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Standard Building Contract
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...Standard Form of Building Contract. References The Joint Contracts Tribunal Limited (2005). Standard Building Contract With Quantities. UK: JCT Ltd ,UK. 1-123. Sarah Lupton (2009). Guide to DB05 JCT Design and Build Contract. London, UK: RIBA Publishing. 3-196. The Joint Contracts Tribunal Limited. (2009). Standard Building Contract. Available: http://www.jctcontracts.com/contracts/98/9805sbc.jsp. Last accessed 12-05-2012. David Chappell (2007). Understanding JCT Standard Building Contracts. UK: Taylor & Franci. 10-90.... Standard Building Contract There are several problems and issues that surfaced in this project’s life cycle and each has a different domain as per JCT 2005 Standard...
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Building Standard Oil Company
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...Building Standard Oil Company Building Standard Oil Company Rockefeller`s father was a peddler whoworked in many businesses and his mother was deeply religious. Born in 1839, he started as an assistant bookkeeper after graduating from high school at 16 for fifteen cents a day. Compared to today this would be about $10 a day. ( Goulder, 1972) Afterward Rockefeller was working several sales jobs and by age twenty-three had saved up four thousand dollars to invest in an oil refinery in Cleveland, Ohio, with a partner Samuel Andrews who attended the same church. Rockefeller paid attention to every aspect of his business, checking every detail to cut his costs... ?Terry Balabuch 4-13 M-W 10-12 Research Paper...
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Building Design
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...BUILDING DESIGN Building Design and Energy Efficiency in Lights and Windows This is a research paper on various definitions and information related to building design. The first part of the paper talks about four concepts in financial analysis of projects or properties namely, payback period, rate of return, internal rate of return and life-cycle analysis. The next part of the paper talks about energy efficiency in buildings as contributed by various technologies in lighting. The last portion of the paper narrates the contribution of the latest technologies in window design that contribute to energy efficiency. Building Design Payback period is the amount of time it will take... Running Head: BUILDING ...
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Study on the below clearing houses
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...houses Table of Contents Organizational Study 3 LCH Clearnet group 3 European Multilateral Clearing Facility (EMCF) 3 Depository Trust & Clearing Corporation (DTCC) 4 SIX Swiss Exchange 5 2. Operation summary 6 3. Historical Structure 9 4. Products and services 12 5. Comparison between the firms 13 Reference List 17 1. Organizational Study LCH Clearnet group The LCH Clearnet Group is a leading multi-national clearing house who serves major exchanges and platforms as well as a range of Over the Counter markets. LCH Clearnet also specializes in risk management operations, thereby following a world-class risk management framework that provides exceptional levels of protection... ? Analysis of clearing...
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High tech building design
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...building industry has applied technologies that made building designs complicated, these made it difficult for man to design buildings of their needs. Heat regulation systems in these houses were very poor since the ventilations provided were insufficient and could not effectively control internal temperatures. With regards to hi-tech designs, several equipments have been invented to effectively solve the problem of heat in buildings and have also helped solve issues of human thermal complaints both at homes and in offices. Thermal complaint had been declared a major drawback to economic development. People claimed that it was because of thermal... ? High Tech Designs This paper will look at high tech...
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Steel building design
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...standard. Meaning it should fit for the use or function it is required whilst providing comfort and physical aesthetic. Moreover, building designs also incorporated robustness to ensure that the built environment is resistant to damages cause by events such as explosion, impact and consequences of human errors (Brettle, 2009). Likewise, it is also important to consider the snow loads, wind actions, thermal actions, and other accidental actions in the building designs in order to integrate appropriate building resistant techniques and strategies. The snow load capacity of the built environment is very important to determine in order to integrate in the design the characteristic... ?Topic:  Steel building...
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Building Information Modeling (BIM) For Sustainable Design
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...Building Information Modeling for Sustainable Design of the Table of Contents Chapter One: Introduction 3 1. Impact of Building Construction on environment 3 1.2. Summary 6 2. Chapter 2: Sustainable Design 6 2.1. The Concept 6 2.2. The Evolution 8 2.3. The Design Principles 10 2.4. Summary 14 3. Building Information Modeling 18 3.1. The Concept 18 3.2. Application of BIM in Design Stages 22 4. Sustainable Design by using BIM 26 4.1. Design Tools 26 4.2. Summary 28 5. Case Study 29 5.1. Introduction 29 5.2. Kiowa County...
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Brand Lifetime and Obsolescence
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...Obsolescence ID 19714 Order No. 284618 Name] [Supervisor] [Any other details] 26 March 2009 Table of Contents: Introduction: In this short essay, the author presents a discussion on whether a brand can become obsolete or not. Post discussing the chances of brand obsolescence, the author also presents discussion points on brand lifetime and death. Brand obsolescence – is it possible? Branding is viewed as perceptions about specific products that are part of product lines and categories that make them distinguished from other products in the same lines/categories. The survival of brands is related with the corresponding products... . If the products are exposed to the risk of getting...
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Greg is a property developer who specialises in building new houses and flats. His current project is the renovation of a statel
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...standard material knowing Mr. Greg will only sample out one. Sprewfits company also betrays customer-seller trust again when he delays to deliver grade II plaster on time as per the contract and then bringing fake merchandise. He takes advantage of the trust Mr. Greg has developed over the years in their business indulgence and decides to sabotage it. A compensation of 50,000 pounds by Sprewfits to compensate the devaluation of the house flats is necessary because Mr. Greg... ?COMPENSATION OF A BREACHED CONTRACT Most transactions have terms, the law covers these parties involved for the purposes of protecting their terms of agreement, the act responsible this is the sale of goods act of 1979. All...
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Case Study: Building a Coalition
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...Study: Building a Coalition Table of Contents Forming a Team 3 Forming 3 Storming 3 Norming 4 Performing 4 Adjourning 4 Selection of Appropriate Team Members 5 Setting Group Priorities and Goals 5 Setting Deadlines 6 Methods for Resolving Conflicts 6 Smoothing 6 Forcing 7 Problem Solving 7 Compromise 7 Principles for Leaders 8 Comprehensive Message for Development Team 8 Comprehensive Message for Program Team 9 References 10 Bibliography 12 Forming a Team To create an effective team, several conditions have to be considered. There are five steps to develop a team, which are as follows: Forming This is the first step to develop a team. In this stage,...
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Case Study - Research Building Project
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...building a new campus at Craighall. The Queen Margaret University College is providing the education in two disciplines namely health and social science and business and arts. Furthermore, each discipline consists of two schools. The discipline of health and social sciences consists of School of Health Science and School of Social Sciences, Media, and Communication. On the other hand the discipline of business and arts consists of School of Business and Enterprise and School of Drama and Creative Industries. The current property and location of the college... sizes in the campus were not according to the requirements of the school. The campus at Corsatophine was previously...
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Tiny houses
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...build his house in the spring of the year 2011. At the onset of the movie, Smith describes that his motivation for building the house was because he did not have a ton of money to use in bigger constructions, therefore, considered a financial independence. He points that similarly, the people who built their small houses had the same motivation. For instance, interviews with the tiny house personalities like Jay Shafer, Tammy Stroebel, Deek Diedricksen and other healthy people who chose to live in as tiny as 84 sq ft dwellings (Mueller and Smith). Despite the aesthetic and the value...
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Sustainable Design Case Study
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...Design Case Study Introduction and Background of the Project The project that has been chosen for the study is “Environmental Planning for Sustainable Urban Development” which was prepared for Caribbean Water and Wasteland Association. The project is mainly concentrated upon Caribbean Island as well as other developing regions (Williams, 2000). It has been observed that there is a rise in the population and the growth in the urban areas in Caribbean as well as other developing regions. Cities are considered to be the engines for development. They as well are the source of abundant environmental problems. The main reasons behind people moving towards urban areas are to seek employment... ? Sustainable...
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BS (Britsh standard)
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...Standard p.1). Obsolescence management thus assumes special significance as it is “an integral part of design, development, production and in-service support” (British Standard p. 1). The British standard is significant and it is selected for the purpose of study due to its unavoidable importance in effective design management systems. The British standard is relevant and significant to any graduate design engineer because it offers certain clear-cut guidelines “for establishing a framework for obsolescence management and for planning a cost-effective obsolescence management process that is applicable through all phases of the product life cycle” (British Standard p. 1... Guide to managing obsolescence...
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Epidemiologic Study design
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...Study Designs Epidemiologic Study Designs here here July 3, 2009 Epidemiologic Study Designs This paper tackles three epidemiological study designs: case-control study, cohort study and cross-sectional study. The characteristics of the three study designs were discussed together with their main strength(s) and limitation(s). The most appropriate measure(s) of association for each study design was/were also identified. Case Control Study Characteristics of a case-control study In a case control study, selection of research subjects is based on whether or not the research subjects have the condition (or disease) under study. The term case refers to a subject who has the condition, whereas... RUNNING HEAD...
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Sustainable Design Case Study
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...Design Case Study Sustainable Design Case Study Introduction The increasing pressure exerted on the environment due to rapid population growth has necessitated the adoption of sustainable practices. The New York High Line Park is an example of efforts to incorporate sustainability in the development of structures. It is a green roof on top of an elevated railroad track. Due to its greenness, it can be referred to as the ‘living roof’. The elevated highway was built to reduce the risk of fatal railroad accidents. The DAC& Cities website (2014) states that the Friends of the High Line lobbied for its conversion to a public recreation area. Sustainable design requires that all the people... Sustainable...
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CASE 2 STUDY DESIGN
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...Study Design Case 2 Study Design Descriptive research questions inquire on the what, where or the who facets to the evaluated or the area of study. Moreover, description is the fundamental facet of study. The questions constitute new areas of investigation in which the study targets on describing the convention of study. According to Newton, Bower, & Williams, 2004, the instances of the subjective evaluations of questions are the standards guiding the case studies and those majoring on unfolding the incidence and the predominance of oral infections. Conversely, questions basing on relationship tend to focuses on determining the relations between given occurrences. For instance, previous... Case 2 Study ...
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Epidemiology study design
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...study regarding the defined problems. A hypothesis should then be generated using what is already known; the hypothesis should be specific and related to the research being completed. This hypothesis will continue to guide the research throughout its course and ensure that the focus remains the same throughout and is not changed by the introduction of new variables that can occur during the research. The research design will consider how the information that is needed will be obtained, the abilities of the researchers, cost factors, and the time available for the research study. The researchers then will decide on a population or sample group... Health Sciences and Medicine In designing and deciding a...
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SLP 2 - STUDY DESIGN
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...Study design Research initiatives carry out investigations with the aim of developing a new base of information on a topic. This is achieved through a comprehensive literature review on a subject towards identification of information gap and a problem statement. The information gap identifies the need for a new research and the problem statement establishes ground for developing hypothesis to be tested. This paper conducts a literature review over the research question, ‘what is the role of anti-inflammatory agents in prevention of type 2 diabetes in people with obesity’ for establishing the research’s basis. Background information Diabetes mellitus 2 is a chronic disease... 2- Study design Research...
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Organizational Design Case Study
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...STUDY - V Defining the Central Problem: The case study of W.L Gore and Associates highlights several differences in marketing management and organizational structure while describing the formal management structure and functions of W.L.Gore & Associates. The central problem seems to be the structure and method of working as the company has been thought to have no formal structure and no formal management mission although it is guided by some work and ethical principles. The company gives a lot of freedom to its associates and all its employees are associates as they are stakeholders as well. There is no hierarchy and no boss and two instances have been...
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Organizational Design Case Study
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...STUDY – V Defining the Central Problem: The case study of W.L Gore and Associates highlights several differences in marketing management and organizational structure while describing the formal management structure and functions of W.L.Gore & Associates. The central problem seems to be the structure and method of working as the company has been thought to have no formal structure and no formal management mission although it is guided by some work and ethical principles. The company gives a lot of freedom to its associates and all its employees are associates as they are stakeholders as well. There is no hierarchy and no boss and two instances have been...
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CASE 2 STUDY DESIGN
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...Study Design Case 2 Study Design Descriptive research questions inquire on the what, where or the who facets to the evaluated or the area of study. Moreover, description is the fundamental facet of study. The questions constitute new areas of investigation in which the study targets on describing the convention of study. According to Newton, Bower, & Williams, 2004, the instances of the subjective evaluations of questions are the standards guiding the case studies and those majoring on unfolding the incidence and the predominance of oral infections. Conversely, questions basing on relationship tend to focuses on determining the relations between given occurrences. For instance, previous... ? Case 2 Study ...
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The Prefabricated Houses
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...housing affordability crisis, shortage of housing stock, and government agenda for housing construction, prefabrication is considered as a means of meeting increasing demand in UK. Some research studies (Phillipson, 2001; Egan, 1998) suggest government to reconsider prefabrication as a clear objective. Prefabrication has to offer substantial opportunities; however, it is critical to consider both problems and benefits of its development (West 1). General misconceptions and resistance about pre-fabricated houses can be eliminated if we consider potential benefits of innovative mass housing. These misconceptions rose from poor quality programs and poorly designed system building during fifties...
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SLP 2 - STUDY DESIGN
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...Study design Research initiatives carry out investigations with the aim of developing a new base of information on a topic. This is achieved through a comprehensive literature review on a subject towards identification of information gap and a problem statement. The information gap identifies the need for a new research and the problem statement establishes ground for developing hypothesis to be tested. This paper conducts a literature review over the research question, ‘what is the role of anti-inflammatory agents in prevention of type 2 diabetes in people with obesity’ for establishing the research’s basis. Background information Diabetes mellitus 2 is a...
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Building design from Australia to the required standards of architectural design
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...study presents an analytical criticism based on the comparison of a building design from Australia, to the required standards of architectural design. The building under review is an Australian modern architecture, popularly known as the Bayden Goddard Design. The architecture is a sketch of various views of the building in the Central Business District of Melbourne City. It is a three dimensional graphic of a scattered cluster of building and other infrastructural constructions. The visible pictures are tall sky scrapers from the fore ground to the back ground. The fore ground shows tall towers and a pylon, probably a memorial pillar or a communication... Architectural Criticism Introduction This study ...
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Case study of international/ global building
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...building Case Study Chrysler Building The Chrysler building is one of the world’s most famous architectural landmarks. Located in New York City, the building was designed by an architect named William Van Allen. Construction of the Chrysler building began in 1928 and was concluded in the year 1930. Originally designed for a contractor known as William Reynolds, it was later bought by Walter P. Chrysler, hence the name (Stravitz 5-10). The building undoubtedly paints a picture of modern ingeniousness and triumph of technology. Figure 1 External view of the Chrysler Building Retrieved from http://gonyc.about.com/od/photogalleries/ss/chrysler_building_5.htm Climatic... and Ecological...
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CASE STUDY: The building manager Leighton Holdings
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...STUDY: The Building Manager – Leighton Holdings 3 Executive Summary 3 CASE STUDY: The Building Manager – Leighton Holdings 5 Introduction and Problem Definition 5 Operating Principles 5 Management Principles and Change Management 6 Business Environment, Strategy, and SWOT Analysis 6 Conclusion and Recommendation 7 References 8 Appendix A: Figures 9 Executive Summary 2 Introduction and Problem Definition 2 Operating Principles 2 Management Principles and Change Management 2 Business Environment, Strategy, and SWOT Analysis 2 Conclusion and Recommendation 2 References 2 Appendix A: Figures 2 CASE STUDY: The Building Manager – Leighton Holdings Executive Summary A study has... Table of Contents CASE...
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Building the Boeing 787 Case Study
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...Building the Boeing 787 Case Study of the ANSWER The major advantage of outsourcing business is that the organization is able to focus on the core function. In order to operate efficiently in a global marketplace which is increasingly becoming competitive, it is important for the organizations to differentiate their services and products. Sometimes, outsourced businesses can be obtained at a lower cost compared to in-house hiring of the expertise, which saves a lot of cost in operations. Apart from that, the company can also gain special expertise while outsourcing different business units. New market opportunities are created as a result...
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Design a multi-story reinforced concrete office building
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...Design of a multi-storey reinforced concrete office building Full of Number and Outline A. Conceptual Report 1.0 Objectives 2.0 Introduction 3.0 General Approach 4.0 Requirements for design 5.0 Structural elements 6.0 Procedure of Safe construction of the office building 7.0 Conclusion B. Drawings C. Calculations D. Appraisal Report 1.0 Objectives The objectives of this project are as follows:- To get an engineering real experience in life and in this way exposing one to the real work of structural analysis and design (Alheyad, 2008). To gain competence in structural elements analysis and...
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Building the Boeing 787 Case Study
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...design, the plane said to have been overweight... ? Outsourcing and supply chain management at Boeing Introduction This is an American aerospace corporation that started business in 1916. It is one of the leading worldwide manufacturers of commercial, defence and private planes. From a humble beginning, the company has expanded its operations to many countries outside the US. It has made lucrative deals with the American government including being the sole builder of the International Space Station. This helps the government monitor its defence capabilities and monitor activities in other counties that may compromise global peace for example, monitoring developments of dangerous missiles. It manufactures ...
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Management case study: Building a Coalition
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...Building a Coalition Steps for building an effective team Recognize the value of teamwork Before building a team, it is necessary to recognize the value of teamwork and utilize it for desirable results. Thus, the Woodson Foundation, the schools and the NCPIE must all recognize what power teamwork holds towards accomplishing the goals they set out to attain. As such the dominant perspective on team formation is that member’s passion should be aligned with the goals and objectives of the team. 2. Choose the right people The second step in building a team is to evaluate the characteristics of potential members in order to...
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Historical architecture building find one and compare to morden design
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...designs of 'The Dancing House'2, completed in 1995, is an office building in downtown Prague, Czech Republic, designed by Croatian-born Czech architect Vlado Miluni in co-operation... with Canadian architect Frank Gehry on a vacant riverfront plot where the previous building was bombarded in 1945 war. Situated in Santiago de Compostela in Galicia, Spain the Cathedral and the Prague dancing house have certain conceptual links that make their study unique and interesting. The cathedral is the reputed burial-place of Saint James. Construction began in 1075 under the reign of Alfonso VI of Castile (1040-1109) and the patronage of bishop Diego...
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Rock Mechanics Coursework: Design Study
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...design study Professor Institution Course Date Rock Mechanics Coursework: Design Study Insitu stress 1 Project Settings Project Title: Stability Analysis of Wedges for Underground Excavations Wedges Computed: Perimeter and End Wedges Units: Metric, stress as tonnes/m2 General Input Data Tunnel Axis Orientation: Trend: 80° Plunge: 0° Design Factor of Safety: 1.500 Unit Weight of Rock: 26.000 t/m3 Unit Weight of Water: 0.981 t/m3 Seismic Forces Direction: Sliding Seismic Coefficient: 0 Scale... Rock mechanics work:...
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Storm Drainage Design Project Study
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...Design Project Introduction In the study of storm drainage design, we will be able to learn the functions of hydrographs in the design of open channels and reservoir. A hydrograph is a graph, either a bar graph or a line graph. A line graph is normally used to plot the discharge of water over the time, while a bar graph is the rise of water in the river over the function of time. There are factors that control the shapes of a hydrograph. According to Weyman, 1975 there are different shapes that are shown and the main components are labeled. The components of a hydrographs are the rising limb, the falling limb ,the peak discharge and the lag time. As we go along... this course work ,we will be...
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Case Study 2: Design Process
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...design, prototype building, user prototype testing, user feedback, refine prototype and final prototype. Three (3... ?Prototyping Techniques Prototyping is one of the methods to develop the user interfaces keeping in view the requirements of the users. In prototyping the incomplete versions of the software application interfaces are developed in an uncomplicated and straightforward manner. Considering the importance of the prototyping many models / techniques have been developed to prototype the user interface of the software application (interactive system) for facilitating the human computer interaction. From the various techniques of prototyping, three (3) techniques have been discussed by Maria...
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Starbucks design management case study
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...STUDY inserts his/her inserts inserts Today, Starbucks is one of the mostsuccessful global coffee companies that is doing more than just serving high quality coffee to its customers. According to Starbuck’s official website, Starbucks is operating almost 18,000 retail stores in 60 countries and its recent annual report states that its annual revenue was over 13 billion dollars in 2012. However, there was a time when Starbucks struggled and faced hard times in its business. This case study will look at how Starbucks overcame internal and external barriers in its business through design management and became one the most powerful brands in the 20th century. This paper mostly focuses... STARBUCKS CASE STUDY ...
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Design Study/ Proposal for dissertation
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...design and methodology This chapter shall describe the research design and methodology used in this study, as well as the data gathering tools, validity, reliability, and ethical considerations for this research. The aims of this research shall be as follows: 1. To determine if there is a significant relationship between stress and atherosclerosis based on the following patient variables: a. Age b. Gender c. Family history d. BMI e. Level of daily activities f. Occupation g. Civil status and presence of children h. Blood pressure i. Daily diet j. Number of hours of weekly work rendered Design This researcher decided to conduct a non-experimental, retrospective, descriptive... have access...
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Interior design - university case study
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...design - case study Education is considered to be crucial not only for the success but also for the survival of the individuals and the countries who are trying to emerge in this rapidly changing global environment. Almost all the US politicians have placed education at the center of their policies and it has also been the center of the Asian and European policies agenda. Leadership may also contribute towards improving the student learning by implementing initiative aimed towards improving the quality of schools. There are various techniques that are considered to be powerful forces for the effectiveness of school and universities; however this belief must be justified by empirical... Interior design - ...
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Vincent van Gogh - Caf Terrace at Night
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...Terrace at Night Art is one aspect that has constantly risen over the past years to achieve the highest heights possible. Ideally, many artists in the past have used different forms of art to make various aspects of communication addressing certain elements both in the society and the world in general. One of such artists whose paintings have become household names across the globe is Vincent van Gogh. One of his pieces of works includes "Café Terrace at Night,” a colored oil painting done in mid-1888. One critical aspect pertaining to art and one that includes the paintings of Vincent van Gogh is that the paintings indeed had substantive significance... Interpreting a Painting Vincent van Gogh: Café...
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Microbial Fuel Cells (Design Study)
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...studies in finding more economical and efficient designs. The aim of this project design is to help decide whether low-cost and easily available materials can be used to build an MFC which is equally or more cost effective than the typical MFCs; and if yes, whether... Efficiency of Microbial Fuel Cell made from inexpensive materials is comparable to traditional MFCs The design study project will include the construction of a Microbial Fuel Cell (MFC) with inexpensive materials and the electricity generation capability will be compared to the traditional MFCs which require expensive membranes like Nafion by DuPont and Platinum cathodes. The simple MFC will be...
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Timber Frame Houses
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...house building. The history of house building is incomplete without the use of timber or lumber. People used almost every kind and type of timber to build their homes. All kind and types of timber can be utilized to build a house but they are chosen according to the use. References Advantages and Disadvantages of Timber Frame Construction. (n.d.). Retrieved on 4th April 2011 from http://www.environ.ie/en/Publications/DevelopmentandHousing/BuildingStandards/FileDownLoad,1677,en.pdf Davies, Nikolas and Jokiniemi, Erkki. (2008). Dictionary of architecture and...
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Su Shi's Crow Terrace Poetry Case
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...Terrace Poetry Case Su Shi is often talked about as a notoriously famous poet who had taken a great deal of freedom in composing his poems. The reason behind notorious fame is because of the dissent and treason in his poems merely because he had been involved in criticizing the policies. It is because of this reason that he the western and Chinese writers have different viewpoints while interpreting his poetry. This paper aims to discuss the poem and political treason in the form of dissent by Su Shi in his poems. The question of concern is the intensity of the poems of Su Shi in projecting the political sphere. The Chinese scholars consider that Su Shi was merely a dangerous poet... of Su Shis Crow...
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Integrating Sustainable Design with Building Information modeling for Energy Management in Saudi Arabia
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...DESIGN WITH BUILDING INFORMATION MODELING FOR ENERGY MANAGEMENT IN SAUDI ARABIA INTRODUCTION Home not only secures us from harsh effects of weather but also gives us a sense of security. In old times when man started building the homes to fulfill his shelter needs, homes were very simple and do not contain the luxuries that we have today. The building of house was soon connected to art and people tried to beautify their homes by using good materials and decorating it with different things. We see the royal palaces and architecture as an example of art. Stone, sand, clay and wood... Sultan Abdulmannan Engineering Management Project (I can’t) 11-Jul-11 In Canada (I can’t give ) INTEGRATING SUSTAINABLE...
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Design History: Approaches to the Historical Study of Design
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...designed award-winning buildings around the world. In effect, Kazuyo together with her counterpart Ryue Nishizawa won 2010 Pritzker Architecture Prize, which they shared (Corser 2010 p. 34). Maya Lin is a highly accomplished designer who acquired adequate training in design and architecture. The design and architect fraternity best know her for the large minimalist sculptures and monuments. While still 21 and a student, Maya Lin created the winning design for the Vietnam veterans Memorial in the Washington DC (Corser 2010 p. 34). Julia Morgan emerged as the first women to study architecture at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts (Paris). She is also the first woman in history... ? Design History Question 3 Cheryl...
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An empirical study on how international projects differ from standard projects
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...Study on How International Projects Differ from Standard Projects CHAPTER INTRODUCTION The onset of globalization has resulted to the popularity of international projects, mergers and acquisitions, the implementation of international and regional systems and finally, the increasing use of technology (Cleveland and Ireland 2007). There are various reasons associated with the increase of the same; and these include: (1) the economies of scale in operations, (2) the necessity to reach more global markets, (3) the need to facilitate integration through the internet, networking and common systems, and finally, (4) the strategy of firms to spread risks... ? International Project Management - An Empirical Study ...
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Marketing Strategies of Auction Houses
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...studied the technological effects on the market policies of the auction houses. We provide evidence that the bidder turn-outs and market conditions do matter, for the reason that the option of the agent through whom the auction would be held also matters. The internet has raised new arguments regarding the design of optioned auction formats so as to incorporate promptness and disciplines on the characteristics of the market forces. Even though, conventional auctions sell to the highest bidder they find for themselves, the other option is to bring in to use... Marketing Strategies of Auction Houses With the gradual ...
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Design: Ethics of Practice - Case Study : Gensler
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...design Columbia university medical building Relationship studies between the object and the human spheres involves several disciplines such as technology, epistemology, semiotics among others .The impact of technology is very high in the design sector. Technology also plays a big role in this industry. As the market is growing daily and the interest... for the right job. The company sticks to its code of ethics to ensure it make the best out of every situation. The influence is brought about by plan of work and strategies that are always laid before any task is taken. The World Trade Centre to be built in Saudi Arabia is one example of what the company is capable of doing. It analyzes the...
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Integrating Sustainable Design with Building Information modeling for Energy Management in Saudi Arabia
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...DESIGN WITH BUILDING INFORMATION MODELING FOR ENERGY MANAGEMENT IN SAUDI ARABIA INTRODUCTION Home not only secures us from harsh effects of weather but also gives us a sense of security. In old times when man started building the homes to fulfill his shelter needs, homes were very simple and do not contain the luxuries that we have today. The building of house was soon connected to art and people tried to beautify their homes by using good materials and decorating it with different things. We see the royal palaces and architecture as an example of art. Stone, sand, clay and wood... Sultan Abdulmannan Engineering Management Project (I can’t) 11-Jul-11 In Canada (I can’t give ) INTEGRATING SUSTAINABLE...
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BUILDING PROJECT A Case Study in Project Planning and Control
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...Building Project: A Case Study in Project Planning and Control Executive Summary Planning and control are two essential management functions that onemust be able to master and should appropriately use in task management. Planning has important components or dimensions and one of them is to ensure the achievement of goals and objectives as significant measures of how a specific strategy is succeeding (Carpenter et al., 2009). The creation of Gantt chart or network diagrams for instance is a relevant indication of interconnecting both strategy and goals. Crashing for instance is a relevant strategy that would help the achievement of goals, which most of the...
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Analyze case study :Building Performance Management through Employee Participation
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...Building Performance Management through Employee Participation Performance in an organization is a result of good participation of employees within the organization. Employee’s performance enhancement is through good human relationship between the employee and the employer. This book highlights on several cases studies that show the influence of HR in any organization in relation to the rapid changing business environment and technology. The authors discuss the success of Google Incorporation amongst other companies. The success the company receives over the years is due to good human resource management. The company has been able to employ good customer care services and maintained contact...
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