## NAU C4P Program

The Construct 4 Practice (C4P) laboratory is the cornerstone of the Construction Management Curriculum at Northern Arizona University...

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The Construct 4 Practice (C4P) laboratory is the cornerstone of the Construction Management Curriculum at Northern Arizona University...

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Effect of compression flange bracing on nominal strength of steel beam...

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In this video, I solve a simple 2D equilibrium problem that can be reduced to particles in which forces are concurrent on a point. This is the simplest type of problem which only requires the use of two equations of equilibrium...

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In this video, I solve a simple 2D equilibrium problem that can be reduced to particles in which forces are concurrent on a point. This is the simplest type of problem which only requires the use of two equations of equilibrium...

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Brief walk through the 2015-16 Construction Management curriculum at Northern Arizona University...

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Brief tour of a set of structural steel specifications for a building...

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Brief tour of a set of structural steel specifications for a building...

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Example calculation of finding the moment of an inclined force about a point...

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Example calculation of finding the moment of an inclined force about a point...

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Example calculation of finding the moment of an inclined force about a point in 2D using cross product formulation...

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Example calculation of finding the moment of an inclined force about a point in 2D using cross product formulation...

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Solve a 3d statics problem with a hanging weight and 2 springs...

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Solve a 3d statics problem with a hanging weight and 2 springs...

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A weight hangs from a cord by a pulley. Using 2d statics of concurrent forces, I solve for the force in the cord and the angle of the cord, given the magnitude of the weight and some other geometric information....

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A weight hangs from a cord by a pulley. Using 2d statics of concurrent forces, I solve for the force in the cord and the angle of the cord, given the magnitude of the weight and some other geometric information....

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Solution of 2d statics problem with concurrent forces. Constraint of maximum force in a wire to solve for maximum weight of a bucket that can be supported...

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Solution of 2d statics problem with concurrent forces. Constraint of maximum force in a wire to solve for maximum weight of a bucket that can be supported...

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A brief tour of a set of structural design drawings for a building from the perspective of a structural engineer. The intent of this video is to provide insight into the way an expert decodes the drawings in order to assist students in developing this sk...

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A brief tour of a set of structural design drawings for a building from the perspective of a structural engineer. The intent of this video is to provide insight into the way an expert decodes the drawings in order to assist students in developing this sk...

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Quick tour of BbLearn shell for CM220: Introduction to structures for Construction Managers at Northern Arizona University...

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Quick tour of BbLearn shell for CM220: Introduction to structures for Construction Managers at Northern Arizona University...

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Part 1 of a series on beam deflection. I show how to calculate the deflection of a simple beam subject to a dead and live load and compare the results to allowable deflection. Part 2 can be found here: http://youtu.be/mOqGfcXJN88...

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Part 1 of a series on beam deflection. I show how to calculate the deflection of a simple beam subject to a dead and live load and compare the results to allowable deflection. Part 2 can be found here: http://youtu.be/mOqGfcXJN88...

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This is part 2 of a series on beam deflection. In this example, I show how to select a beam size based on deflection requirements. Part 1 can be found here: http://youtu.be/o1DcaitedRs...

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This is part 2 of a series on beam deflection. In this example, I show how to select a beam size based on deflection requirements. Part 1 can be found here: http://youtu.be/o1DcaitedRs...

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These quick examples show how to determine the maximum allowable deflection in a beam...

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These quick examples show how to determine the maximum allowable deflection in a beam...

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In this example, I calculate the maximum deflection of a simple beam subject to a single point load, and a cantilever beam subject to a uniform load...

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In this example, I calculate the maximum deflection of a simple beam subject to a single point load, and a cantilever beam subject to a uniform load...

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Using the 'equilibrium method, this example finds the shear and moment at a single point in a beam with a point and uniform load....

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Using the 'equilibrium method, this example finds the shear and moment at a single point in a beam with a point and uniform load....

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Example solution of shear and moment diagrams of a simple beam using semi-graphical method. Three examples include a single point load, a uniform load, and then a combination of the two....

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Example solution of shear and moment diagrams of a simple beam using semi-graphical method. Three examples include a single point load, a uniform load, and then a combination of the two....

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Shear and Moment diagrams for simple beam showing how using resultant of uniform load results in different answers than for actual uniform load...

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Shear and Moment diagrams for simple beam showing how using resultant of uniform load results in different answers than for actual uniform load...

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Example calculation of finding the reactions of a simple beam subject to multiple point loads...

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Example calculation of finding the reactions of a simple beam subject to multiple point loads...

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Example calculation solving the reactions for a simple cantilevered beam with a point load at the tip, with and without accounting for self weight....

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Example calculation solving the reactions for a simple cantilevered beam with a point load at the tip, with and without accounting for self weight....

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Example calculation of finding the reactions of a simple beam subject to a partial uniform load...

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Example calculation of finding the reactions of a simple beam subject to a partial uniform load...

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Example calculation of determining the resultant of uniform, triangular and trapezoidal beam loads...

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Example calculation of determining the resultant of uniform, triangular and trapezoidal beam loads...

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Example calculation of finding the reactions of a beam subject to a single point load...

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Example calculation of finding the reactions of a beam subject to a single point load...

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Example problem of determining the moment of an inclined force about a point. (Reference: Onouye & Kane, 2012, problem 2.16)...

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