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James Jordan ... 497 pages - Language: ‎ English - Publisher: ‎Independently published; (September, 2021).


Microsoft has added over a hundred new features and enhancements to Excel over the past years! The tools outlined in this guide book are among those that offer some of the greatest opportunities to all levels of Excel users to improve their efficiency and proficiency. Therefore, as you gain access to these tools – and others sure to follow – be sure to consider how you and your team members can and should take advantage of them to boost productivity. This book is specially made for business men, corporate bodies, organization, individuals, etc. who are looking for a means of learning Excel from basics to advanced (formulas, functions, VBA, Macros,etc.) level.

In this Excel 2021 guide, you’ll: Learn How to Analyze the Quality of Your Data with Power Query + Learn How to use Dynamic Array(FILTER, SORT, RANDARRY, SEQUENCE, SORTBY, and UNIQUE) + Learn How to enter basic formulas and calculations in excel + Learn How to select, activate and edit cells in excel+ Learn How to Create and manage workbooks and worksheets + Learn How to create a spreadsheet in word + Learn How to create charts in excel: types and examples + Learn How to format an excel table + Learn powerful and essential Excel Formulas and Functions + Learn How to Illustrate using XLOOKUP + Learn How to Automate Data Analysis with Excel’s Ideas Feature + Get familiar with Worksheet design + Find out how to work with charts and graphics +Use Excel for data management, analysis, modeling, and visualization + Basic and Professional Excel tips and tricks and Lots more…

Pavel G. Talalay ... 645 pages - Language: ‎English- Publisher: Springer; (January, 2023) - AmazonSIN:‎ B0BRHY16RW.


This book provides a comprehensive review of drilling technologies in the polar regions, from the portable drilling equipment for shallow sampling and coring, to heavy drilling equipment for deep onshore and offshore drilling. Particular attention is given to safe drilling methods in permafrost. In recent years, interest in drilling in the polar regions has increased under the pressure of the geopolitical “rush” and the undiscovered resource potential. In addition, borehole monitoring of permafrost thermal states is urgently needed to obtain evidence of climate change. The book focuses on the latest drilling technologies but also discusses the historical development of sampling, and drilling tools and devices, over the last 60–70 years providing valuable insights into a way forward and future possibilities.

DušanTeodorovic , Milan Janic ... 1931 pages - Publisher: Butterworth-Heinemann; 2nd edition (January, 2022).

Transportation Engineering: Theory, Practice and Modeling, Second Edition presents comprehensive information related to traffic engineering and control, transportation planning and evaluation of transportation alternatives. The book systematically deals with almost the entire transportation engineering area, offering various techniques related to transportation modeling, transportation planning, and traffic control. It also shows readers how to use models and methods when predicting travel and freight transportation demand, how to analyze existing transportation networks, how to plan for new networks, and how to develop traffic control tactics and strategies. New topics addressed include alternative Intersections, alternative interchanges and individual/private transportation.

Readers will also learn how to utilize a range of engineering concepts and methods to make future transportation systems safer, more cost-effective, and "greener". Providing a broad view of transportation engineering, including transport infrastructure, control methods and analysis techniques, this new edition is for postgraduates in transportation and professionals needing to keep up-to-date with the latest theories and models.

Covers all forms of transportation engineering, including air, rail, road and public transit modes + Examines different transportation modes and how to make them sustainable + Features a new chapter covering the reliability, resilience, robustness and vulnerability of transportation systems

Cherry Bhargava, Pardeep Kumar Sharma ... 198 pages - Language:‎ English - Publisher: BPB Publications; (June, 2021).

Intelligent Reliability Analysis using MATLAB and AI explains a roadmap to analyze and predict various electronic components’ future life and performance reliability. Deeply narrated and authored by reliability experts, this book empowers the reader to deepen their understanding of reliability identification, its significance, preventive measures, and various techniques.The book teaches how to predict the residual lifetime of active and passive components using an interesting use case on electronic waste. The book will demonstrate how the capacity of re-usability of electronic components can benefit the consumer to reuse the same component, with the confidence of successful operations. It lists key attributes and ways to design experiments using Taguchi’s approach, based on various acceleration factors.

This book makes it easier for readers to understand reliability modeling of active and passive components using the Artificial Neural Network, Fuzzy Logic, Adaptive Neuro-Fuzzy Inference System (ANFIS). The book keeps you engaged with a systematic and detailed explanation of step-wise MATLAB-based implementation of electronic components. These explanations and illustrations will help the readers to predict fault and failure well before time.

Dean G. Duffy ... 448 pages -  Language: ‎English - Publisher: ‎Chapman and Hall/CRC; (March, 2022)‎ - ISBN: 103-2133422 and 978-1032133423.

Through four previous editions of Advanced Engineering Mathematics with MATLAB, the author presented a wide variety of topics needed by today's engineers. The fifth edition of that book, available now, has been broken into two parts: topics currently needed in mathematics courses and a new stand-alone volume presenting topics not often included in these courses and consequently unknown to engineering students and many professionals. The overall structure of this new book consists of two parts: transform methods and random processes. Built upon a foundation of applied complex variables, the first part covers advanced transform methods, as well as z-transforms and Hilbert transforms--transforms of particular interest to systems, communication, and electrical engineers. This portion concludes with Green's function, a powerful method of analyzing systems.

The second portion presents random processes--processes that more accurately model physical and biological engineering. Of particular interest is the inclusion of stochastic calculus. The author continues to offer a wealth of examples and applications from the scientific and engineering literature, a highlight of his previous books. As before, theory is presented first, then examples, and then drill problems. Answers are given in the back of the book. This book is all about the future: The purpose of this book is not only to educate the present generation of engineers but also the next. The main strength is the text is written from an engineering perspective. The majority of my students are engineers. The physical examples are related to problems of interest to the engineering students.

GeoStudio 2022.1 v11.4.2.250 [Size: 712 MB] ... GeoStudio is a product suite for geotechnical modeling and the vast geographic environment and to handle all your modeling needs. The GeoStudio suite includes the following products: SLOPE / W: Slope Stability Analysis + SEEP / W: Groundwater Summit Analysis + SIGMA / W: deformation pressure analysis + QUAKE / W: Dynamic earthquake analysis + TEMP / W: Geothermal Analysis + CTRAN / W: Solute Transfer Analysis + AIR / W: Airflow Analysis + VADOSE / W: Pro-Area Analysis and Soil Coverage.

GeoStudio Features: CAD slope stability software for calculating land and rock slope reliability coefficients. Effective Analysis of Simple and Complex Problems for Slip Surface, Water Pore Pressure, Soil Properties, Analysis Method, and Load Conditions + Groundwater analysis, pore pressure loss problems in porous materials such as soil and rock. + Perform stress analysis of the deformation of earth structures using SIGMA / W + Dynamic analysis of earthquakes to earthquakes or point to mechanical forces from an explosion or a sudden impact using the QUAKE / W tool + Analysis of thermal changes in land due to environmental factors or construction facilities such as buildings or pipelines using TEMP / W + Modeling the movement of pollutants through porous materials such as soil and rock + Analysis of groundwater and air interaction problems in soil and rock + Analysis of flow from the environment, across the surface, from the unsaturated fan zone to local groundwater.

William J. Palm III ... Language: ‎English - Publisher: McGraw Hill; 5th edition (March, 2022) - ISBN-10:‎ 1265139199 - ISBN-13: ‎978-1265139193.

MATLAB for Engineering Applications is a simple, concise book designed to be useful for beginners and to be kept as a reference. MATLAB is a globally available standard computational tool for engineers and scientists. This text is intended as a stand-alone introduction to MATLAB and can be used in an introductory course, as a self-study text, or as a supplementary text. The text’s material is based on the author’s experience in teaching a required two-credit semester course devoted to MATLAB for engineering freshmen.

Laurel J. Standley ... 300 pages - Publisher: IWA Publishing; (July, 2016) - Language: English - ISBN-10: 1780407084 - ISBN-13: 978-1780407081.

Improving Water Quality Through Contaminant Source Trackdown Studiesdiscusses the trackdown approaches that help to avoid costly mistakes that miss key contaminant sources or inaccurately assess their relative contributions to problems. This book brings together information that is currently dispersed in the academic literature and within files of agencies and consultants into one valuable resource. This book provides water managers and other water professionals with the tools they need to assess and track key sources of contamination in ground and surface water resources, as well as effluent distribution systems. Specific examples and case studies that focus on contaminants that frequently impair water quality are included to provide readers with real world examples on how to conduct contaminant trackdown studies. It does not cover mathematical model development techniques in detail but lists model types and resources where more information on these techniques can be obtained. Improving Water Quality Through Contaminant Source Trackdown Studies provides: an in-depth examination of problems that can be approached using contaminant source trackdown studies. methods for identifying and tracking critical point and nonpoint, surface and ground water sources of contaminants such as such as wastewater treatment plants, agricultural and urban runoff, and contaminated sediments. practical and realistic tools for saving time and money by using contaminant source trackdown studies to tackle impaired water scenarios ranging from small-scale systems, such as lakes, to complex watersheds and municipal distribution systems. international examples and case studies with real-world experience in conducting a contaminant trackdown study. The book is a valuable resource for water professionals in environmental science, chemistry, biology, and engineering.

LimitState: GEO v3.6.1.26217 x64 [Size: 127 MB] ... This is a powerful geotechnical analysis Software. It provides unique geotechnical analysis capabilities to rapidly determine the critical failure mechanism and margin of safety for any problem. It tackles any ultimate limit state analysis or design problem involving slope stability, bearing capacity, walls, foundations, reinforced soil, or complex combined systems.

It can handle design and analysis problems of any geometry and loading conditions. No need to resort to application-specific hand calculations, spreadsheets, or software applications that attempt to automate these. It is as straightforward as conventional Limit Equilibrium methods but can model global soil failure, retaining wall stability, and bending failure. It can model supported and unsupported excavations, considering the effects of surface surcharges. Identify a wide range of failure mechanisms, including base heave and lateral instability.

LimitState: GEO is the only commercially available geotechnical software product to use the ground-breaking Discontinuity Layout Optimization (DLO) limit analysis technology that allows one tool to rapidly and directly evaluate stability, whatever the problem geometry. LimitState: GEO has been designed to be extremely easy to use, fully compatible with Eurocode 7, and output has been validated against a wide range of benchmark problems. Examples of the many applications of the software include: Footings / foundations + Cantilever stem walls + Reinforced soil + Slope stability + Seismic forces + Gabion walls + Gravity retaining walls + Deep excavations.

John Hughes, Robert Whittle ... 352 pages - Language:‎ English - Publisher: ‎CRC Press; (November, 2022) - ISBN-10: ‎1032060948 - ISBN-13: ‎978-1032060941.

High Resolution Pressuremeters and Geotechnical Engineering focuses on pressuremeters with internal transducers that allow measurement of strength, stiffness and in situ reference stress. It outlines the principles and the basics of the technology, gives guidance on good practice and making reliable analysis, provides case studies, and compares the pressuremeter test with similar ones from other devices to enable engineers to make informed choices.

A unique, up-to-date guide to high resolution pressuremeters with internal transducers + Contextualises analyses and advice to enable an informed choice of testing processes + Presents analyses previously unpublished in book form.

This practical guide will suit professionals at the consultancy level, pressuremeter practitioners and site investigation companies.

Mohammed Elshafie, Giulia Viggiani, Robert Mair ... 902 pages - Language: ‎English - Publisher: CRC Press; 2nd edition (November, 2022) - AmazonSIN: B0BDGQBFN3.

Geotechnical Aspects of Underground Construction in Soft Ground comprises a collection of 112 papers, the Fujita Lecture, three Special Lectures and the Bright Spark Lecture presented at the Tenth International Symposium on Geotechnical Aspects of Underground Construction in Soft Ground, held in Cambridge, United Kingdom, 27-29 June 2022. This second edition includes four general reports on the symposium themes.

The symposium is the latest in a series which began in New Delhi in 1994, and was followed by symposia in London (1996), Tokyo (1999), Toulouse (2002), Amsterdam (2005), Shanghai (2008), Rome (2011), Seoul (2014) and Sao Paulo (2017). This was organised by the Geotechnical Research Group at the University of Cambridge, under the auspices of the Technical Committee TC204 of the International Society for Soil Mechanics and Geotechnical Engineering (ISSMGE). Geotechnical Aspects of Underground Construction in Soft Ground includes contributions from more than 25 countries on research, design and construction of underground works in soft ground. 

The contributions cover: Field case studies + Sensing technologies and monitoring for underground construction in soft ground + Physical and numerical modelling of tunnels and deep excavations in soft ground + Seismic response of underground infrastructure in soft ground + Design and application of ground improvement for underground construction + Ground movements, interaction with existing structures and mitigation measures.

The general reports give an overview of the papers submitted to the symposium, covered in four technical sessions. The proceedings include the written version of the five invited lectures covering topics ranging from developments in geotechnical aspects of underground construction, tunnelling and groundwater interaction (short and long-term effects), the influence of earth pressure balance shield tunnelling on pre-convergence and segmental liner loading (field observations, modelling and implications on design). Similar to previous editions, Geotechnical Aspects of Underground Construction in Soft Ground represents a valuable source of reference on the current practice of analysis, design, and construction of tunnels and deep excavations in soft ground. The book is particularly aimed at academics and professionals interested in geotechnical and underground engineering.

Eduardo Rojas ... 372 pages - Language: ‎English - Publisher: ‎Bentham Science Publishers; (October, 2022).

Towards A Unified Soil Mechanics Theory demonstrates mathematical models for saturated and unsaturated soils by defining the effective stress equation. Chapters present hydraulic models that simulate water distribution in pores. Parameters from these models are then used to demonstrate the use of an effective stress equation to understand the mechanics of soils that have different material constitutions.

Key Features: - Sequentially explains soil modeling techniques for easy understanding - Demonstrates the use of an effective stress equation based on data from porous-solid models. - Explains how porous-solid models can simulate the soilwater retention curves of materials. - Establishes an elastoplastic framework for the volumetric behavior of unsaturated soils that is used to simulate the phenomenon of collapse upon wetting and the behavior of expansive soils. - Explains the practical application of fully a coupled hydro-mechanical (critical state) soil model - Includes scientific references for further reading.

The third edition includes additional information on retention curves in deforming curves, the application of a coupled hydro-mechanical model simulating undrained tests and the behavior of soils during static compaction, and the use of a porous-solid model to develop a fully analytical equation for the relative hydraulic conductivity of soils. The new chapters also cover the experimental parameters used to derive the models. This edition also updates material from previous editions, and adds new scientific references. Towards A Unified Soil Mechanics Theory paves the way for a universal theory of soil mechanics that has a wide range of applications. The book is a valuable reference to civil engineers, geotechnical engineers, earth scientists and hydrologists interested in soil mechanics at both academic and professional levels.

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