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|Biography:||I immigrated from Europe (Yugoslavia) to the U.S. in 1952, when I was 3 years old. I became a naturalized citizen after 7 years, and I grew up for the most part in Indianapolis, Indiana. I graduated from Rose-Hulman Institute in Terre Haute, Indiana in 1971 with a BSCE degree with a structural major. I'm 63 years old and been a practicing structural engineer for 41 years. My experience is primarily in heavy industry and manufacturing. I'm a registered PE in 8 states. As far as any past accomplishments worthy of note, many years ago, I developed several PE exam problems which were accepted into the pool of potential NCEE exam problems, highlighted by 5 of them appearing on the April, 1977 NCEE PE exam. Also, I had developed 3 structural engineering plug-in software cards for the HP48 handheld calculator/computer system, which were marketed nationally for me from 1993-2002. Like most, I'm self taught in MS-Excel, and have been programming in it since 2000, porting over many of the works that I had done on the HP48. My hobbies are bass fishing, exercise, watching sports and movies, music, customizing / driving my 2005 Chevrolet SSR convertible pickup truck, and last but not least.....programming.
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|2013 May. 01||1226||RECTANGULAR SPREAD FOOTING ANALYSIS. File version 3.6.|
|2013 May. 01||10||FRAME (metric).xls. File version 1.0.|
|2013 May. 01||932||FRAME.xls. File version 1.1.|
|2013 May. 01||477||ClipConnTable.xls. File version 1.8.|
|2013 May. 01||840||FLRPLATE.xls. File version 1.6.|
|2013 Apr. 30||84||STEPCOL.xls. File version 1.1.|
|2013 Apr. 30||764||BMREINF9.xls. File version 2.0.|
|2013 Apr. 30||705||PILEGRP.xls. File version 3.6.|
|2013 Apr. 30||602||SECTPROP.xls. File version 2.5.|
|2013 Apr. 30||482||MOVLOADS.xls. File version 1.2.|
|2013 Apr. 29||2128||ASCE705W Wind Loading. File version 1.4.|
|2013 Apr. 29||1243||ASCE702W.xls. File version 2.1.|
|2013 Apr. 29||620||RECTBEAM (318-05).zip. File version 1.3.|
|2013 Apr. 29||1122||GRDSLAB.xls. File version 1.8.|
|2013 Apr. 29||118||IBC2009E.xls. File version 1.1.|
|2012 May. 08||284||IBC2006E.xls. File version 1.7.|
|2012 May. 08||622||ASCE705S.xls. File version 1.7.|
|2012 May. 08||607||XBRACING.xls. File version 1.2.|
|2012 May. 08||585||BRGPLT9.xls. File version 1.1.|
|2012 Feb. 28||69||ROOFDECK.xls. File version 1.0.|
|2012 Feb. 25||118||FMG128.xls. File version 1.0.|
|2012 Feb. 25||250||WALLPRES.xls. File version 1.2.|
|2012 Feb. 25||1584||POLEFDN.xls. File version 2.2.|
|2012 Feb. 25||270||BUOYANCY ANALYSIS FOR CONCRETE PIT OR TANK. File version 1.2.|
|2012 Feb. 25||887||BOLTGRP.xls. File version 2.9.|
|2012 Feb. 25||433||AISCProp13.0.xls. File version 1.3.|
|2012 Feb. 25||305||AISC Properties Viewer.xls. File version 1.3.|
|2011 Aug. 18||491||IBC2003E.xls. File version 1.9.|
|2011 Aug. 18||312||IBC2000E.xls. File version 2.6.|
|2011 Jul. 28||868||MONORAIL.xls. File version 2.0.|
|2011 Jul. 13||792||BOEF.xls. File version 1.4.|
|2011 Apr. 18||525||CLIPCONN.xls. File version 2.2.|
|2011 Apr. 18||401||REBARS (318-05).xls. File version 1.2.|
|2011 Apr. 18||439||CONVCALC.xls. File version 1.3.|
|2011 Apr. 18||94||REBARS (318-08).xls. File version 1.0.|
|2011 Apr. 18||44||REBARS (318M-05).xls. File version 1.0.|
|2010 Nov. 19||844||Loan Amortization.xls. File version 1.6.|
|2010 Jul. 20||74||Thermal Effects for Buildings. File version 1.0.|
|2009 Oct. 09||434||BEAMANAL (metric).xls. File version 1.1.|
|2009 Oct. 09||2466||BEAMANAL.xls. File version 2.5.|
|2009 Sep. 18||496||WELDGRP.xls. File version 2.3.|
|2009 Jun. 24||624||ASCE702S.xls. File version 1.3.|
|2009 Jun. 24||314||ASCE705I.xls. File version 1.1.|
|2009 Jun. 24||299||ASCE798S.xls. File version 1.3.|
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|2009 Mar. 03||916||JOIST.xls. File version 1.6.|
|2008 Dec. 11||736||STIFFNER.xls. File version 2.5.|
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|2008 Dec. 04||805||BEAMCOL9.xls. File version 3.5.|
|2008 Dec. 02||678||WEIGHTS.xls. File version 1.7.|
|2008 Jul. 21||698||RECTBEAM.xls. File version 3.2.|
|2008 Jun. 18||451||PRYING9.xls. File version 2.0.|
|2008 Mar. 11||452||UGTANK.xls. File version 1.0.|
|2007 Jul. 10||717||TRIANGLE.xls. File version 1.0.|
|2007 Jul. 10||462||SIMEQN.xls. File version 1.0.|
|2007 Jul. 10||316||PONDING9.xls. File version 2.0.|
|2007 Jul. 10||505||POLYNOM.xls. File version 1.0.|
|2007 Jul. 10||457||PLATECAP.xls. File version 1.2.|
|2007 Jul. 10||720||INTERPOL.xls. File version 1.0.|
|2007 Jul. 10||987||BMREACT.xls. File version 1.0.|
|2007 Jul. 10||631||BEAMTAB.xls. File version 1.3.|
|2007 Jul. 10||376||ASCE798W.xls. File version 2.8.|
|2007 Jul. 10||207||AISCProp.xls. File version 1.5.|
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