In memory of Dr. Terry Kohutek, Texas A & M, Professor of Civil Engineering

# Category: Jupyter

# Structural Calculations for Beams Using Calculus via Sympy Jul 2022

Something about calculus and Sympy is lovable.

# Pipe Flexibility using Julia and Jupyter Jul 2022

I compared equations from den Hartog, from Kireev et al, and from B31.3 Table D300.

The agreement was quite good.

# Beam Deflections Jun 2022

# ASCE Exact Wind Integration (closed form equations) Jun 2021

I developed a Python function to calculate closed form * exact* values for wind forces and wind CGs.

I use only calculus — no bar charts with 0′ to 15′, 20′ to 25′, et cetera —- a curve rather than a step function. I present derivations and examples.

# MIT Math Test 1876 Jan 2021

So many solutions.

# PyXLL to Jupyter Interface (with video) Dec 2020

This example is an actual serious structural engineering calculation with graphical documentation.

# AISC C Coefficient for Bolt Groups using Azure Jupyter Notebook Oct 2018

I decided to try out Jupyter using Microsoft Azure (currently a free trial). I’ve invested a couple of days on this project including learning new notebook extensions and Interact widgets. And so far, so good. Pros Easy to use Well-documented Relatively trouble-free Cons Could have faster response times

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