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Describe what you know and understand in a structured way.

Your responses should include a well-researched written account with a clear structure, with references showing you have read around the topic area.
To do well in this assignment:
• Read around the subject – refer to journal papers, reports, and textbooks.
• Describe what you know and understand in a structured way.
• Use clear plain English.
• If you include images or photos, make sure to include captions and cross-reference them to the text.
• Read it through to make sure it makes sense and does not contain syntax, spelling, and grammatical errors.

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Describe your understanding of the term “neoliberalism” and of its criticisms.

Please read the five articles below (four links and one attachment) and answer the questions listed below. Thank you. Please feel free to reach me out if there’s any questions.
https://academic.oup.com/cdj/article/45/2/198/339402?login=true
https://academic.oup.com/cdj/article/51/1/23/2365880?login=true
https://openknowledge.worldbank.org/handle/10986/18003
https://publications.gc.ca/site/eng/245322/publication.html
Questions
a)Based on what you have learned from the readings in this lesson, how would you define or describe “community” in the context of resource and infrastructure projects?
b)Thinking of what you have learned in previous courses, your workplace experience as well as your reading about technological developments, describe the nature and significance of challenges posed by global communications technologies (including social media) to the practice of community development generally and for development associated with large projects specifically?
c)Describe your understanding of the term “neoliberalism” and of its criticisms. In your view, what aspects do critics get right, and what do they get wrong? Is community development just window-dressing for exploitation?
d)Deanna Kemp suggests that while integrity in local practice can mitigate some of the concerns raised by Kenny, the effectiveness of local practice faces impediments that community developers must consider. What are these impediments?

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Attached is the detailed instructions, please note this is a methodology section

Attached is the detailed instructions, please note this is a methodology section of the term paper discussing monte carlo simulation. I am expecting subsections clearly identified and linked.
I am not expecting examples or solved problems in this section
you can use equations if it will serve the purpose

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Attached is the detailed instructions, please note this is a methodology section

Attached is the detailed instructions, please note this is a methodology section of the term paper discussing monte carlo simulation. I am expecting subsections clearly identified and linked.
I am not expecting examples or solved problems in this section
you can use equations if it will serve the purpose

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Describe the building features and design, the evacuation plan and/or emergency planning, and the occupant characteristics and elaborate three realistic fire scenarios, discuss potential impacts.

Complete a case study of a public building: identify a public building, describe the building features and design, the evacuation plan and/or emergency planning, and the occupant characteristics and elaborate three realistic fire scenarios, discuss potential impacts.

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I have chosen based on the recommended topics but more indept explanation. Hope

I have chosen based on the recommended topics but more indept explanation. Hope you will follow the guidelines. Hope to hear from u soon. make sure references are clear, don’t plagiarize.

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A report focusing on determining the potential effects of a roundabout, how chan

A report focusing on determining the potential effects of a roundabout, how changing the parameters influences its performance, and how best to optimise the capacity & performance

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A report focusing on determining the potential effects of a roundabout, how chan

A report focusing on determining the potential effects of a roundabout, how changing the parameters influences its performance, and how best to optimise the capacity & performance

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The purpose of this exercise is to produce a programme for a project. This will

The purpose of this exercise is to produce a programme for a project. This will be achieved by inputting details of the activities and subsequently generating a bar chart. In doing so, the critical path of the project will be determined.Project details
The project to be used for the exercise is the construction of a simplistic road bridge as part of a larger motorway construction project.
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Deliverables
You should produce the following in a clearly laid out manner:
i) A critical path network
ii) A bar chart with logic links
iii) An explanation of your network
**************************************Please watch the video through the Google Drive linkhttps://drive.google.com/file/d/1zdYPFCx-QOZNzQo18-aJLdE1kFU5EzXK/view?usp=sharing

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Assignment on Finite Element Analysis Use the finite element (FE) software, MIDA

Assignment on Finite Element Analysis
Use the finite element (FE) software, MIDAS Gen, or any other FE software
1- Create an FE model for the slab.
2- Carry out an FE analysis, considering the boundary conditions that are provided by the columns, and the permanent and variable loads as below. Characteristic permanent loads: self weight plus 1.5 kN/m2 for partitions.
Characteristic variable load: 4 kN/m2
Assume the building is braced against wind loading.
Slab thickness: find the smallest thickness, rounded to the nearest 25mm, such that the vertical deflection does not exceed the permissible limit of EC2.
Pattern loading on the slab must be considered, but not the flexural stiffness of the columns.Output: you are required to produce a 1000 words technical report that includes the following:• Explanation of the methodology that was used to model and analyse the slab.
• A plan of the geometrical model.
• Contour lines of deflected shape, bending stresses and shear stresses.
• A table showing maximum deflections against different slab thicknesses.
• Explanation about the loading used.
• Recommendation on the smallest slab thickness to use, and the reasoning behind it.
• 10 marks for showing the punching shear calculations as per the Eurocodes.
• 10 marks for showing the effect of refining the mesh.
• 10 marks for discussing ways of decreasing the self weight of the slab.