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How To Achieve Career Goals In IT Industry?

Shibaji D.

I am a working professional in an IT company as a Software Application Architect. I worked at various...

To become a successful person you must have some goals in your career. It can be easy to achieve your goals if you have well-defined goals that can be achieved in the defined time duration. These goals will help you to navigate through a career in a well-defined manner. IT industry is more complicated... read more

To become a successful person you must have some goals in your career. It can be easy to achieve your goals if you have well-defined goals that can be achieved in the defined time duration. These goals will help you to navigate through a career in a well-defined manner. IT industry is more complicated as it involves your own skills plus customers satisfaction. Pursuing a career in IT industry requires you to have a proper framing of your career.

How to Set a Career Goal?

There are some really important things that you should know before setting a goal. Decide honestly what you want to do in a long-term. Split your major goal into smaller and time-bound achievable goals. IT people work with a team so before setting your goals you may need to consider the contribution of your colleagues and seniors while setting a goal.

Qualifications and work skills requirements, finances, time and type of networking also needs to be taken into consideration.

In short, all your goals must be achievable, relevant and time-bound.

Achieving your goals:

Once you decided your goal you need to create a proper plan for achieving your goal. The best approach is to follow a step by step approach. This plan should state each and every step you have to take from start to finish.

Work on your technical skills if you are lacking in any technical skill overcome each and every shortcoming. If there is a requirement to learn some new skills for achieving your goals just learn it.

Always aim a high quality of your work, make a habit to remove bugs at the initial level.

Improve communication skills that are necessary to communicate your ideas to clients and team members.

Always use proper documentation at each level so that everyone can easily understand your intention behind particular action this includes code documentation and external documentation.

Take feedback from all possible sources like from your manager, feedback from your colleagues to achieve your goals fast. Try to work in a highly positive environment with your immediate boss.

If you are in IT industry, it is must to know that feedback and criticism are the important part. Once you have set a goal include all opinions good or bad in consideration. Take criticism as a chance to improve and take it on board to resolve the issues. Respond positively as positive approach can actually work in your favour.

IT field requires some additional skills while setting and achieving your goals. That is you need to distinguish between your own performance and capabilities plus the opportunities are provided to you to grow. If you are in a company that gives position boost you should focus on achieving higher positions in the company or if you want to achieve higher salaries you need to switch from one company to another after certain duration to maximize the opportunities and skills. In all, it is up to what is your career goal in IT industries and how you want to achieve them.

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Difference Between Short And Long Term Deflections (Limit State Of Serviceability)

MOHAMMED BASEER

Working as an Assistant Professor in one the Reputed Engineering college of A.P, Experience of 5 years,...

Difference between Short- and Long-term Deflections: Short-term deflection means the immediate deflection after casting and application of partial or full service loads, while the long-term deflection occurs over a long period of time largely due to shrinkage and creep of the materials. The following... read more

Difference between Short- and Long-term Deflections:

Short-term deflection means the immediate deflection after casting and application of partial or full service loads, while the long-term deflection occurs over a long period of time largely due to shrinkage and creep of the materials.

The following factors influence the short-term deflection of structures:

(a) Magnitude and distribution of live loads,

(b) Span and type of end supports,

(c) Cross-sectional area of the members,

(d) Amount of steel reinforcement and the stress developed in the reinforcement,

(e) Characteristic strengths of concrete and steel, and

(f) Amount and extent of cracking.

The long-term deflection is almost two to three times of the short-term deflection.

The following are the major factors influencing the long-term deflection of the structures:

(a) Humidity and temperature ranges during curing,

(b) Age of concrete at the time of loading, and

(c) Type and size of aggregates, water-cement ratio, amount of compression reinforcement, size of members etc., which influence the creep and shrinkage of concrete.

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RCC (Reinforced Cement Concrete)

Gopinath B

Worked as a home Tutor for 4 years in Hyderabad. My way of teaching starts with motivating the student...

Cement Concrete Cement Predetermined proportions. Fine Aggregate Coarse Aggregate Water When water is added, chemical reaction will occur, which is very much slow and requires time (setting time) and favourable... read more

Cement Concrete

Cement

                                 

Predetermined proportions.

 

Fine Aggregate

Coarse Aggregate

Water

 

When water is added, chemical reaction will occur, which is very much slow and requires time (setting time) and favourable temperature for its completion,

This setting time can be divided into 3 distinct phases known as:  

Initial set

30-60 minutes

Final set

5-6 hours)

Progressive hardening (increase in strength)

 

 

Concrete has enough strength in compression but has little strength in tension, so obviously concrete is weak in Bending, Shear and Torsion.

So, to use Cement Concrete in structures which will be having tensile loads (Beams, Slabs etc.) steel bars may be placed at tensile zones of the structure.

The steel bars (steel reinforcement) takes the tensile stresses & Concrete so obtained is known as reinforced cement concrete (R.C.C)

Grades of concrete:

IS 456:2000 specifies 15 grades of concrete.

    

                   Group

 

          Grade Designation

Specified characteristic compressive strength of 150 mm cube at 28 days (N/mm2)

 

Ordinary concrete

M10

10

M15

15

M20

20

                                                                 

 

 

Standard Concrete

M25

25

M30

30

M35

35

M40

40

M45

45

M50

50

M55

55

 

 

High Strength Concrete

M60

60

M65

65

M70

70

M75

75

M80

80

 

Letter M refers as the Mix and the number to the Specified Characteristic Strength ( ) of 150 mm cube at 28 days (in N/mm2).

Characteristic Strength:

i. It is the strength of the material below which not more than 5 % of the test results are expected to fall.

ii. As per IS 456:2000 minimum grade of concrete shall not be less than M 20 in RCC.

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Java 9 , the new beginning

GCC Institute

GCC institute specializes in high profile teaching by experienced university faculties and focuses on...

Java 9 is here! A major feature release in the Java Platform Standard Edition is Java 9 Lets see what more it offers more than its previous versions Java platform module JEP 223 : New version string scheme Moreover it includes enhancements for microsoft windows and MAcOS OS platforms ... read more

Java 9 is here! A major feature release in the Java Platform Standard Edition is Java 9

 

Lets see what more it offers more than its previous versions

 

  • Java platform module
  • JEP 223 : New version string scheme

Moreover it includes enhancements for microsoft windows and MAcOS OS platforms

 

 

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Is There Such A Thing As An Earthquake Proof Building?

Premjit Vasudevan

I am chartered Engineer with 17 years of experience in analysis and design of civil structures using...

Earthquake means ground movement and this movement induces an inertia in the building and this results in displacement. So the main factors that depend on the earthquake force is the acceleration of ground and the mass of the building. It is not really possible to exactly know the magnitude of the earthquake... read more

Earthquake means ground movement and this movement induces an inertia in the building and this results in displacement. So the main factors that depend on the earthquake force is the acceleration of ground and the mass of the building. It is not really possible to exactly know the magnitude of the earthquake that would occur. ie; the acceleration of ground. The best thing we can do is to arrive at a possible acceleration based on earth strata and the history of occurrences. This makes it very difficult to conclusively say that we can design an earthquake proof building. Secondly, by saying that the building is earthquake proof means that the energy that the building absorbs during ground movement is dissipated by oscillation and deflection and with out any crack formation. It takes a lot of effort and cost to achieve this. Therefore the practice across the globe is to design for a part of this expected acceleration (generally 10 to 15%) and achieve earth quake resistance ie, no cracks during mild quakes and no sudden collapse during higher quakes so that people can move out of the building.

 

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Did You Know? Beams Has a Limit Of Slenderness!!

Premjit Vasudevan

I am chartered Engineer with 17 years of experience in analysis and design of civil structures using...

A simply supported or continuous CONCRETE beam shall be proportioned in such a way that it should be laterally restrained with in 60*b or 250*b*b/d which ever is less where b is width of compression face midway between the lateral restraints and d is effective depth For a cantilever beam the clear distance... read more

A simply supported or continuous CONCRETE beam shall be proportioned in such a way that it should be laterally restrained with in 60*b or 250*b*b/d which ever is less where b is width of compression face midway between the lateral restraints and d is effective depth

For a cantilever beam the clear distance from free edge to the lateral restraint shall not exceed 25b or 100b*b/d

If you take an example of a 200 x 450 continuous beam across a room of 20m, b = 200 d = 450  – 25 – 8 – 20/2 = 407 (considering 1 layer of 20 dia bar)
60*b = 12000mm
250b*b/d = 250*200*200/407 = 24570mm
This means that the beam should have a lateral restrain at 12m intervals.
Lateral restraint can be a secondary beam entering the beam which provides lateral stability.

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Refrigeration Cycles & Its Applications

Kamal Kumar

I am an experienced, qualified teacher and tutor with over 5 years of experience in teaching Maths and...

The term “refrigeration” is used to denote maintenance of a system or body at a temperature lower than that of its surroundings. The system maintained at the lower temperature is known as refrigerated system, while the equipment used to maintain the lower temperature is known as the refrigerating... read more

The term “refrigeration” is used to denote maintenance of a system or body at a temperature lower than that of its surroundings. The system maintained at the lower temperature is known as refrigerated system, while the equipment used to maintain the lower temperature is known as the refrigerating system or refrigerator.

Applications of Refrigeration:

  1. Industrial Applications
  2. Preservation of Perishable Goods
  3. Providing comfortable environment
  • Processing of food products.
  • Processing of farm crops.
  • Processing of textiles, printing work, photographic materials, etc.
  • Cooling of concrete for dams.
  • Treatment of air for blast furnace.
  • Processing of tobacco, petroleum and other chemical products.
  • Manufacturing of ice.
  • Freezing or chilling, storage and transportation of food stuffs including beverages, meat, poultry products, dairy products, fish, fruits, vegetables, fruit juices, etc.
  • Preservation of photographic films, archeological documents etc.
  • Industrial air-conditioning.
  • Comfort air-conditioning of hospitals, residences, hotels, restaurants, theatres, offices, etc.
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Saturated Steam Tables

Kamal Kumar

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A saturated steam table is an indispensable tool for any engineer working with steam. It's typically used to determine saturated steam temperature from steam pressure, or the opposite: pressure from saturated steam temperature. In addition to pressure and temperature, these tables usually include other... read more

A saturated steam table is an indispensable tool for any engineer working with steam. It's typically used to determine saturated steam temperature from steam pressure, or the opposite: pressure from saturated steam temperature.

In addition to pressure and temperature, these tables usually include other related values such as specific enthalpy (h) and specific volume (v).

The data found in a saturated steam table always refers to steam at a particular saturation point, also known as the boiling point.

Saturation point is the point where water (liquid) and steam (gas) can coexist at the same temperature and pressure.

Because H2O can be either liquid or gas at its saturation point, two sets of data are required: data for saturated water (liquid), which is typically marked with an "f" in subscript, and data for saturated steam (gas), which is typically marked using a "g" in subscript.

Notations used are:

  • P = Pressure of the steam/water
  • T = Saturation point of steam/water (boiling point)
  • vf = Specific volume of saturated water (liquid).
  • vg = Specific volume of saturated steam (gas).
  • hf = Specific enthalpy of saturated water (energy required to heat water from 0°C (32°F) to the boiling point)
  • hfg = Latent heat of evaporation (energy required to transform saturated water into dry saturated steam)
  • hg = Specific enthalpy of saturated steam (total energy required to generate steam from water at 0°C (32°F)).

 

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Stiffness Modification In Analysis

Premjit Vasudevan

I am chartered Engineer with 17 years of experience in analysis and design of civil structures using...

Stiffness modification: Significance In IS 456,as per Cl.22.3 gross sectional properties are allowed to be used (if consistently used for all members) for force calculations. For deflections, 22.3.2 allows only the usage of cracked mom of inertia. What's wrong if we use uncracked mom of inertia? Concrete... read more

Stiffness modification: Significance In IS 456,as per Cl.22.3 gross sectional properties are allowed to be used (if consistently used for all members) for force calculations. For deflections, 22.3.2 allows only the usage of cracked mom of inertia. What's wrong if we use uncracked mom of inertia? Concrete has inherent property of cracking what ever we do. So if we dont capture this, we are making the supports more stiff than real, which means support moments are more which means the span moments and deflections are lesser in the model than real. To take care of this, in tall buildings, generally cracked mom of inertia is recommended for both force calculations and deflection checks. However, it is not easy to formulate this for all members as crack widths varies. So, ACI makes it more generic based on what is seen actually and uses a flat value.

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What is the need for modification factor during slab designing?

Premjit Vasudevan

I am chartered Engineer with 17 years of experience in analysis and design of civil structures using...

As per IS.456, the total deflection including the long term deflections need to be limited to Span/250,Span/350 or 20mm. This includes elastic deflections(which can be retrieved from software or easily calculated) and the long term deflection which is not retrievable from most software. One need to... read more

As per IS.456, the total deflection including the long term deflections need to be limited to Span/250,Span/350 or 20mm.

This includes elastic deflections(which can be retrieved from software or easily calculated) and the long term deflection which is not retrievable from most software. One need to use formulas available in annex of IS456 to calculate long term deflection which is a little challenging to use for many combinations.

Therefore code suggests span/depth ratios if you stick to can ensure that the total deflections are in limit.This Span/depth ratios are not accounting for the deflection control that the rebars provide. It is accounted as a modification factor for tension steel and another modification factor for compressive steel in code.

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