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Calculator for assessment of steel structures to AS4100 6 Years, 6 Months ago Karma: 0  
Calculator for assessment of steel structures to AS4100
I was wondering if anyone would be able to email me the Excel files which are on this website relating to AS 4100. I have an assignment regarding structural steel about Moments, Continuous Beams and Columns. I am not able to afford the full package for the website which it says is needed to download this file. I was hoping that the student free trial would allow me to download files such as this. My email address is xxxxxxxxx
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Re:Calculator for assessment of steel structures to AS4100 6 Years, 6 Months ago Karma: 492  
Hi Luke I just want to explain a little about how the site works. When we started everything was given away for free but we had surprisingly little given back. So little infact that we did not think the site could survive without greater content generated by our users. We changed our policy so that only XLC Pro subscribers had full access to the Repository. At the same time we introduced our earn your subscription scheme and we particularly had students in mind because we did not want money to be a barrier to entry.

Since making the changes we have benefited from greater users contributions. User contributed calculations can be on any subject what so ever. Maybe you could take a look at Stuart Gaunt's contributions - he is a civil engineering student at Nottingham University in the UK. He might be able to give you some ideas. I look forward to awarding you your free subscription
 
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