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Land Surveying

Field Work of Land Surveying :

1. Landmass measuring distance measuring industry and to determine the running of the surface of the Earth's surface identify borders or areas of land area. Lines are not mathematical lines, but presentations By them, traced on the surface of the earth Meaning of different instruments, and eyes identified The pieces are cut into pieces or by trees, stones or grains Or set stones on the ground, or any other way to render Are visible to them.

2. Surveys are basic surveys First created for locating the ground Land boundaries, and mark them by
Visible object This work is known as Field Work. A full description of what has been done is kept by the survey and the field notes are called. Field notes To create a map from which to provide information Land and area count. They also provide Proof that to find and mark again Borders on the ground.

3. Resurveys are made for the purpose, which is Find out the specified boundary When the original survey was made.

4. Most of the equipment used in the field Chain and tape survey for measurements,
And pick, compass,

Simple Supported Beam Formulas with Shear Force and Bending Moment Diagrams:


Notations relative to “Shear Force and Bending Moment Diagrams”

L = Span length of the bending member, ft.
l = Span length of the bending member, in.
I = Moment of inertia, in4
E = Modulus of elasticity, psi.
M = Maximum bending moment, in.-lbs.
V = Shear force, lbs.
R = Reaction load at bending point, lbs.
P = Total concentrated load, lbs.
w = Load per unit length, lbs./in.
W = Total uniform load, lbs.
x = Horizontal distance from reaction to point on bead, in.
∆ = Deflection or deformation, in.

1.   Equally Distributed Load 

Simple Beam Shear Force and Bending Moment Diagrams

2.   Equally Load Partially Distributed

Simple Beam Uniform Load Partially Distributed  3.    Equal Load Partially Distributed at One End

Shear Force and Bending Moment Diagrams

 4.   Equal Load Partially Distributed at Each End

Shear Force and Bending Moment Diagrams

  5.   Load Increasing Equally at One End

Shear Force and Bending Moment Diagrams

6.   Load Increasing Regular to Center 

Shear Force and Bending Moment

7.    Point Load at Center

Shear Force and Bending Moment

8.    Point Load at any Point

Shear and Moment Diagrams

9.       Two Equal Symmetrically Placed Point Load

Shear Force Diagrams

10.       Two Equal Point Load Unsymmetrical Placed

Bending Moment Diagrams

11.       Two Unequal Point Load Unsymmetrical Placed

Shear Force and Bending Moment Diagrams

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Stresses of Bending:


At the point when a wipe is put crosswise over two backings and tenderly squeezed downwards between the backings, the pores at the best will close, demonstrating pressure, and the pores at the base will open more extensive, showing strain. Correspondingly, a light emission versatile material, for example, wood or steel, will deliver an adjustment fit as a fiddle when outside burdens are following up on it.

The minute caused by the outer burdens following up on the shaft will be opposed by the snapshot of this inner couple. Accordingly:
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Beams Design Basic Formulas



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Moulds And Shuttering:


Moulds And Shuttering

As concrete is deposited in a semi-liquid or plastic state on the site of the work to be executed, some means must be provided by which it can be formed and maintained in place until the material has finally set or hardened in the required shape.

The means necessary for this purpose vary widely, according to circumstances. For example, if it is
desired merely to form a foundation bed in the ground, the concrete can be filled and rammed into an excavation the bottom and sides of which will suffice to retain the material, and to constitute the most simple form of mould. Again, where concrete has to be spread in the form of a slab upon the ground, or deposited in a mass above ground level, the surface of the earth can be utilized to support the concrete, but timber or metal shuttering, or some form of curb, must be provided along the edges so as to confine the material within required limits. Where the concrete has to be employed in more complex forms, such as columns, arches, beams, girders, trusses, framed structures and complete buildings, bridges, reservoirs or ships, the temporary falseworks or moulds for the reception and support of the concrete, until such time as it has set hard enough to carry its own weight, are of somewhat elaborate character according to the nature of the work to be executed. This point is exemplified by Fig. 16, which shows part of the extensive timber work erected for the construction of
a long range of two-storey dock sheds at Manchester.

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Beam Deflection Formula: 

This section discusses to Beam Deflection Formula that requires splitting the structure into a cantilever beam and a simply supported beam.
Beam Deflection Formula
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