spSlab is a powerful application that can help engineers analyze the beams or slab systems in order to prevent structure flaws. The program can save time, materials and labor in order to optimize construction.
You can use the program to perform strength investigation for existing building slabs in order to evaluate or modify them.









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Use the program spSlab to process the input files and will produce a report showing the analysis results.
The program includes three functions:
1. Analyze the input data file.
2. Determine the Nodal and edge failures and strengths.
3. Create the structural bar or slab, including the geometrical and strengthening features.
spSlab can generate an input file from 2D drawings or 3D Solidworks drawings, specify number of boundary conditions, determine the Nodal or edge failures and strengths, and create the models and graphics. The detailed results are shown in a nice report.

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I have a select element that holds three element IDs.

on change, I call a function that’ll change element ID but fires the function multiple times.
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How do I skip fire a function when nothing is selected or just when a change was made? This is a rough idea of the idea of what I’m working on
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I need some calculations that will return a value based on the values of 2 large fields in a form. In the DB the 2 fields are called [NAME] & [TOTAL], and the values are stored as:

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[TOTAL] = 150000

I need to create an SQL query that returns the following result:

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I’ve been using SQL Server 2005 for all my calculations thus far, but will be using the database in 2008 as well. I know this is a ridiculous example, but I’m just looking for some pointers on how to set this up in my query. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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I’ll be honest with you, I don’t know a whole lot about databases.

That’s the problem I have with them, they want me to think that I know everything about everything. I hate SQL Server, and was never very good with learning it. This whole SQL thing is just too abstract to me, I just grab the cursor and I’m done.

Now, I’m not saying that this doesn’t happen to be a job for SQL Server, but if you guys could give me an example or point me in the right direction, I’d appreciate it.

If you don’t know what you are doing, don’t, you’ll just learn to enjoy the pain.

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I’ve been using SQL Server 2005 for all my calculations thus far, but will be using the database in 2008 as well.

That’s a pretty big switch if you were going to use 2005. I would just stick with it if it’s all you’re doing at this point. You could look into learning 2008SQL server. It’s similar to the way they did things in 2005, just a few things were different. It’s pretty easy to learn if you stick with it

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This is a program to perform a structural analysis for beams and slabs.
Structure analysis in most of the Civil Engineering branches involves beams and slabs and it’s necessary to perform a structural analysis to prevent flaws or failure. In many cases the results of this analysis will be used in the design phase when the construction of a building starts.
spSlab provides functions for calculating the buckling moment, yield load moment, ultimate load moment, shear force, bending and axial force for most of the beams which are the most common problems found in many buildings.
This program uses the “minimal control” strategy which means that it finds the most economical way to define the test set.
spSlab acts as a Bridge between the Engineering Software and the Structural Engineers.
spSlab represents the beam defined through its length and width (pre-established in the program) and the material selected with the “Material Properties” wizard.
By using a graphical interface, you can select the desired type of beam according to the study needed.
With the use of “shear joints” the program can calculate the shear force for beams and slabs and define the shear behaviour that the user wishes to study.
spSlab offers the possibility of calculating and displaying load effects for a series of beams or slabs in order to define the parameters which determine the failure, for example, the failure loads.
It has a “pylons wizard” to select the type of beam or slab needed for the study, which is selected on a topographical map with the use of the “pylon point wizard” for the user to define the failure of the components.
Using the “load cells” wizard the program determines the force necessary to load the different components of the building with the purpose of studying the behaviour of the beams or slabs.
The program can study the beams and slabs that are either in service or in storage, including the continuous reinforcement, in order to perform the “defect detection”.
As far as the analysis of structural integrity of an existing building for its reinforcement is concerned, the program offers the option of defining the “structural contact points” used by the design.
spSlab represents and organizes the problem so that it can be studied and solved using the most appropriate design technique.
It can also be used to simulate failure, determine the load effects (bending moment, shear force) and calculate the life of a building.
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OS: Windows 7, Windows 8/8.1
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