Civil Engineering Formulas

ISBN: 0071395423

Category: Technical

Posted on 2007-06-20, updated at 2008-01-22. By anonymous.


Civil Engineering Formulas

Civil Engineering Formulas electronics
Civil Engineering Formulas
Tyler Hicks
ISBN: 0071395423
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Companies - 2001-04

Indispensable portable reference for all practicing civil engineers and students

Now you can get a single compilation of all essential civil engineering formulas and equations in one easy-to-use portable reference. More than three-quarters of the material in Tyler Hicks Civil Engineering Formulas Pocket Guide is in the form of formulas, tables, and graphs, presented in SI and USCS formats. Each chapter, offering collections of problems and calculations, gives you quick reference to a well-defined topic:

Conversion Factors for Civil Engineering Practice
Beam Formulas
Column Formulas
Piles and Piling Formulas
Concrete Formulas
Timber Engineering Formulas
Surveying Formulas
Soil and Earthwork Formulas
Building and Structures Formulas
Bridge and Suspension-Cable Formulas
Highway and Road Formulas
Hydraulics and Waterworks Formulas

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  1. Currently working in civil projects, needs information for my job
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