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tools4revit Truss+ v2013.1 for Revit Architecture 2013
13 January 2013

tools4revit Truss+ v2013.1 for Revit Architecture 2013

tools4revit Truss+ v2013.1 for Revit Architecture 2013
English | tools4revit Truss+ v2013.1 for Revit Architecture 2013 | 96.98 MB


Great BIM solution for Autodesk® Revit® Architecture/Structure provides a powerful set of functions for wooden roof framing.
Powerful functionality of Truss+ allow designers to quickly create/edit new types of parametric wooden trusses and helps to frame roof hips, gables, barn ends, L returns and valley sets with ease.
The International Space Station: Building for the Future
22 September 2010

The International Space Station: Building for the Future
The International Space Station: Building for the Future
Praxis 2008 | 389 | ISBN: 0387781447 | PDF | 8 Mb
This book will cover in great detail the newest construction and uses of the International Space Station. The new volume will continue on from the end of Creating the International Space Station by David Harland and John Catchpole (published in January 2002 by Springer Praxis), providing flight by flight details and relevant political and "behind the scenes" activities as are necessary to explain why certain decisions, including flight re-scheduling and crew-reassignment, are made. Part 1 will open with a chapter recounting the political history of the ISS, including how and why the program came into being. Chapter 2 will look at the four partners involved (USA, Russia, ESA, and Brazil), with a brief *** of what each partner is bringing to the program. Chapter 3 will study the initial goals of the program, how they have changed and whether they have been met. Chapter 4 will summarize the program at the end of Creating the International Space Station. Part 2 will look at the findings and recommendations of the International Space Station Management and Cost Evaluation Task Force. Part 3 will examine the original flight coverage, including the beginning of the construction of the Integrated Truss Structure, and will cover the station’s occupation from the start of Expedition 4, through to the end of Expedition 6. Part 4 will start with the loss of STS-107 – Columbia – and explain its effect on both the International Space Station and the American space effort in general. It will cover the Expedition 7 occupation through to the beginning of Expedition 13, concentrating on the work of the two-person "Caretaker Crews". Part 5 will study the recovery from the STS-107 tragedy and the re-commencement of the ISS construction, overcoming the grounding of the Space Shuttle fleet. It will cover the remainder of the Expedition 13 occupation, the return to three-person occupation, through to the end of Expedition 15 and the installation of Node-2, the final American module. Part 6 will briefly look forward to the installation of the International Partner’s modules as well as the introduction of the European and Japanese robotic cargo vehicles. The book will end with a glance at plans for the Orion spacecraft and Ares-1 launch vehicle, and the delivery of Node-2, the final piece of American hardware. Three Appendices will up-date those published in Creating the International Space Station: Appendix A will list ISS hardware descriptions, Appendix B will be a complete ISS Flight Log and Appendix C will be a full ISS Extravehicular Activity Log. ...
Space Shuttle STS 118 Launch (2007) HR HDTV XviD-LaR
17 June 2011

Space Shuttle STS 118 Launch (2007) HR HDTV XviD-LaR

Space Shuttle STS 118 Launch (2007) HR HDTV XviD-LaR
English | 00:23:40 | Video : XviD 960x544 29.97 fps 5300 kbs | Audio : AC3 48kHz 384 kbs | 902 MB
Genre: Documentary

STS-118 launch. Space Shuttle Endeavour launching from launch pad 39A at the Kennedy Space Center, Florida, USA, on 8th August 2007 at 18:36 local time. STS-118 is the 22nd mission to the International Space Station (ISS) and will continue space station construction by delivering a third starboard truss segment. The ISS is a joint effort by several national space agencies, including NASA. It orbits Earth at an altitude of around 350 kilometres.
Cinema, Space, and Polylocality in a Globalizing China
16 February 2012

Cinema, Space, and Polylocality in a Globalizing China

Cinema, Space, and Polylocality in a Globalizing China

2009 | 257 | ISBN: 0824834089 , 0824833376 | PDF | 4 Mb

Three key concepts of space reflect a significant recent development in human geography and social theory. The first is the concept of space as product, according to which space is seen as produced by social, political, and economic forces rather than as a natural given; an analogous concept is Henri Lefebvre’s “production of space,” which occurs at different scales, from the globe to the body, from cosmos to hearth.2 The second key concept is that of space as process, according to which space is conceived as multiple, coeval, and relational; as such, space inevitably engages other terms such as place and locality, and it calls attention to its multidirectional flows and its historical contingency. The third concept is that of space as productive, according to which space becomes a dynamic force that generates changes, shapes experiences, and demands narratives; as such, space constitutes what Massey calls “a simultaneity of stories-so-far,” a discursive mechanism that at once foregrounds the multiplicity and heterogeneity of space and necessitates human intervention by way of narrativization and theoretization....
Concepts of Space: The History of Theories of Space in Physics: Third, Enlarged Edition
30 May 2011

Concepts of Space: The History of Theories of Space in Physics: Third, Enlarged Edition
Concepts of Space: The History of Theories of Space in Physics: Third, Enlarged Edition
261 pages | Aug 31 2010 |ISBN:0486271196 | PDF | 5.5 Mb

Newly updated study surveys the concept of space from the standpoint of historical development, including space in antiquity, Judeo-Christian ideas about space, Newton’s concept of absolute space, space from 18th century to the present. Extensive new chapter reviews changes in philosophy of space since publication of second edition (1969). Numerous original quotations and bibliographical references. "...admirably compact and swiftly paced style."—Philosophy of Science. Foreword by Albert Einstein. Bibliography.
Eats, Shoots & Leaves: The Zero Tolerance Approach to Punctuation
31 July 2011

Eats, Shoots & Leaves: The Zero Tolerance Approach to Punctuation


Eats, Shoots & Leaves: The Zero Tolerance Approach to Punctuation By Lynne Truss


Publisher: Got..ham Bo..oks 2004 | 209 Pages | ISBN: 0786546328, 0786546336 | PDF | 2 MB



If Lynne Truss were Catholic I’d nominate her for sainthood. As it is, thousands of English teachers from Maine to Maui will be calling down blessings on her merry, learned head for the gift of her book, Eats, Shoots & Leaves.
It’s a book about punctuation. Punctuation, if you don’t mind! (I hesitated over that exclamation mark, and it’s all her doing.) The book is so spirited, so scholarly, those English teachers will sweep all other topics aside to get to, you guessed it, punctuation.
Topology Optimization in Structural and Continuum Mechanics
24 September 2013

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Topology Optimization in Structural and Continuum Mechanics
English | 2013 | ISBN: 3709116422 | 482 pages | PDF | 12,1 MB

The book covers new developments in structural topology optimization. Basic features and limitations of Michell’s truss theory, its extension to a broader class of support conditions, generalizations of truss topology optimization, and Michell continua are reviewed.
Advexsoft Disk Space Inspector 3.9.3
30 September 2010

Advexsoft Disk Space Inspector 3.9.3
Advexsoft Disk Space Inspector 3.9.3 | 7.18 Mb

Disk Space Inspector is a feature-packed, yet easy to use, software for the disk space usage analysis, management and reporting. Disk Space Inspector delivers easy to read and comprehensive text and image reports of disk space usage by your network users/share names/volume/directory and other file attributes. Disk Space Inspector® allows you to determine where,how your disk space is being used and by whom on your local computer and/or network servers. You can determine which folders and/or volumes are using the largest space. You can easily create disk space reports as text file (HTML,CSV,XML) and image files (pie and bar chart reports).
The Astronaut's Cookbook: Tales, Recipes, and More
3 August 2010

The Astronaut's Cookbook: Tales, Recipes, and More
The Astronaut's Cookbook: Tales, Recipes, and More
Springer 2009 | 224 | ISBN: 1441906231 | PDF | 4 Mb
Ever wanted to know what the astronauts eat when they re in space? Now, you can do better than that! You can actually make what they eat in your own kitchen! And while you re waiting for your delicious (hah!) space food to cook, you can read about the history of the space program, space food preparation methods, and even get to know many of the astronauts that have dined in space. Did they find the food appetizing? What did they miss most when they were in space? How did NASA try to improve the food over the years? Charles Bourland is a retired long-time director of the NASA space food program, and Gregory Vogt, also a former NASA education specialist, helped train the astronauts. Both veterans of the U.S. space program have combined here to provide authentic recipes not only of foods that were actually served during various space missions (including Skylab, Apollo, the space shuttle, and the International Space Station) but also some of the astronauts favorite recipes and even space recipes from famous TV chefs Rachael Ray and Emeril Lagasse! You will be amused and amazed at the information you find here. And you will be ready to impress your friends and family with your new culinary skills. Finally, you will have a much better understanding of what it really is to live in space, for weeks or even months at a time. Any volunteers for a trip to Mars? If you are a food lover, maybe not after you read this book and serve up some of its culinary treats... ...
Protection of Materials and Structures from Space Environment: ICPMSE-6 (Space Technology Proceedings)
25 September 2010

Protection of Materials and Structures from Space Environment: ICPMSE-6 (Space Technology Proceedings)

Protection of Materials and Structures from Space Environment: ICPMSE-6 (Space Technology Proceedings)

Springer 2003 | 566 | ISBN: 1402016905 | PDF | 12 Mb

The ICPMSE-6 meeting continued the discussions started in 1992 when this conference series was started. The proceedings of ICPMSE-6 conference contain the latest developments in the area of the effects of the space environment on materials and structures and the ways to prevent and/or reduce them. For the first time, information on environment factors affecting the behavior of materials in GEO and MEO orbits was included in the topics. The main mandate of the meeting, as in the past years was to: + promote the dissemination of experimental data and experience among research organizations, and scientists gathered in ground and flight experiments; + learn about the latest advances in the field of material's and structures' protection in space environment and to provide a basis for interaction and utilization of ideas; + review the latest research and development in topics such as: effects of space environment on materials and structures, predictive models for interaction of materials with space environment factors, and alternative ways for protection from space environment. ...