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Load Paths, One and Two Way Slabs | Structural Concepts and Design
 
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http://goo.gl/tvn1sx for more videos covering Structural Concepts and Design. Introduction to Structural Concepts and Design looks at how to quantify loads acting on a structure. The main loads that are looked at in this course include dead and live load, wind load, earthquake loading and snow loading.Introduction to Structural Concepts and Design looks at how to quantify loads acting on a structure. The main loads that are looked at in this course include dead and live load, wind load, earthquake loading and snow loading. The course uses various Australian standards including AS1170.1 Part 1: Permanent, imposed and other actions, AS1170.2 Part 2: Wind actions, AS1170.3 Part 3: Snow and ice actions and AS1170.4 Part 4: Earthquake actions in Australia
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Cost of Capital and Cost of Equity | Business Finance
 
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http://goo.gl/qQjWG8 for more free video tutorials covering Business Finance. This video explains two important concepts of business finance- cost of capital & cost of equity. First part of the video discusses on cost of capital drawing an example of a firm in terms of debt and equity. The cost of capital primarily depends upon the use of funds not the source. Next, the video briefly discusses on cost of equity referring the returns that investors holding shares in a firm require subsequent to an explanation on SML approach and dividend growth model. Moving on the video also asks to calculate the cost of equity for an example of extremely prices shares. Step by step calculation has shown and ways to find out some important parameters are demonstrated visibly. Good understanding on cost of capital; cost of equity & there in between relationship as well as having knowledge on different methods of calculation is imperative to become an expert on today’s business finance and accountancy.
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Appreciation and Depreciation | Macroeconomics
 
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Forms of Market Efficiency | Portfolio Management (FINC201)
 
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http://goo.gl/eApOK6 for more free video tutorials covering Portfolio Management. The efficient market hypothesizes that a financial market is what recognized as informationally efficient. In this video, 3 forms of market efficiency are demonstrated in greater details. Market efficiency suggests that prices reflect certain information related to asset pricing and that it is therefore not possible to earn abnormally very high average returns using said information. The conclusion is like that as new information arrives randomly, prices will change randomly. Moving on, the video shows how in a ‘weak’ form of market information are reflected by all past price and trading volume information ruling out it to a technical analysis. Next, it explains how fundamental analysis is ruled out because of reflecting all public information on a ‘semi-strong’ form of market. Later, it does analysis on ‘strong’ form of market where information are held privately and draw the conclusion that in real life ‘semi-strong’ form of market is solely best.
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Social Facilitation Theories | Psychology (PSYC101)
 
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http://goo.gl/N4eCBZ for more free video tutorials covering Psychology. This video demonstrates social influence on human being categorizing it into two categories social facilitation and social inhibition following mere presence theory. The first part describes how in social facilitation, a person is influenced positively in the presence of others subsequent to an example of cyclist where it illustrates that the study has found that cyclist recorded faster times when racing against others than when they are cycling by themselves. This finalize that a cyclist performance has enhanced because of the presence of others. Second part of the video explains social inhibition and shows how the presence of others can significantly hinder the performance of a person giving an example that participants memorized lists better alone than in front of an audience. The video, in its’ last part, demonstrates the mere presence theory where it shows how presence of others affect differently at different group of people in the same time following a flow diagram.
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Introduction to Internal Control | Accounting and Financial Management (ACCT101)
 
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http://goo.gl/O599DV for more free video tutorials covering Accounting and Financial Management. This video demonstrates why organizations need internal control and subsequently outlines the components as well as limitations of internal control. Internal control is a system of accounting procedures and processes that are designed by management and implemented by organizations personnel to promote a reliable financial reporting, ensure compliance with all regulations and promote effective as well as efficient operation. Moving on, the video explains internal control as an entire system that dictates how accounting data should be recognized, recorded and preserved. It is not just one particular act, but dictates how all activities are performed. Next, the video discusses about the needs of internal control. Later, the video outlines the components of internal control that includes control environment, risk assessment, information and communication, monitoring and control activities. Finally, the video briefly talks about the limitations of internal control system e.g., misjudgment, collisions, misunderstanding, clerical errors, expense and override activities etc.
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2.5 Example 1 (Part 1): Introduction to the Problem | Structural Concepts and Design
 
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This Structural Concepts and Design video is part of a series of videos located at http://goo.gl/400sf8 Introduction to Structural Concepts and Design looks at how to quantify loads acting on a structure. The main loads that are looked at in this course include dead and live load, wind load, earthquake loading and snow loading.Introduction to Structural Concepts and Design looks at how to quantify loads acting on a structure. The main loads that are looked at in this course include dead and live load, wind load, earthquake loading and snow loading. The course uses various Australian standards including AS1170.1 Part 1: Permanent, imposed and other actions, AS1170.2 Part 2: Wind actions, AS1170.3 Part 3: Snow and ice actions and AS1170.4 Part 4: Earthquake actions in Australia
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1.8 Method of Sections Example (4:24)
 
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Diversification and Risk | Business Finance (FINC101)
 
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http://goo.gl/qa4j52 for more free video tutorials covering Business Finance. This video gives an overview on diversification and its risk starting with the question that what may be a reason for an investor to construct portfolios. The video itself gives the answer that to minimize risk. Basically, if a portfolios’ composition of different assets and shares increases, the overall risk will decrease. Next, the video introduces principle of diversification clearing the fact that constructing a portfolio consists of a number of assets can eliminate some but not all risk. Diversification normally reduces risk in two alternative ways- systematic or non-diversifiable & unsystematic or diversifiable. Next, the video discusses about the effect of unsystematic way of diversification showing how one can construct a portfolio to counter any downfall. Later, the video discusses on systematic diversification subsequent to a graphical representation of risk vs. number of shares. Fundamental on business finance & accounting is required to understand the content of the video.
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Transportation of Sediment – Wind, Ice, Water and Gravity | Geology
 
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http://bit.ly/1CfPCV7 For more FREE video tutorials covering Igneous, Sedimentary and Metamorphic Rocks and Geology In this video we look at the transportation of sediment (detrius) through the action of gravity, wind, ice and water. Sediment can be carried by wind and form sand dunes or in ice in the form of glaciers. It can also be transported in water as dissolved sediment, as suspended sediment, through saltation or as a bed load. Finally sediment can experience turbidity currents when the sediment at continental shelves is affected by gravity and form graded beds. These videos are on the topic of the formation and classification of igneous, metamorphic and sedimentary rock. In these video we look at intrusive and extrusive igneous rock; weathering, transportation and bedding structures in sedimentary rock formation and the formation of contact and regional metamorphic rock.
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Basic Probability Calculations | Business Statistics (STAT101)
 
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http://goo.gl/5FcugA for more free video tutorials covering Business Statistics. This video gives an overview on basic probability calculations dividing it into 4 topics- simple probability, joint probability, marginal probability & the additional rule. Probability means the possibility, likelihood or chance to happen a particular event out of two or more events. Simple probability refers to the probability that a simple event will occur and there will not be any pre-conditions. The video then explains simple probability through an example. Moving on, the video explains joint probability that involves the probability of 2 or more events by using a simple example where it asks to find out the probability of rain in today & tomorrow. Next, the video explains marginal probability that refers a set of joint probabilities & introduces the concept of mutually exclusive and collectively exhaustive events. Finally, the video discusses on the additional rule & shows how to calculate the probability of either any of two events from their individual probability and combined probability.
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Pure Substances Introduction | Thermodynamics (THRM101)
 
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http://goo.gl/VrC8UI for more free video tutorials covering Thermodynamics. The objectives of this video are to give an introduction of pure substances, elaborate on the key difference between pure substances and ideal gases as well as observe the P-V diagram of pure substances. Pure substances do not behave like ideal gases and therefore ideal gas law is invalid for pure substance. A pure substance is simply composed of only one type of molecule and is invariable in chemical composition. However, pure substance like water may not homogeneous throughout, for example it may contain two phases such as liquid and vapor. Such two phases can coexist during phase changes known as melting, vaporization and sublimation. The video demonstrates P-V diagram in greater details showing the saturated liquid line, phase changes, wet steam region, saturated vapor line, compressed liquid region & superheated vapor region following the calculation of steam quantity in two phase region. Next, it also describes different phases of pure substances at different temperature.
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2.3 Live Load Reduction Factor | Structural Concepts and Design
 
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This Structural Concepts and Design video is part of a series of videos located at http://goo.gl/ecL3qC Introduction to Structural Concepts and Design looks at how to quantify loads acting on a structure. The main loads that are looked at in this course include dead and live load, wind load, earthquake loading and snow loading.Introduction to Structural Concepts and Design looks at how to quantify loads acting on a structure. The main loads that are looked at in this course include dead and live load, wind load, earthquake loading and snow loading. The course uses various Australian standards including AS1170.1 Part 1: Permanent, imposed and other actions, AS1170.2 Part 2: Wind actions, AS1170.3 Part 3: Snow and ice actions and AS1170.4 Part 4: Earthquake actions in Australia
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Introduction to Pile Foundations | Geotechnical Engineering
 
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https://goo.gl/1AAeXq For more FREE video tutorials covering Pile Foundations and Soil Mechanics. In this video we introduce pile foundations, as well as the classification of pile foundations based on installation and load transfer mechanism. This video is part of the topic Pile Foundations, which cover the axial capacity of single piles and pile groups, the vertical settlement of pile foundations, and the lateral capacity and lateral deflection of piles.
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Introduction to Earthquake Loading in Structures | Structural Design & Loading
 
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http://goo.gl/BH59KQ for more FREE video tutorials covering Structural Design & Loading This video gives an overview on earthquake loading referring the Australian standard ‘AS 1170.4 -2007’ of structural design actions. Basically the earthquake load on any structure is due to inertial property of the structure itself. Inertia is an ability of any object to remain in state of rest unless acted upon by an external force. During earthquakes, as the ground shakes, lower part of structure is enforced to move with ground whereas its upper part by virtue of inertia tries to maintain its original state of rest. Accordingly, there exist two different deformation behaviors between lower and upper parts of the structure; hence forces are induced in it. In an earthquake, for a given structure, the acceleration response is primarily dependent on the frequency content of imposed ground motion, its’ degree of flexibility along with boundary condition at base. Flexible structures undergo lower acceleration values than if it were stiffer ones for given ground acceleration of normal frequency content. The video also explains the concepts of dynamic loading breaking it to numbers of equivalent static loads and then describes the effects of base shear and overturning moment on quake and thereby do an exploration on earthquake loading.
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Share Valuation | Business Finance (FINC101)
 
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http://goo.gl/6TwYSj for more free video tutorials covering Business Finance. The video gives an overview on share valuation starting with the concept that investors invest capital usually in the form of equity to a particular company in return for shares. These shares are expected to pay dividends in returns. Next, the video introduces an equation to find out the value of a share to investors. Moving on, the video illustrates a suitable example where it asks to consider a share that offers- dividend of three dollar in a year, can be sold in two years for five dollar and expected rate of return is fifteen percentages and then asks to calculate the value of share. Step by step calculation has shown giving the overview of the valuation technique. Next, the video describes another problem, a bit more complex than the first one asking to do valuation of share. Good understanding on share valuation is essential to become an expert on today’s business finance and accountancy.
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Introduction to Dead and Live Load | Structural Concepts and Design
 
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http://goo.gl/m2vjKA for more videos covering Structural Concepts and Design. This video covers how the various methods how to calculate the Dead Load (G) of a member or structure. The first method is to find the Dead Load (G) as a point load in kN by multiplying the density, gravity and volume of the structural member. The second method is to find the Dead Load (G) as a Uniformly Distributed Load (UDL) or Line Load in kN/m by multiplying the density, gravity and plan view area. The third method is to find the Dead Load (G) as a Pressure in kPa by multiplying the density, gravity and height. Introduction to Structural Concepts and Design looks at how to quantify loads acting on a structure. The main loads that are looked at in this course include dead and live load, wind load, earthquake loading and snow loading. Introduction to Structural Concepts and Design looks at how to quantify loads acting on a structure. The main loads that are looked at in this course include dead and live load, wind load, earthquake loading and snow loading. The course uses various Australian standards including AS1170.1 Part 1: Permanent, imposed and other actions, AS1170.2 Part 2: Wind actions, AS1170.3 Part 3: Snow and ice actions and AS1170.4 Part 4: Earthquake actions in Australia
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First Law of Thermodynamics for Open Systems | Thermodynamics (THRM101)
 
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http://goo.gl/yclkxV for more free video tutorials covering Thermodynamics. This video briefly explains the nature of open systems with respect to the conservation of mass, observes the energy balance for open systems, determines an empirical relation for work flow and demonstrates the first law of thermodynamics when applied to open systems. The first part of the video explains open systems as unit section of particular interest wherein there is a free movement of mass and energy following the illustration on piston-cylinder arrangement. Second part of the video demonstrates how changes in mass affect the overall mass of a system and thereafter introduces the continuity equation of mass flow rate. Next, it describes steady state steady flow system in greater details where the total mass of a system is constant means mass entering the system is equal to mass leaving the system at any particular time. Next, the video illustrates energy balance equation for open system following the derivation of equations of flow work. Last part of the video demonstrates the first law of thermodynamics correlating mass flow and flow work and shows how internal energy, kinetic energy, potential energy and thermal energy influence in the energy balance of an open system in greater details.
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Kaolinite, Montmorillonite and Illite | Soil Mechanics
 
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https://goo.gl/vtYW14 For more FREE video tutorials covering Clay Mineralogy and Soil Mechanics. In this video we look at the most common clay minerals encountered in engineering; kaolinite, montmorillonite and illite. We compare the structures and chemical properties of these minerals. This video is part of the topic clay mineralogy, which covers the structure of clay minerals, and also explains the hydration of clay and the double diffuse layer, specific surface as well as identification of clay soils.
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Basic Dead and Live Load Example | Structural Concepts and Design
 
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http://goo.gl/yyqXIU for more videos covering Structural Concepts and Design. Introduction to Structural Concepts and Design looks at how to quantify loads acting on a structure. The main loads that are looked at in this course include dead and live load, wind load, earthquake loading and snow loading.Introduction to Structural Concepts and Design looks at how to quantify loads acting on a structure. The main loads that are looked at in this course include dead and live load, wind load, earthquake loading and snow loading. The course uses various Australian standards including AS1170.1 Part 1: Permanent, imposed and other actions, AS1170.2 Part 2: Wind actions, AS1170.3 Part 3: Snow and ice actions and AS1170.4 Part 4: Earthquake actions in Australia
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Introduction To Concrete Structures | Reinforced Concrete Design
 
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http://goo.gl/TtaYKV for more FREE video tutorials covering Concrete Structural Design This video gives an introductory overview on concrete vs. steel, nature of tension and compression in concrete; subsequently explains the need for reinforced concrete. First part of the video vividly illustrates stress vs. strain diagram for both steel and concrete and demonstrates how stress-strain curve of concrete varies from steel concluding the fact that for steel, stress-strain curve is linear and for concrete the curve is non-linear. This results significantly in the nature of transmission of loads. Moving next, the video explains the nature of tension and compression in concrete elaborating the fact that a concrete structure can withstand substantial amount of compression force in compared to tension force. Later, the video introduces the need for reinforced concretes as well as discusses the construction of reinforced concrete clearing the concept that how reinforced concrete structure can overcome the limitation of concrete using steel material inside of it. Finally, the video overviews the common notation used to describe reinforced concrete in terms of yield stress, type and dia of steel material castoff inside the reinforced concrete structural elements.
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2.6 Example 1 (Part 2): Dead and Live Load in Slab | Structural Concepts and Design
 
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This Structural Concepts and Design video is part of a series of videos located at http://goo.gl/ArOuxX Introduction to Structural Concepts and Design looks at how to quantify loads acting on a structure. The main loads that are looked at in this course include dead and live load, wind load, earthquake loading and snow loading.Introduction to Structural Concepts and Design looks at how to quantify loads acting on a structure. The main loads that are looked at in this course include dead and live load, wind load, earthquake loading and snow loading. The course uses various Australian standards including AS1170.1 Part 1: Permanent, imposed and other actions, AS1170.2 Part 2: Wind actions, AS1170.3 Part 3: Snow and ice actions and AS1170.4 Part 4: Earthquake actions in Australia
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Mineral Properties – Colour, Streak, Lustre | Geology
 
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https://goo.gl/LWVdoV For more FREE video tutorials covering Mineral Properties, Identifying Minerals and Geology In this video we look at the mineral properties we use to identify minerals. These properties include mineral colour, streak, lustre, hardness, cleavage, fracture, density and the minerals reaction to acid. In this video we specifically look at the colour, streak and lustre of minerals. Lustre is usually described as metallic, submetallic, glassy, earthy or dull. These videos are part of a topic on in identification and classification of different mineral types. In these videos we will look at different mineral properties and then classify many example mineral samples.
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Operating and Cash Cycles | Business Finance (FINC101)
 
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http://goo.gl/v7wELP for more free video tutorials covering Business Finance. The objective of this video is to give an overview on operating cycles and cash cycles. Operating cycle can be defined as the length of time between purchasing inventory & receiving cash from sales. On the contrary, the cash cycle is the length of time between paying for the inventory and receiving cash from sales. Moving on, the video explains all the components of operating & cash cycle as well as discusses inventory period, AP period and AR period in greater details. Next, the video shows the calculation of turnover- the number of time a year that the average amount of inventory, receivables or payables are sold, recovered or paid. The video introduces inventory turnover which is the number of times a year that average inventory is sold. Later, it also discusses about the account receivable turnover and account payable turnover subsequent to an appropriate example where it shows all calculations simultaneously.
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Intro to Quantum Theory | Chemistry (CHEM101)
 
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http://goo.gl/DiaeCx for more FREE video tutorials covering Chemistry 1. This video demonstrates contemporary quantum theory using the concept of photons and the emission or absorption of photons results in changes in electrons energy levels. The first part of the video explains quantum theory which shows that energy exist as discrete particles known as quanta and the electromagnetic radiation in a given frequency is nothing but the exchange in quanta. The theory describes that EM radiation travels by smooth bundles of discrete particles called quanta and the unit portion of quanta is known as photons. Next, the energy calculation of photons by using formula has been explained in greater details with an example and later the importance of using standard units has been underlined. The second part of the video explains how changes in electron energy levels results in emission or absorption of photons. When photon strikes an atom, energy transfers to atom and it causes electrons to get moved into the higher energy level. And when electrons move to lower energy level it emits photons of light. Finally, the study of spectroscopy and the calculation of different energy levels using formula have been demonstrated in details.
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1 2 Present Value, Future Value and Cash Flow Diagram
 
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2.7 Example 1 (Part 3): Dead and Live Load in Joist | Structural Concepts and Design
 
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This Structural Concepts and Design video is part of a series of videos located at http://goo.gl/Uw4XAk Introduction to Structural Concepts and Design looks at how to quantify loads acting on a structure. The main loads that are looked at in this course include dead and live load, wind load, earthquake loading and snow loading.Introduction to Structural Concepts and Design looks at how to quantify loads acting on a structure. The main loads that are looked at in this course include dead and live load, wind load, earthquake loading and snow loading. The course uses various Australian standards including AS1170.1 Part 1: Permanent, imposed and other actions, AS1170.2 Part 2: Wind actions, AS1170.3 Part 3: Snow and ice actions and AS1170.4 Part 4: Earthquake actions in Australia
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1.2 Rectangular Stress Block and Effective Width | spoonfeedme.com.au
 
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Dynamic and Static Electricity | Electrical Engineering
 
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Cavitation and Net Positive Suction Head | Fluid Mechanics
 
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Ferrous and Nonferrous Metals | Engineering Materials
 
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Dead and Live Load in Column | Structural Design & Loading
 
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http://goo.gl/EvVTsp for more FREE video tutorials covering Structural Design & Loading The objective of this video is to determine dead and live load actions in column C1 in KN/m based on the data overviewed in section 1.14 of ‘Introduction to the Problem’ under the course STRU101. The total permanent load actions, G in the column C1 is equal to the sum of permanent load actions from beam B1 plus permanent load actions from girder B2 & B3 plus the self-weight of the column. The video step by step explains the entire calculation of these load actions individually. Moving on, the video elaborates how the permanent loads actions transmit from slabs to beam to girders to column to typical floor in greater details. Later, the video illustrates the calculation of live load in column which equals the sum of imposed actions received from beam B1 plus girders B2 & B3. With that the two examples demonstrates two kinds of problem i.e., one way slab and two way slabs load paths; understanding which is necessary to become a successful structural designer.
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Introduction to Wind Loading | Structural Design & Loading
 
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http://goo.gl/NwVu5S for more FREE video tutorials covering Structural Design & Loading This video gives a quick introduction to some of the theoretical concepts behindhand wind loading breaking it to topics- external wind pressure, internal wind pressure, combination of pressure, and translation of pressure to force.; subsequently uses the Australian standard ‘AS 1170.2’ of structural design sections for the wind actions. The video shows how positive & negative pressure developed concurrently in a structure as because the wind flows only in one direction at a time. The wind pressure develops ‘push type external pressure’ on the wall it directly strikes & ‘pull type external pressure’ on the leeward wall. The video describes the effect of external pressure to roof, windward, leeward and side walls. Moving on, the video explains the internal pressure developed because of wind which effect is similar to external pressure but opposite in nature. Later, the video illustrates the effect of combination of external and internal pressure developed because of wind force and finally shows the calculation of translation of pressure to force at 2nd level of a 3 story building in terms of the product of pressure & area equals to total acting force.
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Utility Curve - Markowitz Portfolio Theory | Portfolio Management (FINC201)
 
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http://goo.gl/ij3CxB for more free video tutorials covering Portfolio Management. This video discusses the use of utility to determine the optimal risky portfolio and expresses the ORP visually with indifference curves. The principals of the theory underlying the analysis and fundamental evaluation of rational portfolio choices based on risk return tradeoffs and efficient diversification. The video derives an equation following the demonstrations on key elements. It also plots mean against variance and draws indifference curves to show optimal risky portfolio. In the Markowitz mean-variance portfolio theory, one can model the rate of returns on assets as random variables. The goal is then to choose the exact portfolio weighing factors optimally. In the framework of the Markowitz theory an optimal set of weights is one in which the portfolios achieves an acceptable baseline expected rate of return with minimal validity. Here the variance of the rate of return of an instrument is taken as a surrogate for its varied features of volatility.
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Intoduction to Record Keeping |  Accounting and Financial Management (ACCT101)
 
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http://goo.gl/FVF1jf for more free video tutorials covering Accounting and Financial Management. This video gives an introductory overview on record keeping in accounting and its importance, what does record keeping do & its’ influence in the accounting cycle. Record keeping is a system of accounting that processes important data from events in the real world, turning it into usable information that a user can used to make informed decisions. Basically, here information an evidences are used to prepare financial statement which also used to verify integrity of financial statement when auditing. Next, the video discusses the importance of record keeping in details. Moving on, the video briefly demonstrates how record keeping play significant role to support management decision making and explains the key elements of record keeping. Last part of the video illustrates steps in the accounting cycle- source document, journal entries, post to ledger, pre-closing trail balance, adjusting entries, adjusted trail balances, closing journal entries, post-closing trial balance and financial statement.
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Dead Load in Column on Ground Floor of Structure Example | Structural Design & Loading
 
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http://goo.gl/ixv0WN for more FREE video tutorials covering Structural Design & Loading The objective of this video is to find out permanent action on edge column at ground floor. Very first, the video introduces the schematic diagram of the structure to illustrate what is happening. The column (C1) at ground floor takes load from the girder. The earlier videos show how different loads transmit from slabs to joists & then joists to girder. The video, then, shows the consideration of slab underneath the edge column (C1) to demonstrate the permanent action on it at ground floor. Moving on, the video shows the calculation of permanent actions of edge column (C1) for single story that equals the sum of permanent action from girder B2, permanent actions from edge girder B3 and the self-weight of the column. The video shows the individual calculation of each section and finally calculate the total permanent actions on edge column at ground floor by multiplying ten with the calculated load for single story because of being the office building ten-storied.
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2.8 Example 1 (Part 4): Dead and Live Load in Girder | Structural Concepts and Design
 
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This Structural Concepts and Design video is part of a series of videos located at http://goo.gl/DDGxPZ Introduction to Structural Concepts and Design looks at how to quantify loads acting on a structure. The main loads that are looked at in this course include dead and live load, wind load, earthquake loading and snow loading.Introduction to Structural Concepts and Design looks at how to quantify loads acting on a structure. The main loads that are looked at in this course include dead and live load, wind load, earthquake loading and snow loading. The course uses various Australian standards including AS1170.1 Part 1: Permanent, imposed and other actions, AS1170.2 Part 2: Wind actions, AS1170.3 Part 3: Snow and ice actions and AS1170.4 Part 4: Earthquake actions in Australia
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Slab Design Example 1: Steel Reinforcing Spacing | Reinforced Concrete Design
 
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http://goo.gl/PNrWgf for more FREE video tutorials covering Concrete Structural Design The objectives of this video are to find out steel spacing required for bottom reinforcing for slab 1 as well as look at the minimum spacing requirement using section 9.4.1(b). At first, the video writes down the value of minimum area steel requirements directly referring from the previous video and draws the schematic diagram of slab showing the position of steel bars & slab width. Next, the video shows how to calculate the spacing required for each steel bars. Moving on, the video refers to section 9.4.1 (b) with the purpose to find out the minimum spacing requirement where it clearly states that the centre to centre spacing of bars in each direction shall not exceed the lesser of two times of slab depth or 300 mm. Using this reference, the video finds out the minimum spacing requirement of 300 mm. Later, the video demonstrates the happenings if the spaces between steel bars are very large & subsequently finds out the final value of minimum area and minimum spacing requirements for slab 1 design.
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Effective Stress and Total Stress for Water Table above Soil Profile Example | Soil Mechanics
 
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https://goo.gl/dJWriE For more FREE video tutorials covering Effective Stress and Total Stress and Soil Mechanics. In this video we look at an example whereby the water table is above the soil profile and the effect this has on the effective stress, total stress and pore water pressure for a given point on the soil profile. This video is part of the topic effective stress and total stress, which uses the dry and saturated unit weight as well as pore water pressure values to calculate the effective and total stress for a given point on the soil profile. The capillary effect is explained for clay profiles.
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Introduction to Slope Stability | Soil Mechanics
 
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https://goo.gl/7i318r For more FREE video tutorials covering Slope Stability and Soil Mechanics. In this video we introduce the concept of slope stability as well as the different types of slopes. We also introduce the different failure mechanisms experienced by soil slopes as well as the causes for slope failure. We also discuss infinite and finite slope analysis. This video is part of the topic Slope Stability, which cover the different types of slopes, infinite slope analysis, circular slip element analysis, Swedish Method of Slices, Bishop’s Method and Taylor’s Charts. Examples are also demonstrated.
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1.1 Introduction to Structural Concepts & Design Overview
 
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http://goo.gl/KFcRlA for more videos covering Structural Concepts and Design. This video covers the definition of a load/action, which is a force acting on a structure. The video then looks at the typical loads and their corresponding Australian standards. The first load is the dead load, which is comprised of self-weight of a member, and superimposed dead load. The second load is the live load. Details of these loads can be found in AS1170.1 Part 1: Permanent, imposed and other actions. The next loads include wind load, snow and ice and Earthquake. Details of these loads can be found in AS1170.2 Part 2: Wind actions. AS1170.3 Part 3: Snow and ice actions and AS1170.4 Part 4: Earthquake actions in Australia. The final part of the video looks at the difference between a static and dynamic load as well as the difference between a vertical and lateral load. Introduction to Structural Concepts and Design looks at how to quantify loads acting on a structure. The main loads that are looked at in this course include dead and live load, wind load, earthquake loading and snow loading.Introduction to Structural Concepts and Design looks at how to quantify loads acting on a structure. The main loads that are looked at in this course include dead and live load, wind load, earthquake loading and snow loading. The course uses various Australian standards including AS1170.1 Part 1: Permanent, imposed and other actions, AS1170.2 Part 2: Wind actions, AS1170.3 Part 3: Snow and ice actions and AS1170.4 Part 4: Earthquake actions in Australia
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2.4 Decompression Point: Part 1 | spoonfeedme.com.au
 
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Composition of Cement | Engineering Materials
 
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Introduction to the Strength Interaction Diagram | Reinforced Concrete Design
 
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http://goo.gl/EF0RMQ for more FREE video tutorials covering Concrete Structural Design This video gives an introductory overview on strength interaction diagram and explains meaning of different points of the diagram. Very first, the video displays the strength interaction diagram which is nothing but the axial force vs. moment diagram; subsequently explains an exemplary rectangular block profile of having compression at top side & tension in bottom side. Next, the video elaborates different points of the diagram e.g., squash, decompression, balanced nominal, pure bending etc. The first point of the diagram is ‘squash’ that reflects uniform strain & no moment condition. Next is decompression point which reflects no tension condition. The point balanced nominal reflects that the tension is equal to 0.0025 and compression is equal to 0.003 whereas the point balanced actual means compression is 0.003 and the yield strain of the steel is unknown. Last point of the diagram is pure bending which means no axial load conditions. Finally, the video refers to next videos under this course for further details.
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Cash Receipt Journal | Accounting and Financial Management (ACCT101)
 
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Normal Distribution | Business Finance (FINC101)
 
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http://goo.gl/iz95x4 for more free video tutorials covering Business Finance. This video gives a brief overview on normal distributions which is fundamentally a probability distribution that plots it values in a symmetrical structure and most of the results are situated around the probability mean. Given enough observations within a sample size, it is reasonable to make the assumption that returns flow a normally distributed pattern. The video, however, shows how returns on assets may roughly follow a normal distribution curve. Subsequently, it explains the concept of mean and average over a normal distribution curve. Moving next, the video introduces geometric returns & averages starting with the basic concept of arithmetic mean. It shows how geometric returns plainly consider the dependency of returns in comparison with arithmetic mean. Next, the video illustrates an example where it has been asked to calculate arithmetic mean and geometric return for 3 different percentages of return. A good understanding on normal distribution is mandatory in the way to get mastered in finance.
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Transient Systems | Thermodynamics (THRM101)
 
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http://goo.gl/8p0bSM for more free video tutorials covering Thermodynamics. This video explains transient system following the detailed illustration of relevant equations & an example relating to charging-discharging transient system. First part of the video explains the steady flow process for open systems discussing relevant equation of total energy transfer. Next, it describes transient system and distinguishes it from close system which is very similar to transient system. The transient system has to be defined over period of time where changes occur within the control volume of the system. The video shows how summation of thermal energy, flow work & total energy of mass entering and leaving the transient system is equal to the total energy difference between any two points of the system in any particular time. Later, it describes a charging-discharging system in details, a very common form of transient system, where it has shown that how control volume of the system changes with respect to time affecting the total energy balance of the system.
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1 1, Loads & Transfer of Forces + Types of Supports 10;33
 
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Liquid Crystals I Chemistry
 
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http://goo.gl/NCEx7p for more free video tutorials covering Chemistry. This video demonstrates the types of liquid crystal, their characteristics and uses. The first part of the video explains the liquid crystals’ isotropic structure and three different phases of liquid- nematic phase, smectic A phase and smectic C phase. Nematic phase represents thermotropic liquid crystal whereas smectic phase represents crystal that form at lower temperature. Usually when a solid is warmed its transformation to liquid takes place by the sequence solid to nematic then nematic to smectic A, smectic A to smectic C and finally smectic C to liquid. The next part of the video describes certain properties of liquid crystals in flow behaviors and their optical characteristics in greater details e.g., liquid crystals are viscous, they don’t flow, they can be poured into a mold, they can take shape of the container, they interact with light of different polarizations. Last part describes the uses of liquid crystals highlighting their special properties- when aligned they can transmit light very well and when unorientated they are poor transmitter of light in details.
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