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    was bridge, construction, or combat engineer. They conducted numerous amounts of training on different fighting aspects such as mobility, counter-mobility, and survivability. The engineers played important roles in many World War II battles. Their roles included the breaching of the heavily fortified Siegfried Line, also known as the “West Wall”, which protected…

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    Allegedly, the Imperial Army and the nation as a whole were stabbed in the back by Jews, Marxists, and Republicans who would later seize power of the country, overthrow and revolt against the monarchy, and the install the Weimar Republic- making what was thought to be an almost positive victory into a defeat instead. Die Dolchstoßlegende was put forth by General Erich Ludendorff and quickly embraced by the General Staff who wanted to rid themselves of blame for losing the First World War.…

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    Born To Run Film Analysis

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    First, it contributes to a greater sense of realism in the viewer. Sound originating from a source within the world of the scene does not indicate does as certainly as music from a non-diegetic source. Secondly, it can indicate information to the viewer. As the source of the music comes from within the universe of the characters, the music’s presence can be related to things within that universe, very relevantly to the characters themselves. In the same way that knowledge of someone’s musical…

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    equipment and bases. They needed to train up all different engineer jobs and get the equipment from all the engineer reserve unit. With all the different MOS’s there were two engineer jobs that were an asset Bridge and Land Clearance Engineers. There were many different missions for both types of engineers. There were miles and miles of new and old bridges that need to be constructed or repaired. Land Clearance teams had thousands of acres of dense jungles that needed to be cleared. With all the…

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    TASK 4(P4):- Discuss the effect of loading structural material 1) You need to discuss the effect of compressive force, tensile force, shear force, bending force on structural member 1) Timber: Compressive force on timber: - The effect of a compressive force on a timber is a change in structure of a material and to carry a load within its limits. Tensile force on timber: - The tensile force is the pulling force exerted on both the ends of a timber. Both the ends of a timber will undergo…

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    Bending Strength Essay

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    Bending Strength requirement This is the first body requirement and its task is to support all the vehicle subsystems. The body in static is going to suffer bending due to the weight of the components, passengers, fuel and cargo, Figure 42. Similar to a beam simple supported, the very first requirement is that the structure bend sufficient to absorb the energy due to the weight, but has to withstand the weight under different loading scenarios. Figure 42: Body loading under a static scenario…

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    The I-35W Bridge Collapse

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    On 1st August, 2007, an eight-lane, three-span section of the I-35W bridge over the Mississippi River in Minneapolis, Minnesota, suddenly collapsed. 145 people were injured, and thirteen died. This case study is based on an investigation of material evidence provided by the NASA Safety Center(NSC), National Aeronautics and Space administration (NASA), National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB), and a full-scale load rating of the bridge superstructure. Proximate (Direct) Cause: Gusset plates…

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    Bridges are used around the world to get over a bay of water. There are several different designs that could be used when building bridges such as arc, beam , cable-stayed, truss and suspension bridges. The Golden Gate Bridge is a very well known example of a suspension bridge. It is located in San Francisco, California. Construction began in 1933, in the midst of the Great Depression, and the bridge gave steady jobs to many people during this hard time. It was finished and opened in 1937,…

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    project? The existing bridge was built in 1956. It is a reinforced concrete/steel girder bi-directional three-span bridge and is approximately 32 ft wide and 205 ft long, with span lengths of 60-89-60 ft to each bent. The existing bridge roadbed width is 26 ft and provides 11 ft lanes and 2 ft shoulders, with baluster rails. It has a long history of issues associated with earth movement; stability issues were documented as early as 1965. A landslide recently occurred on the north side of…

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    transformation that will likely have significant impacts on traffic in Norman. The construction project includes the widening of Interstate 35 and reconstruction of the interchanges at West Lindsey Street and Highway 9 East. The West Lindsey Street Interchange is designed like the recently completed bridge at Main Street. This kind of interchange is designed to move large volumes of traffic. The project represents the largest single contract in the Oklahoma Department of Transportation’s…

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