Ted Cashin

ID:799
First Name:Ted
Last Name:Cashin
Last Change:1999-01-23
Number of Files:6 (278th most prolific)
Number of Downloads:48,557 (224th most downloaded)

Coordinate Transformation Program   (details) 48 ENG   12 KB / 1 KB
Given coordinates of two points in two different systems of Cartesian coordinates, the program can convert the coordinates of any point in the first system to coordinates in the second system.
By Ted Cashin. 1998-08-09

Feet Inches and Sixteenths Conversion   (details) 48 ENG   8 KB / 1 KB
Included are conversions from ff.iiss to decimal feet and then back as well as two programs that allow you to add and subtract numbers in the ff.iiss format.
By Ted Cashin. 1999-01-23

Live Load Distribution   (details) 48 ENG   16 KB / 1 KB
Given a simple span lengths behind and ahead this program will give you a reaction for one line of wheels over a bent. This is used to get a p-load to input into the pier program. Checks standard truck and lane loads. Includes impact and calculates an average impact fraction so that this can be left off for the footing design.
By Ted Cashin. 1999-01-23

Reinforced Concrete Beam Capacity Program   (details) 48 ENG   25 KB / 1 KB
Programs that accurately calculate the moment capacity of a beam section. Used for rectangular beams with tension reinforcement, analysis of T-beam, over-reinforced beam, minimum reinforcement and shear capacity of the beam section.
By Ted Cashin. 1998-08-09

Section Properties Program   (details) 48 ENG   8 KB / 1 KB
Takes dimensions of a shape and calculates Area, Moment of Inertia and the centroid relative to the top (or bottom) of the section. The user must enter information by dividing the shape into layers.
By Ted Cashin. 1998-08-09

Vertical Curve Programs   (details) 48 ENG   15 KB / 1+ KB
Several programs, which can: take a station on the stack and returns an elevation, gives slope at the station in question, gives the station and elevation of the low point of a sag curve or the high point of a crest curve, or will tell the user that the grades have the same sign.
By Ted Cashin. 1998-08-09

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