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Is structure engineering troubling you?
Do you face problems in solving even the basic problems?

If yes then look no further as engineeringcivil.com along with Er. Gobind Khurana and Er. Abhimanyu has taken an initiative to help civil engineering students in structure related queries. We are thankful to Er. Gobind Khurana, Er. Abhimanyu and Vincent T. H. CHU for being a volunteer in helping other engineers in solving problems related to structure design in R.C.C and Steel.

Expert 1
Name – Er. Gobind Khurana
Qualification:
1. Bachelor of Civil Engineering From Thapar University Patiala
2. Master of Structure Engineering from Delhi University.
Work Profile: Currently working as Consultant for structural problems in R.C.C and STEEL Design.

Expert 2
Name – Er. Abhimanyu
Qualification:
Bachelor of Civil Engineering From Thapar University Patiala
Training at site in Unitech ( during 6 month summer training)
Work Profile : Presently working as associate design engineer for Fluor Daniel India Pvt Ltd. Area of work is structural steel design and concrete foundations for both static and dynamics analysis ( mainly in oil and gas industry)

Expert 3
Er. Vincent T. H. CHU obtained the degree of civil and structural engineering in the University of Hong Kong. He is the author of the monthly column “The Civil FAQ” in the Hong Kong Engineer published by the Hong Kong Institution of Engineers and is the author of the civil engineering monthly columns “The Civil Q&A” and “The Civil Corner” on the websites on World Federation of Engineering Organization and the University of Science and Technology (American Society of Civil Engineers – International Student Group) respectively. He is the recipient of the Ombudsman’s Award 2007 under complaint-related category and Young Engineer of the Year Award 2008 (Merit) organized by the Hong Kong Institution of Engineers. He is also the author of the engineering book “200 Question and Answers on Practical Civil Engineering Works”, “Civil Engineering Practical Notes A-Z” , “Ask Vincent Chu (Common FAQ on Practical Civil Engineering Works)” and “The Underlying Reasons in Practical Civil Engineering Works”.

So if you have any query regarding the concerned matter, just drop a comment and we will try to solve it as soon as possible.

3,720 comments on "Ask An Expert"

Tarimo Godfrey says:

I need a help in problem statement of my final year project title, state Investigation of optimal rebar diameter for residential slabs.

sahan lakmal says:

What is the contribution of ‘attrition’, ‘abrasion’ & ‘crushing’ into the Los Angeles Abrasion Value?

SOHAIB GULAM HYDER KHAN says:

Hello sir ,, I want ask that , how much iron rod need to be expose from slab level for column (pillar) raising when

seema says:

Please tell me
what will Pros and Cons for if DPR Consultant and Supervision Consultants will be same

Feyzi says:

Hello there, we would like to ask a question about NPU profiles. The question is, what would the suitable NPU profile to use be for an opening of 5.7 meters between two rails? We are considering to use either NPU 40 or NPU 65 but we’re also open to other advices as well.

M L SHARMA says:

Hi.. Please let me know what happens if my contractor uses 9″x15″ sized farma for casting columns of size 9″x12″..since the same size Farma was not available in market..and what if one of more column are not in proper vertical line (not in sawal)…Thanks..

Prasad.CH says:

What is the minimum compressive strength for concrete used in a foundation wall that will be exposed to weather?

adeshina says:

please i need help am supervising my Brother project i discover that the welder use 12mm fir short pillar instead of 16mm bcos the building is going to 2 storey and the german floor has been done what should we do ..please help

Denise says:

Design a concrete mix which is already solved by using Eprical Formulas according to ACI and TS and compate the results.

Sathish Samprathi says:

Dear Sir,
A room and the roof is RCC slab were built 12 years back with 4 inch wall on all side. on the second floor of my house.
The area of the slab is 54 Square feet roughly
Two adjacent four inch walls rest on a 9 inch wall till ground( in L shape).

The ground floor building is 40 year old with no pillar construction only supported by 6 layer foundation and the first floor is 25 year old walls.
Above this rooms RCC slab (built 12 years back and suporting 1500 liters of water tank till date) now i have placed a 5000 liter water tank. i.e. Sintex Double layered 5000 litre Overhead tank for my house. The filled water tank weight could come upto 5100KG (assuming density of water @997Kg per cubic meter.

Will the structure explained above withstand this STATIC loading from the 5000 liter water tank or should I reinforce with some steel structures. Please offer your expert comments.

Laxminarayan Swain says:

Sir I want to know whether joint of two pieces are allowed in the vertical member of a wooden door frames

Chandan Kumar says:

Sir How to calculate Backfilling soil in Revetment Wall-RRM

Bryan says:

how to manually design a slab with openings for stairs?

Krishna Gurjar says:

I am designing a slab and my doubt is ‘can we take different thicknesses of slab in different room lying in same floor’.

Danish says:

My house has a concrete beam of 30 feet length 9inch wide and 13 inch depth which supports a roof of 12×30 feet and a slab of 3 feet. Can I have the same roof structure on a similar beam on first floor. Pls guide me.

Dhanamjayarao B says:

Sir Anyone can give clarification about AAC BLOCKS and Ordinary Cement bricks which is the best for building construction and cost saving method.

peach says:

Can someone tell me- which is the wring about the failure pattern for wall beams without openings and openings in the span?

Graham says:

How to design a simply supported rectangular beam as a prestressed beam of class 1, concrete grade C35, minimum cement content of 300kg/m3, young modulus of elasticity 27kn/mm2. 15.2 mm 7 wire standard strand with tensile strength of 1700N/mm2. Y8. 2 hours fire resistance and moderate exposure. Expected loss of prestress is 25%. Prestress type is pretensioning. Imposed load is 15kn/m. Design using British standard.

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