GENERAL PROVISIONS FOR THE DESIGN OF REINFORCED CONCRETE MEMBERS

4 Comments

“Feel the Structure” MSA This blog is dedicated to those who is a beginner in the field of reinforced cement concrete.It will help them to gather key note for RCC design,detailing & site execution. Before designing reinforced cement concrete(RCC) structural members, it is essential to know the environmental factors in which designed member will be […]

SPREAD SHEET FOR THE DESIGN OF DOG LEGGED RCC STAIRCASE

2 Comments

“Feel the structure” MSA Attached here is the ultimate excel sheet for the design of dog legged staircase in reinforced cement concrete(RCC). Download excel sheet for the design of staircase from the below mentioned link. DOWNLOAD EXCEL SHEET FOR THE DESIGN OF DOG LEGGED STAIRCASE Thanks Mohammad Sohel Akhtar(MSA) (Structural Engineer)

EXCEL SHEET FOR THE DESIGN OF REINFORCED CEMENT CONCRETE (RCC) SLAB

3 Comments

“Feel the structure” MSA Attached here is ultimate excel sheet for the design of slab as per IS-456-2000. Here, you will find input as well as output data in the same sheet and same has been clearly stated inside the this incredible sheet. Download spread sheet/excel sheet for the design of slab from the below […]

EXAMPLE ON ANALYSIS OF 2-SPAN CONTINUOUS BEAM BY MOMENT DISTRIBUTION METHOD(MDM) – EXAMPLE, SERIES(II)

2 Comments

“Feel the structure” MSA Download here an attached example solved for two span continuous beam by moment distribution method. In this example, a two span continuous beam in which one span is with uniformly distributed load and another span is loaded by a point load at center. In this example, far end is fixed. Download […]

HOW TO MAKE CAREER IN STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING

2 Comments

“Feel the structure” MSA Note: This Blog is for those civil engineers who want to make career in Structural Designing of buildings This is a high time to share with you a very vital information for a beautiful career in structural engineering. Essentially you need to be civil engineer. If you are M.Tech in structural […]

DOWNLOAD FREE EXCEL SHEET FOR THE DESIGN OF ISOLATED FOOTING

0 Comments

“Feel the structure” MSA Hello Friends! Here is the attachment of verified excel sheet based on IS 456-2000 for the design of isolated footing. Download Excel for the design of isolated footing from below link. DOWNLOAD EXCEL SHEET FOR THE DESIGN OF ISOLATED FOOTING This is easiest way to work. Only you should put your […]

DOWNLOAD FREE EXCEL SHEET FOR THE DESIGN OF COMBINED FOOTING WITH EQUAL OVERHANG

0 Comments

“Feel the structure” MSA Hello! Dear friends, in continuation of previous blog in which i have shared one of the most valuable excel sheet for the design of isolated footing. Now i am going to share another most valuable excel sheet for the design of combined footing.It is verified.Just download it & enjoy. Download Excel […]

EXCEL SHEET FOR THE DESIGN OF RCC BEAM AS PER IS456-2000 WITH DEFLECTION CHECK

3 Comments

“Feel the structure” MSA This treasure having an attachment of excel sheet for the design of RCC beam with defection check with modification factors in IS456:2000 with empirical formula (Mentioned in SP-24) instead taking result from fig-4 &5 of IS456:2000 which is tedious and lot of interpolation is required.  Dear friends and junior civil engineers […]

THINGS TO KEEP IN MIND FOR STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS & DESIGNING OF BUILDING

2 Comments

“Feel the structure” MSA Hello! Structural Engineering Fraternity        I am a Structural Engineer. My main work frame is to analyse & design simple to complex structure. I encourage many young civil engineers who have just passed out  from college and want to make a career in Structural Engineering.Also, my blogs will work […]

DIFFERENCE BETWEEN PRE-ENGINEERED STEEL BUILDING & CONVENTIONAL STEEL BUILDING

0 Comments

“Feel the structure” MSA Hello friends! Here i have tried to to provide you a key comparison between Pre -Engineered Steel Building(PEB) and Conventional Steel Building(CSB) and today’s dominance of using PEB over CSB and it can be more understood from the literature that i have explained with simple figures.           […]