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Computer Analysis & Reinforced Concrete Design of Beams

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Computer Analysis & Reinforced Concrete Design of Beams
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Publisher: Fadzter Media
Number of pages: 129

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This project deals with the creation of a computer application that analyzes and designs structural beams. The project also aims at emphasizing the importance of computers in the solution of everyday engineering problems. The program developed analyzes one, two and three-span beams and includes a module for the design of reinforced concrete beams. This program was created using the relatively new Actionscript language.

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