JSCE

AcronymDefinition
JSCEJapan Society of Civil Engineers (Tokyo, Japan)
JSCEJournal of Structural Engineering (Japan)
JSCEJapan Society for Comparative Endocrinology (est. 1975)
JSCEJunior Secondary Certificate Examination
JSCEJoint Services Communications Element
JSCEJava Service Creation Environment
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In JSCE 2007 [5], where the mix proportion is still unknown, the creep coefficient for 'normal members' as specified by the code and the members with 1% reinforcement ratio, can be taken from tables provided in the code.
Qualification Primary Certificate 02 0.7 JSCE 09 3.3 SSCE 114 42.4 Diploma 14 5.2 Postgraduate Diploma 08 3.0 Degree 103 38.3 Masters 02 0.7 No indication 17 6.3 Total 269 100.0 5.
JSCE Recommendation for Design and Construction of Ultra High-Strength Fiber-Reinforced Concrete Structures (UFC).
A current focus of JSCE is to develop, test, and field capabilities to enhance joint force mobility.
Kasuga, "The Extradosed Cable Anchorage and Ultimate Behavior for Extradosed Bridge with Corrugated Steel Webs", [En Japones], Proceedings of JSCE, Vol.
Masurel, "Intermodal Freight Terminals: Terminal Handling Costs," Journal of Infrastructure Planning and Management, JSCE, No.
In this light, the study examined critically some factors affecting achievement in Home Economics Junior Secondary School Certificate Examination (JSCE).
"Our JSCE (Joint Communications Support Element) Commander, Jim Lien, I think at one time said it was 22 locations, back in March, 10 different countries, but I know it was Afghanistan, Egypt, Uzbekistan, Pakistan, Jordan, Djiboutdi, Kuwait, Qatar, Cuba, Iraq, the Philippines, Romania and more."
According to the Japan Society of Civil Engineers (JSCE), which has close ties to the ASCE, Kansai airport may have been selected for the award because engineers responsible for the project overcame most challenging construction conditions.
[23.] Mase, L.Z., Tobita, T., and Likitlersuang, S., Liquefaction Potential in Chiang Rai Province, Northern Thailand due to the 6.8 [M.sub.w]Earthquake on March 24, 2011, Proceeding of the 36th Conference on Earthquake Engineering, JSCE, Kanazawa, Japan, 17-18 October, 2016.
Then, [V.sub.c] was calculated according to the procedure given in the JSCE standard [14], and the steel plate was assumed as steel bars.