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Hourly - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Time: Less than 1 week, Less than 10 hrs/week - Posted
The equilibrium of Frames and Machines is one of the fundamental skills you should take away from this class. To bring some realism to the topic your assignment is to: Identify a frame or machine you encounter in your everyday life. By definition your system needs to be made of at least 2 rigid bodies (but ideally less than 5 bodies for simplicity) and 1 must be a multiforce body. Feel free to isolate just one portion of a larger frame or machine. Take a photo of the object or find a representative photo from the internet. Draw a FBD for each body in the system (and an overall FBD if it is Rigid). FBD's can be hand drawn then scanned OR digital. It is up to you to best represent (or model) the real-world system as a system of rigid bodies with connections. In 5 bullet points briefly discuss: Why is your system either Rigid or Non-Rigid? How you would represent the the external (applied) forces/couples on the system? These are the force or couples which are engaging (or loading) the system. How you would represent the reaction forces/couples? These are the forces/couples which are holding the system static with the outside world. How you would represent the interactions between bodies? These are the reactions between bodies in your system. If the body solvable using Statics? Why or why not? No need to numerically solve the problem Hence your final assignment will include 2 images (actual photo and FBD summary) and 5 bullet points. Total material should be around a page of content. All material will be submitted digitally via Canvas as a single uploaded PDF
Skills: Structural Engineering Civil Engineering
Hourly - Entry Level ($) - Est. Time: More than 6 months, 30+ hrs/week - Posted
-READ IN FULL- Office Xtend is a U.S. based company providing services to U.S. clients in various areas. We have a client the currently requires an experienced STRUCTURAL DRAFTER. Please read qualifications and responsibilities below and only serious candidates should apply. A test is required prior to being hired. MUST speak, write and communicate fluently in English MUST have a college degree in Structural Engineering MUST have strong CAD skills and experience MUST have experience in steel and aluminum, trellis designs, etc. MUST have excellent internet connection MUST be a good and quick communicator MUST be reliable, honest and dependable MUST have experience in the following: 10 hours a week ongoing, can lead to 20+ based on performance Hourly pay: $8.50
Skills: Structural Engineering AutoCAD
Hourly - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Time: More than 6 months, 10-30 hrs/week - Posted
Looking for a Engineer (Civil) who is a registered Building Practitioner for certification work for Steel Garages, Carports and Farmsheds, on an ongoing basis.
Skills: Structural Engineering
Hourly - Expert ($$$) - Est. Time: 3 to 6 months, 10-30 hrs/week - Posted
Our company specialises in formwork design and supply; focusing on perimeter screen systems and all formwork related products. We design as well as manufacture and supply formwork systems to the majority of projects in Melbourne and deal with tier one builders and formwork contractors. Our director has over 32 years of expertise gained both in Australia and South East Asia on some of the worlds largest projects. Your job will be to prepare and detail various formwork related designs and produce temporary work design calculations. You will need to have 10 years experience in the field and ease with working with Spacegas and other beam analysis software.
Skills: Structural Engineering AutoCAD Civil Engineering SolidWorks
Fixed-Price - Expert ($$$) - Est. Budget: $5 - Posted
I'm looking for an automotive CAE expert to have a look at my CNG gas carrier concept to be fixed on the rear end of a minibus and report on the conformity with European directives Attached is a sketch of the concept, The carrier will hold 4 Type 2 cylinders weighing about 416kg empty and 487kg all together when filled with Natural gas. I assume it will have to pass rear and side impact?
Skills: Structural Engineering ANSYS Engineering Design Finite Element Analysis
Hourly - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Time: Less than 1 month, 10-30 hrs/week - Posted
Structural Design Aluminium - product development Please provide a quote to undertake the following: 1. Structural analysis and distribution of a aluminium steel tube structure and joints, developing bending moments and load distribution. 2. Size components including aluminium circular hollow section and thickness of plastic molded joints 3. Develop 3d CAD drawings suitable for construction of aluminium tube and plastic molded joints. 4. Determine total weight of aluminium and plastic joints. Works to be undertaken on two+ options
Skills: Structural Engineering 3D Design Engineering Design Structural Analysis