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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.

Comments
  • Alisha jamal March 29, 2018 at 12:42 pm

    My doubt is related to bridge design.my project is about design of a bridge.its just 12 m span bridge.is it possible to design this bridge without a pier in between.bridge is just provided for turning of KSRTC buses

  • Pinku Roy March 30, 2018 at 7:26 am

    As an owner which one I should prefer while buying a flat based on construction type. Please tell me which is a better option, whether to go for a building that has MIVAN architecture or a one that is used with AAC blocks and why?

    Thank you!

  • tellie betan March 30, 2018 at 11:50 am

    i have a problem on where to place columns if i have a flower-like floor plan; 5 circles and a circle with same diameter as those 5 circles at the center, and a circumscribed circle to the whole floor plan

  • MIR MAHBOOB ALI ADIL April 8, 2018 at 10:19 am

    Whether a structure withstand with hinge supports because in Etabs 2015 structure is passing without any failure

  • Prashant Palankar April 16, 2018 at 2:11 am

    I wanted 2 know about bubble deck slab design as iam doing my final year project on that…..

  • mohd nafees April 26, 2018 at 8:24 am

    sir, how to make m50 grade of concrete using admixture.
    this is my project tittle also send the relevant document.

  • dinesh May 3, 2018 at 3:09 am

    Dear sir,
    In acceptance criteria of concrete as per latest amendment 4 of is 456. What is the meaning of one shift for 4 cu.mt, three shift for 27 cu.mtand six shift for 75 cu.mt concrete on site.

  • Aswini Baral May 8, 2018 at 1:44 pm

    Sir , plz upload the recommended mix design for roof , slab, column, beam and others.

  • suresh May 23, 2018 at 3:38 am

    for a cantilever beam if we remove propping from free end what will happen?

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