Saturday, August 11, 2018

HANDBOOK OF CIVIL ENGINEERING CALCULATIONS By Tyler G. Hicks

HANDBOOK OF CIVIL ENGINEERING CALCULATIONS By Tyler G. Hicks


Contents:
Section 1. Structural Steel Engineering and Design
Section 2. Reinforced and Prestressed Concrete Engineering and Design
Section 3. Timber Engineering
Section 4. Soil Mechanics
Section 5. Surveying, Route Design, and Highway Bridges
Section 6. Fluid Mechanics, Pumps, Piping, and Hydro Power
Section 7. Water-Supply and Storm-Water System Design
Section 8. Sanitary Wastewater Treatment and Control
Section 9. Engineering Economics
Preface:
This handbook presents a comprehensive collection of civil engineering calculation procedures useful to practicing civil engineers, surveyors, structural designers, drafters, candidates for professional engineering licenses, and students. Engineers in other disciplines—mechanical, electrical, chemical, environmental, etc.—will also find this handbook useful for making occasional calculations outside their normal field of specialty. Each calculation procedure presented in this handbook gives numbered steps for performing the calculation, along with a numerical example illustrating the important concepts in the procedure. Many procedures include “Related Calculations” comments, which expand the application of the computation method presented. All calculation procedures in this handbook use both the USCS (United States Customary System) and the SI (System International) for numerical units. Hence, the calculation procedures presented are useful to engineers throughout the world.
Major calculation procedures presented in this handbook include stress and strain, flexural analysis, deflection of beams, statically indeterminate structures, steel beams and columns, riveted and welded
connections, composite members, plate girders, load and resistance factor design method (LRFD) for
structural steel design, plastic design of steel structures, reinforced and prestressed concrete engineering and design, surveying, route design, highway bridges, timber engineering, soil mechanics, fluid mechanics, pumps, piping, water supply and water treatment, wastewater treatment and disposal, hydro power, and engineering economics. Each section of this handbook is designed to furnish comprehensive coverage of the topics in it. Where there are major subtopics within a section, the section is divided into parts to permit in-depth coverage of each subtopic. Civil engineers design buildings, bridges, highways, airports, water supply, sewage treatment, and a variety of other key structures and facilities throughout the world. Because of the importance of such structures and facilities to the civilized world, civil engineers have long needed a handbook that would simplify and speed their daily design calculations. This handbook provides an answer to that need.

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