Wright takes readers on a tour of Tipon's canals, plazas, aqueducts, and fountains—infrastructure that transformed a remote mountainside into a true engineering marvel.
Walter Wunderlich introduces readers to the field of probability theory and its applications in engineering.
Tung and Yen focus the application of uncertainty analysis for more sustainable hydrosystem design and management.
Heather Silyn-Roberts provides practical, comprehensive advice on best practice for professional engineering communications that convey information to readers accurately and simply.
John Gaythwaite covers the design of marine structures for the berthing, mooring, and repair of vessels, including piers, wharves, bulkheads, quaywalls, dolphins, dry docks, floating docks, and various ancillary structures.
Mehta and Delahay walk practicing professionals through the complicated process of assessing wind loads on a variety of buildings and other structures as set forth in Standard ASCE 7-02.
Branco and deBrito provide complete coverage of concrete bridges from planning, design, repair, maintenance, and demolition, with a focus on small- and medium-size bridges.