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Unique in perspective, approach, and coverage, this book is written specifically to introduce architectural, construction and civil engineering technicians to elementary engineering concepts, design principles, and practices. Using a practical, non-classical, non-calculus approach, it combines -- in one volume -- full coverage of the statics, strengths of materials, and building structure analysis/design concepts that technicians must master for the demands of today's changing workplace. Provides nearly 180 examples and over 200 supporting illustrations and photographs, including photos of buildings under construction and in sequence. Contains a very comprehensive set of tables of structural products and their properties. For anyone studying or interested in architectural technology, architectural engineering technology, structural technology, structural engineering technology, civil engineering technology, construction engineering technology, or construction management.
This text introduces elementary engineering concepts and design principles on an intermediate mathematics level (requiring knowledge of college algebra and righ-angle trigonometry). Coverage includes static equilibrium, deformation, strain, shear in beams, structural steel, design of open-web steel joists, and reinforced concrete beams and columns. Intended for architecture, construction, and civil engineering technical students at the college level. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.