The structural design of onshore facilities is intricate due to the dependence of the structural engineer on experience, past projects, several internal/external stakeholders for parameters for the design and different codes of practice. For example, if an engineer is to design a vertical vessel, they will require the weight, wind load, bolt positions and size… Read More Onshore Structural Design – How to Design Each Facility Feature
According to Britannica, 5 of the world’s most devastating financial crises (in recent times), occurred in 1772, 1929-39, 1973, 1997 and 2007-08. As at October of 2009, unemployment rate in the US crossed the 10% mark. This 10% mark has been crossed twice since the great depression, which was until the pandemic. As at April… Read More Hidden Secrets of Money – Unusual Nature of this Recession
In recent years, the need to have better dental hygiene has reverberated. The response of some people may be due to their fear of losing a tooth or more which could affect normal everyday use of the mouth. From the perspective of medical professionals and researchers, however, dental health goes beyond eating and talking; it… Read More Your Guide to Health – The Dental and Heart Health Connection
There are a number of civil and structural engineers who have attempted to work in the power, petrochemical or even the oil industry without success. They usually find themselves to be unqualified due to the specialist nature of the structural engineering approach in the sector. Some reasons young engineers do not have the requisite skills… Read More Onshore Structural Design – What is it all about?