Electricity and Magnetism

Electricity and Magnetism 

EDWARD M. PURCELL

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The existence of this book is owed (both figuratively and literally) to the fact that the building blocks of matter possess a quality called charge. Two important aspects of charge are conservation and quantization. The electric force between two charges is given by Coulomb’s law. Like the gravitational force, the electric force falls off like 1/r2. It is conservative, so we can talk about the potential energy of a system of charges (the work done in assembling them). A very useful concept is the electric field, which is defined as the force per unit charge. Every point in space has a unique electric field associated with it. We can define the flux of the electric field through a given surface. This leads us to Gauss’s law, which is an alternative way of stating Coulomb’s law. In cases involving sufficient symmetry, it is much quicker to calculate the electric field via Gauss’s law than via Coulomb’s law and direct integration. Finally, we discuss the energy density in the electric field, which provides another way of calculating the potential energy of a system.




Content :
  • ELECTROSTATICS: CHARGES AND FIELDS
  • THE ELECTRIC POTENTIAL
  • ELECTRIC FIELDS AROUND CONDUCTORS
  • ELECTRIC CURRENTS
  • THE FIELDS OF MOVING CHARGES
  • THE MAGNETIC FIELD
  • ELECTROMAGNETIC INDUCTION
  • ALTERNATING-CURRENT CIRCUITS
  • MAXWELL’S EQUATIONS AND ELECTROMAGNETIC WAVES
  • ELECTRIC FIELDS IN MATTER
  • MAGNETIC FIELDS IN MATTER
  • SOLUTIONS TO THE PROBLEMS


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Machine Elements in Mechanical Design

Machine Elements in Mechanical Design 

Robert L. Mott

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The objective of this book is to provide the concepts, procedures, data, and decision analysis techniques necessary to design machine elements commonly found in mechanical devices and systems. Students completing a course of study using this book should be able to execute original designs for machine elements and integrate the elements into a system composed of several elements. This process requires a consideration of the performance requirements of an individual element and of the interfaces between elements as they work together to form a system. For example, a gear must be designed to transmit power at a given speed. The design must specify the number of teeth, pitch, tooth form, face width, pitch diameter, material, and method of heat treatment. But the gear design also affects, and is affected by, the mating gear, the shaft carrying the gear, and the environment in which it is to operate. Furthermore, the shaft must be supported by bearings, which must be contained in a housing. Thus, the designer should keep the complete system in mind while designing each individual element. This book will help the student approach design problems in this way.





Content :
  • 1 The Nature of Mechanical Design
  • 2 Materials in Mechanical Design
  • 3 Stress and Deformation Analysis
  • 4 Combined Stresses and Stress Transformation
  • 5 Design for Different Types of Loading
  • 6 Columns
  • 7 Belt Drives, Chain Drives, and Wire Rope
  • 8 Kinematics of Gears
  • 9 Spur Gear Design
  • 10 Helical Gears, Bevel Gears, and Wormgearing
  • 11 Keys, Couplings, and Seals
  • 12 Shaft Design
  • 13 Tolerances and Fits
  • 14 Rolling Contact Bearings
  • 15 Completion of the Design of a Power Transmission


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Project Management: A Systems Approach to Planning, Scheduling, and Controlling , 12th Edition

Project Management, 12th Edition

H a r o l d K e r z n e r

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Project management has evolved from a management philosophy restricted to a few functional areas and regarded as something nice to have to an enterprise project management system affecting every functional unit of the company. Simply stated, project management has evolved into a business process rather than merely a project management process. More and more companies are now regarding project management as being mandatory for the survival of the firm. Organizations that were opponents of project management are now advocates. Management educators of the past, who preached that project management could not work and would be just another fad, are now staunch supporters. Project management is here to stay. Colleges and universities are now offering undergraduate and graduate degrees in project management.





Content :
  • Overview
  • Project Management Growth: Concepts and Definitions
  • Organizational Structures
  • Organizing and Staffing the Project Office and Team
  • Management Functions
  • Comm unications Management
  • Conflicts
  • Special Topics
  • The Variables for Success
  • Working with E executives
  • Planning
  • Network Scheduling Techniques
  • Pricing and Estimating
  • Cost Control


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Rectangular and Circular Column Design

Rectangular and Circular Column Design 

RECTANGULAR COLUMN DESIGN WITH EXCEL
CIRCULAR COLUMN DESIGN
with Bar Dimensions spreadsheet with excel
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Structural Steel Design 3rd Edition

Structural Steel Design 3rd Edition 

Jason Vigil

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The knowledge and expertise required for the design of steel-framed structures is essential to architectural, civil and structural engineers, as well as to students intending to pursue careers in the field of structural design and construction. This textbook provides the fundamentals of structural steel design from a structural systems framework that involves not only the isolated design of the individual structural steel elements, but the design of these elements within the context of the entire structural system. This enables the reader to see the connection between each structural element and how and where they fit within the entire structural system, in addition to engendering a big picture view of structural steel design.




Content :
  • Introduction to Steel Structures
  • Design Methods, Load Combinations, and Gravity Loads and Load Paths
  • Lateral Loads and Lateral Force Resisting Systems
  • Tension Members
  • Compression Members Under Concentric Axial Loads
  • Flexural Members
  • Composite Beams
  • Members Under Combined Axial Load and Bending Moment
  • Bolted Connections
  • Welded Connections
  • Moment Connections, Bracing and Truss Connections, and Miscellaneous Details
  • Floor Vibrations due to Human Activity
  • Built-up Sections—Welded Plate Girders
  • Practical Considerations in the Design of Steel Buildings


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Problem Solving in Quantum Mechanics

Problem Solving in Quantum Mechanics 

Marc Cathay

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Over the last two decades, there has been a dramatic increase in the study of physical and biological systems at the nanoscale. In fact, this Millenium has been referred to as the “nano millennium.” The fields of nanoscience and nanoengineering have been fuelled by recent spectacular discoveries in mesoscopic physics, a new understanding of DNA sequencing, the advent of the field of quantum computing, tremendous progress in molecular biology, and other related fields. A fundamental understanding of physical phenomena at the nanoscale level will require future generations of engineers and scientists to grasp the intricacies of the quantum world and master the fundamentals of quantum mechanics developed by many pioneers





Content :
  • 1 General Properties of the Schrodinger Equation
  • 2 Operators
  • 3 Bound States
  • 4 Heisenberg Principle
  • 5 Current and Energy Flux Densities
  • 6 Density of States
  • 7 Transfer Matrix
  • 8 Scattering Matrix
  • 9 Perturbation Theory
  • 10 Variational Approach
  • 11 Electron in a Magnetic Field
  • 12 Electron in an Electromagnetic Field and Optical Properties of Nanostructures
  • 13 Time-Dependent Schr¨odinger Equation


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Building a Project Work Breakdown Structure

Building a Project Work Breakdown Structure 

DENNIS P. MILLER

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The origin and exact date of development of the WBS (Work Breakdown Structure) are not exactly clear. It appears that it was developed in response to some unstated problem within the United States Department of Defense (DoD). Most authors (writing on this subject) and their articles do not address the source of the WBS. It was not until 2002 that a booklet clarified what had been, until that time, simply “folklore.” Haugan’s booklet clarified a number of misconceptions that had developed during the previous 45 years. This booklet is an excellent reference for exact details. However, we now know that the WBS was developed as a component of a larger effort to control DoD projects from the early 1960s through to today. The official reference (as of 2002) was the DoD’s site for the WBS. The exact World Wide Web reference has changed and, at this writing, is lost. A recent search for “Work Breakdown Structure” on the World Wide Web (WWW) produced more than 2,260,000 sites. This is an expression of both the commercialism of the WWW and the popularity of the WBS.




Content :
  • Preplanning Issues
  • Sources of Deliverables
  • Timing of Planning Session
  • Specific Preparations
  • Executing The Eight-Step Process
  • Post -PLannin g Activities 
  • Some Basic Project Management Issues


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Introduction to Artificial Intelligence

Introduction to Artificial Intelligence 

Philip C. Jackson

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Are we intelligent enough to understand intelligence? One approach to answering this question is "artificial intelligence," the field of computer science that studies how machines can be made to act intelligently. This book is intended to be a general introduction to artificial intelligence (AI). The subjects for discussion are machines that can solve problems, play games, recognize patterns, prove mathematical theorems, understand English, and even demonstrate learning by changing their own behavior to perform such tasks more successfully. In general, this book is addressed to all persons who are interested in studying the nature of thought, and hopefully, much of it can be read without previous formal exposure to computers.


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Content :
  • Introduction
  • Mathematics, Phenomena, Machines
  • Problem Solving
  • Game Playing
  • Pattern Perception
  • Theorem Proving
  • Semantic Information Processing
  • Parallel Processing And Evolutionary Systems
  • The Harvest Of Artificial Intelligence


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Principles of Transistor Circuits, Ninth Edition

Principles of Transistor Circuits

S. W. Amos

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This ninth edition was introduced to bring the material up-to-date and to render all of the diagrams to the same standard. Some of the information from previous editions has been left out; either because it was obsolete or because it is not relevant to modern electronics. Most students are taught discrete component circuit analysis and design with silicon NPN transistors as the main active devices. Although the flexibility of approach is important (i.e. to be able to use both NPN and PNP devices of any semiconductor type), the redrawn diagrams have been changed to conform to the NPN silicon arrangement so that the learning process does not involve unfamiliar configurations. Some of the abbreviations have been modernized, and the gate turns off thyristor introduced along with optically coupled devices. Much of the section on digital techniques has been reworked to reflect current practice.





Content :
  • 1 Semiconductor and junction diodes
  • 2 Basic principles of transistors
  • 3 Common-base and common-gate amplifiers
  • 4 Common-emitter and common-source amplifiers
  • 5 Common-collector and common-drain amplifiers (emitter and source followers)
  • 6 Bias and d.c. stabilization
  • 7 Small-signal a.f. amplifiers
  • 8 Large-signal a.f. amplifiers
  • 9 D.C. and pulse amplifiers
  • 10 R.F. and I.F. amplifiers
  • 11 Sinusoidal oscillators
  • 12 Modulators, demodulators, mixers, and receivers
  • 13 Pulse generators
  • 14 Sawtooth generators
  • 15 Digital circuits
  • 16 Further applications of transistors and other semiconductor devices


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Handbook of Engineering Practice of Materials and Corrosion

Handbook of Engineering Practice of Materials and Corrosion 

Jung-Chul 

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This book provides the basic knowledge for a Detailer of reinforcing bars, bar supports and welded wire reinforcement. Detailing, described briefly, is the preparation of placing drawings complete with bar lists with sufficient information for: (1) the Fabricator to fabricate the bars and to order (when required by the Contract) the bar supports and welded wire reinforcement; and (2) the Ironworkers to install these products at the jobsite. The reader is shown how to translate and transfer the requirements presented on structural drawings and other documents onto a proper placing drawing. The language and form of the information are emphasized to achieve simplicity and efficiency for the end users - the Fabricator and the Ironworker. This textbook is intended for use by technical schools, junior colleges, and for on-the-job training programs. It is assumed that the reader has completed basic courses in high school mathematics, including elementary algebra and plane geometry. Trigonometry is desirable for the beginner and is necessary for more advanced training.


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Content :
  • 1 Design Engineering
  • 2 Types and Requirements of Materials and Corrosion
  • 3 Fabrication and Construction of Equipment and Piping
  • 4 Welding and Heat Treatment Requirements in Shop and Field
  • 5 Test and Inspection Requirements in Codes and Standards


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Hydraulic Design Handbook

Hydraulic Design Handbook 

Larry W. Mays

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Since the Egyptian’s and Mesopotamian’s first successful efforts to control the flow of water thousands of years ago, a rich history of hydraulics has evolved. Sec. 1.2 contains a brief description of some ancient hydraulic structures that are found around the world. During the 20th century, many new developments have occurred in both theoretical and applied hydraulics. A number of handbooks and textbooks on hydraulics have been published, as indicated in Fig. 1.1. From the viewpoint of hydraulic design, however, only manuals, reports, monographs, and the like have been published, mostly by government agencies. Unfortunately, many aspects of the hydraulic design have never been published as a compendium. This Hydraulic Design Handbook is the first effort devoted to producing a comprehensive handbook for hydraulic design. The book covers many aspects of hydraulic design, with step-by-step procedures outlined and illustrated by sample design problems.





Content :
  • Introduction / Larry W. Mays --
  • Hydraulics of pressurized flow / Bryan W. Karney --
  • Hydraulics of open channel flow / Richard H. French --
  • Subsurface flow and transport / Mariush W. Kemblowki --
  • Environmental hydraulics / Richard H. French --
  • Sedimentation and erosion hydraulics / Marcelo H. García --
  • Risk/reliability-based hydraulic engineering design / Yeou-Koung Tung --
  • Hydraulic design for energy generation / H. Wayne Coleman --
  • Hydraulics of water distribution systems / Kevin Lansey --
  • Pump system hydraulic design / B.E. Bosserman --
  • Water distribution system design / Mark A. Ysusi --
  • Hydraulic transient design for pipeline systems / C. Samuel Martin --
  • Hydraulic design of drainage for highways / G. Kenneth Young, Jr. --
  • Hydraulic design of urban drainage systems / Ben Chie Yen --
  • Hydraulic design of culverts and highway structures / I. Kaan Tuncok --
  • Hydraulic design of flood control channels / George K. Cotton --
  • Hydraulic design of spillways / H. Wayne Coleman --
  • Hydraulic design of stilling basins and energy dissipators / C.Y. Wei --
  • Floodplain hydraulics / Roy D. Dodson


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Project Planning, Scheduling & Control

Project Planning, Scheduling & Control 

JAMES P. LEWIS

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By the time the fifth edition of Project Planning, Scheduling, and Control is published, it will be 20 years since the first edition was released. I have been gratified to receive correspondence from all over the world complimenting me on the previous editions, and I hope this will continue. I have always written for the practitioner, so this book is not really designed for classroom use, but for the person who needs a book that is easy to read and practical. For many years I have been telling people that management— including project management—is a performing art. Most business schools teach people to think—that is, they teach cognitive skills.


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Content :
  • An Introduction to Project Management
  • The Project Management Institute and the PMBOK® GUIDE
  • The Role of the Project Manager
  • How to Achieve High- Performance Project Management
  • PROJECT DEFINITION
  • Headless- Chicken Projects and How to Prevent Them
  • PROJECT PLANNING.
  • Developing Project Strategy
  • Implementation Planning
  • Project Scheduling
  • Managing Project Communications
  • Managing Risks
  • EXECUTION AND CONTROL
  • Project Control


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Practical Electronics for Inventors, 4th Edition

Practical Electronics for Inventors, 4th Edition

Paul Scherz

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Inventors in the field of electronics are individuals who possess the knowledge, intuition, creativity, and technical know-how to turn their ideas into real-life electrical gadgets. We hope that this book will provide you with an intuitive understanding of the theoretical and practical aspects of electronics in a way that fuels your creativity. This book is designed to help beginning inventors invent. It assumes little to no prior knowledge of electronics. Therefore, educators, students, and aspiring hobbyists will find this book a good initial test. At the same time, technicians and more advanced hobbyists may find this book a useful resource.


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Content :
  • CHAPTER 1 Introduction to Electronics
  • CHAPTER 2 Theory
  • CHAPTER 3 Basic Electronic Circuit Components
  • CHAPTER 4 Semiconductors
  • CHAPTER 5 Optoelectronics
  • CHAPTER 6 Sensors
  • CHAPTER 7 Hands-on Electronics
  • CHAPTER 8 Operational Amplifiers
  • CHAPTER 9 Filters
  • CHAPTER 10 Oscillators and Timers
  • CHAPTER 11 Voltage Regulators and Power Supplies
  • CHAPTER 12 Digital Electronics
  • CHAPTER 13 Microcontrollers
  • CHAPTER 14 Programmable Logic
  • CHAPTER 15 Motors
  • CHAPTER 16 Audio Electronics
  • CHAPTER 17 Modular Electronics


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Advanced Excel Formulae and Calculations

Advanced Excel Formulae and Calculations 

George Walter

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An Excel book that taught you every possible option would be too large for you to carry. As you go through the material in the book, explore the different options and try different things, think about how you could use what is being taught in different environments. Don’t just click here and enter that, because that is what the book is telling you to do without thinking about what it is you are doing. Excel is so powerful and is capable of doing so many things. Be a free thinker and think about how you could use Excel to solve various problems. Throughout this book, you will be reading about an Excel topic followed by a practice. You can learn by reading, but to fully comprehend the different topics you should do the exercises. Many illustrations are included to make it easier to follow along and comprehend.


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Content :
  • Chapter 1: Becoming Acquainted with Excel
  • Chapter 2: Navigating and Working with Worksheets
  • Chapter 3: Best Ways to Enter and Edit Data
  • Chapter 4: Formatting and Aligning Data
  • Chapter 5: Different Ways of Viewing and Printing Your Workbook
  • Chapter 6: Understanding Backstage
  • Chapter 7: Creating and Using Formulas
  • Chapter 8: Excel’s Pre-existing Functions
  • Chapter 9: Auditing, Validating, and Protecting Your Data
  • Chapter 10: Using Hyperlinks, Combining Text, and Working with the Status Bar
  • Chapter 11: Transferring and Duplicating Data to Other Locations
  • Chapter 12: Working with Tables
  • Chapter 13: Working with Charts
  • Chapter 14: Importing Data
  • Chapter 15: Using PivotTables and PivotCharts
  • Chapter 16: Enhancing Workbooks with Multimedia
  • Chapter 17: Automating Task with Macros


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BIM and Big Data for Construction Cost Management

BIM and Big Data for Construction Cost Management 

.Weisheng Lu

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This book is designed to help practitioners and students in a wide range of con- struction project management professions to understand what building informa- tion modelling (BIM) and big data could mean for them and how they should prepare to work successfully on BIM-compliant projects and maintain their com- petencies in this essential and expanding area. In this book, the state-of-the-art information technologies that support high-profile BIM implementation are introduced, and case studies show how BIM has integrated core quantity surveying and cost management responsibil- ities and how big data can enable informed decision-making for cost control and cost planning. The authors’ combined professional and academic experience demonstrates, with practical examples, the importance of using BIM and par- ticularly the fusion of BIM and big data, to sharpen competitiveness in global and domestic markets.


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Content :
  • 1 Introduction
  • 2 BIM theories and technologies
  • 3 BIM implementation strategies, prospects, and challenges
  • 4 Adopting BIM for cost management
  • 5 Case studies
  • 6 Big data for construction cost management
  • 7 Current challenges and future outlooks
  • 8 Good practices for adopting BIM for cost management
  • 9 The future of BIM and big data in quantity surveying
  • 10 Conclusion


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Spreadsheet for plane frames, beams and trusses calculation

 Spreadsheet for plane frames, beams and trusses calculation 

Spreadsheet for plane frames, beams, and trusses calculation. Finite Element Method for beam elements is used. After calculation, the program creates (recreates) several sheets: “Results”, “Graph” and (optional) - “Matrix”.
The “Results” sheet contains:
Nodal results (reactions and displacements at different base loads and load combinations)
Element results (extremal moments, axial and shear forces overall load combinations).







1800 Mechanical Movements, Devices and Appliances

1800 Mechanical Movements, Devices and Appliances 

Gardner D. Hiscox

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A fascinating compendium of early-20th-century mechanical devices, this expansive work ranges from basic hooks and levers to complex machinery used in steam, motive, hydraulic, air, and electric power, navigation, gearing, clocks, mining, and construction. More than 1,800 engravings include simple illustrations and detailed cross-sections.




Compiled as a ready reference for inventors, students of mechanics, artisans, and other workers, this volume features only minimal text. Its true value lies in its wealth of illustrated information, offering the quickest and most satisfactory method of conveying the exact conditions of mechanical action and construction.


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Excavations and Foundations in Soft Soils

Excavations and Foundations in Soft Soils 

Hans-Georg Kempfert

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The book is about soft soil engineering and is intended to serve the practicing as well as the research engineers. The planning, design, and construction of excavations and foundations in soft to very soft soils is always a difficult and challenging assignment to engineers. The authors have tried to address some of these problems and challenges in this book. Besides the state of the art of soft soils, the author's own research results and experiences from practical projects are presented in the book. Special emphasis is also given among others on the presentation of several case studies corresponding to each topic treated in the book as well as a summary of the experiences in the determination of soil parameters for finite element analysis of geotechnical problems. The book is illustrated by a wealth of photographs and diagrams. The reader is referred to chapter 1 for a general introduction to the content of the book, the motives, and the backgrounds of the book.


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Content :
  • Introduction
  • Material properties of soft soils
  • Constitutive soil models and soil parameters
  • Supported excavations in soft soil deposits
  • Shallow foundations on soft soils
  • Pile foundation
  • Soil stabilization with column-like elements


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Barry's Advanced Construction of Buildings

Barry's Advanced Construction of Buildings 

Stephen Emmitt

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In Barry’s Introduction to Construction of Buildings, we provided an introductory chapter that set out some of the basic requirements and conditions relevant to all building projects, regardless of size and complexity. In this volume the emphasis shifts from domestic to larger-scale buildings, primarily residential, commercial, and industrial buildings constructed with loadbearing frames. This is supported with information on fit-out and second fix, lifts and escalators, and off-site construction. Many of the principles and techniques set out in the introductory volume are, however, still appropriate to this volume. Similarly, many of the technologies described here are also used in smaller buildings. Thus we would urge readers to consult both volumes of the Barry series. In this introductory chapter, we start to address some additional, yet related, issues, again with the aim of providing some context to the chapters that follow.


Barry's Advanced Construction of Buildings



Content :
  • introduction
  • Scaffolding, Façade Retention and Demolition
  • Ground Stability, Foundations and Substructures
  • Single-Storey Frames, Shells and Lightweight Coverings
  • Structural Steel Frames
  • Structural Concrete Frames
  • Cladding and Curtain Wall Construction
  • Prefabrication and Off-Site Production
  • Lifts and Escalators
  • Fit Out and Second Fix
  • Building Obsolescence and Revitalisation


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Structural Steel Takeoff Sheet

 Structural Steel Takeoff Sheet 

The structural steel takeoff sheets are utilized to compute structural steel erection, miscellaneous-steel work activities, steel decking, and siding installation, rebar placement, pre-engineered building assembly, and pricing contract change orders as well as other steel associated construction work activities by applying some in-built formulas.
This spreadsheet is ideal to streamline the bidding process for structural steel.
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Principles of Applied Civil Engineering Design

Principles of Applied Civil Engineering Design

Ying-Kit Choi

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This book may also be helpful to owners of civil engineering projects. Whereas it is the responsibility of the design engineer to provide all necessary technical services from the inception of a project to its completion, the owner still plays a significant role. His or her responsibilities include funding and financing design and construction; applying for necessary permits and interacting with regulatory agencies; managing the performance of the engineer; establishing project design criteria and requirements; participating in the development of the construction bid schedule for measurement and payment; and managing the financial aspect and performance of the contractor during construction, including progress payments, change orders, and claims.


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Content :
  • Objectives and Approach
  • Design and Construction Documents
  • Characterization of Project Site
  • CONSTRUCTION DRAWINGS
  • TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
  • COST ESTIMATING


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MATLAB Machine Learning Recipes: A Problem-Solution Approach

MATLAB Machine Learning Recipes: A Problem-Solution Approach 

Michael Paluszek

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Machine learning is a field in computer science where data are used to predict, or respond to, future data. It is closely related to the fields of pattern recognition, computational statistics, and artificial intelligence. The data may be historical or updated in real-time. Machine learning is important in areas such as facial recognition, spam filtering, and other areas where it is not feasible, or even possible, to write algorithms to perform a task. For example, early attempts at filtering junk emails had the user write rules to determine what was junk or spam. Your success depended on your ability to correctly identify the attributes of the message that would categorize an email as junk, such as a sender address or words in the subject, and the time you were willing to spend on tweaking your rules.

MATLAB Machine Learning Recipes: A Problem-Solution Approach


Content :
  • An Overview of Machine Learning
  • Representation of Data for Machine Learning in MATLAB
  • MATLAB Graphics
  • Kalman Filters
  • Fuzzy Logic
  • Data Classification with Decision Trees
  • Introduction to Neural Nets
  • Classification of Numbers Using Neural Networks
  • Pattern Recognition with Deep Learning
  • Neural Aircraft Control
  • Multiple Hypothesis Testing
  • Autonomous Driving with Multiple Hypothesis Testing
  • Case-Based Expert Systems
  • A Brief History of Autonomous Learning


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