Practical Civil Engineering

Practical Civil Engineering 

P.K. Jayasree

Preference :

The engineering discipline is a vast area that offers unlimited specialization. It can be defined as the systematic presentation of scientific principles employed for the advantage of the public. It is the career in which the understanding of mathematics and natural sciences, achieved by learning, understanding, and rehearsal, is supported by wisdom to acquire methods to consume the material and forces of the environment for the utility of society in a cautious way. The conventional divisions of engineering are civil, mechanical,  and electrical engineering. Other than these basic divisions, there are numerous other branches. To name a few, computer engineering, aeronautical engineering, industrial engineering, 
chemical engineering, marine engineering, automobile engineering, polymer engineering, textile engineering, ceramic engineering, and so on.

Content :
  • Chapter 1 Introduction to Civil Engineering
  • Chapter 2 Units, Measurements, and Symbols
  • Chapter 3 Preliminary Mathematics
  • Chapter 4 Engineering Mechanics
  • Chapter 5 Mechanics of Structures and Their Analysis
  • Chapter 6 Principles of Surveying
  • Chapter 7 Building Materials
  • Chapter 8 Building Construction Technology and Management
  • Chapter 9 Concrete Technology
  • Chapter 10 Reinforced Concrete Structures
  • Chapter 11 Steel Structures
  • Chapter 12 Fluid Mechanics

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