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welded pipe or galvanized pipe
cuplock scaffold or other shape
galvanized or painted
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- Q:Find the demolishing scheme of scaffold
- Removal of scaffolding shall comply with the following requirements:11.2.1 removal operations must be carried out from top to bottom, prohibited from top to bottom operation at the same time;11.2.2 even wall pieces must be removed with the scaffolding layer by layer, is strictly prohibited even after the first wall or a few layers of the demolition of the dismantling of scaffolding; demolition of the height difference should not be greater than 2 steps, such as the height difference is greater than the 2 step, should be added to strengthen the wall;
- Q:How to remove the disc scaffolding ah, do not know how to get through the decoration
- First, in the demolition of the mobile frame should pay attention to the partner can not be replaced, it is better to slow down or stop work, do not have the experience of the construction personnel to carry out the demolition work.
- Q:He pushes a can over the scaffold at 15 meters and it takes 3.25 seconds for it to land.I keep doing the problem over and over. the Correct answer is 20.5 m/s, however I keep arriving to the solution of 17 m/s. I solved it by doing Vf^2 = Vi^2 + 2adwhere the initial velocity is zero and the acceleration is -g. I made my coordinate system so that down is negative in which the distance will be negative. This however, did not give me the correct answer. Am I right or is the book right?
- The initial velocity is not zero since the scaffold is moving upward when the can gets pushed over. And final velocity, vf, does not represent the speed of the scaffold (if that is what you're trying to solve). y = (vo)(t) - (1/2)gt? 15 m = (vo)(3.25 s) - (1/2)(9.81 m/s?)(3.25 s)? vo = +20.5 m/s
- Q:Which accessories are included in a movable scaffold
- (1) single specification steel pipe scaffold. It only uses a steel pipe specifications, such as steel tubular scaffolding, welded steel pipe using only 48 * 3.5.(2) scaffold with various specifications of steel pipe. The utility model is composed of two or more steel pipes of different specifications, such as a door type scaffold.(3) steel scaffolding. As to the steel pipe, and combined with other type of steel pieces composed of scaffolding, such as the channel has a base in the backwater or scaffolding, connecting steel scaffolding and so on.
- Q:How does the second scaffold scene morally change Hester Prynne?
- It is less about Hester because she has accepted her punishment. It is more about Dimmesdale.
- Q:I'm trying to understand a problem in my physics book. The problem is this:A person is pulling on a rope, that is connected to a pulley on the ceiling. The rope then goes to a box with a pulley on it, and then up to the ceiling where the rope is connected (to the ceiling).The rope and pulleys are massless and frictionless.The book lists three forces (tension forces) going up and one weight force pulling down.My question is, why isn't there another force pulling against the tension of the rope from the guy pulling the rope?
- well, the person is going to have to pull on the rope, and that will be another force that is not pictured in the book. if you think about it, when a rope is under tension, each end is getting pulled, like a tug of war, otherwise it just moves toward the other force. When the forces are balanced, the rope is in tension and does not move. The forces pictured in the book are tension provided by the weight. The person will have to add a tension force downward to compensate.
- Q:Can anybody provide me the formula for calculating scaffold volume on circular tank?
- Step 1. Measure the diameter of the tank (D). Step 2. Measure the height (h) for a vertical tank or length (l) of a horizontal tank. Step 3. Calculate the cross-sectional area of the tank using Equation 1. Equation 1: Cross-sectional Area, A = 3.14 x D x D/4 Step 4. Calculate the volume of the tank in cubic feet using Equation 2. Equation 2: Volume in cubic feet = A x h [for a vertical tank] Volume in cubic feet = A x l [for a horizontal tank] Step 5. Convert the volume of the tank from cubic feet to gallons using Equation 3. Equation 3: Volume in gallons = (Volume in cubic feet) x 7.48
- Q:three examples of scaffolding, thanks
- As long as you're on the internet, why not just Google examples of scaffolding rather than expecting someone on YA to do your homework for you?
- Q:What are the requirements for the construction of the scaffold eye in the building?
- Optimistic, the most comprehensive!5.2.5 scaffold EngineeringA. accessories(1) selection and calculation basis of structural parts
- Q:Construction, outdoor double scaffolding a square meter how many meters of steel pipe and how much?
- Steel pipes need to be equipped with 210-220 fasteners, 90% of the cross fastener
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