knowledge.
I recently joined this forum hope i will be getting lots of information on civil structural quries..
suguna026
suguna026 • Jan 3, 2013
hi , i had register here on sep 2012 , and then i was bsy with my exams.. i m back now .. i m civil engineer 2nd yr student .. would like to meet new friend n information here..
Jakezee
Jakezee • Feb 17, 2013
Thanks a lot. Hope this will serve as a hub for CEans
Thanks a lot for creating a separate section for civil engineers.
Kaustubh Katdare
Kaustubh Katdare • Feb 25, 2013
Rijul Dhiman , Jakezee, suguna026 and akhouri - Good to know from you. Why not start discussions on various topics related to Civil engineering or participate in existing discussions? That'd be great way to learn and connect with others πŸ˜€
suguna026
suguna026 • Feb 25, 2013
The_Big_K
Rijul Dhiman , Jakezee, suguna026 and akhouri - Good to know from you. Why not start discussions on various topics related to Civil engineering or participate in existing discussions? That'd be great way to learn and connect with others πŸ˜€
i m still aving confusion using of this sitee ... dnt knw the func of each pages !! πŸ˜”
suguna026
suguna026 • Feb 25, 2013
actually , i wanna keep in touch here n wanna get information 4rm here n wanna make friendship with the wan in civil department !! but i could nt able to ...
I am a 1st year (civil) student. Please tell me about the important subjects in civil engineering?
Gizz
Gizz • Mar 7, 2013
The_Big_K
Rijul Dhiman , Jakezee, suguna026 and akhouri - Good to know from you. Why not start discussions on various topics related to Civil engineering or participate in existing discussions? That'd be great way to learn and connect with others πŸ˜€
I agree with you. There should be a discussion/thread for every particular topic related to Civil Engineering. I just wish there would be generous people(anyone in the field of CE) who're willing to share their thoughts.
pls provide me IRC-15-2011 by email at the earliest please........ by email
kmo1975
kmo1975 • Mar 4, 2014
Dear Kaustubh Katbare

It was my mistake to request a link of an e book here yesterday.
Dont hesitate to remove it as it is just a waste
of time.

Have a nice day
k
KimberlyMeyer
KimberlyMeyer • Apr 19, 2014
Congratulations to all Civil Engineer for the new section. Our CE grows each day and plays a significant role in all kind of environment.
prrasantth
prrasantth • Jul 22, 2014
gopaldeshpande
difference between a peet valve, globe valve and gate valve
We’ll start by looking at globe valves and ball valves. The main difference between these two types is the way they close. A globe valve uses a plug (stem) that closes against the flow, and a ball valve has a gate (ball) that closes across the flow. Globe valves are good for regulating flow, whereas ball valves are better for on/off control without pressure drop
Archananayak
Archananayak • Jan 15, 2015
I am a newbie here..hoping to get loadz of new ideas
maniesh kumar
maniesh kumar • Feb 15, 2015
hi this maniesh , doing civil eng . please some new projects topics for final related to structural and also in all civil stream
maniesh kumar
maniesh kumar • Feb 15, 2015
please tell some civil engineering projects topics in structural and in all civil stream. give some information abt latest technologies in construction of high rise structures
Rachel25
Rachel25 • Jul 5, 2015
Kaustubh Katdare
CEans, We're happy to introduce a separate Civil & Structural Engineering section. Earlier, the Civil engineering section was clubbed with Mechanical engineering section and lot of CEans demanded that we separate those sections. We've therefore introduced Civil & Structural engineering section and renamed the Mechanical engineering section as 'Mechanical and Automobile' Engineering πŸ˜€ I'm sure our Civil CEans will contribute amazing ideas and knowledge in this section and help fellow engineers.
moeenakhter
moeenakhter • Jul 24, 2015
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moeenakhter
moeenakhter • Jul 24, 2015
Dear admin why are you deleting my comments
Kaustubh Katdare
Kaustubh Katdare • Jul 24, 2015
moeenakhter
Dear admin why are you deleting my comments
Because you were warned multiple times of spamming. Further spamming would lead to permanent ban on your account.
moeenakhter
moeenakhter • Jul 30, 2015
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Kaustubh Katdare
Because you were warned multiple times of spamming. Further spamming would lead to permanent ban on your account.
sorry kaustubh
Rkreddy
Rkreddy • Aug 27, 2015
Hi am RAVI ..can u olz tel me what is the qualification for to become a Tekla moduler or BIM design engineer.. And is any possibility to move to moduler from detailing .....plz share and improve knowledge.....
Rahul Leslie
Rahul Leslie • Jan 13, 2016
Dear Gizz (post #15) & Gopal (post #20),
You may follow the slide show on "Modelling Building Frame with STAAD.Pro & ETABS" (
) to learn the basics of building modelling.
For seismic, follow the link on the last page of the above slide show.

Rahul Leslie
can any one give me idea regarding uses procedure of fly ash in Railway embankment. Plz also suggest how can i use fly ash/bottom ash in Railway embankment ,
Has any one heard about optical translucent concrete??? Does anyone know correct ratio to make a 1' block of it
I tried to make it but I failed.I think so my water mix ratio is not correct.
H DEEPAK KUMAR
H DEEPAK KUMAR • Mar 29, 2016
HI
I have a doubt that as a civil designer in future, which course is preferable
I mean staad r Etabs
rkr19091981
rkr19091981 • May 18, 2016
hi guys, i am writing a code for static analysis of portal frames. the intention is to put some point loads on the structure and analyse it to get the response. could some one explain how to consider the self weight of structure in the analysis.
Hi i am interested in learning a lot from u peoples

I'm doing some charity work that involves putting a wire rope under tension between Β  8x16 cinder block walls. non filled with red brick facing
I can't find anything down and dirty on this subject.
Can someone point me in the correct direction?

Specs.
>12" block walls
>distance between walls is 60'
>load on cable is 350# max. with possible doubling of weight due to shock.
> plan to sandwich blocks between steel plates with eye bolt thruΒ center.
> 3/32 DIA. coated wire rope.

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