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You better go to school or find a good book mechanics of materials.
Ing. Vincenzo Valerio
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-----Original Message-----
De: Juan Manuel Sandoval Leal <j-sandoval(--nospam--at)usa.net>
Para: seaint(--nospam--at)seaint.org <seaint(--nospam--at)seaint.org>
Fecha: Lunes 14 de Diciembre de 1998 08:20 PM
Asunto: constants materials


>I am a colombian engineer working with the multiframe program. i need to
know
>the following constants to work please:
>
>Density   (kg/m3)
>E         (kg/cm2)
>poisson's ratio
>Thermal coefficcient   miu E-6/C
>Yield stress        (kg/cm2)
>
>and i want work with the next materials:
>
>Reinforced Concrete
>Steeel
>Aluminium
>and Timber
>
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