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Sri Satya Sai Suresh 24/06/2015 in  Engineering Diploma Tuition

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Peddada replied | 04 Mar

132/33kv substation comes under APTRANSCO here they is a transformer rating 132/33kv which is step down transformer .Generally the generating is station grnerate at 11kv as it is located outskrits of city to minimise losses it is step up and the end user which are consumers designe depends on demand .The substation consist of protecting equipments etc

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Rajesh replied | 01 Jun

Starting from the generating stations to the end users, voltage is needed to be stepped up and down several times in various substations. This ensures efficient transmission of power, minimizing the power losses. Our project is to design a 132KV/33KV EHV substation where the incoming power is received at 132 KV from a generating station.

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Barge 26/05/2015 in  Engineering Diploma Tuition

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Rajesh replied | 01 Jun

An engineering drawing, a type of technical drawing, is used to fully and clearly define requirements for engineered items

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Ninada Sc replied | 20 Jul

It is to analyse the problem.

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Suryakiran replied | 28 Feb

freebody diagram is the diagram which is free from all the constraints and in place of (support) or constraint u should place a reactive force perpendicular to constraint where as in this case streng is also present string will have tensail forces always there fore fbd for forces due to string you should draw always away from the point of concurrence




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freebody diagram is the diagram which is free from all the constraints and in place of (support) or constraint u should place a reactive force perpendicular to constraint where as in this case streng is also present string will have tensail forces always there fore fbd for forces due to string you should draw always away from the point of concurrence




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Rajesh replied | 01 Jun

Draw a ball sketch and shows weight on it and opposite reaction on opposite side of weight and draw two more lines touching the circles as horizontal and vertical walls

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Sangeetha 08/12/2014 in  Engineering Diploma Tuition

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Roop replied | 06 Jul

Rs.400/hour for maths.only at my home in Noida. Free for financially deserving students

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Sunitha replied | 07 Jul

200 to 350 Rs. Per hour, And also it depends on subject

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Anshu replied | 12/10/2015

I m professor in engineering college . I made a many classes of rcc . what's ur query about rcc. Actually its a vast subject can't make it in msg . u can go through rcc classes.if u have prob about any specific topic u can tell me.

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Sreekanth replied | 22/12/2015

RCC structures
RCC (Reinforced Cement Concrete) is a construction technology which evolved with the evolution of different structural materials in the 18th century during the Industrial Revolution.

Industrial Revolution brought in new technology which helped in the manufacture of various materials. The Architect Le Corbusier used RCC for various constructions. He...  more»
RCC structures
RCC (Reinforced Cement Concrete) is a construction technology which evolved with the evolution of different structural materials in the 18th century during the Industrial Revolution.

Industrial Revolution brought in new technology which helped in the manufacture of various materials. The Architect Le Corbusier used RCC for various constructions. He believed that any shape and form was possible; if RCC is to be used.

RCC means Reinforced Cement Concrete, i.e., cement concrete reinforced with steel bars, steel plates, steel mesh etc to increase the tension withstanding capacity of the structure.

Cement Concrete can take up immense compression but weak in tension whereas steel is good in withstanding both tension and compression.


Here are some of the advantages of RCC construction:
Materials used in RCC construction are easily available.
It is durable and long lasting.
It is fire resisting and not attacked by termites.
It is economical in ultimate cost.
The reinforced concrete member can be cast to any shape because of the fluidity of concrete.
Its monolithic character gives much rigidity to the structure.
Cost of maintenance is nil.
Here are some of its disadvantages:
Scrap value of reinforced members is almost nil.
Constant checking is required.
Skilled labour is engaged in the work.
The advantages of RCC outweigh its disadvantages.
This is one construction technique that made construction very easy and brought a boom to the field of construction. «less

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