Fixed Price: Less than $500
| Posted: 9h, 35m ago | Ends: 2d, 13h |
Greetings! Attached is a floor plan that needs to be redesigned so that the sq. footage can be reduced from 2400 to around 1850-1900 sq. ft. All of the room dimensions will need to be precise (note: the current dimensions on the attachment are "approximate"). Ideally, we're hoping to change this house from a 3 bdrm/2 bath to a 2 bdrm/2.5 bath......with a COMPUTER ROOM/DEN where "Bedroom 2" is located. We're hoping the following changes will create the perfect home: Step 1 - REMOVE (close off) the walk-in closet in Bedroom 3, and ADD the 3 closet combo - as seen in the Optional Bedroom insert for "Bedroom 4" Step 2 - REMOVE the Utility Room (between "Foyer" and "Bedroom 3") and SHIFT "Dining Room" and "Foyer" to the right. [Essentially, the foyer will be where that utility room is] Step 3 - Step 2 should cause/allow for a reduction in the size of the "Family Room". The current dimension says 19'x17'8&qu...
Fixed Price: Not Sure
| Posted: 15h, 19m ago | Ends: 2d, 7h |
Redrafting of existing building archived files into ACAD including some revised layout for the building interior; 1 story warehouse will be divided into 3 bays. South portion of the building will be redesigned to accommodate a food production facility on the main and second floor. The second floor will also have a few offices added. Also the exterior exit stair from the second floor will have to be relocated to accommodate a few changes to the exterior elevations to the North, South, and West of the buildings. Looking for a quick turn around on this project. More detail to follow along with attachments.
Fixed Price: Less than $500
| Posted: 18h, 51m ago | Ends: 2d, 4h |
Aim The aim of the work is to identify modes of vibration of a component and the associated natural frequencies by different techniques and compare the values. 1. Finite element analysis Prepare a finite element model of the component and extract the first six modes of vibration and associated natural frequencies. You are recommended to use the finite element analysis software, ANSYS to undertake your analysis.You will need to measure the component to obtain its dimensions you will also need to find out what material it is made of. Provide a rationale for your model commenting on your assumptions and choice of constraints, elements, nodes, etc. Comment on each of the mode shapes. 2. Hand Calculations Carry out appropriate hand calculations to estimate the first few modes to confirm your finite element analysis results are sensible. You will need to reference the source of your calculations. 3. Experiment analysis The component will be excited by an impact hammer at different locat...
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