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    How To Find The Derivation Of 0.42D Bent Up Bar

    How to Find the Derivation of 0.42D Bent up Bar In this article I will find the Derivation of 0.42d |what is the Crank Length of Bent up Bar |How to Find the Derivation of 0.42D Bent up Bar. How to Find the Derivation of 0.42D Bent up Bar Does anybody, know what is the length of a 45° bent-up…

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  • Architectural Engineering

    What are The causes of building cracks

    What are the causes of building cracks? In This Article, I will discuss What are The Causes of building cracks introduced Of Cracking and the Causes of Cracks, The Size of cracks | Shapes of cracks. What are The Causes of building cracks Introduction of cracking Structures and alternative erected structures are moving all the time, however, typically these movements…

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  • Quantity Surveying

    How To Calculate The Concrete for Retaining Wall

    Calculate The Concrete for Retaining Wall     In this article, I explain What is the Retaining wall, How to calculate the concrete volume of Retaining wall types of Retaining walls. What is the Retaining wall? A Retaining wall structure designed and created to resist the lateral pressure of soil, once there is the specified modification in ground elevation that…

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  • Land Surveying

    Layout of Structures in Civil Engineering

    Layout of Structures In Civil Engineering   Today in this article, I will explain the layout of the structure in civil engineering in simple wording and then easy to understand| Layout of Structures in Civil Engineering The layout is the topic of land surveying. land surveying is the most important in any field like civil engineering mechanical engineering or any…

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  • Civil Engineering

    Resection Method in Civil & Land Surveying

    Resection Method in Surveying  A- The method of locating a point P from at least three known points K, L, and M without having occupied the known points is called resection. B- In this system, only the point to be determined is occupied, and the angles between the known stations are measured. C- A minimum of three known points is required…

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