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Thursday, September 30, 2010

Standard Handbook for Civil Engineers

Standard Handbook for Civil Engineers
          A revision of the classic reference covering all important principles and techniques needed by practicing civil engineers. The 5th Edition incorporates changes in design and construction practices, especially in design specifications for construction materials, buildings and bridges, safety and health concerns, and the most current codes changes including ACI, AISC, ASTM, NDS for wood structures, etc. The Handbook covers systems design, community and regional planning, the latest design methods for buildings, airports, highways, tunnels and bridges. It includes sections on construction equipment, construction management, materials, specifications, structural theory, geotechnical engineering, wood, concrete, steel design and construction.
         Table of Contents:
Sect. 1 Systems Design
Sect. 2 Design Management
Sect. 3 Specifications
Sect. 4 Construction Management
Sect. 5 Construction Materials
Sect. 6 Structural Theory
Sect. 7 Geotechnical Engineering
Sect. 8 Concrete Design and Construction
Sect. 9 Structural Steel Design and Construction
Sect. 10 Cold-Formed-Steel Design and Construction
Sect. 11 Wood Design and Construction
Sect. 12 Surveying
Sect. 13 Earthwork
Sect. 14 Community and Regional Planning
Sect. 15 Building Engineering
Sect. 16 Highway Engineering
Sect. 17 Bridge Engineering
Sect. 18 Airport Engineering
Sect. 19 Rail-Transportation Engineering
Sect. 20 Tunnel Engineering
Sect. 21 Water Resources Engineering
Sect. 22 Environmental Engineering
Sect. 23 Coastal and Port Engineering
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