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ascia

(as′(k)ē-ă) [L. ascia, ax]
A form of spiral bandage with each turn overlapping the previous one for a third of its width.
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ASCE Engineers produces a national standard (its principles are now incorporated throughout the world) that directs the utility investigation professional how to collect, grade the uncertainty, and communicate that uncertainty.
Design wind pressure for MWFRS of flexible building is calculated from the equation 6-19 from ASCE 7-05:
Policy Statement 465 of ASCE recommends that the BOK which is the foundation for an engineer's practice of the profession should satisfy the 11 outcomes stipulated by Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET) and an additional four criteria related to 1) finance, 2) project management, 3) business and public policy and administration, and 4) leadership.
Louis ASCE team, capturing first place in Best Support Structure for their fabricated I-beams that incorporated the top flange of 2- by 8-inch SYP into a longitudinal deck with load transferred by 1- by 4-inch transverse purlins acting as floor beams.
org or contact ASCE by phone at (703) 295-6234 or by fax at (703) 295-6276.
The American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) has picked Kansai international airport as one of 10 ''millennium monuments'' in the world built over the past 100 years, sources close to the ASCE said Thursday.
The Association for the Study of the Cuban Economy (ASCE) has just published Volume 9 of its Cuba in Transition series, a 487-page paperbound book which represents the 9th annual meeting of the ASCE, held in Coral Gables, Fla.
This award, among a number of awards of excellence to be presented by ASCE, will be a part of the February 21, 2013, annual awards dinner during National Engineers Week at the Center Club in Costa Mesa, Calif.
The standard is a revision of ASCE 15-98 and includes updates to correlate with the latest ASTM (American Society for Testing and Materials) International and American Concrete Pipe Association documents for trench and embankment conditions, as well as current soil classifications and added design equations for nonreinforced concrete pipe.
Searcy 2017 Engineer of the Year Award by the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) Palm Beach Branch for his contributions to the society, engineering profession, and ASCE.
Technical excellence has always been at the heart of ASCE and its mission," said Stevens.