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Winding Down for the Year

So, as the winter sets in, this is normally a time where model railroaders make hay on projects, as it were.  Long nights, cold temperatures, and snow and ice make the winter productive time for modellers, and it will be for me as well later on, but as we find ourselves at the first weekend of December, I realize that I’m not in the City the next three weekends (out-of-town Christmas Party, and family Christmases spread across two weekends), and then, we are leaving Boxing Day to head to England and Scotland for a bit over a week (yes, it’s a travel brag, but whatever, it will bring more models!!).  496 more words

Apartment Living-Modelling

New Things Are Happening!

We’ve been a bit quiet on the posting front lately because we’ve been working away at some exciting new projects with the help of some very talented people!! 208 more words


Liquefaction Analysis Using UBCSAND Model

Dear all,

Attached are 3 PDF files detailing the use of UBCSAND model in liquefaction analysis. The third file contains links directing you to useful source codes built-up with Opensees. 11 more words

Geotechnical Professionals

How many neighbourhoods??

The central premise of this blog is that I’m going to explore Edmonton “one neighbourhood at a time”. But how many neighbourhoods are there? Based on the City’s Neighbourhood Boundaries (1) map, the answer is 388. 234 more words



First U.S. president or president-elect in 37 years to make such a bold move

Former presidents were too worried about offending Beijing, says Secretary of State candidate… 751 more words


December is here!

I haven’t written an update in awhile, so here are some notable things that have happened over the past few weeks:

A week or so, the American Thanksgiving happened and although I’m not American, Canadians also celebrate this event. 772 more words