Dictionary of Civil Engineering

Jean-Paul Kurtz, "Dictionary of Civil Engineering"
Springer | 2004-09-14 | ISBN: 0306483173 | 1516 pages | File type: PDF | 56,3 mb

This English version of the French publication, will be a valuable reference tool for civil engineers. There are over 12,000 definitions accompanied by more than 1,300 charts, tables, and graphs. This dictionary is a comprehensive compilation of definitions, examples and descriptions - from the study of soils, and the various materials and equipment used, including the most common architectural terms as they relate to civil engineering. The clear and concise presentation of this dictionary will easily clarify often confusing concepts and correct other lexicological errors. This compendium will be an invaluable tool not only for civil engineers, but also for lawyers, contractors, engineering and design departments, architects, etc. and all trade associations involved with this discipline. This dictionary may also be used as a valuable teaching tool.

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