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A report focusing on determining the potential effects of a roundabout, how chan

A report focusing on determining the potential effects of a roundabout, how changing the parameters influences its performance, and how best to optimise the capacity & performance

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The purpose of this exercise is to produce a programme for a project. This will

The purpose of this exercise is to produce a programme for a project. This will be achieved by inputting details of the activities and subsequently generating a bar chart. In doing so, the critical path of the project will be determined.Project details
The project to be used for the exercise is the construction of a simplistic road bridge as part of a larger motorway construction project.
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Deliverables
You should produce the following in a clearly laid out manner:
i) A critical path network
ii) A bar chart with logic links
iii) An explanation of your network
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Assignment on Finite Element Analysis Use the finite element (FE) software, MIDA

Assignment on Finite Element Analysis
Use the finite element (FE) software, MIDAS Gen, or any other FE software
1- Create an FE model for the slab.
2- Carry out an FE analysis, considering the boundary conditions that are provided by the columns, and the permanent and variable loads as below. Characteristic permanent loads: self weight plus 1.5 kN/m2 for partitions.
Characteristic variable load: 4 kN/m2
Assume the building is braced against wind loading.
Slab thickness: find the smallest thickness, rounded to the nearest 25mm, such that the vertical deflection does not exceed the permissible limit of EC2.
Pattern loading on the slab must be considered, but not the flexural stiffness of the columns.Output: you are required to produce a 1000 words technical report that includes the following:• Explanation of the methodology that was used to model and analyse the slab.
• A plan of the geometrical model.
• Contour lines of deflected shape, bending stresses and shear stresses.
• A table showing maximum deflections against different slab thicknesses.
• Explanation about the loading used.
• Recommendation on the smallest slab thickness to use, and the reasoning behind it.
• 10 marks for showing the punching shear calculations as per the Eurocodes.
• 10 marks for showing the effect of refining the mesh.
• 10 marks for discussing ways of decreasing the self weight of the slab.

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TEST ORDER NOT A REAL ORDERTEST ORDER NOT A REAL ORDERTEST ORDER NOT A REAL ORDERTEST ORDER NOT A REAL ORDER

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I think the four assessment tasks are – bsbstr601 assessment task 1, bsbstr601 assessment task 2, bsbstr601 simulation pack and bsbstr601 project portfolio.

I have attached everything to complete the tasks, please go through the attached documents and you will have an idea to complete the assignment. I think the four assessment tasks are – BSBSTR601 Assessment Task 1, BSBSTR601 Assessment Task 2, BSBSTR601 Simulation Pack and BSBSTR601 Project Portfolio.

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Make sure to add pic of snowboard and relevant info and charts, continue with this pptx folder snowboard that i send you.

make sure to add pic of snowboard and relevant info and charts, continue with this pptx folder snowboard that i send you. apa format

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<provide at least two alternative courses of action to the problem.

please take some reference for CodeOfEthics here, thank you so much.
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<- you may also reference appropriate engineering codes of ethics, previous cases, peers, and personal/professional experience when analyzing the actions.

please take some reference for CodeOfEthics here, thank you so much.
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https://www.nspe.org/sites/default/files/resources/pdfs/Ethics/CodeofEthics/NSPECodeofEthicsforEngineers.pdf
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When addressing the case study, the analysis must include the following:
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Define the stakeholders in the scenario.
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– A stakeholder is anyone with a vested interest in the outcome of the issue at hand or anyone/party that had an obligation to act in the scenario.
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– This is purely a definition, do not repeat what is already stated in the case study
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Using concepts you have learned in class, evaluate the actions of the participants from an ethical standpoint.
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– This will be the bulk of your analysis.
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– You may also reference appropriate engineering codes of ethics, previous cases, peers, and personal/professional experience when analyzing the actions.
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-Ensure you reference the relevant course concepts in your analysis
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Provide at least two alternative courses of action to the problem. These alternatives do not have to necessarily be better courses of action—simply describe a different way the problem could have been addressed.
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– Discuss the ethical implications of each alternative course of action.
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– Identify any FUTURE actions which should be taken to prevent something like this from happening again.
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This is an analysis paper; please ensure you properly reference the course concepts when they are used in your paper. Use the IEEE conference method for references, but not the IEEE format for the paper itself. This will get you more comfortable using the IEEE format for when you get to the contemporary report.

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The project description sheet describes everything required.

The Project Description sheet describes everything required. The excel file (project template) that has to be filled out is attached and all the articles that have to be used for this Project are also attached. Overall, the excel file has to be filled out, a presentation of max 10 slides has to be made and a 1200 word written user guide has to be made for the excel file

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These are explained more in the pictures below.

This project will involve designing and implementing the mechanism to control the flight control surfaces of an aircraft using a fly-by-wire control algorithm transmitting commands from the control column to the surfaces. my audience are first year aerospace students to have a brief knowledge about the three main flight control surfaces. these are explained more in the pictures below. I have to make a design of a joystick with microcontrollers that makes the roles of each of the three flight control surfaces.