Stress, Strain, and Structural Dynamics

Stress, Strain, and Structural Dynamics 

Bingen Yang

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Stress, Strain, and Structural Dynamics is a comprehensive and definitive reference to the statics and dynamics of solids and structures, including mechanics of materials, structural mechanics, elasticity, rigid-body dynamics, vibrations, structural dynamics, and structural controls. This text integrates the development of fundamental theories, formulas, and mathematical models with user-friendly interactive computer programs, written in the powerful and popular MATLAB. This unique merger of technical referencing and interactive computing allows the instant solution of a variety of engineering problems, and in-depth exploration of the physics of deformation, stress, and motion by analysis, simulation, graphics, and animation.




Content :
  • Static Analysis of Euler-Bernoulli Beams 
  • Static Analysis of Bars 
  • Shafts and Strings
  • Buckling Analysis of Columns
  • Stress Analysis in Two-Dimensional Problems
  • Static Analysis of Constrained Multispan Beams
  • Static Analysis of Plane Trusses
  • Static Analysis of Plane Frames
  • Dynamics of Particles and Rigid Bodies
  • Vibration Analysis of One-Degree-of-Freedom Systems
  • Vibration and Control of Multiple-Degree-of-Freedom Systems
  • Dynamics and Control of Euler-Bernoulli Beams
  • Dynamic Analysis of Bars, Shafts, and Strings
  • Dynamic Analysis of Constrained, Combined
  • and Stepped Beams; Static Analysis of Linearly Elastic Bodies; 
  • Free Vibration of Membranes and Plates


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Civil Engineering Materials

Civil Engineering Materials 

Nagaratnam Sivakugan

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Prepare your students for today's civil engineering challenges, providing them with a broad overview of the materials they will use as civil engineers in their studies and careers. CIVIL ENGINEERING MATERIALS not only covers traditional materials, such as concrete, steel, timber, and soils but also explores non-traditional materials, such as synthetics and industrial-by products. Numerous practical examples and straight-forward explanations help your students gain a full understanding of the characteristics and behavior of various materials, how they interact, and how to best utilize and combine traditional and non-traditional materials. While emphasizing the use of civil engineering materials, the authors also carefully address the important issues related to sustainability to give students a broader context of how materials are used in contemporary applications.




Content :
  • 1. Engineering Behavior Of Materials
  • 2. Chemistry Of Materials. Introduction.
  • 3. Soils. 
  • 4. Rocks.
  • 5. Aggregates
  • 6. Geosynthetics
  • 7. Asphalt Cement And Hot Mix Asphalt Concrete.
  • 8. Cement And Concrete.
  • 9. Metals And Alloys.
  • 10. Steel.
  • 11. Polymers, Ceramics, And Composites.
  • 12. Wood
  • 13. Sustainable Use Of Construction Materials


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Deep Excavations: A practical Manual

Deep Excavations: A Practical Manual 

Malcolm Puller

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This book assembles the practical rules and details for the efficient and economical execution of deep excavations. It draws together a wealth of experience of both design and construction from published work and the lifetime practice of the author. This second edition is extensively revised to include changes in design emphasis including those due to Eurocode 7 and descriptions of the latest equipment, construction techniques, and geotechnical processes. Additional details include those of the latest piling and diaphragm wall equipment and innovations in top-down construction applied to basements and cut-and-cover works.




Content :
  • 1. Introduction
  • 2. The control of groundwater
  • 3. Open excavation: side slopes and soil retention
  • 4. Vertical soil support: wall construction
  • 5. Design of vertical soil support
  • 6. Cofferdam construction
  • 7. Cofferdam design
  • 8. Basement construction and design
  • 9. cut-and-cover construction
  • 10. Shafts and caissons: construction and design
  • 11. Soil movement due to deep excavations
  • Appendix: Selection of typical soil parameters and correlations for initial design purposes


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Fundamentals of Structural Geology

Fundamentals of Structural Geology 

David D. Pollard

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Fundamentals of Structural Geology provides a new framework for the investigation of geological structures by integrating field mapping and mechanical analysis. It emphasizes the observational data, modern mapping technology, principles of continuum mechanics, and the mathematical and computational skills, necessary to map, describe, model, and explain deformation in the Earth’s lithosphere quantitatively. Assuming a basic knowledge of physical geology, introductory calculus, and physics, this advanced textbook builds on more traditional courses that emphasize descriptive terminology, geometric techniques, and kinematics. In a significant departure from conventional textbooks on the subject, differential geometry is introduced and applied to quantify descriptions of geological structures. Differential geometry integrates the spatial information conventionally found on maps with orientation data from stereograms to provide reproducible descriptions of geological structures.




Content :
  • Motivations and opportunities
  • Structural mapping techniques and tools
  • Characterizing structures using differential geometry
  • Physical quantities, fields, dimensions, and scaling
  • Deformation and flow
  • Force, traction, and stress
  • Conservation of mass and momentum
  • Elastic deformation
  • Brittle behavior
  • Viscous flow
  • Rheological behavior
  • Model development and methodology


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Handbook of Machining and Metalworking Calculations

Handbook of Machining and Metalworking Calculations 

Ronald A. Walsh

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This handbook contains most of the basic and advanced calculation procedures required for machining and metalworking applications. This calculation procedure should be performed on a modern pocket calculator in order to save time and reduce or eliminate errors while improving accuracy. Correct bracketing procedures are required when entering equations into the pocket calculator, and it is for this reason that I recommend the selection of a calculator that shows all entered data on the calculator display and that can be scrolled. That type of calculator will allow you to scroll or review the entered equation and check for proper bracketing sequences, prior to pressing “ENTER” or =. If the bracketing sequences of an entered equation are incorrect, the calculator will indicate “Syntax error,” or give an incorrect solution to the problem. Examples of proper bracketing for entering equations in the pocket calculator are shown in Chap. 1 and in Chap. 11, where the complex four-bar linkage is analyzed and explained.




Content :
  • 1 Mathematics For Machinists And Metalworkers
  • 2 Mensuration Of Plane And Solid Figures
  • 3 Layout Procedures For Geometric Figures
  • 4 Measurement And Calculation Procedures For Machinists
  • 5 Formulas And Calculations For Machining Operations
  • 6 Formulas For Sheet Metal Layout And Fabrication
  • 7 Gear And Sprocket Calculations
  • 8 Ratchets And Cam Geometry
  • 9 Bolts, Screws, And Thread Calculations
  • 10 Spring Calculations—die And Standard Types
  • 11 Mechanisms, Linkage Geometry, And Calculations
  • 12 Classes Of Fits For Machined Parts—calculations


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Hydraulics of Open Channel Flow

Hydraulics of Open Channel Flow 

Richard F. Fellows

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The Modern Construction Handbook has become a building construction classic and is used as a textbook in many courses. Its systematic approach with chapters on materials, walls, roofs, construction, and environment offers a clear and efficient orientation. Digital fabrication techniques are included as well (complementing traditional production processes) and presented in an instructional book for the first time. The third edition has been thoroughly updated and now provides More information more annotation of drawings, more text on the page. The updated future chapter with more emerging construction techniques. Updated essays on construction in the introduction Chapter 1. Mote technical data in the Materials Chapter. The content in this third edition has been completely reworked which makes it an even more valuable companion for students and young practitioners!"




Content :
  • 1 - Introduction
  • 2 - Fundamental equations
  • 3 - Applications of the Bernoulli equation to open channel flows
  • 4 - Applications of the momentum principle: hydraulic jump, surge and flow resistance in open channels
  • 5 - Uniform flows and gradually varied flows
  • 6 - Introduction to sediment transport in open channels
  • 7 - Sediment transport and sediment properties
  • 8 - Inception of sediment motion – occurrence of bedload motion
  • 9 - Inception of suspended-load motion
  • 10 - Sediment transport mechanisms: 1. Bed-load transport
  • 11 - Sediment transport mechanisms: 2. Suspended-load transport
  • 12 - Sediment transport capacity and total sediment transport
  • 13 - Summary of basic hydraulic principles
  • 15 - Numerical modeling of steady open channel flows: backwater computations
  • 16 - Unsteady open channel flows: 1. Basic equations
  • 17 - Unsteady open channel flows: 2. Applications
  • 18 - Introduction to the design of hydraulic structures
  • 19 - Design of weirs and spillways
  • 20 - Design of drop structures and stepped cascades
  • 21 - Culvert design


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Geotechnical Engineering Calculations and Rules of Thumb, Second Edition

Geotechnical Engineering Calculations and Rules of Thumb 

Rajapakse, Ruwan Abey

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Geotechnical Engineering Calculations and Rules of Thumb, Second Edition, offers geotechnical, civil and structural engineers a concise, easy-to-understand approach to selecting the right formula and solving even the most difficult calculations in geotechnical engineering. A "quick lookup guide", this book places formulas and calculations at the reader’s fingertips. In this book, theories are explained in a "nutshell" and then the calculation is presented and solved in an illustrated, step-by-step fashion. In its first part, the book covers the fundamentals of Geotechnical Engineering: Soil investigation, condition, and theoretical concepts.




Content :
  • Part 1: Geotechnical Engineering Fundamentals
  • Part 2: Shallow Foundations
  • Part 3: Earth Retaining Structures
  • Part 4: Geotechnical Engineering Strategies
  • Part 5: Pile Foundations


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Industrial Motion Control: Motor Selection, Drives, Controller Tuning, Applications

Industrial Motion Control: Motor Selection, Drives, Controller Tuning, Applications 

Hakan Gürocak

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Over the past couple of decades, the academic community has made significant advances in developing educational materials and laboratory exercises for fundamental mechatronics and controls education. Students learn mathematical control theory, board-level electronics, interfacing, and microprocessors supplemented with educational laboratory equipment. As new mechanical and electrical engineering graduates become practicing engineers, many are engaged in projects where knowledge of industrial motion control technology is an absolute must since industrial automation is designed primarily around specialized motion control hardware and software.




Content :
  • 1 Introduction 
  • 2 Motion Profile
  • 3 Drive-Train Design
  • 4 Electric Motors
  • 5 Sensors and Control Devices
  • 6 AC Drives
  • 7 Motion Controller Programming and Applications
  • Appendix A Overview of Control Theory


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The Analysis of Irregular Shaped Structures Diaphragms and Shear Walls

The Analysis of Irregular Shaped Structures Diaphragms and Shear Walls 

Robert Rice

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Residential and commercial buildings have become more complex than structures built only a few decades ago. Horizontal and vertical offsets in the diaphragms, multiple reentrant corners, multiple irregularities, and fewer vertical lateral- force-resisting elements are commonplace. The structural configurations of many modern buildings require very complex lateral load paths. Most texts and publications available today only address simple rectangular diaphragms and shear walls. Methods of analysis for these simpler diaphragms and shear walls do not easily adapt to complex diaphragms and shear wall layouts in irregular shaped structures.




Content :
  • 1 Code Sections and Analysis
  • 2 Diaphragm Basics
  • 3 Diaphragms With End Horizontal Offsets
  • 4 Diaphragms With Intermediate Offsets
  • 5 Diaphragms With Openings
  • 6 Open Front and Cantilever Diaphragms
  • 7 Diaphragms With Vertical Offsets
  • 8 Complex Diaphragms With Combined Openings and Offsets
  • 9 Standard Shear Walls
  • 10 Shear Walls With Openings
  • 11 Discontinuous Shear Walls
  • 12 Horizontally Offset Shear Walls
  • 13 The Portal Frame
  • 14 Rigid Moment-Resisting Frame Walls: The Frame Method of Analysis


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Design of wood structures ASD/LRFD

Design of wood structures ASD/LRFD 

Donald Breyer

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The purpose of this book is to introduce engineers, technologists, and architects to the design of wood
structures. It is designed to serve either as a text for a course in timber design or as a reference for systematic self-study of the subject.
The book will lead the reader through the complete design of a wood structure (except for the foundation).
The sequence of the material follows the same general order that it would in actual design:
1. Vertical design loads and lateral forces
2. Design for vertical loads (beams and columns)
3. Design for lateral forces (horizontal diaphragms and shearwalls)
4. Connection design (including the overall tying together of the vertical- and lateral-force-resisting systems)




Content :
  • Ch. 1. Wood Buildings and Design Criteria
  • Ch. 2. Design Loads
  • Ch. 3. The behavior of Structures under Loads and Forces
  • Ch. 4. Properties of Wood and Lumber Grades
  • Ch. 5. Structural Glued Laminated Timber
  • Ch. 6. Beam Design
  • Ch. 7. Axial Forces and Combined Bending and Axial Forces
  • Ch. 8. Wood Structural Panels
  • Ch. 9. Diaphragms
  • Ch. 10. Shearwalls
  • Ch. 11. Wood Connections—Background
  • Ch. 12. Nailed and Stapled Connections
  • Ch. 13. Bolts, Lag Bolts, and Other Connectors
  • Ch. 14. Connection Details and Hardware
  • Ch. 15. Diaphragm-to-Shearwall Anchorage
  • Ch. 16. Advanced Topics in Lateral Force Design


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CNC Machining Handbook: Building, Programming, and Implementation

CNC Machining Handbook: Building, Programming, and Implementation 

Alan Overby

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Using CNC, whether on a professional or hobbyist level, is not only an exciting process to be involved in but is also the direction manufacturing is heading. There are a great many facets and stages involved in the end-to-end process of understanding and implementing CNC, and, although there have been several books published on specific aspects or topics (such as G-code programming, building a CNC machine, etc.), there have been no books written that guide the reader through the overall process, that is, until now. It is not the intent of this book to replace any previously written information on this topic nor to delve into any particular area. However, by the time readers finish reading this book, they will have a solid understanding of the entire CNC process from a top-down end-to-end perspective.




Content :
  • CNC Machines
  • Guide Systems
  • Transmission Systems
  • Motors
  • Controller Hardware
  • Control Software
  • The Cartesian Coordinate System
  • CAD and Graphics
  • CAM Software
  • Choosing a Ready-Made CNC System
  • Building Your Own CNC Plasma Table


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Analysis of Structures on Elastic Foundations

Analysis of Structures on Elastic Foundations 

Tsudik, Edward

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Analysis of structures and structural elements, supported on soil, requires the knowledge of the properties of the structure, as well as the properties of the soil. While properties of structural materials of the foundation and superstructure are usually well known, obtaining the soil’s properties and, especially, evaluating the soil’s behavior under applied loads, is very difficult. Various soils react differently to applied loads and, like any bearing material, produce under the same load's different settlements and different stresses. A wide variety of soil and its properties as well as various complex soil conditions require soil investigation and testing in each case. Analysis of beams, plates, walls, frames, and other structures supported on elastic foundations is usually performed by modeling the soil; in other words, by replacing the soil with material that behaves under applied loads like the given real soil.




Content :
  • Soils and Soil Models
  • Analytical Methods of Analysis of Finite Beams on Winkler Foundation
  • Simplified Analysis of Beams and Frames on Winkler Foundation
  • Analysis of Beams on Elastic Half-Space
  • Analysis of Beams on Elastic Half-Space, Plane Strain Analysis
  • Numerical Analysis of Beams Supported on Elastic Half-Space and Elastic Layer
  • Simplified Analysis of Mat Foundations
  • Numerical Analysis of Mat Foundations
  • Analysis of Circular Plates on Elastic Foundation
  • Special Structures on Elastic Foundation


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Design of Buildings for Wind

Design of Buildings for Wind 

Emil Simiu

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For most common types of structures, standard provisions on wind loads are in principle adequate for design purposes. The ASCE 7-10 Standard, among other standards, has incorporated a great deal of wind engineering knowl- edge accumulated within the last half-century. However, because the Standard has been developed by successive accretions, not always smoothly, its previ- ous versions have been perceived by some practitioners as complicated and unwieldy. In an effort to respond to the demand for a clearer document, the ASCE 7-10 version of the Standard has been substantially expanded and revised. However, difficulties remain.




Content :
  • 1 Overview
  • 2 Asce 7-10 Wind Loading Provisions 
  • 3 Regular And Simplified Approach: Risk Category, Basic Wind Speed, Enclosure, Exposure, Topographic Factor
  • 4 Regular Approach: Steps Common To All Buildings/other Structures (Mwfrs And C&c)
  • 5 Regular Approach: Buildings, Parapets, Overhangs (‘‘directional’’ Procedure), Movers
  • 6 Regular Approach: Low-rise Buildings, Parapets, Overhangs (‘‘envelope’’ Procedure), Mwfrs 
  • 7 Regular Approach: Structures Other Than Buildings, Mwfrs
  • 8 Simplified Approach: Enclosed Simple Diaphragm Buildings, Parapets, Overhangs (Mwfrs)
  • 9 Regular And Simplified Approaches: C&c
  • 10 Atmospheric Circulations
  • 11 The Atmospheric Boundary Layer
  • 12 Extreme Wind Speeds And Wind-induced Effects 
  • 13 Bluff Body Aerodynamics Basics; Aerodynamic Testing
  • 14 Structural Dynamics
  • 15 Aeroelasticity
  • 16 Structural Reliability Under Wind Loading
  • 17 Loss Estimation
  • 18 Rigid Buildings
  • 19 Tall Buildings


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Electric Motors and Control Systems, Second Edition

Electric Motors and Control Systems, Second Edition 

Frank D. Petruzella

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This book has been written for a course of study that will introduce the reader to a broad range of motor types and control systems. It provides an overview of electric motor operation, selection, installation, control, and maintenance. Every effort has been made to present the most up-to-date information, reflecting the current needs of the industry. The broad-based approach taken makes this text viable for a variety of motor and control system courses. Content is suitable for colleges, technical institutions, and vocational/technical schools as well as apprenticeship and journeymen training. Electrical apprentices and journeymen will find this book to be invaluable because of National Electrical Code references as well as information on maintenance and troubleshooting techniques. Personnel involved in motor maintenance and repair will find the book to be a useful reference text.




Content :
  • Safety in the Workplace
  • Understanding Electrical Drawings
  • Motor Transformers and Distribution Systems
  • Motor Control Devices
  • Electric Motors
  • Contactors and Motor Starters
  • Relays
  • Motor Control Circuits
  • Motor Control Electronics
  • Adjustable-Speed Drives and PLC Installations


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Engineering geology

Engineering geology

S. K. Duggal

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Because of structural failures in the past few decades, the importance of engineering geology has increased manifold for civil engineers. Considering the rate at which infrastructure development is taking place, site selection, planning and safe and sound construction of civil engineering projects, therefore, needs an in-depth knowledge of engineering geology. This book deals with both the principles as well as practices of engineering geology. The aim of the book is to provide input regarding most of the frontier areas of geology.




Content :
  • Engineering Geology: An Introduction
  • The Earth—Its Origin and Properties
  • Magma
  • Mineralogy
  • Rocks I: Igneous Rocks
  • Rocks II: Sedimentary Rocks
  • Rocks III: Metamorphic Rocks
  • Rock Deformations
  • Engineering Structures and Geological Investigations
  • Natural Agencies and Landforms
  • Earthquake
  • Landslides
  • Groundwater
  • Geophysical Investigations
  • Remote Sensing, Global Positioning System, and Geographic Information System
  • Geological and Geomechanical Laboratory Investigations


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Principles of Transportation Engineering

Principles of Transportation Engineering 

Partha Chakroborty

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This book is designed to serve as a comprehensive text for undergraduate as well as first-year master’s students of civil engineering in India. Now, in the second edition, the book incorporates a thorough revision and extension of topics covered in the previous edition. In order to keep the treatment focused, the emphasis is on roadways (highways) based transportation systems.




Content :
  • 1. Introduction
  • 2. Properties Of Traffic Engineering Elements
  • 3. Highway Geometric Design
  • 4. Traffic Flow
  • 5. Design Of Traffic Facilities
  • 6. Public Transportation Systems
  • 7. Capacity Of Transit Systems
  • 8. Transportation Planning Process
  • 9. Transportation Demand Analysis
  • 10. Pavement Materials And Characterization
  • 11. Pavement Analysis
  • 12. Pavement Design
  • 13. Highway Construction
  • 14. Highway Maintenance
  • 15. Highway Economics And Finance


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Structural Optimization Dynamic and Seismic Applications

Structural Optimization Dynamic and Seismic Applications 

Cheng, Franklin Y.,

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The major challenge in today’s structural engineering is to design better structures with an integrated approach and consideration of lower cost and required performance against damaging effects of dynamic forces and earthquakes. Structural optimization is based on rigorous mathematical formulation and computation algorithms for sizing structural elements and synthesizing systems. The book is a comprehensive presentation of optimization strategies currently in vogue and provides sufficient examples on how to use these theories for designing elements and systems. A specific emphasis is given to dynamic loads, in particular, seismic forces.




Content :
  • 1. Introduction to Structural Optimization  
  • 2. Fundamentals of Linear Programming  
  • 3. Linear Programming Optimization of Elastic Structural Systems  
  • 4. Introduction to Nonlinear Programming  
  • 5. Optimization of Rigid Frames  
  • 6. Gradient-Based Search Techniques  
  • 7. Energy Distribution for Optimality Criterion  
  • 8. Generalized Optimality Criteria Approach  
  • 9. Generalized Optimality Criteria Applied to Statically and Dynamically Loaded Structural Systems  
  • 10. Generalized Optimality Criteria Techniques  
  • 11. Nondeterministic Structural Optimization and Parametric Assessments  
  • 12. Multiobjective Optimization with Genetic Algorithm


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Heat Transfer Calculations

Heat Transfer Calculations 

Myer Kutz

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Heat-Transfer Calculations opens with eight brief industrial heat-transfer calculations. While they are short, especially when compared to the calculations that make up the bulk of this handbook, these opening calculations are not trivial. And they deal with real life, which is the hallmark of the calculations throughout the book: A chemical processing technology that needs a thinner liquid film coating for better adhesive properties of a new product A new passive method of cooling an electronic assembly that uses a closed-loop thermosyphon During the casting of an industrial metal component, a more efficient gating and risering system that minimizes the amount of metal poured to produce a good casting




Content :
  • Part 1: Introductory Calculations
  • Part 2: Steady-State Calculations
  • Part 3: Transient and Cyclic Calculations
  • Part 4: Heat-Transfer-Coefficient Determination
  • Part 5: Tubes, Pipes, and Ducts
  • Part 6: Heat Exchangers
  • Part 7: Fluidized Beds
  • Part 8: Parameter and Boundary Estimation
  • Part 9: Temperature Control
  • Part 10: Thermal Analysis and Design
  • Part 11: Economic Optimization


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Electricity 3: Power Generation and Delivery

Electricity 3: Power Generation and Delivery 

Jeffrey J. Keljik

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The tenth edition of ELECTRICITY 3 has been updated to provide more topics and concepts to better reflect the current workplace. At the same time, the text has retained the features and style of previous editions that have made it so popular. The text introduces the concepts of power generation and distribution. The material is broken down into short segments that concentrate on specific concepts or applications of particular types of equipment. The detailed explanations are written in easy-to-understand language and concisely present the needed information. Many illustrations and photographs help provide the technical understanding and real-world references. This type of explanation and application better prepares the student to perform effectively on the job in installing, troubleshooting, repairing, and servicing electrical power generation and delivery.






Content :
  • 1 Operating Principles of Dc Generators
  • 2 Separately Excited Dc Generator 
  • 3 Self-excited Shunt Generator 
  • 4 Compound-wound Dc Generator
  • 5 Summary Review of Units 1–4 
  • 6 Single-phase Ac Generation Principles
  • 7 Introduction to Polyphase Circuits
  • 8 Three-phase Wye Connection
  • 9 Three-phase Delta Connection
  • 10 Summary Review of Units 6–9
  • 11 Three-phase Alternators
  • 12 Engine-driven Generating Sets
  • 13 Operation of Three-phase Alternators
  • 14 Wiring for Alternators
  • 15 Alternative Power Sources
  • 16 Summary Review of Units 11–15
  • 17 Transformer Basics
  • 18 Single-phase Transformers
  • 19 Single-phase, Three-wire Secondary System
  • 20 Single-phase Transformers Connected
  • In Delta and Open Delta
  • 21 Single-phase Transformers Connected in Wye Systems
  • 22 Alternate Wye and Delta Connections of Transformers
  • 23 Instrument Transformers
  • 24 Three-phase Transformers, Power Relaying, and Monitoring
  • 25 Transformer Installations and the National Electrical Code® 
  • 26 Summary Review of Units 17–25


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Analysis, Design and Construction of Foundations

Analysis, Design and Construction of Foundations 

Yung Ming Cheng

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Analysis, Design, and Construction of Foundations outline methods for analysis and design of the construction of shallow and deep foundations with particular reference to case studies in Hong Kong and China, as well as a discussion of the methods used in other countries. It introduces the main approaches used by geotechnical and structural engineers, and the precautions required for planning, design, and construction of foundation structures. Some computational methods and computer programs are reviewed to provide tools for performing a more realistic analysis of foundation systems.




Content :
  • 1 Introduction to geotechnical analysis, site investigation, and in-situ tests
  • 2 Ultimate limit state analysis of shallow foundations
  • 3 Serviceability limit state of shallow foundation
  • 4 Analysis and design of footing, raft foundation, and pile cap
  • 5 Excavation and lateral support system (ELS)
  • 6 Pile engineering
  • 7 Slope stability analysis and stabilisation


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