Ying-Kit Choi details the guidelines, principles, and philosophy needed to produce design documents for heavy civil engineering projects.
Raymond Henn assembled comprehensive guidelines for the filling of voids for both soft ground and rock tunnels and shafts.
Henry Falvey compiles a comprehensive handbook on the hydraulic design of labyrinth spillways -- from theory to current practice -- and presents a state-of-the-art method for the effective design of labyrinth weirs.
Dean Herrin has created a visual sampler of America's nineteenth-century engineering and technology that illuminates the scope and variety of America's industrial transformation.
Steven G. Vick artfully weaves together three elements at the very core of engineering—uncertainties in knowledge, inductive reasoning, and individual expertise—to bring new meaning to these concepts for anyone making decisions in the fields of engineering, science, or technology.