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Organization A group of people trying to achieve something. A cohesive body established for a specified purpose is called Organization. A structured process in which people, act and interact, for the achievement of objectives. Divided into logical sections with links of responsibility within and external to the sections, the whole being coordinated to…. Resources of an Organization Land Capital Human ... Read More »

Engineering Design

General Form

Engineering Design Design of engineering systems or Engineering Design is usually a trade-off between maximizing safety and minimizing cost. A Engineering design procedure that can accomplish both of    these objective is highly desirable, but also  difficult. Deterministic design procedures (i.e., ASD or WSD) do not provide adequate information to achieve the optimal use of the available resources to maximize safety ... Read More »



Humidity In any mixture of gases, each gas exerts a partial pressure independent of the other gases. The partial pressure exerted by water vapor is called vapor pressure. If all the water vapor in a closed container of moist air with an initial total pressure p were removed, the final pressure p’ of the dry air alone would be less ... Read More »

Functions of Management

Functions of Management

Functions of Management Planning, including identifying goals, objectives, methods, resources needed to carry out methods, responsibilities and dates for completion of tasks. Examples of planning are strategic planning, business planning, project planning, staffing planning, advertising and promotions planning, etc. Organizing resources to achieve the goals in an optimum fashion. Examples are organizing new departments, human resources, office and file systems, ... Read More »

Stress-Strain Relationship, Yield Point

Stress Stain

Stress Stain Relationship Yield Point Yield Point of Modern Steels In the past, a structural carbon steel designated as A36 and having yield stress of Fy = 36 ksi was the commonly used structural steel. Today, a steel having Fy = 50 ksi can be produced and sold at almost the same price as 36 ksi steel. Structural steels are ... Read More »


Wind AIR in motion is called WIND Stagnant air in contact with a water surface eventually assumes the vapor pressure of the surface so that no evaporation takes place. It is also important in the production of precipitation Measurement of Wind Wind has both speed and direction. The wind direction is the direction from which it is blowing. Direction is ... Read More »

Levels of Management

Levels of Management

Levels of Management There are following three Levels of Management Top Level Management Middle Level Management Lower Level Management Top Level of Management Executive /Top Management Chief Executive President, Vice Presidents G.M, M.D. Board of Directors Controller Responsible for long term strategic planning & control of business. They examine the trend and establish long term planning and policies of business. They ... Read More »

Steel Sections


Steel Sections Rolled Sections Structural steel can be economically rolled into a wide variety of shapes and sizes without appreciably changing its physical properties. Usually the most desirable members are those with large moments of inertia in proportion to their areas. The I, T, and C shapes, so commonly used, fall into this class.    Designation System of Steel Sections Some examples ... Read More »

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