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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
  • Faustin Gacinya September 11, 2020 at 10:32 am

    what are the tolerance error in setting out of building.
    especially when you measure diagonal of room

  • Imtiaz September 11, 2020 at 10:37 am

    Explain the elements and terms of the contract.

  • Tayyab Rafi September 11, 2020 at 12:43 pm

    I have a question regarding the feasibility of installation of solar panels on a flat roof constructed by double tee beams.
    The solar panel carries weight about 50lb and weight of ballast is determined considering wind flowing at 81mph to be 112lb, hence they together put 50+112=162lb. Now let’s say if I am installing 100 panels, the dead load will be 162×100 = 16200lb. Now please tell me how I am supposed to know the behavior of double tee beam. Whether it can withstand this much amount of load or not? I would be pleased if someone provides me a reference of relevant book.

  • Vikram September 23, 2020 at 9:29 am

    What is the minimum structure required for a G+2 home? Is the below fine?

    1. Column Pillar: 16mm 4 main rods, 12mm 4 rods and 8 mm stirrups. Size 6×18 inches

    2. Plinth Beam: 16mm 2 main rods,12mm 4 rods and 8 mm stirrups. Size 6×18 inches

    3. Lintels Beam: 10mm 2 rods and 8 mm stirrups. Size 6×8 inches

    4. Roof RCC: 10mm main rods and 8mm distribution. Size 5 inches

  • Prashant October 5, 2020 at 7:09 am

    I am constructing a house and want to know how much KW electric current is needed

  • Kaushal Modi October 7, 2020 at 11:12 am

    How to provided beam steel in column junction

  • harpreet singh October 21, 2020 at 8:48 am

    into a fly over there has to be a minimum slope of 250 metres on either side ,
    whereas govt. is proposing 180 metres slope is it ok , it may be dangerous i believe

  • joy October 21, 2020 at 4:47 pm

    is it acceptable to do concrete pouring of only half of the beam thickness and partial ( thin layer only) of the slab? I am used to a monolithic pouring and this is new to me. I am not an engineer.

  • Monicka November 5, 2020 at 6:40 am

    Sir,what should be the role of an engineers during cocreting of mall construction

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