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M. S. Rahman, M. B. Can Ülker ... 506 pages - Publisher: CRC Press; (September, 2018) ... Language: English - ISBN-10: 149877167X - ISBN-13: 978-1498771672.

Modeling and computing is becoming an essential part of the analysis and design of an engineered system. This is also true of "geotechnical systems", such as soil foundations, earth dams and other soil-structure systems. The general goal of modeling and computing is to predict and understand the behaviour of the system subjected to a variety of possible conditions/scenarios (with respect to both external stimuli and system parameters), which provides the basis for a rational design of the system. The essence of this is to predict the response of the system to a set of external forces. The modelling and computing essentially involve the following three phases: (a) Idealization of the actual physical problem, (b) Formulation of a mathematical model represented by a set of equations governing the response of the system, and (c) Solution of the governing equations (often requiring numerical methods) and graphical representation of the numerical results. This book will introduce these phases.

Anjan Patel ... 191 pages ... Language: English - Publisher:‎ Woodhead Publishing; (January, 2019).

Geotechnical Investigation and Improvement of Ground Conditions covers practical information on ground improvement and site investigation, considering rock properties and engineering geology and its relation to construction. The book covers geotechnical investigation for construction projects, including classic case studies with geotechnical significance. Additional sections cover soil compaction, soil stabilization, drainage and dewatering, grouting methods, the stone column method, geotextiles, fabrics and earth reinforcement, miscellaneous methods and tools for ground improvement, geotechnical investigation for construction projects, and forensic geotechnical engineering. Final sections present a series of site-specific case studies.

Dedicated to ground improvement techniques and geotechnical site investigation + Provides practical guidance on site-specific geotechnical investigation and the subsequent interpretation of data + Presents site-specific case studies with geotechnical significance + Includes site investigation of soils and rocks + Gives field-oriented information and guidance.

Andrew Lees ... 320 pages - Publisher: ICE Publishing; (November, 2016) ... Language: English - ISBN-10: 0727760874 - ISBN-13: 978-0727760876.

Geotechnical Finite Element Analysis provides the latest practical guidance and comprehensive explanations of using Finite Element Analysis (FEA) in geotechnical design from planning an analysis through to results validation and reporting. This highly illustrated guide expands on the practical benefits of FEA, such as a faster and less expensive design cycle, increased productivity, and increased revenue, and explains the decisions that need to be made at each stage Finite Element Design of Geotechnical Structures: Features as the first practical and internationally-applicable guidebook for practitioners in this technically challenging but rapidly growing field Works as a reference tool for competent FEA users by providing quick explanations of complex issues Includes detailed guidance on using FEA together with Eurocode 7 Clarifies the factors to consider when selecting from the various constitutive models Attests as a training aid, facilitated by complete worked examples Geotechnical Finite Element Analysis aims to provide all the essential, practical learning material in one place. As a practical guide, textbook, reference tool and training tool, it is aimed at practicing structural engineers, those undergoing training in geotechnical FEA, design practice and those performing geotechnical FEA in design.

Robert E. Melchers, Richard Hough ... 384 pages - Publisher: American Society of Civil Engineers; (March, 2007) ... Language: English - ISBN-10: 0784408505 - ISBN-13: 978-0784408506.

Developments in numerical methods and higher-speed computing are providing rapid advances in the analysis and design of complex structures so rapid that it can be difficult for engineers to keep abreast of this expanding knowledge. Modeling Complex Engineering Structures provides an overview of cutting-edge developments in computational theory and techniques as currently applied in various fields of structural analysis, in the United States and around the world. Individual contributors discuss research and practice in diverse but related applications such as high-rise buildings, lightweight long-span roofs, bridges, geotechnical structures, aging nuclear structures, offshore structures, automobiles, aircraft, and ships. By presenting a state-of-the-art view across so many applications of structural analysis, Modeling Complex Engineering Structures encourages the cross fertilization of modeling approaches, computational techniques, and performance assessment analyses from one engineering discipline to another, making this book an essential reference for analysts and designers from all disciplines.

Minoo H. Patel ... 408 pages - Publisher: Butterworth-Heinemann; (January, 2014) ... Language: English - ISBN-10: 1483130924 - ISBN-13: 978-1483130927.

Exploitation of oil and gas reserves from hydrocarbon reservoirs below the sea bed has increased rapidly since the 1960s. However, the wide range of subject areas within ocean engineering has posed problems in the teaching of students because it involves reference to textbooks on many disciplines including corrosion metallurgy, meteorology, process engineering and even marine biology. In this textbook, the author aims to present an integrated treatment of the main subject areas which contribute to the design, construction, installation and operation of fixed and floating offshore structures. It emphasizes the fundamentals of oceanography, fluid mechanics, wave theory, hydrodynamics and structural analysis for students reading ocean engineering or naval architecture at undergraduate or postgraduate level. Sections on model testing, full-scale measurements, design and certification are also included to ensure that the book is of value to professional engineers.

Daniel J. Findley, Christopher M. Cunningham, Jr Thomas H. Brown, Lorraine M. Cahill, Guangchuan Yang, Leta F. Huntsinger ... 722 pages - Language: English - Publisher: Butterworth-Heinemann; 2nd edition (November, 2021).


Highway Engineering: Planning, Design, and Operations, Second Edition, presents a clear and rigorous exposition of highway engineering concepts, including project development and the relationship between planning, operations, safety and highway types. The book includes important topics such as corridor selection and traverses, horizontal and vertical alignment, design controls, basic roadway design, cross section elements, intersection and interchange design, and the integration of new vehicle technologies and trends. It also presents end of chapter exercises to further aid understanding and learning.

This edition has been fully updated with the current design policies and reference manuals essential for highway, transportation, and civil engineers who are required to work to these standards. + Provides an updated resource on current design standards from the Highway Capacity Manual and the Green Book + Covers fundamental traffic flow relationships and traffic impact analysis, collision analysis, road safety audits and advisory speeds + Presents the latest applications and engineering considerations for highway planning, design and construction.

Daniel Findley, Bastian Schroeder, Chris Cunningham, Tom Brown ... 722 pages - Publisher: Butterworth-Heinemann; (September, 2015) ... Language: English - ISBN-10: 012801248X - ISBN-13: 978-0128012482.

This book helps readers maximize effectiveness in all facets of highway engineering including planning, design, operations, safety, and geotechnical engineering. Highway Engineering: Planning, Design, and Operations features a seven part treatment, beginning with a clear and rigorous exposition of highway engineering concepts.  These include project development, and the relationship between planning, operations, safety, and highway types (functional classification). Planning concepts and a four-step process overview are covered, along with trip generation, equations versus rates, trip distribution, and shortest path models equations versus rates. This is followed by parts concerning applications for horizontal and vertical alignment, highway geometric design, traffic operations, traffic safety, and civil engineering topics. *** Covers traffic flow relationships and traffic impact analysis, collision analysis, road safety audits, advisory speeds * Applications for horizontal and vertical alignment, highway geometric design, traffic operations, traffic safety, civil engineering topics * Engineering considerations for highway planning design and construction are included, such as hydraulics, geotechnical engineering, and structural engineering.

Xin-She Yang, Gebrail Bekdas, Sinan Melih Nigdeli ... 302 pages - Publisher: Springer;(December, 2015) ... Language: English - ISBN-10: 3319262432 - ISBN-13: 978-3319262437.

This timely book deals with a current topic, i.e. the applications of metaheuristic algorithms, with a primary focus on optimization problems in civil engineering. The first chapter offers a concise overview of different kinds of metaheuristic algorithms, explaining their advantages in solving complex engineering problems that cannot be effectively tackled by traditional methods, and citing the most important works for further reading. The remaining chapters report on advanced studies on the applications of certain metaheuristic algorithms to specific engineering problems. Genetic algorithm, bat algorithm, cuckoo search, harmony search and simulated annealing are just some of the methods presented and discussed step by step in real-application contexts, in which they are often used in combination with each other. Thanks to its synthetic yet meticulous and practice-oriented approach, the book is a perfect guide for graduate students, researchers and professionals willing to applying metaheuristic algorithms in civil engineering and other related engineering fields, such as mechanical, transport and geotechnical engineering. It is also a valuable aid for both lectures and advanced engineering students.

Eva Kultermann, William P. Spence ... 960 pages - Language: ‎English - Publisher: Cengage Learning; 5th edition (April, 2021)- ISBN-10:‎ 0357513835 - ISBN-13:‎ 978-0357513835.


Get a thorough overview of sustainable methods for site, residential and commercial building construction with this comprehensive text, which covers both traditional and contemporary materials, current industry standards and new and emerging technologies. The only text organized according to the Construction Specifications Institute (CSI) MasterFormat standards, Construction Materials, Methods, and Techniques: Building for a Sustainable Future, Fifth Edition, features a reader-friendly style and logical structure, which follows the construction process step-by-step from project inception to completion. The new edition provides up-to-date coverage of dramatic changes underway in the construction industry, including advances in pre-fabricated construction; increased use of drones, robotics and artificial intelligence; net-zero buildings and lean construction. You'll learn about key current industry developments and standards, as well as latest relevant building codes, all presented within a dynamic, richly illustrated new design. Beyond the text itself, you can access a wealth of helpful learning resources to help you gain a clear understanding of today's construction materials, methods and techniques, providing a critical foundation for your career success.

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