The concrete mix design involves various steps, calculations, and laboratory testing to find the right mix proportions.

Concrete mix design is the process of finding the right proportions of cement, sand, and aggregates for concrete to achieve target strength in structures. So, the concrete mix design can be stated as Concrete Mix = Cement: Sand: Aggregates. The concrete mix design involves various steps, calculations, and laboratory testing to find the right mix proportions.
Attached below are
. The laboratory rubric
.Lab instructions
.Report requirements
.lab #4 instructions
.Data collected in the lab experiment
.Class notes showing steps for using the absolute volume method in creating the mix design
. Questions and research that needs to be included in the introduction of the report
. Continuation of data
please refer to the following documentation and incorrupt them within the lab
Thank you.

Problem on your main (longest miles) route per the original plan.

this is a civil engineering course. here are the instructions.
THERE IS A MAJOR MAJOR!!! PROBLEM ON YOUR MAIN (LONGEST MILES) ROUTE PER THE ORIGINAL PLAN. THIS CAUSED THE ROAD TO BE CLOSED FOR TWO Months (DECEMBER 2st to FEBRUARY 2st.
Therefore, A Student or TEAM need to modify their original travel route to an alternate route in order to be in SAN ANTONIO by JAN. 9th.
attached is the original route please address the problem, the need for an alternate route, and the solution

Select a topic related to construction management.

Research Paper Guidelines:
1. Topic:
Select a topic related to construction management. The course syllabus is a good starting point; it can provide you with several ideas. It is, however, advisable that you select a topic of your interest and possessing the potential to be the topic of your future MS thesis. Although not a requirement, it is recommended to select a topic relevant to the Palestine construction industry.
2. Scope:
You should limit the scope of your paper so you can adequately cover your topic in less than 30 pages (double-spaced). Remember it is the quality not quantity that counts.
3. Form/Style:
The paper should be typed (double-spaced). You should use a formal technical writing format, including proper language usage (example: papers published in ASCE Journal of CEM).
4. Academic Ethics:
The preparation and writing of the paper should adhere to the standards of academic ethics. Plagiarism in any form and in any part of the paper will result in a zero mark for the entire paper. Ignorance of what constitutes plagiarism will not be accepted as an excuse.
4. Evaluation:
Papers will be graded according to the following criteria and weights:
• Content 60%
• English 10%
• Form/Style 10%
• References 10%
• Class Presentation 10%
5. Useful References on Writing Papers:
www.indiana.edu/~wts/pamphlets
http://www.taftcollege.edu/newTC/Academic/inco48/sec2.htm
www.unc.edu.depts/wcweb/handouts

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– you may also reference appropriate engineering codes of ethics, previous cases, peers, and personal/professional experience when analyzing the actions.

please take some reference for CodeOfEthics here, thank you so much.
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https://www.nspe.org/sites/default/files/resources/pdfs/Ethics/CodeofEthics/NSPECodeofEthicsforEngineers.pdf
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When addressing the case study, the analysis must include the following:
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Define the stakeholders in the scenario.
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– A stakeholder is anyone with a vested interest in the outcome of the issue at hand or anyone/party that had an obligation to act in the scenario.
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– This is purely a definition, do not repeat what is already stated in the case study
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Using concepts you have learned in class, evaluate the actions of the participants from an ethical standpoint.
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– This will be the bulk of your analysis.
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– You may also reference appropriate engineering codes of ethics, previous cases, peers, and personal/professional experience when analyzing the actions.
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-Ensure you reference the relevant course concepts in your analysis
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Provide at least two alternative courses of action to the problem. These alternatives do not have to necessarily be better courses of action—simply describe a different way the problem could have been addressed.
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– Discuss the ethical implications of each alternative course of action.
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– Identify any FUTURE actions which should be taken to prevent something like this from happening again.
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This is an analysis paper; please ensure you properly reference the course concepts when they are used in your paper. Use the IEEE conference method for references, but not the IEEE format for the paper itself. This will get you more comfortable using the IEEE format for when you get to the contemporary report.

It is the quality of your references,

ABSTRACT
Put abstract text here.
INTRODUCTION
The introduction of your paper should go here
describing the problem on hand. Body text should be
Times New Roman, font size 10. Literature references in
the text should be numbered as such and included in the
references section . It is the quality of your references,
and how well you understand them, and not the quantity
of your references that is important. Use section
headings for clarity and organization. Be sure to use
figure captions and provide proper references to
published materials from other works.
TECHNICAL APPROACH
The technical approach should go here. Use sub-
sections for clarity and organization.
RESULTS AND CASE STUDIES
Any results and discussions should go here. If there
is a case study to be included, it belongs to here.
REFERENCES
[1] ………….
[2] ………….
[3] …………

The drawings also have to be edited.

I submitted an essay to my uni. My teacher gave a bad grade and had a lot of feedback to it. Its research paper in building engineering. Its also needed to draw in AutoCad for it.
See Paper details, my paper and the feedback I received.
Use my paper as base but implement all the feedback en paper details. Somethings have to be redone. The drawings also have to be edited.

Important info

Instructions will be uploaded later.
Important Info

The order was placed through a short procedure (customer skipped some order details).
Please clarify some paper details before starting to work on the order.

Type of paper and subject
Number of sources and formatting style
Type of service (writing, rewriting, etc)

The project description sheet describes everything required.

The Project Description sheet describes everything required. The excel file (project template) that has to be filled out is attached and all the articles that have to be used for this Project are also attached. Overall, the excel file has to be filled out, a presentation of max 10 slides has to be made and a 1200 word written user guide has to be made for the excel file