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The Interactive Extrude Tool is a basic tool for defining edges that appear to extend into the third dimension of space, adding depth to the height and width of the object to which you apply this tool. However, once you ve added depth to a selected object, it might not be apparent to you or your audience that this is a 3D shape because of the way it s posed on the drawing page. By default the Interactive Extrude Tool creates edges that appear mostly behind the extruded shape, because of an optical principle known as a vanishing point. A vanishing point (tell your friends you know that da Vinci discovered vanishing points) is the point in 3D space where, if you drew lines marking the angles of an object with depth, the lines would converge. You see vanishing points all the time: say you re standing on train tracks when a train isn t coming, and you look straight down the tracks. Where the rails converge is the vanishing point. Similarly, to get the most out of the Extrude feature in CorelDRAW, you want to view an extruded shape off-axis, not straight-on, because looking at objects directly face-front removes the perspective from the object, flattening it in appearance. CorelDRAW has additional features after you ve made a shape into an extruded shape, one of which is a rotation feature yes, you can rotate a 3D object on your drawing page to show off all three angles of the extruded shape. An object viewed in view shows off the most visual detail (this is why portrait photographers try to get customers to point their head offcamera), and the following tutorial takes you through object extruding, rotating, and how to interactively adjust the depth of the object you extrude.
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The key point about a namespace is that names declared within it won t conflict with similar names declared outside of it. For example, the following program defines two namespaces. The first is Counter, shown earlier. The second is called Counter2. Both contain classes called CountDown, but because they are in separate namespaces, the two classes do not conflict. Also notice how both namespaces are specified within the same file. As just explained, a single file can contain multiple namespace declarations. Of course, separate files for each namespace could also have been used.
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Both and are plotted in chart form and coef cients are read based on longitudinal and transverse bending and torsion based on orthotropic plate theory. Applied loads are converted into equivalent concentrated loads at standard locations for which charts are given. For small values of , the method gets approximate and is not applicable to skew bridges. 4. A simpli ed one-direction longitudinal beam model: Empirical procedures of distribution factors for transverse load distribution have been widely used in the U.S. Since deck slab spans are in a transverse direction, a concentrated load will mainly be distributed in a transverse direction. Distribution coef cient formulae developed by AASHTO LRFD make use of transverse distribution. The simpli ed load distribution approach has been re ned for accuracy. The accuracy of results has been calibrated against the rst two methods and is found to be acceptable. The reasons for the success of the simpli ed approach are as follows: The observed de ections of a bridge can be approximated to that of a single longitudinal beam. Direction of traf c ow coincides with the length of primary beams. Convenience factor The effort required for preparing data and interpreting results is not time consuming for any design of ce. 5. Distribution factors for moments, shears, and de ections: In a multiple-girder system, it is assumed that load path is in the direction of slab bending. If beams are placed parallel to the direction of traf c, distribution from the deck slab is mainly in the transverse direction. The combined lane load from all lanes is shared by the total number of beams. Maximum distribution to the beam will be less than the full truck wheel load, due to Poisson s ratio effect and multiple-beam load sharing of the system. An example of transverse load distribution from the LFD method: DF is a function of girder spacing (Figure 5.20). If beam spacing is 5.5 ft and distribution coef cient used is S/5.5, the coef cient 1.0. Hence, one line of wheel load is assumed to be distributed to the beam for this spacing. Longitudinal distribution may be neglected since beam span is much longer than the spacing between adjacent beams. However, for short span lengths and wide decks, this method becomes approximate and is modi ed in the LRFD Method. If beams are spaced at 11 ft, the distribution coef cient 2.0, i.e., two lines of wheel loads from two adjacent trucks will be shared by the beam. The in-built conservatism has been corrected in the LRFD method, in which the longitudinal stiffness of the girder is considered. An empirical formula based on the longitudinal stiffness of the slab and beam spacing is used. It results in reduced distribution between 15 to 25 percent from the LFD method, and resulting beam design is more economical as seen by the example given below: DFm 0.075 (S/9.5)0.6 (S/L)0.2 (Kg/12 L ts3)0.1 for two lanes loaded. Kg needs to be calculated separately. Assume L 100 ft, S= 12 ft, ts 8 in, Kg 1317,726 DFm 1.773 wheels per beam LFD distribution factor S/5.5 2.18 wheels per beam for moments. Reduction in BM 1.773/2.18 =0.81; reduction 19 percent for interior beam.Hence beam design will be approximately 19% more economical. See Appendix for solved example. 6. In addition to live load, distribution factors for the following fatigue and de ection trucks need to be computed: Fatigue distribution factor De ection distribution factor Sidewalk de ection distribution factor if applicable.
methodologies with load and resistance factors based on the known variability of applied loads and material properties. 3. The plastic theory is a direct approach since the failure of a beam or column will occur by the yielding of steel or crack formations in concrete. Compared to the yield point limit for applied load used in the elastic theory, most materials are capable of resisting even higher loads beyond yield and prior to failure. To a great extent, the true material behavior can be represented by applying the plastic theory. Redistribution of stresses in the member and formation of plastic hinges prior to failure lead to an accurate determination of reserve capacity of the member and ultimate loads.
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