Sun.Oct 06, 2019

What is Lateral Torsional Buckling in Beams?

The Constructor

Lateral torsional buckling is a buckling phenomenon observed in unrestrained beams. When a beam subjected to loads results in both lateral. Structural Engineering Causes of Lateral Deflection in Beams Factors Affecting Lateral Torsional Buckling in Beams lateral torsional buckling in beams

Dodge: Owners, contractors have different ideas of what makes multi-site work successful

Construction Dive

When owners orchestrate work at many locations at once under a single construction program, communication is vital, but a new study points out several areas in which contractors and owners need better alignment

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What is Plum Concrete | Application | Mix Design | Methodology

CivilJungle

What is Plum Concrete? In some mass concrete foundations, boulders of say 150 mm size up to 30% of the total quantity of concrete, are mixed in the wet concrete. This adds to economics and saves heat generation. Such concretes are called plum concretes.

The Marvels of Kinstone

Natural Building

If you ever travel near Kinstone outside of Fountain City, Wisconsin it is worth a stop to visit this marvelous site. Kinstone is a 30-acre haven of peaceful beauty filled with stone sculpture, natural buildings, restored native prairie, oak savanna and spectacular views over the Mississippi River.

You Can't Improve Construction Safety from Inside a Filing Cabinet

How mobile technology can mitigate risk, save money, and provide a competitive advantage.

French National Architects' Group Fined $1.6 Million in Fee-Fix Scheme

ENR Construction

Government cites strong-arm enforcement, but design registration group will appeal, claiming approach was set up to prevent fee dumping