Field Engineer's Manual / Edition 3by Robert Parmley, Robert O. Parmley
Pub. Date: 09/24/2001
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Professional Publishing
As an engineer working in the field, you can't bring along a library of technical materials for every problem that might arise. You need a compact portable reference containing the wide range of technical data necessary to conduct preliminary surveys ...
THE ESSENTIAL POCKET REFERENCE FOR FIELD ENGINEERS--expanded, completely revised--and more useful than ever!
As an engineer working in the field, you can't bring along a library of technical materials for every problem that might arise. You need a compact portable reference containing the wide range of technical data necessary to conduct preliminary surveys ... solve field problems ... evaulate construction plans ... select building materials ... and deal with hundreds of other unpredictable situations.
For more than two decades, professional engineers, contractors, and project supervisors have turned to Parmley's FIELD ENGINEER'S MANUAL for instant access to reliable data on hydraulics
• erosion control
• construction materials
• sewage collection
• water supply and storage
• fire protection
• energy and fuels
• geology and soils
• athletic facilities and more.
Completely revised, this Third Edition includes new sections on sewage treatment, streets and roads, and rope tying, as well as expanded and updated coverage of field inspection, electricity, HVAC, surveying, drainage, safety and first aid, and much more.
Along with an attractive new layout that makes accessing information even easier, this complete working tool comes all-inclusive with over 400 illustrations, mathematical formulas, conversion tables, information on SI units, and a comprehensive cross-referenced index.
Table of Contents
Section One: Field InspectionSection Two: Mathematical Data and Formulas Section Three: General Conversion Tables Section Four: The Metric System of Units (SI) Section Five: Construction Materials and Data Section Six: Athletic Facilities Section Seven: Electrical Information Section Eight: Mechanical Forumlas and Data Section Nine: Heating, Ventilating, and Air Conditioning Section Ten: Structural Section Eleven: Welding Section Twelve: Surveying Section Thirteen: Drainage Section Fourteen: Streets and Roads Section Fifteen: Hydraulics Section Sixteen: Sewage Collection Section Seventeen: Sewage Treatment Section Eighteen: Water: Supply, Storage, and Fire Protection Section Nineteen: Geology and Soils Section Twenty: Energy and Fuels Section Twenty-One: Economics Section Twenty-Two: Locating Buried Pipe and Utilities Section Twenty-Three: Erosion Control Section Twenty-Four: Rope Splicing and Tying Section Twenty-Five: Safety and First Aid
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