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Advances in Civil Engineering by
Call Number: Edinburg Overs - 4th Floor Overs TA155 .A38 2016
Publication Date: 2016-06-02
Civil engineering is one of the oldest branches of engineering. The concepts and applications of this field can be found in every structure that surrounds us, from buildings to bridges to roads. This book elucidates the diverse principles and innovative models around prospective developments with respect to civil engineering. It strives to provide a fair idea about this discipline and to help develop a better understanding of the latest advances within this field through the various topics such as surveying, geotechnical engineering, etc. which have been discussed with an analytical perspective within this book. This book has been compiled by internationally renowned panel of experts and is highly recommended for students and researchers engaged in the field of civil engineering, architecture, and associated disciplines.
Engineering Fundamentals by
Call Number: Brownsville Stacks TA147 .M63 2016
Publication Date: 2015-01-01
Now in dynamic full color, ENGINEERING FUNDAMENTALS: AN INTRODUCTION TO ENGINEERING, 5e helps readers develop the strong problem-solving skills and solid foundation in fundamental principles they will need to become analytical, detail-oriented, and creative engineers. The book opens with an overview of what engineers do, an inside glimpse of the various areas of specialization, and a straightforward look at what it takes to succeed. The book then covers the basic physical concepts and laws that you'll encounter on the job. Professional Profiles throughout the text highlight the work of practicing engineers from around the globe, tying in the fundamental principles and applying them to professional engineering. Using a flexible modular format, the book demonstrates how engineers apply physical and chemical laws and principles, as well as mathematics, to design, test, and supervise the production of millions of parts, products, and services that people use every day.
Information Technology by
Call Number: Edinburg Stacks - 4th Floor T58.5 .C95 2001
Publication Date: 2000-10-26
Assuming no formal engineering or computer science education, this text prepares readers from various disciplines to take advantage of new information technologies. The goal is to teach leadership skills that readers can utilize throughout their careers, rather than just survival skills. Fundamentals of binary representation. Graphics and visual information. Data compression. Bandwidth and information theory. Transmission and storage technology. Basics of networks, standards, protocols, etc. Internet Applications. Appropriate as an introduction on information technology and engineering for readers outside the electrical engineering and computer science disciplines.
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