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2009 International Building Code (48)
 Cover & Table of Contents  2009 International Building Code.pdf
 Chapter 1 Scope and Administration.pdf
 Chapter 2 Definitions.pdf
 Chapter 3 Use and Occupancy Classification.pdf
 Chapter 4 Special Detailed Requirements Based on Use and Occupancy.pdf
 Chapter 5 General Building Heights and Areas.pdf
 Chapter 6 Types of Construction.pdf
 Chapter 7 Fire and Smoke Protection Features.pdf
 Chapter 8 Interior Finishes.pdf
 Chapter 9 Fire Protection Systems.pdf
 Chapter 10 Means of Egress.pdf
 Chapter 11 Accessibility.pdf
 Chapter 12 Interior Environment.pdf
 Chapter 13 Energy Efficiency.pdf
 Chapter 14 Exterior Walls.pdf
 Chapter 15 Roof Assemblies and Rooftop Structures.pdf
 Chapter 16 Structural Design.pdf
 Chapter 17 Structural Tests and Special Inspections.pdf
 Chapter 18 Soils and Foundations.pdf
 Chapter 19 Concrete.pdf
 Chapter 20 Aluminum.pdf
 Chapter 21 Masonry.pdf
 Chapter 22 Steel.pdf
 Chapter 23 Wood.pdf
 Chapter 24 Glass and Glazing.pdf
 Chapter 25 Gypsum Board and Plaster.pdf
 Chapter 26 Plastic.pdf
 Chapter 27 Electrical.pdf
 Chapter 28 Mechanical Systems.pdf
 Chapter 29 Plumbing Systems.pdf
 Chapter 30 Elevators and Conveying Systems.pdf
 Chapter 31 Special Construction.pdf
 Chapter 32 Encroachments into the Public RightofWay.pdf
 Chapter 33 Safeguards During Construction.pdf
 Chapter 34 Existing Structures.pdf
 Chapter 35 Referenced Standards.pdf
 Appendix A Employee Qualifications  2009 International Building Code.pdf
 Appendix B Board of Appeals  2009 International Building Code.pdf
 Appendix C Group UAgricultural Buildings  2009 International Building Code.pdf
 Appendix D Fire Districts  2009 International Building Code.pdf
 Appendix E Supplementary Accessibility Requirements  2009 International Building Code.pdf
 Appendix F Rodentproofing  2009 International Building Code.pdf
 Appendix G FloodResistant Construction  2009 International Building Code.pdf
 Appendix H Signs  2009 International Building Code.pdf
 Appendix I Patio Covers  2009 International Building Code.pdf
 Appendix J Grading  2009 International Building Code.pdf
 Appendix K Administrative Provisions.pdf
 Index  2009 International Building Code.pdf

Advanced Foundation Engineering (22)
 Cover & Table of Contents  Advanced Foundation Engineering.pdf
 Chapter 1 Introduction  Advanced Foundation Engineering.pdf
 Chapter 2 Geotechnical Properties of Soil.pdf
 Chapter 3 Soil Exploration.pdf
 Chapter 4 Shallow Foundation 1; Depth of Foundation and Other Considerations.pdf
 Chapter 5 Shallow Foundation 2; Ultimate Bearing Capacity.pdf
 Chapter 6 Shallow Foundation 3; Safe Bearing Pressure and Settlement Calculation.pdf
 Chapter 7 Shallow Foundation 4; Combined Footings and Mat Foundation.pdf
 Chapter 8 Deep Foundation 1; Vertical Load Bearing Capacity of Single Vertical Pile.pdf
 Chapter 9 Deep Foundation 2 ; Behaviour of Single Vertical and Batter Piles Subjected to Lateral Loads.pdf
 Chapter 10 Deep Foundation 3; Pile Groups Subjected to Vertical and Lateral Loads.pdf
 Chapter 11 Deep Foundations 4; Drilled Pier Foundations.pdf
 Chapter 12 Deep Foundation 5; Caisson Foundations.pdf
 Chapter 13 Foundations On Collapsible And Expansive Soils.pdf
 Chapter 14 Cellular Cofferdams.pdf
 Chapter 15 Machine Foundations Subjected to Dynamic Loads.pdf
 Chapter 16 Geotextiles Reinforced Earth and Ground Anchors .pdf
 Chapter 17 Soil Improvement.pdf
 Chapter 18 BracedCuts and Drainage.pdf
 Appendix A Si Units in Geotechnical Engineering.pdf
 References  Advanced Foundation Engineering.pdf
 Index  Advanced Foundation Engineering.pdf

Airport EngineeringPlanning, Design, and Development of 21st Century Airports (4th Edition) (19)
 Cover & Table of Contents  Airport EngineeringPlanning, Design, and Development of 21st Century Airports.pdf
 Chapter 1 The Structure and Organization of Air Transport.pdf
 Chapter 2 Forecasting Air Transport Demand.pdf
 Chapter 3 Characteristics of Aircraft As They Affect Airports.pdf
 Chapter 4 Airport System Planning.pdf
 Chapter 5 Airport Master Planning.pdf
 Chapter 6 CNSATM.pdf
 Chapter 7 Airport Capacity.pdf
 Chapter 8 Airside Configuration and Geometric Design of the Airside.pdf
 Chapter 9 Safeguarding the Airport.pdf
 Chapter 10 Passenger Terminal.pdf
 Chapter 11 Air Cargo Facilities.pdf
 Chapter 12 Airport Drainage and Pavement Design.pdf
 Chapter 13 Airport Access.pdf
 Chapter 14 Heliports, STOLports, and Vertiports.pdf
 Chapter 15 Airport Modeling and Simulation.pdf
 Chapter 16 Airport City.pdf
 Chapter 17 Environmental Impacts of Airports.pdf
 Index  Airport EngineeringPlanning, Design, and Development of 21st Century Airports.pdf

Analysis of Structures (An Introduction Including Numerical Methods) (23)
 Cover & Table of Contents  Analysis of Structures (An Introduction Including Numerical Methods).pdf
 Chapter 1 Forces and Moments.pdf
 Chapter 2 Static Equilibrium.pdf
 Chapter 3 Displacement, Strain, and Material Properties.pdf
 Chapter 4 Classical Analysis of the Axially Loaded Slender Bar.pdf
 Chapter 5 A General Method for the Axially Loaded Slender Bar.pdf
 Chapter 6 Torsion.pdf
 Chapter 7 Classical Analysis of the Bending of Beams.pdf
 Chapter 8 A General Method (FEM) for the Bending of Beams.pdf
 Chapter 9 More about Stress and Strain, and Material Properties.pdf
 Chapter 10 Combined Loadings on Slender Bars—Thin Walled Cross Sections.pdf
 Chapter 11 Work and Energy Methods—Virtual Work.pdf
 Chapter 12 Structural Analysis in Two and Three Dimensions.pdf
 Chapter 13 Analysis of Thin Laminated Composite Material Structures.pdf
 Chapter 14 Buckling.pdf
 Chapter 15 Structural Dynamics.pdf
 Chapter 16 Evolution in the (Intelligent) Design and Analysis of Structural Members.pdf
 Appendix A Matrix Definitions and Operations.pdf
 Appendix B Area PropertiesofCross Sections.pdf
 Appendix C Solving Sets of Linear Algebraic Equations with Mathematica.pdf
 Appendix D Orthogonality of Normal Modes.pdf
 Refference  Analysis of Structures (An Introduction Including Numerical Methods).pdf
 Index  Analysis of Structures (An Introduction Including Numerical Methods).pdf

Architectural Drafting and Design (6th Edition) (62)
 Cover & Table of Contents  Architectural Drafting and Design (6th Edition).pdf
 SECTION 1 Introduction to Architectural Design and Drafting.pdf
 Chapter 1 Professional Architectural Careers, Office Practices, and Opportunities.pdf
 Chapter 2 Introduction to Construction Procedures.pdf
 Chapter 3 Architectural Drafting Equipment.pdf
 Chapter 4 Drafting Media and Reproduction Methods.pdf
 Chapter 5 Sketching Applications.pdf
 Chapter 6 Architectural Lines and Lettering.pdf
 Chapter 7 ComputerAided Design and Drafting in Architecture.pdf
 SECTION 2 Residential Design.pdf
 Chapter 8 Construction Specifications.pdf
 Chapter 9 Guidelines and Required Codes That Affect Building Design.pdf
 Chapter 10 Room Relationships and Sizes.pdf
 Chapter 11 Exterior Design Factors.pdf
 Chapter 12 Conservation and Environmental Design and Construction.pdf
 SECTION 3 Site Planning.pdf
 Chapter 13 Site Orientation.pdf
 Chapter 14 Legal Descriptions and Site Plan Requirements.pdf
 Chapter 15 Site Plan Layout.pdf
 SECTION 4 The Floor Plan.pdf
 Chapter 16 Floor Plan Symbols.pdf
 Chapter 17 Floor Plan Dimensions and Notes.pdf
 Chapter 18 Floor Plan Layout.pdf
 SECTION 5 Supplemental Floor Plan Drawings.pdf
 Chapter 19 Electrical Plans.pdf
 Chapter 20 Plumbing Plans.pdf
 Chapter 21 Heating, Ventilating, and AirConditioning.pdf
 SECTION 6 Roof Plans.pdf
 Chapter 22 Roof Plan Components.pdf
 Chapter 23 Roof Plan Layout.pdf
 SECTION 7 Elevations.pdf
 Chapter 24 Introduction to Elevations.pdf
 Chapter 25 Elevation Layout and Drawing Techniques.pdf
 Chapter 26 Millwork and Cabinet Technology, Cabinet Elevations, and Layout.pdf
 SECTION 8 Framing Methods and Plans.pdf
 Chapter 27 Environmentally Friendly Framing Methods.pdf
 Chapter 28 Structural Components of Framed Construction.pdf
 Chapter 29 Design Criteria for Structural Loading.pdf
 Chapter 30 Sizing Joists and Rafters Using Span Tables.pdf
 Chapter 31 Determining Beam Sizes.pdf
 Chapter 32 Drawing Framing Plans.pdf
 SECTION 9 Foundation Plans.pdf
 Chapter 33 Foundation Systems.pdf
 Chapter 34 Floor Systems and Foundation Support.pdf
 Chapter 35 Foundation Plan Layout.pdf
 SECTION 10 Wall Sections and Details.pdf
 Chapter 36 Sectioning Basics.pdf
 Chapter 37 Section Layout.pdf
 Chapter 38 Alternative Layout Techniques.pdf
 Chapter 39 Stair Construction and Layout.pdf
 Chapter 40 Fireplace Construction and Layout.pdf
 SECTION 11 Presentation Drawings and Renderings.pdf
 Chapter 41 Presentation Drawings.pdf
 SECTION 12 Commercial Drafting.pdf
 Chapter 42 Building Codes and Commercial Design.pdf
 Chapter 43 Common Commercial Construction Materials.pdf
 Chapter 44 Commercial Construction Projects.pdf
 Chapter 45 Structural Drafting.pdf
 BOXED FEATURES  Going Green.pdf
 BOXED FEATURES  CADD Applications.pdf
 Glossary  Architectural Drafting and Design (6th Edition).pdf
 Index  Architectural Drafting and Design (6th Edition).pdf

Basic Coastal Engineering (3rd Edition) (14)
 Cover & Table of Contents  Basic Coastal Engineering (3rd Edition).pdf
 Chapter 1 Coastal Engineering.pdf
 Chapter 2 TwoD imensional Wave Equations and Wave Characteristics.pdf
 Chapter 3 Finit eAmplitude Waves.pdf
 Chapter 4 Wave Refraction, Divraction, and Rexection.pdf
 Chapter 5 Coastal Water Level Fluctuations.pdf
 Chapter 6 WindGenerated Waves.pdf
 Chapter 7 Coastal Structures.pdf
 Chapter 8 Coastal Zone Proc esses.pdf
 Chapter 9 Field and Laboratory Investigations.pdf
 Appendix A Notation and Dimensions.pdf
 Appendix B Selected Conversion Factors.pdf
 Appendix C Glossary of Selected Terms.pdf
 Index  Basic Coastal Engineering (3rd Edition).pdf

Bridge Aeroelasticity; Sensitivity Analysis and Optimal Design (14)
 Cover & Table of Contents  Bridge Aeroelasticity; Sensitivity Analysis and Optimal Design.pdf
 Preface  Bridge Aeroelasticity; Sensitivity Analysis and Optimal Design.pdf
 Chapter 1 Aeroelastic analysis and design optimization of cablesupported bridges.pdf
 Chapter 2 Cablesupported bridges since 1940; The Tacoma effect.pdf
 Chapter 3 Methodologies of flutter analysis for cablesupported bridges.pdf
 Chapter 4 Flutter analysis of suspension bridges during construction.pdf
 Chapter 5 Flutter analysis of completed cablesupported bridges.pdf
 Chapter 6 Sensitivity analysis of eigenvalue problems.pdf
 Chapter 7 Analytical sensitivity analysis of free vibration problems.pdf
 Chapter 8 Sensitivity analysis of flutter response for cablesupported bridges.pdf
 Chapter 9 Sensitivity of flutter response for suspension bridges under construction.pdf
 Chapter 10 Flutter response sensitivity of completed cablesupported bridges.pdf
 Chapter 11 A formulation of optimization in bridge aeroelasticity.pdf
 Chapter 12 Optimization of suspension bridges with aeroelastic and kinematic constraints.pdf

Bridge and Highway Structure Rehabilitation and Repair (18)
 Cover & Table of Contents  Bridge and Highway Structure Rehabilitation and Repair.pdf
 Chapter 1 Overview of Bridge Engineering.pdf
 Chapter 2 Diagnostic Design and Selective Reconstruction.pdf
 Chapter 3 Bridge Failure Studies and Safety Engineering.pdf
 Chapter 4 An Analytical Approach to Fracture and Failure.pdf
 Chapter 5 Load and Resistance Factor Rating and Redesign.pdf
 Chapter 6 Applications of Bridge Design and Rating Methods.pdf
 Chapter 7 Bridge Widening and Deck Replacement Strategy.pdf
 Chapter 8 Inspection, Rating and Health Monitoring Techniques.pdf
 Chapter 9 Conventional Repair Methods.pdf
 Chapter 10 Concrete Repair Methods.pdf
 Chapter 11 Advanced Repair Methods.pdf
 Chapter 12 Protection of Bridges Against Extreme Events.pdf
 Appendix 1 Scour Countermeasures.pdf
 Appendix 2 Estimate of Unit Concrete Repair Costs (2009).pdf
 Appendix 3 Quick Reference to AASHTO LRFD 2008 Specifications.pdf
 Appendix 4 Quick Reference to AASHTO LRFR Manual.pdf
 Index  Bridge and Highway Structure Rehabilitation and Repair.pdf

Building Construction Illustrated (4th Edition) (16)
 Cover & Table of Contents  Building Construction Illustrated (4th Edition).pdf
 Chapter 1 The Building Site.pdf
 Chapter 2 The Building.pdf
 Chapter 3 Foundation Systems.pdf
 Chapter 4 Floor Systems.pdf
 Chapter 5 Wall Systems.pdf
 Chapter 6 Roof Systems.pdf
 Chapter 7 Moisture and Thermal Protection.pdf
 Chapter 8 Door and Windows.pdf
 Chapter 9 Special Construction.pdf
 Chapter 10 Finish Work.pdf
 Chapter 11 Mechanical and Electrical Systems.pdf
 Chapter 12 Notes on Materials.pdf
 Appendix  Building Construction Illustrated (4th Edition).pdf
 Bibliography  Building Construction Illustrated (4th Edition).pdf
 Index  Building Construction Illustrated (4th Edition).pdf

Building Construction; Principles, Materials, & Systems (2nd Edition) (44)
 Cover & Table of Contents  Building Construction; Principles, Materials, and Systems (2nd Edition).pdf
 Part 1; Principles Of Construction.pdf
 Chapter 2 Construction Regulations and Standards.pdf
 Chapter 3 Loads on Buildings.pdf
 Chapter 4 Load Resistance (The Structural Properties of Materials).pdf
 Chapter 5 Properties of the EnvelopeI (Thermal Properties).pdf
 Chapter 6 Properties of the EnvelopeII (Air and Water Vapor Control).pdf
 Chapter 7 FireRelated Properties.pdf
 Chapter 8 Acoustical Properties of Materials.pdf
 Chapter 9 Principles of Joints and Sealants (Expansion and Contraction Control).pdf
 Chapter 10 Principles of Sustainable Construction.pdf
 Chapter 11 Soils and Excavations.pdf
 Chapter 12 BelowGrade Construction (Foundation Systems and Basements).pdf
 Chapter 13 Materials for Wood ConstructionI (Lumber).pdf
 Chapter 14 Materials for Wood ConstructionII (Engineered Wood Products, Fasteners, and Connectors).pdf
 Chapter 15 Wood LightFrame ConstructionI.pdf
 Chapter 16 Wood LightFrame ConstructionII.pdf
 Chapter 17 Structural Insulated Panel Construction.pdf
 Chapter 18 Material Steel and Steel Components.pdf
 Chapter 19 Structural Steel Construction.pdf
 Chapter 20 ColdFormed (LightGauge) Steel Construction.pdf
 Chapter 21 Lime, Portland Cement, and Concrete.pdf
 Chapter 22 Concrete ConstructionI (Formwork, Reinforcement, and SlabsonGround).pdf
 Chapter 23 Concrete ConstructionII (SiteCast and Precast Concrete Framing Systems).pdf
 Chapter 24 Masonry MaterialsI (Mortar and Brick).pdf
 Chapter 25 Masonry MaterialsII (Concrete Masonry Units, Natural Stone, and Glass Masonry Units).pdf
 Chapter 26 Masonry and Concrete Bearing Wall Construction.pdf
 Chapter 27 Exterior Wall CladdingI (Principles of Rainwater Infiltration Control).pdf
 Chapter 28 Exterior Wall CladdingII (Masonry, Precast Concrete, and GFRC).pdf
 Chapter 29 Exterior Wall CladdingIII (Stucco, Adhered Veneer, EIFS, Natural Stone, and Insulated Metal Panels).pdf
 Chapter 30 Glass, Glazing, and LightTransmitting Plastics.pdf
 Chapter 31 Windows and Doors.pdf
 Chapter 32 Exterior Wall CladdingIV (Wall Systems in Glass).pdf
 Chapter 33 RoofingI (LowSlope Roofs).pdf
 Chapter 34 RoofingII (Steep Roofs).pdf
 Chapter 35 Stairs.pdf
 Chapter 36 Floor Coverings.pdf
 Chapter 37 Ceilings.pdf
 Appendix A; SI System and U.S. System of Units  Building Construction; Principles, Materials, and Systems.pdf
 Appendix B; Preliminary Sizing of Structural Members  Building Construction; Principles, Materials, and Systems.pdf
 Glossary  Building Construction; Principles, Materials, and Systems (2009 Update).pdf
 References  Building Construction; Principles, Materials, and Systems (2009 Update).pdf
 Index  Building Construction; Principles, Materials, and Systems (2009 Update).pdf
 Answers to Quizzes (Inside of Back Cover)  Building Construction; Principles, Materials, and Systems (2009 Update).pdf

Building Construction; Principles, Materials, and Systems (2009 Update) (42)
 Cover & Table of Contents  Building Construction; Principles, Materials, and Systems (2009 Update).pdf
 Part 1; Principles Of Construction.pdf
 Chapter 1 An Overview Of The Building Delivery ProcessHow Buildings Come Into Being.pdf
 Chapter 2 Governmental Constraints On Construction.pdf
 Chapter 3 Loads On Buildings.pdf
 Chapter 4 Load ResistanceThe Structural Properties Of Materials.pdf
 Chapter 5 Thermal Properties Of Materials.pdf
 Chapter 6 Air And Water Vapor Flow Properties.pdf
 Chapter 7 FireRelated Properties.pdf
 Chapter 8 Acoustical Properties Of Materials.pdf
 Chapter 9 Principles Of Joints And Sealants (Expansion And Contraction Control).pdf
 Chapter 10 Principles Of Sustainable Construction.pdf
 Part 2; Materials And Systems.pdf
 Chapter 11 Materials For Wood Construction–I (Lumber).pdf
 Chapter 12 Materials For Wood Construction–II (Manufactured Wood Products, Fasteners, And Connectors).pdf
 Chapter 13 Wood Light Frame Construction–I.pdf
 Chapter 14 Wood Light Frame Construction–II.pdf
 Chapter 15 Structural Insulated Panel System.pdf
 Chapter 16 The Material Steel And Structural Steel Construction.pdf
 Chapter 17 LightGauge Steel Construction.pdf
 Chapter 18 Lime, Portland Cement, And Concrete.pdf
 Chapter 19 Concrete Construction–I (Formwork, Reinforcement, And SlabsOnGround).pdf
 Chapter 20 Concrete Construction–II (SiteCast And Precast Concrete Framing Systems).pdf
 Chapter 21 Soils; Foundation And Basement Construction.pdf
 Chapter 22 Masonry Materials–I (Mortar And Brick).pdf
 Chapter 23 Masonry Materials–II (Concrete Masonry Units, Natural Stone, And Glass Masonry Units).pdf
 Chapter 24 Masonry And Concrete Bearing Wall Construction.pdf
 Chapter 25 Rainwater Infiltration Control In Exterior Walls.pdf
 Chapter 26 Exterior Wall Cladding–I (Masonry, Precast Concrete, Gfrc, And Prefabricated Masonry).pdf
 Chapter 27 Exterior Wall Cladding–II (Stucco, Eifs, Natural Stone, And Insulated Metal Panels).pdf
 Chapter 28 Transparent Materials (Glass And LightTransmitting Plastics).pdf
 Chapter 29 Windows And Doors.pdf
 Chapter 30 GlassAluminum Wall Systems.pdf
 Chapter 31 Roofing–I (LowSlope Roofs).pdf
 Chapter 32 Roofing–II (Steep Roofs).pdf
 Chapter 33 Stairs.pdf
 Chapter 34 Floor Coverings.pdf
 Chapter 35 Ceilings.pdf
 Appendix A; Si System And U.S. System Of Units  Building Construction; Principles, Materials, and Systems.pdf
 Appendix B; Preliminary Sizing Of Structural Members  Building Construction; Principles, Materials, and Systems.pdf
 Glossary  Building Construction; Principles, Materials, and Systems (2009 Update).pdf
 Index  Building Construction; Principles, Materials, and Systems (2009 Update).pdf

Building Contract Claims (5th Edition) (24)
 Cover & Table of Contents  Building Contract Claims (5th Edition).pdf
 Chapter 1 Introduction  Building Contract Claims (5th Edition).pdf
 Chapter 2 Time.pdf
 Chapter 3 Liquidated damages.pdf
 Chapter 4 Basis for common law claims.pdf
 Chapter 5 Direct loss andor expense.pdf
 Chapter 6 Points of principle.pdf
 Chapter 7 Potential heads of claim.pdf
 Chapter 8 Causation.pdf
 Chapter 9 Global claims.pdf
 Chapter 10 Preparation and substantiation of claims.pdf
 Chapter 11 Extension of time under JCT standard form contracts.pdf
 Chapter 12 Liquidated damages under JCT standard form contracts.pdf
 Chapter 13 Loss andor expense under JCT standard form contracts.pdf
 Chapter 14 Variations.pdf
 Chapter 15 Claims under the General Conditions of Government Contracts for Building and Civil Engineering Works.pdf
 Chapter 16 Claims under the ACA Form of Building Agreement (ACA 3).pdf
 Chapter 17 Claims under the ACA Standard Form of Contract for Project Partnering (PPC2000).pdf
 Chapter 18 Claims under NEC 3 Engineering and Construction Contract (NEC 3).pdf
 Chapter 19 Subcontract claims.pdf
 Example of contractor’s claim for reimbursement  Building Contract Claims (5th Edition).pdf
 Table of cases  Building Contract Claims (5th Edition).pdf
 Table of standard form contract clauses  Building Contract Claims (5th Edition).pdf
 Index  Building Contract Claims (5th Edition).pdf

Building Design and Construction Handbook (6th Edition) (22)
 Cover & Table of Contents  Building Design and Construction Handbook (6th Edition).pdf
 Section 1 System Fundamentals.pdf
 Section 2 The Building TeamManaging the Building Process.pdf
 Section 3 Protection against Hazards.pdf
 Section 4 Building Materials.pdf
 Section 5 Structural Theory.pdf
 Section 6 Soil Mechanics and Foundations.pdf
 Section 7 Structural Steel Construction.pdf
 Section 8 ColdFormed Steel Construction.pdf
 Section 9 Concrete Construction.pdf
 Section 10 Wood Construction.pdf
 Section 11 Wall, Floor, and Ceiling Systems.pdf
 Section 12 Roof Systems.pdf
 Section 13 Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning.pdf
 Section 14 Plumbing  WaterSupply, Sprinkler, and Wastewater Systems.pdf
 Section 15 Electrical Systems.pdf
 Section 16 Vertical Circulation.pdf
 Section 17 Construction Project Management.pdf
 Section 18 Communications Systems.pdf
 Section 19 Construction Cost Estimating.pdf
 Appendix; Factors for Conversion to the Metric System (SI) of Units.pdf
 Index  Building Design and Construction Handbook (6th Edition).pdf

Building Materials in Civil Engineering (16)
 Cover & Table of Contents  Building Materials in Civil Engineering.pdf
 Chapter 1 Introduction.pdf
 Chapter 2 The Basic Properties of Building Materials.pdf
 Chapter 3 Air Hardening Binding Materials.pdf
 Chapter 4 Cement.pdf
 Chapter 5 Concrete.pdf
 Chapter 6 Building Mortar.pdf
 Chapter 7 Wall and Roof Materials.pdf
 Chapter 8 Construction Steel.pdf
 Chapter 9 Wood.pdf
 Chapter 10 Waterproof Materials.pdf
 Chapter 11 Building Plastic.pdf
 Chapter 12 Heatinsulating Materials and Soundabsorbing Materials.pdf
 Chapter 13 Finishing Materials.pdf
 Appendix  Tests of Building Materials.pdf
 Index  Building Materials in Civil Engineering.pdf

Building Science; Concepts and Application (15)
 Cover & Table of Contents  Building Science; Concepts and Application.pdf
 Chapter 1 Technical Underpinnings in Mathematics and Physics.pdf
 Chapter 2 Principles of Thermal Comfort.pdf
 Chapter 3 Thermal Control by Building Design.pdf
 Chapter 4 Heat Flow and Thermal Insulation.pdf
 Chapter 5 Solar Energy; The Beckoning Opportunity.pdf
 Chapter 6 Light, Color, and Vision.pdf
 Chapter 7 Daylight Design Principles.pdf
 Chapter 8 Artificial Lighting.pdf
 Chapter 9 The Nature of Sound.pdf
 Chapter 10 Room Acoustics.pdf
 Chapter 11 Noise Control and Insulation.pdf
 Chapter 12 Sustainable Architecture Concepts and Principles.pdf
 References and Further Reading  Building Science; Concepts and Application.pdf
 Keyword Index  Building Science; Concepts and Application.pdf

Building Services Engineering (5th Edition) (23)
 Cover & Table of Contents  Building Services Engineering (5th Edition).pdf
 Chapter 1 Built Environment.pdf
 Chapter 2 Energy Economics.pdf
 Chapter 3 Heat Loss Calculations.pdf
 Chapter 4 Heating.pdf
 Chapter 5 Ventilation And Air Conditioning.pdf
 Chapter 6 Hot And ColdWater Supplies.pdf
 Chapter 7 Soil And Waste Systems.pdf
 Chapter 8 SurfaceWater Drainage.pdf
 Chapter 9 BelowGround Drainage.pdf
 Chapter 10 Condensation In Buildings.pdf
 Chapter 11 Lighting.pdf
 Chapter 12 Gas.pdf
 Chapter 13 Electrical Installations.pdf
 Chapter 14 Room Acoustics.pdf
 Chapter 15 Fire Protection.pdf
 Chapter 16 Plant And Service Areas.pdf
 Chapter 17 Mechanical Transportation.pdf
 Chapter 18 Question Bank.pdf
 Chapter 19 Understanding Units.pdf
 Appendix; Answers To Questions  Building Services Engineering (5th Edition).pdf
 References  Building Services Engineering (5th Edition).pdf
 Index  Building Services Engineering (5th Edition).pdf

Building Structures (Third Edition) (18)
 Cover & Table of Contents  Building Structures (Third Edition).pdf
 Introduction  Building Structures (Third Edition).pdf
 Chapter 1 Basic Concepts.pdf
 Chapter 2 Investigation of Structures.pdf
 Chapter 3 Structural Elements.pdf
 Chapter 4 Wood Structures.pdf
 Chapter 5 Steel Structures.pdf
 Chapter 6 Concrete Structures.pdf
 Chapter 7 Masonry Structures.pdf
 Chapter 8 Building Foundations and Site Structures.pdf
 Chapter 9 LateralForce Effects.pdf
 Chapter 10 Building Structures Design Examples.pdf
 Appendix A; Properties of Sections.pdf
 Appendix B; Glossary.pdf
 Appendix C; Exercise Problems.pdf
 Appendix D; Study Aids.pdf
 References  Building Structures (Third Edition).pdf
 Index  Building Structures (Third Edition).pdf

Building Surveys and Reports (4th Edition) (29)
 Cover & Table of Contents  Building Surveys and Reports (4th Edition).pdf
 Chapter 1 General Principles and Responsibilities.pdf
 Chapter 2 Procedure and Equipment.pdf
 Chapter 3 Measurement of Existing Buildings.pdf
 Chapter 4 Surveys of Historic Buildings.pdf
 Chapter 5 Foundation Failures.pdf
 Chapter 6 Defective Walls and Partitions Above Ground.pdf
 Chapter 7 Reinforced Concrete, Cladding Materials and Structural Steelwork.pdf
 Chapter 8 Damp Penetration and Condensation.pdf
 Chapter 9 Timber Decay and Insect Attack.pdf
 Chapter 10 Roof Structures and Coverings.pdf
 Chapter 11 Fireplaces, Flues and Chimney Stacks.pdf
 Chapter 12 Timber Upper Floors, Floor Coverings, Staircases and Ladders.pdf
 Chapter 13 Finishes and Joinery Externally and Internally.pdf
 Chapter 14 Services.pdf
 Chapter 15 External Works.pdf
 Chapter 16 Fire and Flood Damage.pdf
 Chapter 17 Report Writing.pdf
 Chapter 18 Legal Aspects.pdf
 Appendix I Definitions of Inspections and Surveys of Buildings (CIC Explanatory Leaflet).pdf
 Appendix II Sample Extracts of Survey Schedules & Checklists.pdf
 Appendix III Checklist for Property and Site Surveys.pdf
 Appendix IV Checklist for Building Surveys.pdf
 Appendix V Surveying Safely (Based on RICS 2004).pdf
 Appendix VI Report on Roof Defects (Village Hall).pdf
 Appendix VII Report on Property to be Purchased.pdf
 Appendix VIII Glossary of Building Inspection and Related Terms.pdf
 Bibliography  Building Surveys and Reports (4th Edition).pdf
 Index  Building Surveys and Reports (4th Edition).pdf

Cable Supported Bridges; Concept and Design (3rd Edition) (13)
 Cover & Table of Contents  Cable Supported Bridges; Concept and Design (3rd Edition).pdf
 Introduction  Cable Supported Bridges; Concept and Design (3rd Edition).pdf
 Chapter 1 Evolution of Cable Supported Bridges.pdf
 Chapter 2 Cables.pdf
 Chapter 3 Cable System.pdf
 Chapter 4 Deck (Stiffening Girder).pdf
 Chapter 5 Pylons.pdf
 Chapter 6 Cable Anchorage and Connection.pdf
 Chapter 7 Erection.pdf
 Chapter 8 Aerodynamics.pdf
 Chapter 9 Particular Issues.pdf
 References  Cable Supported Bridges; Concept and Design (3rd Edition).pdf
 Index  Cable Supported Bridges; Concept and Design (3rd Edition).pdf

Challenges, Opportunities and Solutions in Structural Engineering and Construction (179)
 Cover & Table Contents  Challenges, Opportunities and Solutions in Structural Engineering and Construction.pdf
 PART I Keynote papers.pdf
 1.1 Highperformance materials in earthquakeresistant concrete bridges.pdf
 1.2 Implications of air pollution on future electricity generation.pdf
 1.3 'Root of all evils' misunderstanding of construction industry structure.pdf
 PART II Concrete and masonry structures.pdf
 2.1 Application of nonlinear damper in reinforced concrete structure control.pdf
 2.2 Behavior of cylindrical RC panel under combined axial and lateral load.pdf
 2.3 Calculation method research on the flexural capacity of PSRC beam.pdf
 2.4 Cyclic loading deterioration effect in RC moment frames in pushover analysis.pdf
 2.5 Evaluating shear capacity of RC joints subjected to cyclic loading using ANN.pdf
 2.6 Evaluation of drift distribution in performancebased retrofitting of RC frames.pdf
 2.7 Experimental research on highfrequency fatigue behavior of concrete.pdf
 2.8 Experimental study of selfcentering RC frames with column yielding mechanism.pdf
 2.9 Experimental study on highstrength RC member in tension and shear.pdf
 2.10 Improving the behavior of reinforced concrete beams with lap splice reinforcement.pdf
 2.11 Load testing a historic monument.pdf
 2.12 Modeling of concrete beams prestressed with AFRP tendons.pdf
 2.13 Nonlinear finite element analysis of unbonded posttensioned concrete beams.pdf
 2.14 Predicting shear strength of cyclically loaded interior beamcolumn joints using GAs.pdf
 2.15 Punching shear strength of RC slabs using lightweight concrete.pdf
 2.16 Shear strength and deformation prediction in steel fiber RC beams.pdf
 2.17 Torsional resistance of confined brick masonry panel.pdf
 PART III Steel structures.pdf
 3.1 Effect of shear lug on anchor bolt tension in a column base plate.pdf
 3.2 Elasticplastic bending loadcarrying capacity of steel members.pdf
 3.3 Local stability and carrying capacity of thinwalled compressed members.pdf
 3.4 Finite element analysis of wind induced buckling of steel tank.pdf
 3.5 Performance based analysis of RBS steel frames.pdf
 3.6 Practical nonprismatic stiffness matrix for haunchedrafter pitchedroof steel portal frames.pdf
 3.7 Relationship between strength of scaffolds and shear rigidity of frames.pdf
 3.8 Sequential failure analysis of tension braced MRFs.pdf
 3.9 The optimization of the industrial steel building.pdf
 PART IV Composite structures.pdf
 4.1 A finite element model for double composite beam.pdf
 4.2 A new composite element for FRPreinforced concrete slabs.pdf
 4.3 An experimental study on double steelconcrete composite beam specimens.pdf
 4.4 Behaviour of FRP wrapped circular reinforced concrete columns.pdf
 4.5 Contribution of NSM CFRP bars in shear strengthening of concrete members.pdf
 4.6 Effect of transverse reinforcing on circular columns confined with FRP.pdf
 4.7 Experimental investigation of FRP wrapped RC circular and square hollow columns.pdf
 4.8 Numerical study on strengthening composite bridges.pdf
 4.9 Repair systems for unbonded posttensioned 1way & 2way slabs with CFRP.pdf
 4.10 Strengthening a concrete slab bridge using CFRP composites.pdf
 4.11 Strengthening effect of CCFP for RC member under negative bending.pdf
 4.12 Structural behaviour of reinforced palm kernel shell foamed concrete beams.pdf
 PART V Dynamic impact and earthquake engineering.pdf
 5.1 A note on the model based on the constant Q damping assumption and its corrected models.pdf
 5.2 A neuraloscillator model for humaninduced lateral vibration on footbridges.pdf
 5.3 Analysis of large dynamic structures in the entertainment industry.pdf
 5.4 Comparison of different standards for progressive collapse evaluation procedures.pdf
 5.5 Correlation between minimum building strength and the response modification factor.pdf
 5.6 Effect of infill walls in structural response of RC buildings.pdf
 5.7 Estimation of statically equivalent seismic forces of single layer reticular domes.pdf
 5.8 Experimental study of RC slabCFT column connections under seismic deformations.pdf
 5.9 Identification of frequency dependency of quality factor in subsurface ground.pdf
 5.10 Integrated design and construction to mitigate windinduced motions of tall buildings.pdf
 5.11 Mitigation of high acceleration shock waves in hybrid structures.pdf
 5.12 Prefabricated multistory structure exposed to engineering seismicity.pdf
 5.13 Satisfying drift and acceleration criteria with double FP bearing.pdf
 5.14 Seismic analysis of interlocking block in wall–foundation–soil system.pdf
 5.15 Shear crack width of RC column with cutoff rebar under cyclic loading.pdf
 5.16 Structural behavior of steel frame connections subjected to blast.pdf
 PART VI Bridges and special structures.pdf
 6.1 Applicability of AASHTO LRFD live load distribution factors for nonstandard truck load.pdf
 6.2 Full scale test on a bridge PC box girder.pdf
 6.3 Longterm deflections of longspan bridges.pdf
 PART VII Structural optimization and computation.pdf
 7.1 A revised BESO method for structures with designdependent gravity loads.pdf
 7.2 Investigating the buckling behaviour of single layer dome form of space structures.pdf
 7.3 Reasoning on structural timber design for target reliability.pdf
 7.4 Shape optimization of shell structures with variable thickness.pdf
 7.5 Structural damage detection in plates using wavelet transform.pdf
 7.6 The nonlocal theories based on different types of weighted functions and its application.pdf
 7.7 The MINLP approach to structural synthesis.pdf
 PART VIII Construction materials.pdf
 8.1 Basic study on physical property for calciumsolidification material and on Cabased concrete.pdf
 8.2 Correlations between filler type and the self compacted concrete properties.pdf
 8.3 Delphi study on Portland cement concrete specifications of ITD.pdf
 8.4 Effects of bamboo material on strength characteristics of calciumbased mortar.pdf
 8.5 Effects of remediation and hauling on the air void stability of selfconsolidating concrete.pdf
 8.6 Estimation of marine salt behavior around the bridge section.pdf
 8.7 Evaluation of alkalisilica reactivity using aggregate mineralogy and expansion tests.pdf
 8.8 Evolution of Portland cement pervious concrete construction.pdf
 8.9 Experimental research on regional confined concrete columns under compression.pdf
 8.10 Experimental study on dryshrinkage of lightweight cement mortar.pdf
 8.11 Flexural behavior of high strength stone dust concrete.pdf
 8.12 Influences of admixtures on performance of roller compacted concrete.pdf
 8.13 Investigation of the effect of aggregate on the performance of permeable concrete.pdf
 8.14 Investigations on flexural behavior of high strength manufactured sane concrete.pdf
 8.15 Nested ANOVA model applied to evaluate variability of readymixed concrete production.pdf
 8.16 On characteristics of bamboo as structural materials.pdf
 8.17 Optimization of fly ash content in suppressing alkalisilica reactivity.pdf
 8.18 Overdosing remediation of plastic SCC exposed to combined hauling time and temperature.pdf
 8.19 Research into the optimum level of rockderived microfine particles in sand for concrete.pdf
 8.20 Strength property of concrete using recycled aggregate and highvolume fly ash.pdf
 8.21 Strength, sorptivity and carbonation of geopolymer concrete.pdf
 8.22 Suitability of some Ghanaian mineral admixtures for masonry mortar formulation.pdf
 8.23 Ultra lightweight self consolidating concrete.pdf
 8.24 Wood use in Type I and II (nonconbustible) construction.pdf
 PART IX Composite materials.pdf
 9.1 Computational models for textile reinforced concrete structures.pdf
 9.2 Properties of natural fiber cement boards for building partitions.pdf
 9.3 Studies on glass fiber reinforced concrete composites  strength and behavior.pdf
 9.4 Use of bamboo composites as structural memebers in building construction.pdf
 9.5 Young's modulus of newly mixed cementitious extrusionmolded materials.pdf
 PART X Construction methods.pdf
 10.1 Active pier underpinning of Jinbin light rail bridge Tianjin.pdf
 10.2 CFRP liner quality control for repair of prestressed concrete cylinder pipe.pdf
 10.3 Configuration, evaluation and selection tool (CET) for tunnel construction methods.pdf
 10.4 Formwork specific, process orientated geometricalpathvelocitytimemodel (GPVTmodel).pdf
 10.5 Open building manufacture systems; A new era for collaboration.pdf
 10.6 Precast ferrocement barrel shell planks as low cost roof.pdf
 10.7 Tall building boom  now bust.pdf
 10.8 The stateoftheart of building tall.pdf
 PART XI Construction management.pdf
 11.1 An anatomy of speculative claims in construction.pdf
 11.2 Builders' perceptions of the impact of procurement method on project quality.pdf
 11.3 Business model of the prefab concrete industry  a twodimensional cooperation network.pdf
 11.4 Conservation project management by the architectural digital photogrammetry.pdf
 11.5 Construction productivity and production rates; Developing countries.pdf
 11.6 Contractors' influence within the design process of designbuild projects.pdf
 11.7 Delyays in the Iranian construction projects; Stakeholders and economy.pdf
 11.8 Designing the relationship between contractor and client to partnership.pdf
 11.9 Determining schedule delay causes under the BuildOperateTransfer model in Taiwan.pdf
 11.10 Dey Street Tunnel; The challenges of a design project in a congested urban setting.pdf
 11.11 Developing a document management model for resolving contract disputes for contractor.pdf
 11.12 Development of a decisionmaking model for requirements management.pdf
 11.13 Improving the MEP coordination process through information sharing and establishing trust.pdf
 11.14 Key competences of designbuild clients in the People's Republic of China.pdf
 11.15 PPPrisk identification and allocation model; The crucial success factor for PPPs.pdf
 11.16 Privileges and attractions for private sector involvement in PPP projects.pdf
 11.17 Training of skills and thinking in structural timber design.pdf
 11.18 Use of alternative dispute resolution in construction; A comparative study.pdf
 PART XII Construction maintenance and infrastructure.pdf
 12.1 Construction safety in the repair and maintenance sector.pdf
 12.2 Challenges of a substation and infrastructue upgrade in an urban downtown setting.pdf
 12.3 Construction of concrete embedded, direct fixation, ballasted, LVT and special trackwork.pdf
 12.4 Design issues of the Palmdale Water Reclamation Plant expansion.pdf
 12.5 Fuzzy logic based diagnostic tool for management of timber bridges.pdf
 PART XIII Organizational behavior.pdf
 13.1 Behaviors of leadership in architectural offices.pdf
 13.2 Gendered behavior; Cultures in UK engineering and construction organizations.pdf
 13.3 Knowledge management (KM); 'Integrating past experiences'.pdf
 13.4 Managing innovative change within organisations and project team environments.pdf
 13.5 Personality types of civil engineers and their roles in team performance.pdf
 13.6 System service oriented cooperation  lessons for the construction industry.pdf
 PART XIV Sustainability and energy conservation.pdf
 14.1 Building environmental assessment tool.pdf
 14.2 Building passive design and hotel energy efficiency.pdf
 14.3 Climatic effects on building facades.pdf
 14.4 Energy consumption related to winter housing thermal performance.pdf
 14.5 Green energy and indoor technologies for smart buildings.pdf
 14.6 Indoor air quality, distribution systems and energy simulations.pdf
 14.7 Structural sustainability of high performance buildings.pdf
 14.8 The use of green materials in the construction of buildings' structure.pdf
 PART XV Engineering economics.pdf
 15.1 An interactive model for reduction of failure costs; A process management approach.pdf
 15.2 Forecasting lowcost housing demand in urban area in Malaysia using ANN.pdf
 15.3 Influence of construction costs on schedule performance.pdf
 15.4 LC maintenance strategy development and decisionmaking model for street maintenance.pdf
 15.5 Macroeconomic costs within the lifecycle of bridges.pdf
 15.6 Maintenance life cycle cost model for drainage systems of infrastructures.pdf
 15.7 Trend analysis of cost performance for public work projects.pdf
 15.8 Smoothing methodology for time series data.pdf
 15.9 Underlying mechanisms of failure costs in construction.pdf
 PART XVI Information technology.pdf
 16.1 A survey of the curent iBuild practices in the Taiwanese construction industry.pdf
 16.2 Construction information technology and a new age of enlightenment.pdf
 16.3 How building information modeling has changed the MEP coordination process.pdf
 16.4 Organisational ereadiness in the built environment; People, process, technology.pdf
 16.5 Technology projects and their impact on the engineering and construction process.pdf
 PART XVII Geotechnical engineering, foundation and tunneling.pdf
 17.1 Dynamic effects of machines on foundations buildings.pdf
 17.2 Investigations of the dynamic state of turbo sets foundations.pdf
 17.3 Model tests on bearing capacity of soilbags.pdf
 17.4 The construction precontrol of a foundation pit in Shanghai.pdf
 17.5 Using BESO method to optimize the shape reinforcement of underground openings.pdf
 Author index  Challenges, Opportunities and Solutions in Structural Engineering and Construction.pdf

Civil Engineer’s Handbook of Professional Practice (25)
 Cover & Table of Contents  Civil Engineer’s Handbook of Professional Practice.pdf
 Chapter 1 Introduction.pdf
 Chapter 2 Background and History of the Profession.pdf
 Chapter 3 Ethics.pdf
 Chapter 4 Professional Engagement.pdf
 Chapter 5 The Engineer's Role in Project Development.pdf
 Chapter 6 What Engineers Deliver.pdf
 Chapter 7 Executing a Professional CommissionProject Management.pdf
 Chapter 8 Permitting.pdf
 Chapter 9 The Client Relationship and Business Development.pdf
 Chapter 10 Leadership.pdf
 Chapter 11 Legal Aspects of Professional Practice.pdf
 Chapter 12 Managing the Civil Engineering Enterprise.pdf
 Chapter 13 Communicating as a Professional Engineer.pdf
 Chapter 14 Having a Life.pdf
 Chapter 15 Globalization.pdf
 Chapter 16 Sustainability.pdf
 Chapter 17 Emerging Technologies.pdf
 Appendix A Example RFP.pdf
 Appendix B Example Proposal.pdf
 Appendix C Example Feasibility Study Report.pdf
 Appendix D Example Short Technical Report; The Benefits of Green Roofs.pdf
 Appendix E Example Specification; CastinPlace Concrete.pdf
 Appendix F Contracts.pdf
 Index  Civil Engineer’s Handbook of Professional Practice.pdf

Computational Techniques for MultiPhase Flows (14)
 Cover & Praface  Computational Techniques for MultiPhase Flows.pdf
 Chapter 1 Introduction.pdf
 Chapter 2 Governing Equations and Boundary Conditions.pdf
 Chapter 3 Solution Methods for MultiPhase Flows.pdf
 Chapter 4 Gas–Particle Flows.pdf
 Chapter 5 Liquid–Particle Flows.pdf
 Chapter 6 Gas–Liquid Flows.pdf
 Chapter 7 Free Surface Flows.pdf
 Chapter 8 FreezingSolidification.pdf
 Chapter 9 ThreePhase Flows.pdf
 Chapter 10 Future Trends in Handling Turbulent MultiPhase Flows.pdf
 Appendix A Full Derivation of Conservation Equations.pdf
 Refference  Computational Techniques for MultiPhase Flows.pdf
 Index  Computational Techniques for MultiPhase Flows.pdf

Computational Techniques for Structural Health Monitoring (16)
 Cover & Table of Contents  Computational Techniques for Structural Health Monitoring.pdf
 Part I Introductory Concepts in Structural Health Monitoring.pdf
 Chapter 1 Introduction  Computational Techniques for Structural Health Monitoring.pdf
 Chapter 2 Fundamentals Concepts in Elasticity, Mechanics and Wave Propagation.pdf
 Chapter 3 Signal Processing Techniques.pdf
 Part II Computational Simulation Techniques for Structural Health Monitoring.pdf
 Chapter 4 Application of the Finite Element Method in SHM.pdf
 Chapter 5 Spectral Finite Element Method.pdf
 Chapter 6 Simplified Spectral Models for Damaged Waveguides.pdf
 Chapter 7 Perturbation Methods for Damaged Structures.pdf
 Chapter 8 Bridging Scale Analysis of Wave Propagation in Heterogeneous Structures with Imperfections.pdf
 Chapter 9 Modeling of Actuators and Sensors for SHM.pdf
 Part III Computational Methodologies for Damage Detection and Quantification.pdf
 Chapter 10 Computational Techniques for Damage Detection, Classification and Quantification.pdf
 Chapter 11 Use of Soft Computing Tools for Damage Detection.pdf
 Index  Computational Techniques for Structural Health Monitoring.pdf

Concrete Construction Engineering (2nd Edition) (39)
 Cover & Table of Contents  Concrete Construction Engineering (2nd Edition).pdf
 Preface  Concrete Construction Engineering (2nd Edition).pdf
 Chapter 1 Concrete Constituent Materials.pdf
 Chapter 2 Mineral Admixures.pdf
 Chapter 3 Chemical Admixtures.pdf
 Chapter 4 LongTerm Effects and Serviceability.pdf
 Chapter 5 Properties and Performance of NormalStrength and HighStrength Concrete.pdf
 Chapter 6 Design and Placement of Concrete Mixtures.pdf
 Chapter 7 Design and Construction of Concrete Formwork.pdf
 Chapter 8 Construction Loading in HighRise Buildings.pdf
 Chapter 9 Deflection of Concrete Members.pdf
 Chapter 10 Structural Concrete Systems.pdf
 Chapter 11 Construction of Prestressed Concrete.pdf
 Chapter 12 Unbonded PostTensioning System Technology in Building Construction.pdf
 Chapter 13 Concrete for Offshore Structures.pdf
 Chapter 14 Foundations for Concrete Structures.pdf
 Chapter 15 Specialized Construction Applications.pdf
 Chapter 16 Structural Concrete Repair.pdf
 Chapter 17 Joints in Concrete Construction.pdf
 Chapter 18 Automation in Concrete Construction.pdf
 Chapter 19 Equipment for Concrete Building Construction.pdf
 Chapter 20 RollerCompacted Concrete.pdf
 Chapter 21 Nondestructive Test Methods.pdf
 Chapter 22 FiberReinforced Composites.pdf
 Chapter 23 Bonded Concrete Overlays.pdf
 Chapter 24 Engineered Cementitious Composite (ECC); Material, Structural, and Durability Performance.pdf
 Chapter 25 Design of FRP Reinforced and Strengthened Concrete.pdf
 Chapter 26 LowCalcium, FlyAshBased Geopolymer Concrete.pdf
 Chapter 27 Performance Evaluation of Structures.pdf
 Chapter 28 Masonry Design and Construction.pdf
 Chapter 29 Aesthetics in the Construction and Design of LongSpan Prestressed Concrete Bridges.pdf
 Chapter 30 Architectural Concrete.pdf
 Chapter 31 Fire Resistance and Protection of Structures.pdf
 Chapter 32 SeismicResisting Construction.pdf
 Chapter 33 Prefabricated Bridge Elements and Systems.pdf
 Chapter 34 Design of Precast Concrete Seismic Bracing Systems.pdf
 Chapter 35 Cracking Mitigation and Maintenance Considerations.pdf
 Chapter 36 Proportioning Concrete Structural Elements by the ACI 31808 Code.pdf
 Index  Concrete Construction Engineering (2nd Edition).pdf

Constructing Futures; Industry Leaders and Futures Thinking in Construction (12)
 Cover & Table of Contents  Constructing Futures; Industry Leaders and Futures Thinking in Construction.pdf
 Part 1 Tracing The Past.pdf
 Chapter 1 Introducing Foresight In Construction; Exploring The Missing Link Of Personalising Futures Thinking.pdf
 Chapter 2 Influential People In The Uk Construction Industry; What Makes Leadership In Construction.pdf
 Part 2 Eliciting The Future.pdf
 Chapter 3 Developing A Sustainable Future; Theoretical And Practical Insights Into Sustainable Development.pdf
 Chapter 4 Connecting Up Government, Corporate And Community Stakeholders In Governing The Future Of The Construction Industry.pdf
 Part 3 Towards An Afterthought.pdf
 Chapter 5 The Last Word; Synthesising Lessons Learnt From The Journey.pdf
 Appendix; Brief Biographies Of Influential Figures Interviewed.pdf
 Notes And References  Constructing Futures; Industry Leaders and Futures Thinking in Construction.pdf
 Index  Constructing Futures; Industry Leaders and Futures Thinking in Construction.pdf

Construction Databook; Construction Materials and Equipment (2nd Edition) (13)
 Cover & Table of Contents  Construction Databook; Construction Materials and Equipment (2nd Edition).pdf
 Section 1 Soils, Site Utilities, Sitework Equipment.pdf
 Section 2 Substructures.pdf
 Section 3 Building Envelope.pdf
 Section 4 Carpentry, Framing, Drywall, Engineered Wood Products.pdf
 Section 5 Fireproofing and Soundproofing.pdf
 Section 6 Interior FinishesMillwork, Laminates, Paint, and Wall Coverings.pdf
 Section 7 Doors and Windows.pdf
 Section 8 Plumbing.pdf
 Section 9 Mechanical Systems and Equipment.pdf
 Section 10 Electrical.pdf
 Section 11 Useful Tables, Charts, and Formulas.pdf
 Index  Construction Databook; Construction Materials and Equipment (2nd Edition).pdf

Construction Management (4th Edition) (32)
 Cover & Table of Contents  Construction Management (4th Edition).pdf
 Chapter 1 History and Basic Concepts.pdf
 Chapter 2 Preparing the Bid Package.pdf
 Chapter 3 Issues During Construction Phase.pdf
 Chapter 4 Construction Contracts.pdf
 Chapter 5 Legal Structure.pdf
 Chapter 6 Impact of Taxes.pdf
 Chapter 7 Project Planning.pdf
 Chapter 8 Project Scheduling.pdf
 Chapter 9 Scheduling; Program Evaluation and Review Technique Networks and Linear Operations.pdf
 Chapter 10 The Mathematics of Money.pdf
 Chapter 11 Project Cash Flow.pdf
 Chapter 12 Project Funding.pdf
 Chapter 13 Equipment Ownership.pdf
 Chapter 14 Equipment Productivity.pdf
 Chapter 15 Construction Labor.pdf
 Chapter 16 Estimating Process.pdf
 Chapter 17 Cost Control.pdf
 Chapter 18 Materials Management.pdf
 Chapter 19 Safety.pdf
 Appendix A; Typical Considerations Affecting the Decision to Bid.pdf
 Appendix B; Performance and Payment Bonds.pdf
 Appendix C; Standard Form of Agreement Between Owner and Contractor on the Basis of a Stipulated Price.pdf
 Appendix D; Standard Form of Agreement Between Owner and Contractor on the Basis of CostPlus.pdf
 Appendix E; Arrow Notation Scheduling Calculations.pdf
 Appendix F; AGC Builders Association of Chicago; Typical Agent Job Descriptions.pdf
 Appendix G; Compound Interest Tables.pdf
 Appendix H; Plans for Small Gas Station.pdf
 Appendix I; Site Reconnaissance Checklist.pdf
 Appendix J; The Cumulative Normal Distribution Function.pdf
 Bibliography  Construction Management (4th Edition).pdf
 Index  Construction Management (4th Edition).pdf

Construction Materials; Their Nature and Behaviour (83)
 Cover & Table of Contents  Construction Materials; Their Nature and Behaviour.pdf
 Part 1 Fundamentals.pdf
 Chapter 1 Atoms, Bonding, Energy And Equilibrium.pdf
 Chapter 2 Mechanical Properties Of Solids.pdf
 Chapter 3 The Structure Of Solids.pdf
 Chapter 4 Fracture And Toughness.pdf
 Chapter 5 Liquids, Viscoelasticity And Gels.pdf
 Chapter 6 Surfaces.pdf
 Chapter 7 Electrical And Thermal Properties.pdf
 Further Reading For Part 1 Fundamentals.pdf
 Part 2 Metals And Alloys.pdf
 Chapter 8 Deformation And Strengthening Of Metals.pdf
 Chapter 9 Forming Of Metals.pdf
 Chapter 10 Oxidation And Corrosion.pdf
 Chapter 11 Iron And Steel.pdf
 Chapter 12 Aluminium.pdf
 Further Reading For Part 2 Metals And Alloys.pdf
 Part 3 Concrete.pdf
 Chapter 13 Portland Cements.pdf
 Chapter 14 Admixtures.pdf
 Chapter 15 Additions.pdf
 Chapter 16 Other Types Of Cement.pdf
 Chapter 17 Aggregates For Concrete.pdf
 Chapter 18 Properties Of Fresh Concrete.pdf
 Chapter 19 Early Age Properties Of Concrete.pdf
 Chapter 20 Deformation Of Concrete.pdf
 Chapter 21 Strength And Failure Of Concrete.pdf
 Chapter 22 Concrete Mix Design.pdf
 Chapter 23 NonDestructive Testing Of Hardened Concrete.pdf
 Chapter 24 Durability Of Concrete.pdf
 Chapter 25 Special Concretes.pdf
 Chapter 26 Recycling Of Concrete.pdf
 Further Reading For Part 3 Concrete.pdf
 Part 4 Bituminous Materials.pdf
 Chapter 27 Components Of Bituminous Materials.pdf
 Chapter 28 Viscosity, Stiffness And Deformation Of Bituminous Materials.pdf
 Chapter 29 Strength And Failure Of Bituminous Materials.pdf
 Chapter 30 Durability Of Bituminous Structures.pdf
 Chapter 31 Design And Production Of Bituminous Materials.pdf
 Chapter 32 Recycling Of Bituminous Materials.pdf
 Further Reading For Part 4 Bituminous Materials.pdf
 Part 5 Masonry; Brickwork, Blockwork And Stonework.pdf
 Chapter 33 Materials And Components For Masonry.pdf
 Chapter 34 Masonry Construction And Forms.pdf
 Chapter 35 Structural Behaviour And Movement Of Masonry.pdf
 Chapter 36 NonStructural Physical Properties Of Masonry.pdf
 Chapter 37 Deterioration And Conservation Of Masonry.pdf
 Further Reading For Part 5 Masonry; Brickwork, Blockwork And Stonework.pdf
 Part 6 Polymers.pdf
 Chapter 38 Polymers; Types, Properties And Applications.pdf
 Part 7 Fibre Composites.pdf
 Section 1 Polymer Composites.pdf
 Chapter 39 Fibres For Polymer Composites.pdf
 Chapter 40 Analysis Of The Behaviour Of Polymer Composites.pdf
 Chapter 41 Manufacturing Techniques For Polymer Composites Used In Construction.pdf
 Chapter 42 Durability And Design Of Polymer Composites.pdf
 Chapter 43 Applications Of Frp Composites In Civil Engineering.pdf
 Section 2 FibreReinforced Cements And Concrete.pdf
 Chapter 44 Terminology For Frc.pdf
 Chapter 45 Component Materials.pdf
 Chapter 46 Interface And Bonding.pdf
 Chapter 47 Reinforcement Layouts.pdf
 Chapter 48 Mechanical Behaviour Of Frc.pdf
 Chapter 49 Manufacturing Of Frc.pdf
 Chapter 50 Applications.pdf
 Chapter 51 Durability And Recycling.pdf
 Part 8 Timber.pdf
 Chapter 52 Structure Of Timber And The Presence Of Moisture.pdf
 Chapter 53 Deformation In Timber.pdf
 Chapter 54 Strength And Failure In Timber.pdf
 Chapter 55 Durability Of Timber.pdf
 Chapter 56 Processing And Recycling Of Timber.pdf
 Further Reading For Part 8 Timber.pdf
 Part 9 Glass.pdf
 Chapter 57 Manufacture And Processing.pdf
 Chapter 58 Properties And Performance.pdf
 Chapter 59 Design And Applications.pdf
 Chapter 60 Service And End Of Life.pdf
 Part 10 Selection And Sustainable Use Of Construction Materials.pdf
 Chapter 61 Mechanical Properties Of Materials.pdf
 Chapter 62 Sustainability And Construction Materials.pdf
 Further Reading For Part 10 Selection And Sustainable Use Of Construction Materials.pdf
 Index  Construction Materials; Their Nature and Behaviour.pdf

Construction Project Management; A Practical Guide to Field Construction Management (5th Edition) (21)
 Cover & Table of Contents  Construction Project Management; A Practical Guide to Field Construction Management.pdf
 Chapter 1 Construction Practices.pdf
 Chapter 2 Management System.pdf
 Chapter 3 Project Cost Estimating.pdf
 Chapter 4 Project Planning.pdf
 Chapter 5 Project Scheduling.pdf
 Chapter 6 Production Planning.pdf
 Chapter 7 Project Time Acceleration.pdf
 Chapter 8 Resource Management.pdf
 Chapter 9 Project Time Management.pdf
 Chapter 10 Project Cost System.pdf
 Chapter 11 Project Financial Management.pdf
 Chapter 12 Scheduling Applications.pdf
 Appendix A Highway Bridge BidItem Summary Sheets.pdf
 Appendix B SI Unit Highway Bridge BidItem Summary Sheets.pdf
 Appendix C Highway Bridge Project Outline.pdf
 Appendix D Arrow Notation.pdf
 Appendix E The PERT Procedure.pdf
 Appendix F Analysis of Estimating Accuracy.pdf
 Appendix G Highway Bridge Case Studies.pdf
 Index  Construction Project Management; A Practical Guide to Field Construction Management.pdf

Deep Excavation; Theory and Practice (20)
 Cover & Table of Contents  Deep Excavation; Theory and Practice.pdf
 Chapter 1 Introduction To The Analysis And Design Of Excavations.pdf
 Chapter 2 Basic Properties And Mechanical Characteristics Of Soils.pdf
 Chapter 3 Excavation Methods And Lateral Supporting Systems.pdf
 Chapter 4 Lateral Earth Pressure.pdf
 Chapter 5 Stability Analysis.pdf
 Chapter 6 Stress And Deformation Analysis; Simplified Method.pdf
 Chapter 7 Stress And Deformation Analysis; Beam On Elastic Foundation Method.pdf
 Chapter 8 Stress And Deformation Analysis; Finite Element Method.pdf
 Chapter 9 Dewatering Of Excavations.pdf
 Chapter 10 Design Of Retaining Structural Components.pdf
 Chapter 11 Excavation And Protection Of Adjacent Buildings.pdf
 Chapter 12 Monitoring Systems.pdf
 Appendix A Conversion Factors.pdf
 Appendix B Indices Of The Case Histories; TNEC And Buildings P, Q, R, And S.pdf
 Appendix C Commonly Used Steel Sections Or Piles.pdf
 Appendix D Definition Of Plane Strain.pdf
 Answers To Selected Problems  Deep Excavation; Theory and Practice.pdf
 References  Deep Excavation; Theory and Practice.pdf
 Index  Deep Excavation; Theory and Practice.pdf

Designing Kinetics for Architectural Facades; State Change (12)
 Cover & Table of Contents  Designing Kinetics for Architectural Facades; State Change.pdf
 Chapter 1 Movement At The Periphery.pdf
 Chapter 2 Kinetic Precedent.pdf
 Chapter 3 Systems, Fields And Reflexivity.pdf
 Chapter 4 Kinetic Art.pdf
 Chapter 5 Decision Planes.pdf
 Chapter 6 Experiments With Kinetic Pattern.pdf
 Chapter 7 All At Sea; A Provisional Taxonomy.pdf
 Chapter 8 State Change; A Morphology Of Kinetic Pattern.pdf
 Notes  Designing Kinetics for Architectural Facades; State Change.pdf
 Bibliography  Designing Kinetics for Architectural Facades; State Change.pdf
 Index  Designing Kinetics for Architectural Facades; State Change.pdf

Designing with Geosynthetics (5th Edition) (11)
 Cover & Table of Contents  Designing with Geosynthetics (5th Edition).pdf
 Chapter 1 Overview Of Geosynthetics.pdf
 Chapter 2 Designing With Geotextiles.pdf
 Chapter 3 Designing With Geogrids.pdf
 Chapter 4 Designing With Geonets.pdf
 Chapter 5 Designing With Geomembranes.pdf
 Chapter 6 Geosynthetic Clay Liners.pdf
 Chapter 7 Designing With Geopipes.pdf
 Chapter 8 Designing With Geofoam.pdf
 Chapter 9 Designing With Geocomposites.pdf
 Index  Designing with Geosynthetics (5th Edition).pdf

Dynamics in the Practice of Structural Design (17)
 Cover & Table of Contents  Dynamics in the Practice of Structural Design.pdf
 Chapter 1 Structural Design In Dynamic Situations.pdf
 Chapter 2 General Overview.pdf
 Chapter 3 Dynamic Events And Effects.pdf
 Chapter 4 Dynamic Loads On Structures.pdf
 Chapter 5 Vibrations.pdf
 Chapter 6 The Rate Of Strain .pdf
 Chapter 7 Fatigue.pdf
 Chapter 8 Damping .pdf
 Chapter 9 Mathematics.pdf
 Chapter 10 Single Degree of Freedom System.pdf
 Chapter 11 Multidegree Of Freedom; Lumped Mass System.pdf
 Chapter 12 Distributed Mass System.pdf
 Chapter 13 Earthquakes.pdf
 Chapter 14 Wind Loads .pdf
 Selected Bibliography  Dynamics in the Practice of Structural Design.pdf
 Index  Dynamics in the Practice of Structural Design.pdf

Earthquake Design Practice For Buildings (2nd Edition) (16)
 Cover & Table of Contents  Earthquake Design Practice For Buildings (2nd Edition).pdf
 Chapter 1 The Lessons From Earthquake Damage.pdf
 Chapter 2 Ground Motion.pdf
 Chapter 3 The Calculation Of Structural Response.pdf
 Chapter 4 Analysis Of Soils And SoilStructure Interaction.pdf
 Chapter 5 Conceptual Design.pdf
 Chapter 6 Seismic Codes Of Practice.pdf
 Chapter 7 Foundations.pdf
 Chapter 8 Reinforced Concrete Design.pdf
 Chapter 9 Steelwork Design.pdf
 Chapter 10 Masonry.pdf
 Chapter 11 Timber.pdf
 Chapter 12 Building Contents And Cladding.pdf
 Chapter 13 Seismic Isolation.pdf
 Chapter 14 Assessment And Strengthening Of Existing Buildings.pdf
 Index  Earthquake Design Practice For Buildings (2nd Edition).pdf

Earthquake Resistant Engineering Structures VIII (33)
 Cover & Table of Contents  Earthquake Resistant Engineering Structures VIII.pdf
 Section 1; The 2009 Abruzzo Earthquake; Site Effects And Seismic Isolation.pdf
 1.1 Seismic Action To Withstand The Structures; The Case History Of 2009 Abruzzo Earthquake.pdf
 1.2 Features, Recent Application And Conditions For The Correct Use Of Seismic Isolation Systems.pdf
 1.3 Site Effects And Site Amplification Due To The 2009 Abruzzo Earthquake.pdf
 1.4 Application Of Seismic Isolation In The Retrofit Of Historical Buildings.pdf
 Section 2; Seismic Isolation And Energy Dissipation.pdf
 2.1 Adaptable Dual Control Systems For Earthquake Resistance.pdf
 2.2 EnergyBased Evaluation Of Seismic Response Of Structures With Passive And Active Systems.pdf
 2.3 Vibrobase Insulation Of A Building Excited By The Technical Seismicity Effect Of Tube Railway Operation.pdf
 2.4 Behaviour Of Steel Reinforced Concrete BeamColumn Joints.pdf
 Section 3; Ground Motion.pdf
 3.1 Developing A 7.5Sec SiteCondition Map For Japan Based On Geomorphologic Classification.pdf
 3.2 Coherency Between Ground Motions Synthesized For Analysis Input Of A Large Span Structure.pdf
 3.3 Role Of Hysteretic Damping In The Earthquake Response Of Ground.pdf
 3.4 GroundMotion Simulation For The Eastern Province Of Saudi Arabia Using A Stochastic Model.pdf
 Section 4; Soil Structure Interaction.pdf
 4.1 Nonlinear Vibrations Of Piles In Viscoelastic Foundations.pdf
 4.2 Evaluation Of Response Characteristics Of Buried Pipelines During Earthquakes.pdf
 4.3 Dynamic Interaction Of Adjacent Tall Building Structures On Deep Foundations.pdf
 4.4 Moment Formulation For Random Eigenvalue Problems In Beams.pdf
 Section 5; Structural Performance.pdf
 5.1 Safety Evaluation For Dams Against Different Modes Of Surface Faults Induced By Earthquakes.pdf
 5.2 Garigliano Nuclear Power Plant; Seismic Evaluation Of The Turbine Building.pdf
 5.3 Seismic History Analysis Of Asymmetrical Adjacent Buildings With SoilStructure Interaction Consideration.pdf
 5.4 Seismic Strengthening Of Churches As A Part Of Earthquake Renewal In The Posoje Region, Slovenia.pdf
 5.5 Analysis Of Seismic Stability Of Shells Of Revolution Using Probabilistic Methods.pdf
 5.6 Evaluating A RigidPlastic Method To Estimate The Earthquake Ductility Demand On Structures.pdf
 5.7 Comparison Of Buckling Load For HShaped Compression Members With Different Eccentric Bracing Methods.pdf
 5.8 The Effects Of Multiple Vertical Baffles On Sloshing Phenomenon In Rectangular Tanks.pdf
 5.9 Masonry Block Construction In Haiti.pdf
 5.10 Interpretation Of Microseismic Effects From Response To Large Coal Mine Blasts.pdf
 Author Index  Earthquake Resistant Engineering Structures VIII.pdf

Estimating for Residential Construction (2nd Edition) (22)
 Cover & Table of Contents  Estimating for Residential Construction (2nd Edition).pdf
 Preface  Estimating for Residential Construction (2nd Edition).pdf
 Chapter 1 Introduction to Building Cost Estimates.pdf
 Chapter 2 Arithmetic and Principles of Measurement.pdf
 Chapter 3 Measuring Excavation and Sitework.pdf
 Chapter 4 Measuring Concrete Work.pdf
 Chapter 5 Measuring Carpentry Work.pdf
 Chapter 6 Measuring Masonry and Finishes.pdf
 Chapter 7 Estimating Plumbing, Heating, Ventilating, and Air Conditioning (HVAC), and Electrical Work.pdf
 Chapter 8 Pricing General Expenses.pdf
 Chapter 9 Pricing the Work.pdf
 Chapter 10 Pricing Equipment.pdf
 Chapter 11 Subcontractor Work.pdf
 Chapter 12 Estimate Summaries and Bids.pdf
 Chapter 13 Estimates for Remodeling Work.pdf
 Chapter 14 Computer Estimating.pdf
 Appendix A Glossary of Terms.pdf
 Appendix B The Metric System and Conversions.pdf
 Appendix C Formulae Used in Estimating.pdf
 Appendix D Sample House Drawings.pdf
 Appendix E Sample Drawings for a 4Unit Apartment Building.pdf
 Index  Estimating for Residential Construction (2nd Edition).pdf

Experimental Unsaturated Soil Mechanics (57)
 Cover & Table of Contents  Experimental Unsaturated Soil Mechanics.pdf
 1.1 Influence of Relative Density and Clay Fraction on Soils Collapse.pdf
 1.2 Microstructure Features in the Behaviour of Engineered Barriers for Nuclear Waste Disposal.pdf
 1.3 Microstructure of Gypsiferous Crust and Its Importance to Unsaturated Soil Behaviour.pdf
 1.4 Fabric Changes in Compacted London Clay Due to Variations in Applied Stress and Suction.pdf
 1.5 Microstructure of a Lime Stabilised Compacted Silt.pdf
 Part II Measuring Suction.pdf
 2.1 Errors in Total Suction Measurements.pdf
 2.2 Application of a Dew Point Method to Obtain the Soil Water Characteristic.pdf
 2.3 A Comparative Study of Soil Suction Measurement Using Two Different HighRange Psychrometers.pdf
 2.4 Determination of the Soil Water Retention Curve with Tensiometers.pdf
 2.5 Tensiometer Development for High Suction Analysis in Laboratory Lysimeters.pdf
 Part III Strength and Dilatancy.pdf
 3.1 Dilatancy of Coarse Granular Aggregates.pdf
 3.2 A Laboratory Investigation into the Effect of Water Content on the CBR of a Subgrade soil.pdf
 3.3 Shear Strength Affected by Suction Tension in Unsaturated Fine Grained Soils.pdf
 3.4 Shear Strength Behaviour of Unsaturated Silty Soil.pdf
 3.5 Experimental Investigation on the Time Dependent Behaviour of a Multiphase Chalk.pdf
 3.6 Testing Unsaturated Soil for Plane Strain Conditions; A New Double Wall Biaxial Device.pdf
 3.7 Influence of State Variables on the Shear Behaviour of an Unsaturated Clay.pdf
 3.8 Effect of Capillary and Cemented Bonds on the Strength of Unsaturated Sands.pdf
 3.9 Determining the Shear Strength of Unsaturated Silt.pdf
 3.10 Factors Affecting Tensile Strength Measurement and Modified Tensile Strength Measuring Apparatus for Soil.pdf
 3.11 The Tensile Strength of Compacted Clays as Affected by Suction and Soil Structure.pdf
 Part IV Temperature Effects.pdf
 4.1 Modified Isochoric Cell for Temperature Controlled Swelling Pressure Tests.pdf
 4.2 Some Aspects of the Effect of the Temperature on the Behaviour of Unsaturated Sandy Clay.pdf
 4.3 Influence of Temperature on the Water Retention Curve of Soils. Modelling and Experiments.pdf
 4.4 ThermoHydroMechanical Behaviour of Compacted Bentonite.pdf
 4.5 Retention Curves of Two Bentonites at High Temperature.pdf
 Part V Volumetric BehaviourExpansive Materials.pdf
 5.1 Experimental Study on Shrinkage Behaviour and Prediction of Shrinkage Magnitudes of Residual Soils.pdf
 5.2 Assessment of Swelling Deformation of Unsaturated Kaolinite Clay.pdf
 5.3 Suction and Collapse of Lumpy Spoilheaps in Northwestern Bohemia.pdf
 5.4 Oedometer Creep Tests of a Partially Saturated Kaolinite Clay.pdf
 5.5 Analysis of the Expansive Clay Hydration under Low Hydraulic Gradient.pdf
 5.6 Moisture Effects on Argillaceous Rocks.pdf
 Part VI Retention Behaviour.pdf
 6.1 Results from Suction Controlled Laboratory Tests on Unsaturated BentoniteVerification of a Model.pdf
 6.2 Variation of Degree of Saturation in Unsaturated Silty Soil.pdf
 6.3 Mechanical Behaviour of Compacted Scaly Clay During Cyclic ControlledSuction Testing.pdf
 6.4 Prediction of Soil–Water Characteristic Curve Based on Soil Index Properties.pdf
 6.5 Water Balance and Effectiveness of Mineral Landfill CoversResults of Large Lysimeter TestFields.pdf
 6.6 A Retention Curve Prediction for Unsaturated Clay Soils.pdf
 6.7 UnsaturatedZone Leaching and SaturatedZone Mixing Model in Heterogeneous Layers.pdf
 6.8 Prediction of SWCC for Coarse Soils Considering Pore Size Changes.pdf
 6.9 The Influence of the Pore Fluid on Desiccation of a Deformable Porous Material.pdf
 6.10 Determination of the Soil Water Retention Curve and the Unsaturated Hydraulic Conductivity from the Particle Size Distribution.pdf
 Part VII Field Applications.pdf
 7.1 EarthquakeInduced Mudflow Mechanism from a Viewpoint of Unsaturated Soil Dynamics.pdf
 7.2 PlateLoad Tests on an Unsaturated Lean Clay.pdf
 7.3 Selfsealing Barriers of ClayMineral Mixtures. The SB Project at the Mont Terri Rock Laboratory.pdf
 7.4 Preferential Water Movement in Homogeneous Soils.pdf
 7.5 Compaction Properties of Agricultural Soils.pdf
 7.6 Bearing Capacity of Model Footings in Unsaturated Soils.pdf
 7.7 Influence of Soil Suction on Trench Stability.pdf
 Index  Experimental Unsaturated Soil Mechanics.pdf

Foundation Design; Theory and Practice (16)
 Cover & Table of Contents  Foundation Design; Theory and Practice.pdf
 Chapter 1 Introduction  Foundation Design; Theory and Practice.pdf
 Chapter 2 Engineering Properties of Soil.pdf
 Chapter 3 Bearing Capacity, Settlement, Stresses and Lateral Pressures in Soils.pdf
 Chapter 4 Rational Design of Shallow Foundations.pdf
 Chapter 5 Analysis of Footings on Elastic Foundations.pdf
 Chapter 6 Numerical and Finite Difference Methods.pdf
 Chapter 7 Numerical and Finite Difference Methods.pdf
 Chapter 8 Parameters and Criteria for Foundation Design.pdf
 Chapter 9 Deep FoundationsPiles, Drilled Piers, Caissons and PileRaft Systems.pdf
 Chapter 10 Design of Piles and Pile Groups.pdf
 Chapter 11 Machine Foundations.pdf
 Chapter 12 Structural Design of Foundations.pdf
 References  Foundation Design; Theory and Practice.pdf
 Author Index  Foundation Design; Theory and Practice.pdf
 Subject Index  Foundation Design; Theory and Practice.pdf

Foundation Engineering Handbook (2nd Edition) (30)
 Cover & Table of Cover  Foundation Engineering Handbook (2nd Edition).pdf
 Chapter 1 Introduction  Foundation Engineering Handbook (2nd Edition).pdf
 Part 1 Geotechnical Engineering.pdf
 Chapter 2 Subsurface Exploration.pdf
 Chapter 3 Laboratory Testing.pdf
 Chapter 4 Soil Mechanics.pdf
 Part 2 Foundation Design.pdf
 Chapter 5 Shallow and Deep Foundations.pdf
 Chapter 6 Bearing Capacity of Foundations.pdf
 Chapter 7 Settlement of Foundations.pdf
 Chapter 8 Consolidation.pdf
 Chapter 9 Foundations on Expansive Soil.pdf
 Chapter 10 Slope Stability.pdf
 Chapter 11 Retaining Walls.pdf
 Chapter 12 Foundation Deterioration and Cracking.pdf
 Chapter 13 Geotechnical Earthquake Engineering for Soils.pdf
 Chapter 14 Geotechnical Earthquake Engineering for Foundations and Retaining Walls.pdf
 Part 3 Foundation Construction.pdf
 Chapter 15 Grading and Other Soil Improvement Methods.pdf
 Chapter 16 Foundation Excavation, Underpinning, and Field Load Tests.pdf
 Chapter 17 Geosynthetics and Instrumentation.pdf
 Part 4 2009 International Building Code.pdf
 Chapter 18 International Building Code Regulations for Soils.pdf
 Chapter 19 International Building Code Regulations for Foundations.pdf
 Appendix A Glossary  Foundation Engineering Handbook (2nd Edition).pdf
 Appendix B Example of a Foundation Engineering Report.pdf
 Appendix C Solutions to Problems.pdf
 Appendix D Conversion Factors.pdf
 Appendix E Bibliography  Foundation Engineering Handbook (2nd Edition).pdf
 Index  Foundation Engineering Handbook (2nd Edition).pdf

Foundations, Basements and External Works (10)
 Cover & Table of Contents  Foundations, Basements and External Works.pdf
 Chapter 0 Introduction.pdf
 Chapter 1 The Basic Features Of Sites.pdf
 Chapter 2 Foundations.pdf
 Chapter 3 Basements, Cellars And Underground Buildings.pdf
 Chapter 4 Public And Other Utilities.pdf
 Chapter 5 Walls, Fencing And Security Devices.pdf
 Chapter 6 Hard And Soft Landscaping.pdf
 References And Further Reading.pdf
 Index  Foundations, Basements and External Works.pdf

Fundamental Building Materials (4th Edition) (17)
 Cover & Table of Contents  Fundamental Building Materials (4th Edition).pdf
 Chapter 1 Introduction  Fundamental Building Materials (4th Edition).pdf
 Chapter 2 Water.pdf
 Chapter 3 Foundation Materials.pdf
 Chapter 4 Primitive Materials.pdf
 Chapter 5 Timbers and Building Boards.pdf
 Chapter 6 Bricks and Brickwork.pdf
 Chapter 7 Lime, Cement, Mortars, Plasters and Renders.pdf
 Chapter 8 Stones.pdf
 Chapter 9 Ceramics.pdf
 Chapter 10 Metals.pdf
 Chapter 11 Concrete.pdf
 Chapter 12 Glass.pdf
 Chapter 13 Chemically Based Products.pdf
 Chapter 14 Incompatibility of Materials.pdf
 Chapter 15 Comparative Tabulations.pdf
 Index  Fundamental Building Materials (4th Edition).pdf

Fundamentals of Building Construction; Materials and Methods (5th Edition) (32)
 Cover & Table of Contents  Fundamentals of Building Construction; Materials and Methods (5th Edition).pdf
 Chapter 1 Making Buildings.pdf
 Chapter 2 Foundations.pdf
 Chapter 3 Wood.pdf
 FROM CONCEPT TO REALITY I.pdf
 Chapter 4 Heavy Timber Frame Construction.pdf
 Chapter 5 Construction.pdf
 Chapter 6 Wood Light Frame Construction.pdf
 Chapter 7 Wood Light Frame Construction.pdf
 Chapter 8 Brick Masonry.pdf
 Chapter 9 Masonry.pdf
 Chapter 10 Masonry Wall Construction.pdf
 Chapter 11 Steel Frame Construction.pdf
 Chapter 12 Light Gauge Steel Frame Construction.pdf
 FROM CONCEPT TO REALITY II.pdf
 Chapter 13 Concrete Construction.pdf
 Chapter 14 Sitecast Concrete Framing Systems.pdf
 Chapter 15 Precast Concrete Framing Systems.pdf
 Chapter 16 Roofing.pdf
 Chapter 17 Glass and Glazing.pdf
 FROM CONCEPT TO REALITY III.pdf
 Chapter 18 Windows and Doors.pdf
 Chapter 19 Designing Exterior Wall Systems.pdf
 Chapter 20 Cladding with Masonry and Concrete.pdf
 FROM CONCEPT TO REALITY IV.pdf
 Chapter 21 Cladding with Metal and Glass.pdf
 Chapter 22 Selecting Interior Finishes.pdf
 Chapter 23 Interior Walls and Partitions.pdf
 Chapter 24 Finish Ceilings and Floors.pdf
 Appendix  Fundamentals of Building Construction; Materials and Methods (5th Edition).pdf
 Glossary  Fundamentals of Building Construction; Materials and Methods (5th Edition).pdf
 Index  Fundamentals of Building Construction; Materials and Methods (5th Edition).pdf

Fundamentals of Construction Estimating (3rd Edition) (25)
 Cover & Table of Contents  Fundamentals of Construction Estimating (3rd Edition).pdf
 Preface  Fundamentals of Construction Estimating (3rd Edition).pdf
 Chapter 1 Introduction  Fundamentals of Construction Estimating (3rd Edition).pdf
 Chapter 2 The Estimating Process And Preliminary Procedures.pdf
 Chapter 3 Measuring Quantities Generally.pdf
 Chapter 4 Measuring Sitework, Excavation, And Piling.pdf
 Chapter 5 Measuring Concrete Work.pdf
 Chapter 6 Measuring Masonry Work.pdf
 Chapter 7 Measuring Carpentry And Miscellaneous Items.pdf
 Chapter 8 Pricing Generally.pdf
 Chapter 9 Pricing Construction Equipment.pdf
 Chapter 10 Pricing Excavation And Backfill.pdf
 Chapter 11 Pricing Concrete Work.pdf
 Chapter 12 Pricing Masonry, Carpentry, And Finishes Work.pdf
 Chapter 13 Pricing Subcontractors’ Work.pdf
 Chapter 14 Pricing General Expenses.pdf
 Chapter 15 Closing The Bid.pdf
 Chapter 16 Budget Estimating.pdf
 Chapter 17 Elemental Estimating.pdf
 Chapter 18 Value Analysis.pdf
 Chapter 19 LifeCycle Costing.pdf
 Appendix A Extract From A Typical Soils Report.pdf
 Appendix B Glossary  Fundamentals of Construction Estimating (3rd Edition).pdf
 Appendix C The Metric System And Conversions.pdf
 Index  Fundamentals of Construction Estimating (3rd Edition).pdf

Fundamentals of Corrosion; Mechanisms, Causes, and Preventative Methods (37)
 Cover & Table of Contents  Fundamentals of Corrosion; Mechanisms, Causes, and Preventative Methods.pdf
 Chapter 1 Introduction  Fundamentals of Corrosion; Mechanisms, Causes, and Preventative Methods.pdf
 Chapter 2 Corrosion Mechanisms.pdf
 Chapter 3 Forms of Metallic Corrosion.pdf
 Chapter 4 Atmospheric Corrosion.pdf
 Chapter 5 Corrosion of Polymer (Plastic) Materials.pdf
 Chapter 6 Corrosion of Linings.pdf
 Chapter 7 Corrosion of Paint.pdf
 Chapter 8 Corrosion of Metallic Coatings.pdf
 Chapter 9 Cathodic Protection.pdf
 Chapter 10 Corrosion Inhibitors.pdf
 Chapter 11 The Equipment Design Process.pdf
 Index  Fundamentals of Corrosion; Mechanisms, Causes, and Preventative Methods.pdf
 Cover & Table of Contents  The Concepts and Practice of Mathematical Finance (2nd Edition).pdf
 Chapter 1 RISK.pdf
 Chapter 2 Pricing Methodologies and Arbitrage.pdf
 Chapter 3 Trees and Option Pricing.pdf
 Chapter 4 Practicalities.pdf
 Chapter 5 The Ito Calculus.pdf
 Chapter 6 Risk Neutrality and Martingale Measures.pdf
 Chapter 7 The practical pricing of a European option.pdf
 Chapter 8 Continuous Barrier Options.pdf
 Chapter 9 Multilook exotic options.pdf
 Chapter 10 Static Replication.pdf
 Chapter 11 Multiple sources of risk.pdf
 Chapter 12 Options with Early Exercise Features.pdf
 Chapter 13 Interest Rate Derivatives.pdf
 Chapter 14 The Pricing of Exotic Interest Rate Derivatives.pdf
 Chapter 15 Incomplete markets and jumpdiffusion processes.pdf
 Chapter 16 Stochastic Volatility.pdf
 Chapter 17 Variance Gamma Models.pdf
 Chapter 18 Smile dynamics and the pricing of exotic options.pdf
 Appendix A Financial and mathematical jargon.pdf
 Appendix B Computer Projects.pdf
 Appendix C Elements of probability theory.pdf
 Appendix D Hints and answers to questions.pdf
 Bibliography  The Concepts and Practice of Mathematical Finance (2nd Edition).pdf

Fundamentals of Structural Analysis (2nd Edition) (24)
 Cover & Table of Contents  Fundamentals of Structural Analysis (2nd Edition).pdf
 Preface  Fundamentals of Structural Analysis (2nd Edition).pdf
 Chapter 1 Introduction  Fundamentals of Structural Analysis (2nd Edition).pdf
 Chapter 2 Design Loads.pdf
 Chapter 3 Statics of StructuresReactions.pdf
 Chapter 4 Trusses.pdf
 Chapter 5 Beams and Frames.pdf
 Chapter 6 Cables.pdf
 Chapter 7 Arches.pdf
 Chapter 8 Live Load Forces; Influence Lines' for Determinate Structures.pdf
 Chapter 9 Deflections of Beams and Frames.pdf
 Chapter 10 WorkEnergy Methods for Computing Deflections.pdf
 Chapter 11 Analysis of Indeterminate Structures by the Flexibility Method.pdf
 Chapter 12 Analysis of Indeterminate Beams and Frames by the SlopeDeflection Method.pdf
 Chapter 13 Moment Distribution.pdf
 Chapter 14 Indeterminate Structures; Influence Lines.pdf
 Chapter 15 Approximate Analysis of Indeterminate Structures.pdf
 Chapter 16 Introduction to the General Stiffness Method.pdf
 Chapter 17 Matrix Analysis of Trusses by the Direct Stiffness Method.pdf
 Chapter 18 Matrix Analysis of Beams and Frames by the Direct Stiffness Method.pdf
 Appendix Review of Basic Matrix Operations.pdf
 Glossary  Fundamentals of Structural Analysis (2nd Edition).pdf
 Answers to OddNumbered Problems  Fundamentals of Structural Analysis (2nd Edition).pdf
 Index  Fundamentals of Structural Analysis (2nd Edition).pdf

Geotechnics for Building Professionals; (BR 473) (16)
 Cover & Table of Contents  Geotechnics for Building Professionals; (BR 473).pdf
 Chapter 1 Introduction  Geotechnics for Building Professionals; (BR 473).pdf
 Chapter 2 Regulations For Foundations And Geotechnics.pdf
 Chapter 3 Types Of Ground.pdf
 Chapter 4 Soil Behaviour.pdf
 Chapter 5 Ground Assessment.pdf
 Chapter 6 Foundation Design.pdf
 Chapter 7 Foundations On Difficult Ground.pdf
 Chapter 8 Brownfield Land.pdf
 Chapter 9 Ground Treatment.pdf
 Chapter 10 Foundation Movement And Damage.pdf
 Chapter 11 Remedial Treatment And Underpinning.pdf
 Chapter 12 Ancillary Works.pdf
 Glossary  Geotechnics for Building Professionals; (BR 473).pdf
 References  Geotechnics for Building Professionals; (BR 473).pdf
 Index  Geotechnics for Building Professionals; (BR 473).pdf

GPS; Theory, Algorithms and Applications (2nd Edition) (17)
 Cover & Table of Contents  GPS; Theory, Algorithms and Applications (2nd Edition).pdf
 Chapter 1 Introduction.pdf
 Chapter 2 Coordinate and Time Systems.pdf
 Chapter 3 Satellite Orbits.pdf
 Chapter 4 GPS Observables.pdf
 Chapter 5 Physical Influences of GPS Surveying.pdf
 Chapter 6 GPS Observation Equations and Equivalence Properties.pdf
 Chapter 7 Adjustment and Filtering Methods.pdf
 Chapter 8 Cycle Slip Detection and Ambiguity Resolution.pdf
 Chapter 9 Parameterisation and Algorithms of GPS Data Processing.pdf
 Chapter 10 Applications of GPS Theory and Algorithms.pdf
 Chapter 11 Perturbed Orbit and its Determination.pdf
 Chapter 12 Discussions.pdf
 Appendix 1 IAU 1980 Theory of Nutation.pdf
 Appendix 2 Numerical Examples of the Diagonalisation of the Equations.pdf
 References  GPS; Theory, Algorithms and Applications (2nd Edition).pdf
 Subject Index  GPS; Theory, Algorithms and Applications (2nd Edition).pdf

Guide to Concrete Repair (7)
 Cover & Table of Contents  Guide to Concrete Repair.pdf
 Chapter I  Repair of Concrete.pdf
 Chapter II  A Concrete Repair System.pdf
 Chapter III  Causes of Damage to Concrete.pdf
 Chapter IV  Standard Methods of Concrete Repair.pdf
 Chapter V  Nonstandard Methods of Repair.pdf
 Appendix A  Standard Specifications for the Repair of Concrete.pdf

Guide to Concrete Repair (7)
 Cover & Table of Contents  Guide to Concrete Repair.pdf
 Chapter I  Repair of Concrete.pdf
 Chapter II  A Concrete Repair System.pdf
 Chapter III  Causes of Damage to Concrete.pdf
 Chapter IV  Standard Methods of Concrete Repair.pdf
 Chapter V  Nonstandard Methods of Repair.pdf
 Appendix A  Standard Specifications for the Repair of Concrete.pdf

Handbook of Building Materials for Fire Protection (11)
 Cover & Table of Contents  Handbook of Building Materials for Fire Protection.pdf
 Chapter 1 Fundamentals Of The Fire Hazards Of Materials.pdf
 Chapter 2 Materials Specifications, Standards, And Testing.pdf
 Chapter 3 Plastics And Rubber.pdf
 Chapter 4 Flame Retardants For Plastics.pdf
 Chapter 5 Fibers And Fabrics.pdf
 Chapter 6 Structural Materials.pdf
 Chapter 7 Wood And Wood Products.pdf
 Chapter 8 Liquids And Chemicals.pdf
 Chapter 9 Materials In Military Applications.pdf
 Index  Handbook of Building Materials for Fire Protection.pdf

Handbook of Industrial Engineering Equations, Formulas, and Calculations (Industrial Innovation) (19)
 Cover & Table of Contents  Handbook of Industrial Engineering Equations, Formulas, and Calculations.pdf
 Chapter 1 Computational Foundations of Industrial Engineering.pdf
 Chapter 2 Basic Mathematical Calculations.pdf
 Chapter 3 Statistical Distributions, Methods, and Applications.pdf
 Chapter 4 Computations with Descriptive Statistics.pdf
 Chapter 5 Computations for Economic Analysis.pdf
 Chapter 6 Industrial Production Calculations.pdf
 Chapter 7 Forecasting Calculations.pdf
 Chapter 8 Six Sigma and Lean.pdf
 Chapter 9 Risk Computations.pdf
 Chapter 10 Computations for Project Analysis.pdf
 Chapter 11 Product Shape and Geometrical Calculations.pdf
 Chapter 12 General Engineering Calculations.pdf
 Appendix A; Mathematical Patterns, Series, and Formulae.pdf
 Appendix B; Measurement Units, Notation, and Constants.pdf
 Appendix C; Conversion Factors.pdf
 Appendix D; Factors and Tables.pdf
 Appendix E; Greek Symbols and Roman Numerals.pdf
 Bibilography  Handbook of Industrial Engineering Equations, Formulas, and Calculations.pdf

Helical Piles; A Practical Guide to Design and Installation (25)
 Cover & Table of Contents  Helical Piles; A Practical Guide to Design and Installation.pdf
 Chapter 1 Introduction  Helical Piles; A Practical Guide to Design and Installation.pdf
 Chapter 2 Installation.pdf
 Chapter 3 Basic Geotechnics.pdf
 Chapter 4 Bearing Capacity.pdf
 Chapter 5 Pullout Capacity.pdf
 Chapter 6 CapacitytoTorque Ratio.pdf
 Chapter 7 Axial Load Testing.pdf
 Chapter 8 Reliability and Sizing.pdf
 Chapter 9 Expansive Soil Resistance.pdf
 Chapter 10 Lateral Load Resistance.pdf
 Chapter 11 Corrosion and Life Expectancy.pdf
 Chapter 12 Foundation Systems.pdf
 Chapter 13 Earth Retention Systems.pdf
 Chapter 14 Underpinning Systems.pdf
 Chapter 15 Economics.pdf
 Chapter 16 Proprietary Systems.pdf
 Chapter 17 Building Codes.pdf
 Appendix A. Common Symbols and Abbreviations.pdf
 Appendix B. Summary of Prior Art.pdf
 Appendix C. Load Tests Results.pdf
 Appendix D. Nomenclature.pdf
 Glossary of Terms  Helical Piles; A Practical Guide to Design and Installation.pdf
 Bibliography  Helical Piles; A Practical Guide to Design and Installation.pdf
 Index  Helical Piles; A Practical Guide to Design and Installation.pdf

High Performance Fiber Reinforced Cement Composites 6 (76)
 Cover & Table of Contents  High Performance Fiber Reinforced Cement Composites 6.pdf
 Part 1; Composite Properties in the Fresh and Hardened States.pdf
 1.1 Strength Dependent Tensile Behavior of Strain Hardening Fiber Reinforced Concrete.pdf
 1.2 Tailoring SHCC Made of Steel Cords and Plastic Fibers.pdf
 1.3 Model of Hooked Steel Fibers Reinforced Concrete under Tension.pdf
 1.4 Use of Double Punch Test to Evaluate the Mechanical Performance of Fiber Reinforced Concrete.pdf
 1.5 Determining Specimen Size Influences on FRC Response Using the Digital Image Correlation Technique.pdf
 1.6 Connecting Nondestructive Fiber Dispersion Measurements with Tensile HPFRCC Behavior.pdf
 1.7 Improved Tensile Performance with Fiber Reinforced Selfcompacting Concrete.pdf
 1.8 The Impact of Rheology on the Mechanical Performance of Steel FiberReinforced Concrete.pdf
 1.9 Quantification of Fresh and Mechanical Properties of HFRCC by Excess Paste Thickness.pdf
 1.10 An Investigation of Mechanical Properties of Jute FiberReinforced Concrete.pdf
 1.11 BackCalculation of Tensile Properties of Strain Softening and Hardening Cement Composites.pdf
 1.12 Basis of a FiniteElement Simulation Tool to Predict the Flexural Behavior of SFRC Prisms.pdf
 1.13 Multifunctional Carbon Black Engineered Cementitious Composites for the Protection of Critical Infrastructure.pdf
 1.14 Effects of Fiber Dispersion and Flaw Size Distribution on the Composite Properties of PVAECC.pdf
 Part 2; Bond and PullOut Mechanisms.pdf
 2.1 Groups of Physical Parameters Influencing the Three Stages PullOut Behavior of Glass Multifilament Yarns Embedded in Microconcrete.pdf
 2.2 TailorMade Steel Fiber Reinforced Ultra High Performance Concrete – Single Fiber PullOut, Bending Capacity and Fracture Toughness.pdf
 2.3 Study on Size Effect in Bond Splitting Behavior of ECC.pdf
 2.4 Experimental and Nonlinear Finite Element Analysis of FiberCementitious Matrix BondSlip Mechanism.pdf
 Part 3; Durability.pdf
 3.1 Selfhealing of Engineered Cementitious Composites in the Natural Environment.pdf
 3.2 Resistance to Corrosion Induced Cracking in Self Consolidating Hybrid Fiber Reinforced Concrete.pdf
 3.3 Basic Creep under Compression and Direct Tension Loads of Selfcompactingsteel Fibers Reinforced Concrete.pdf
 3.4 Hot and Residual Behavior of Steel FiberReinforced Structural Shotcrete Exposed to High Temperature.pdf
 Part 4; Structural Elements; Design, Detailing, Shear, Tension Stiffening.pdf
 4.1 Optimization of HPFRCCStructures with Innovative Computational Methods.pdf
 4.2 Structural Applications of Hybrid Fiber Engineered Cementitious Composites  A Review.pdf
 4.3 DZones in HPFRC.pdf
 4.4 Effect of Fiber Reinforced Concrete in Members with Highly Complex Stress Fields.pdf
 4.5 Towards a Design Model for Steel Fiber Reinforced Concrete in Bending.pdf
 4.6 Shear Crack Formation and Propagation in Fiber Reinforced Cementitious Composites (FRCC).pdf
 4.7 Effects of Shear Transfer on the Directions of Principal Strain Field in Cracked Concrete with Hooked Steel Fibers.pdf
 4.8 Mechanical Interaction between Concrete and Structural Reinforcement in the Tension Stiffening Process.pdf
 4.9 Confinement and Tension Stiffening Effects in High Performance Selfconsolidated Hybrid Fiber Reinforced Concrete Composites.pdf
 4.10 TensionStiffening in Reinforced High Performance FiberReinforced CementBased Composites under Direct Tension.pdf
 4.11 Crack Formation in FRC Structural Elements Containing Conventional Reinforcement.pdf
 4.12 Strength and Behavior of SFRSCC and SFRC Wall Panels under OneWay InPlane Action.pdf
 Part 5; Impact, Cyclic and Seismic Loading.pdf
 5.1 DropWeight Impact Response of GlassFiber Reinforced Ceramic Concrete.pdf
 5.2 Mechanical Behavior of SHCC under Impact Loading.pdf
 5.3 ShockAbsorbing Blocks Made of HPFRCC for Better GirderEnd Structures.pdf
 5.4 PostPeak Cyclic Behavior of Steel Fiber Reinforced Concrete under Bending.pdf
 5.5 Seismic Strengthening of Piers by Using High Ductility Cement.pdf
 5.6 Highperformance Steel Bars and Fibers.pdf
 5.7 Dynamic Behavior of HPFRCC at High Strain Rate; The Fiber Role.pdf
 5.8 BeamColumn Connections for Precast Concrete Frames Using High Performance Fiber Reinforced Cement Composites.pdf
 5.9 A Summary of Ten Years of Research on HPFRC Coupling Beams.pdf
 Part 6; Ultra High Performance Fiber Reinforced Concrete.pdf
 6.1 Size and Shape Effect of UHPFRC Prisms Tested under Axial Tension and Bending.pdf
 6.2 Characterization of Bending and Tensile Behavior of Ultrahigh Performance Concrete Containing Glass Fibers.pdf
 6.3 Strain Rate Dependent Tensile Behavior of UltraHigh Performance Fiber Reinforced Concrete.pdf
 6.4 Dynamic Properties and Damage Model of UltraHigh Performance Fiber Reinforced Cement Composites Subjected to Repeated Impacts.pdf
 6.5 CARDIFRC – From Concept to Industrial Application.pdf
 6.6 Static and Dynamic Behavior of Hybrid Precast Bridge Parapet Made of UltraHigh Performance Fiber Reinforced Concrete.pdf
 6.7 Shear Strength of Ultra High Performance Fiber Reinforced Concrete (UHPFRC) Precast Bridge Joint.pdf
 6.8 UHPFRC Bolted Joints; Failure Modes of a New Simple Connection System.pdf
 6.9 Rapid Jacketing Technique by Using UHPSHCC for Damaged RC Column under Seismic Loading.pdf
 6.10 Structural Design and Previous Tests for a Retaining Wall Made with Precast Elements of UHPFRC.pdf
 6.11 Design for Serviceability of Ultra High Performance Concrete Structures.pdf
 Part 7; Textile Reinforced Concrete (TRC) and Hybrid Composites.pdf
 7.1 Influence of Textile Alignment, Moisture and Shape of Specimens on First Crack Load and Load Bearing Behavior of Textile Reinforced.pdf
 7.2 Tensile Behavior of Textile; Influence of Multilayer Reinforcement.pdf
 7.3 Optimization of Quasiisotropic Formulation of FiberCement Laminates; Polar Method and Experimental Validation.pdf
 7.4 Bond Behavior of Textile Reinforcements  Development of a PullOut Test and Modeling of the Respective Bond versus Slip Relation.pdf
 7.5 Effect of Short Fibers on the Behavior of Textile Reinforced Concrete under Tensile Loading.pdf
 7.6 High Performance LightWeight Cement Composite Plates Using Wastepaper Fibers and Wire Mesh.pdf
 7.7 Textile Reinforced Cementitious Composites for Retrofit and Strengthening of Concrete Structures under Impact Loading.pdf
 7.8 Industrial Processing Technique for Textile Reinforced Cement Composites with Structural Use.pdf
 7.9 A Mixed Pultrusion and Braiding Process Adapted to the Production of High Performance Cement Composite Beams.pdf
 7.10 TRC and Hybrid Solutions for Repairing and or Strengthening Reinforced Concrete Beams.pdf
 7.11 Hybrid Fiber Reinforcement and Crack Formation in Cementitious Composite Materials.pdf
 7.12 Impact Behavior of 3D Fabric Reinforced Cementitious Composites.pdf
 Author Index  High Performance Fiber Reinforced Cement Composites 6.pdf
 Subject Index  High Performance Fiber Reinforced Cement Composites 6.pdf

HIGHPERFORMANCE CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS; Science and Applications (11)
 Cover & Table of Contents  HIGHPERFORMANCE CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS; Science and Applications.pdf
 Chapter 1 Introduction  HIGHPERFORMANCE CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS; Science and Applications.pdf
 Chapter 2 High Performance Concrete.pdf
 Chapter 3 High Performance Fiber Reinforced Cement.pdf
 Chapter 4 High Performance Steel Material and Structures for Earthquake Resistant Buildings.pdf
 Chapter 5 Advanced Fiber Reinforced Polymer Composites.pdf
 Chapter 6 Enhancing the Performance of Masonry Structures.pdf
 Chapter 7 Geosynthetics  Characteristics and Applications.pdf
 Chapter 8 Coatings and Sealers.pdf
 Chapter 9 Smart Materials and Structures.pdf
 Index  HIGHPERFORMANCE CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS; Science and Applications.pdf

Hollow Sections in Structural Applications (19)
 Cover & Table of Contents  Hollow Sections in Structural Applications.pdf
 Chapter 1 Introduction  Hollow Sections in Structural Applications.pdf
 Chapter 2 Properties Of Hollow Sections.pdf
 Chapter 3 Applications.pdf
 Chapter 4 Composite Structures.pdf
 Chapter 5 Fire Resistance Of Hollow Section Columns.pdf
 Chapter 6 Design Of Hollow Section Trusses.pdf
 Chapter 7 Behaviour Of Joints.pdf
 Chapter 8 Welded Joints Between Circular Hollow Sections.pdf
 Chapter 9 Welded Joints Between Rectangular Hollow Sections.pdf
 Chapter 10 Welded Joints Between Hollow Sections And Open Sections.pdf
 Chapter 11 Welded Overlap Joints.pdf
 Chapter 12 Welded I BeamToChs Or Rhs Column Moment Joints.pdf
 Chapter 13 Bolted Joints.pdf
 Chapter 14 Fatigue Behaviour Of Hollow Section Joints.pdf
 Chapter 15 Design Examples.pdf
 References  Hollow Sections in Structural Applications.pdf
 Symbols  Hollow Sections in Structural Applications.pdf
 CIDECT  Hollow Sections in Structural Applications.pdf

Hydrology; A Science of Nature (13)
 Cover & Table of Contents  Hydrology; A Science of Nature.pdf
 Chapter 1 General Introduction.pdf
 Chapter 2 The Hydrological Cycle And The Water Balance.pdf
 Chapter 3 The Watershed And Its Characteristics.pdf
 Chapter 4 Precipitation.pdf
 Chapter 5 Evaporation And Interception.pdf
 Chapter 6 Flows And Infiltration.pdf
 Chapter 7 Water Storage And Reserves.pdf
 Chapter 8 Hydrological Measurement.pdf
 Chapter 9 Data Handling And Organization.pdf
 Chapter 10 Hydrological Regimes.pdf
 Chapter 11 Hydrological Processes And Responses.pdf
 List Of Acronyms  Hydrology; A Science of Nature.pdf

ICE Manual of Bridge Engineering (2th Edition) (26)
 Cover & Table of Contents  ICE Manual of Bridge Engineering (2th Edition).pdf
 Manual 1 The History And Aesthetic Development Of Bridges.pdf
 Manual 2 Loads And Load Distribution.pdf
 Manual 3 Structural Analysis.pdf
 Manual 4 Bridge Dynamics.pdf
 Manual 5 Seismic Response And Design.pdf
 Manual 6 Substructures.pdf
 Manual 7 Design Of Reinforced Concrete Bridges.pdf
 Manual 8 Design Of Prestressed Concrete Bridges.pdf
 Manual 9 Design Of Steel Bridges.pdf
 Manual 10 Composite Construction.pdf
 Manual 11 Design Of Arch Bridges.pdf
 Manual 12 Aluminium In Bridges.pdf
 Manual 13 Cable Stayed Bridges.pdf
 Manual 14 Suspension Bridges.pdf
 Manual 15 Movable Bridges.pdf
 Manual 16 Footbridges.pdf
 Manual 17 Advanced Fibre Polymer Composite Materials And Their Properties For Bridge Engineering.pdf
 Manual 18 Advanced Fibre Polymer Composite Structural Systems Used In Bridge Engineering.pdf
 Manual 19 Bearings.pdf
 Manual 20 Bridge Accessories.pdf
 Manual 21 Protection.pdf
 Manual 22 Bridge Management.pdf
 Manual 23 Deterioration, Investigation, Monitoring And Assessment.pdf
 Manual 24 Inspection And Assessment.pdf
 Manual 25 Repair, Strengthening And Replacement.pdf

Infrastructure Design, Signalling and Security in Railway (24)
 Cover & Table of Contents  Infrastructure Design, Signalling and Security in Railway.pdf
 Part 1 Railway Systems in the World.pdf
 Chapter 1 The Role of Light Railway in Sugarcane Transport in Egypt.pdf
 Chapter 2 Topological Analysis of Tokyo Metropolitan Railway System.pdf
 Chapter 3 Privatization Versus Public Funding on the Atacama Desert RailwayAn Interpretation.pdf
 Chapter 4 Competitiveness and Sustainability of Railways.pdf
 Chapter 5 Structural and Kinematic Analysis of EMS Maglev Trains.pdf
 Chapter 6 Maglev.pdf
 Part 2 Modelling for Railway Infrastructure Design and Characterization.pdf
 Chapter 7 Power System Modelling for Urban Massive Transportation Systems.pdf
 Chapter 8 Optimized Model Updating of a Railway Bridge for Increased Accuracy in Moving Load Simulations.pdf
 Chapter 9 Controlling and Simulation of Stray Currents in DC Railway by Considering the Effects of Collection Mats.pdf
 Chapter 10 Cellular Automaton Modeling of Passenger Transport Systems.pdf
 Chapter 11 Gaming Simulations for Railways; Lessons Learned from Modeling Six Games for the Dutch Infrastructure Management.pdf
 Chapter 12 Application of 3D Simulation Methods to the Process of Induction Heating of Rail Turnouts.pdf
 Chapter 13 EMC Analysis of Railway Power Substation Modeling and Measurements Aspects.pdf
 Part 3 Signalling, Security and Infrastructure Construction in Railway.pdf
 Chapter 14 Criteria for Improving the EmbankmentStructure Transition Design in Railway Lines.pdf
 Chapter 15 Influence of the Phreatic Level on the Stability of Earth Embankments.pdf
 Chapter 16 Evolutionary Algorithms in Embedded Intelligent Devices Using Satellite Navigation for Railway Transport.pdf
 Chapter 17 Study and Design of an Electro Technical Device for Safety on Railway Network.pdf
 Chapter 18 General Principles Regarding the Rehabilitation of Existing Railway Bridges.pdf
 Chapter 19 Special Tunnel Blasting Techniques for Railway Projects.pdf
 Chapter 20 Susceptibility of the GSMR Transmissions to the Railway Electromagnetic Environment.pdf

Innovative Materials and Techniques in Concrete Construction; ACES Workshop (26)
 Cover & Table of Contents  Innovative Materials and Techniques in Concrete Construction; ACES Workshop.pdf
 Chapter 1 Non Finito; Challenges in Rehabilitation.pdf
 Chapter 2 New Materials and Construction Techniques in Bridge and Building Design.pdf
 Chapter 3 New Types of High Performance ConcretesPotentials for Innovations in Concrete Construction.pdf
 Chapter 4 Integrated Concept for Service Life Design of Concrete Structures.pdf
 Chapter 5 Sustainability with UltraHigh Performance and Geopolymer Concrete Construction.pdf
 Chapter 6 LowCarbon Concrete Using Ground Granulated BlastFurnace Slag and Fly Ash.pdf
 Chapter 7 Recycled Aggregate Concrete for Structural UseAn Overview of Technologies, Properties and Applications.pdf
 Chapter 8 Mix Proportioning Method for Lightweight Aggregate SCC (LWASCC) Based on the Optimum Packing Point Concept.pdf
 Chapter 9 Fibres in Concrete Structures.pdf
 Chapter 10 Sustainable Roof Elements; A Proposal Offered by Cementitious Composites Technology.pdf
 Chapter 11 Heterogeneous FiberParticle Composite Subjected to Principal Stress Rotation.pdf
 Chapter 12 Effect of Steel Fibers on the Flexural Ductility of Lightly Reinforced Concrete Beams.pdf
 Chapter 13 Innovative TextileBased Cementitious Composites for Retrofitting of Concrete Structures.pdf
 Chapter 14 Strength and Deformability of Concrete Members Wrapped with FibreReinforced Polymer Composites.pdf
 Chapter 15 Innovative Techniques for Seismic Retrofitting of RC Joints.pdf
 Chapter 16 External Strengthening of Continuous RC Beams with CFRP.pdf
 Chapter 17 Prestressed FRP Fabrics for Flexural Strengthening of Concrete.pdf
 Chapter 18 Assessment of the Fire Damage of Concrete Members after Fire Exposure.pdf
 Chapter 19 Robustness of ShrinkageCompensating Repair Concretes.pdf
 Chapter 20 Design of Marine Concrete Structures.pdf
 Chapter 21 Composite Bridges with Corrugated Steel Webs to Meet Environmental Needs by Innovative Bridge Engineering.pdf
 Chapter 22 Segmental Concrete Bridges with Corrugated Steel Webs.pdf
 Chapter 23 Innovation in Bridge Design and Construction; Composite Box Girder Bridge.pdf
 Chapter 24 Orthotropic Model for the Analysis of Beams with Corrugated Steel Webs.pdf
 Index  Innovative Materials and Techniques in Concrete Construction; ACES Workshop.pdf

Integrated Construction Information (29)
 Cover & Table of Contents  Integrated Construction Information.pdf
 Part One; What is Integration and Why is it Important.pdf
 Chapter 1 The purpose and definition of integration.pdf
 Chapter 2 Managerial issues affecting integration.pdf
 Chapter 3 The role of data transfer.pdf
 Chapter 4 Integrating different views of integration.pdf
 Chapter 5 An integrating interface to data.pdf
 Part Two; The History of Construction Integration Two;.pdf
 Chapter 6 Integrated construction information efforts since 1945.pdf
 Chapter 7 Logical structure of classification systems.pdf
 Chapter 8 Construction integration—from the past to the present.pdf
 Chapter 9 Construction integration—from the present to the future.pdf
 Part Three; Product Modelling.pdf
 Chapter 10 Product models and beyond.pdf
 Chapter 11 Integration of design and construction knowledge.pdf
 Chapter 12 Design systems in a computer integrated manufacturing (CIM)context.pdf
 Chapter 13 Software environments for integrated construction.pdf
 Part Four; Process and Information Modelling Four;.pdf
 Chapter 14 A building server for a construction industry client.pdf
 Chapter 15 Integrating points of view through information modelling.pdf
 Chapter 16 A process support environment for design management.pdf
 Chapter 17 From modelling to applications.pdf
 Part Five; Applications of Integration.pdf
 Chapter 18 Information management of construction projects.pdf
 Chapter 19 Multiagent collaboration in integrated information systems.pdf
 Chapter 20 Integrated document management.pdf
 Chapter 21 Environmental design of buildings.pdf
 Chapter 22 Project historical information system.pdf
 Index  Integrated Construction Information.pdf

Introduction to Engineering Mechanics; A Continuum Approach (19)
 Cover & Table of Contents  Introduction to Engineering Mechanics; A Continuum Approach.pdf
 Chapter 1 Introduction  Introduction to Engineering Mechanics; A Continuum Approach.pdf
 Chapter 2 Strain and Stress in One Dimension.pdf
 Chapter 3 Strain and Stress in Higher Dimensions.pdf
 Chapter 4 Applying Strain and Stress in Multiple Dimensions.pdf
 Chapter 5 Beams.pdf
 Chapter 6 Beam Deflections.pdf
 Chapter 7 Instability; Column Buckling.pdf
 Chapter 8 Connecting Solid and Fluid Mechanics.pdf
 Chapter 9 Fluid Statics.pdf
 Chapter 10 Fluid Dynamics; Governing Equations.pdf
 Chapter 11 Fluid Dynamics; Applications.pdf
 Chapter 12 Solid Dynamics; Governing Equations.pdf
 References  Introduction to Engineering Mechanics; A Continuum Approach.pdf
 Appendix A; Second Moments of Area.pdf
 Appendix B; A Quick Look at the Del Operator.pdf
 Appendix C; Property Tables.pdf
 Appendix D; All the Equations.pdf
 Index  Introduction to Engineering Mechanics; A Continuum Approach.pdf

Introduction to Structural Aluminium Design (14)
 Cover & Table of Contetns  Introduction to Structural Aluminium Design.pdf
 Chapter 1 Introduction  Introduction to Structural Aluminium Design.pdf
 Chapter 2 Aluminium; The Material.pdf
 Chapter 3 Structural Analysis.pdf
 Chapter 4 Serviceability Limit States.pdf
 Chapter 5 Ultimate Limit States.pdf
 Chapter 6 Fatigue.pdf
 Chapter 7 Structural Member Design.pdf
 Chapter 8 Connections.pdf
 Chapter 9 Corrosion Prevention.pdf
 Appendix 1 Tables Of Dimensions And Properties.pdf
 Appendix 2 Types Of Butt Weld Joint.pdf
 Bibliography  Introduction to Structural Aluminium Design.pdf
 Index  Introduction to Structural Aluminium Design.pdf

Introduction to Tunnel Construction (13)
 Cover & Table of Contents  Introduction to Tunnel Construction.pdf
 Chapter 1 Introduction  Introduction to Tunnel Construction.pdf
 Chapter 2 Site Investigation.pdf
 Chapter 3 Preliminary Analyses For The Tunnel.pdf
 Chapter 4 Ground Improvement Techniques And Lining Systems.pdf
 Chapter 5 Tunnel Construction Techniques.pdf
 Chapter 6 Health And Safety, And Risk Management In Tunnelling.pdf
 Chapter 7 Ground Movements And Monitoring.pdf
 Chapter 8 Case Studies.pdf
 Appendix A; Further Information On Rock Mass Classification Systems.pdf
 Appendix B; Analytical Calculation Of A Sprayed Concrete Lining Using The Continuum Method.pdf
 References And Bibliography  Introduction to Tunnel Construction.pdf
 Index  Introduction to Tunnel Construction.pdf

Irrigation Engineering (14)
 Cover & Table of Contents  Irrigation Engineering.pdf
 Chapter 1 Importance of Irrigation Engineering.pdf
 Chapter 2 Estimation of Irrigation Demand.pdf
 Chapter 3 Irrigation Schemes and Methods.pdf
 Chapter 4 Modern Canal Operation Techniques.pdf
 Chapter 5 Design of Ondemand Irrigation Systems.pdf
 Chapter 6 Mapping Water Networks.pdf
 Chapter 7 Drainage Pipes and Accessories.pdf
 Chapter 8 Drainage and Disposal Systems.pdf
 Chapter 9 Surface and Subsurface Drainage.pdf
 Chapter 10 Installation and Maintenance of Drainage Materials.pdf
 Chapter 11 Evaluation of Irrigation Project.pdf
 Bibliography  Irrigation Engineering.pdf
 Index  Irrigation Engineering.pdf

Low Energy Building Engineering (13)
 Cover & Table of Contents  Low Energy Building Engineering.pdf
 Chapter 1 LowEnergy House.pdf
 Chapter 2  ZeroEnergy Building.pdf
 Chapter 3  Passive House.pdf
 Chapter 4  Heat Recovery Ventilation.pdf
 Chapter 5  Building Automation.pdf
 Chapter 6  OverIllumination.pdf
 Chapter 7  Compact Fluorescent Lamp.pdf
 Chapter 8  Cool Roof.pdf
 Chapter 9  Green Roof.pdf
 Chapter 10  Daylighting.pdf
 Chapter 11  Earth Sheltering.pdf
 Chapter 12  Techniques & Practices of Low Energy Building Engineering.pdf

Making Competitive Cities (25)
 Cover & Table of Contents  Making Competitive Cities.pdf
 PART I; INTRODUCTION  Making Competitive Cities.pdf
 Chapter 1 Making Competitive Cities; Debates and Challenges.pdf
 Chapter 2 The Idea of the Creative or KnowledgeBased City.pdf
 PART II; PATHWAYS.pdf
 Chapter 3 Pathways in Europe.pdf
 Chapter 4 Stable Trajectories Towards the Creative Knowledge City; Amsterdam, Munich and Milan.pdf
 Chapter 5 Reinventing the City; Barcelona, Birmingham and Dublin.pdf
 Chapter 6 Institutional Change and New Development Paths; Budapest, Leipzig, Poznan, Riga and Sofia.pdf
 Chapter 7 Changing Specialisations and Single Sector Dominance; Helsinki and Toulouse.pdf
 PART III; ACTORS.pdf
 Chapter 8 What Works for Managers and Highly Educated Workers in Creative Knowledge Industries.pdf
 Chapter 9 Managers and Entrepreneurs in Creative and KnowledgeIntensive Industries.pdf
 Chapter 10 Transnational Migrants in the Creative Knowledge Industries; Amsterdam, Barcelona, Dublin and Munich.pdf
 Chapter 11 Attracting Young and HighSkilled Workers; Amsterdam, Milan and Barcelona.pdf
 Chapter 12 Working on the Edge; Creative Jobs in Birmingham, Leipzig and Poznan.pdf
 PART IV; POLICIES.pdf
 Chapter 13 What Policies Should Cities Adopt.pdf
 Chapter 14 Strategic Economic Policy; Milan, Dublin and Toulouse.pdf
 Chapter 15 Beyond Cluster Policy; Birmingham, Poznan and Helsinki.pdf
 Chapter 16 Policies for Firms or Policies for Individuals; Amsterdam, Munich and Budapest.pdf
 Chapter 17 New Governance, New Geographic Scales, New Institutional Settings.pdf
 PART V; SYNTHESIS.pdf
 Chapter 18 Synthesis; Remaking the Competitive City.pdf
 Index  Making Competitive Cities.pdf

Manual for the Design of Timber Building (22)
 Cover & Table of Contents  Manual for the Design of Timber Building.pdf
 Chapter 1 Introduction  Manual for the Design of Timber Building.pdf
 Chapter 2 General Principles.pdf
 Chapter 3 Design Principles.pdf
 Chapter 4 Initial Design.pdf
 Chapter 5 Detailed Design Rules.pdf
 Chapter 6 Connections.pdf
 Chapter 7 Roofs.pdf
 Chapter 8 Floors.pdf
 Chapter 9 Low Rise Open Frame Construction.pdf
 Chapter 10 Platform Timber Frame Buildings.pdf
 Chapter 11 Checking And Specification Guidance.pdf
 Chapter 12 Workmanship, Installation, Control And Maintenance.pdf
 References  Manual for the Design of Timber Building.pdf
 Appendix A Design Values For A Robust Design.pdf
 Appendix B Useful UK Organisations.pdf
 CD Contents  Part 1 Material Properties.pdf
 CD Contents  Part 2 Laterally Loaded Fastener Spreadsheets.pdf
 CD Contents  Part 3 Provision Of Restraint Against The Rotation Of Individual Timber Frame Walls.pdf
 CD Contents  Part 4 Design Values For Timber Connectors.pdf
 CD Contents  Part 5 Contact Details For The Manufacturers Of Some Timber Construction Products.pdf
 CD Contents  Part 6 Contact Information Of Sponsor Organisations.pdf

Mapping; A Critical Introduction to Cartography and GIS (16)
 Cover & Table of Contents  Mapping; A Critical Introduction to Cartography and GIS.pdf
 Chapter 1 Maps – A Perverse Sense of the Unseemly.pdf
 Chapter 2 What Is Critique.pdf
 Chapter 3 Maps 2.0; Map Mashups and New Spatial Media.pdf
 Chapter 4 What Is Critical Cartography and GIS.pdf
 Chapter 5 How Mapping Became Scientific.pdf
 Chapter 6 Governing with Maps; Cartographic Political Economy.pdf
 Chapter 7 The Political History of Cartography Deconstructed; Harley, Gall, and Peters.pdf
 Chapter 8 GIS After Critique; What Next.pdf
 Chapter 9 Geosurveillance and Spying with Maps.pdf
 Chapter 10 Cyberspace and Virtual Worlds.pdf
 Chapter 11 The Cartographic Construction of Race and Identity.pdf
 Chapter 12 The Poetics of Space; Art, Beauty, and Imagination.pdf
 Chapter 13 Epilogue; Beyond the Cartographic Anxiety.pdf
 References  Mapping; A Critical Introduction to Cartography and GIS.pdf
 Index  Mapping; A Critical Introduction to Cartography and GIS.pdf

Mastering AutoCAD Civil 3D 2011 (28)
 Cover & Table of Contents  Mastering AutoCAD Civil 3D.pdf
 Introduction  Mastering AutoCAD Civil 3D.pdf
 Chapter 1; Getting Dirty; The Basics of Civil 3D.pdf
 Chapter 2; Back to Basics; Lines and Curves.pdf
 Chapter 3; Lay of the Land; Survey.pdf
 Chapter 4; X Marks the Spot; Points.pdf
 Chapter 5; The Ground Up; Surfaces in Civil 3D.pdf
 Chapter 6; Don’t Fence Me In; Parcels.pdf
 Chapter 7; Laying a Path; Alignments.pdf
 Chapter 8; Cut to the Chase; Profiles.pdf
 Chapter 9; Slice and Dice; Profile Views in Civil 3D.pdf
 Chapter 10; Templates Plus; Assemblies and Subassemblies.pdf
 Chapter 11; Easy Does It; Basic Corridors.pdf
 Chapter 12; The Road Ahead; Advanced Corridors.pdf
 Chapter 13; Stacking Up; Cross Sections.pdf
 Chapter 14; The Tool Chest; Parts Lists and Part Builder.pdf
 Chapter 15; Running Downhill; Pipe Networks.pdf
 Chapter 16; Working the Land; Grading.pdf
 Chapter 17; Sharing the Model; Data Shortcuts.pdf
 Chapter 18; Behind the Scenes; Autodesk Data Management Server.pdf
 Chapter 19; Teamwork; Vault Client and Civil 3D.pdf
 Chapter 20; Out the Door; Plan Production.pdf
 Chapter 21; Playing Nice with Others; LDT and LandXML.pdf
 Chapter 22; Get The Picture; Visualization.pdf
 Chapter 23; Projecting the Cost; Quantity Takeoff.pdf
 Appendix A; The Bottom Line.pdf
 Appendix B; The Autodesk Certification Exams.pdf
 Index  Mastering AutoCAD Civil 3D.pdf

McGrawHill's Engineering Companion (22)
 Cover & Table of Contents  McGrawHill's Engineering Companion.pdf
 Chapter 1 Engineering Units.pdf
 Chapter 2 General Properties of Materials.pdf
 Chapter 3 Engineering Mathematics.pdf
 Chapter 4 Applied Chemistry.pdf
 Chapter 5 Mechanics of Rigid Bodies.pdf
 Chapter 6 Mechanics of Deformable Bodies.pdf
 Chapter 7 Thermodynamics.pdf
 Chapter 8 Mechanics of Fluids.pdf
 Chapter 9 Heat and Mass Transfer.pdf
 Chapter 10 Conservation Equations and Dimensionless Groups.pdf
 Chapter 11 Topics in Applied Physics.pdf
 Chapter 12 Automatic Control.pdf
 Chapter 13 Mechanical Engineering.pdf
 Chapter 14 Civil Engineering and Hydraulic Engineering.pdf
 Chapter 15 Chemical Engineering, Environmental Engineering, and Petroleum and Gas Engineering.pdf
 Chapter 16 Electrical Engineering.pdf
 Chapter 17 Electronics Engineering.pdf
 Chapter 18 Reliability Engineering, Systems Engineering, and Safety Engineering.pdf
 Chapter 19 MeasurementsinEngineering.pdf
 Chapter 20 Engineering Economy, Patents, and Copyrights.pdf
 Index  McGrawHill's Engineering Companion.pdf
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