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15251

Basic Principles of Plates and Slabs

for Safer and More Cost Effective Structures

 

Whittles Publishing, 2005.

ISBNs 9781870325448 9781680153835

Colección: Knovel


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14508

Basic Science Concepts and Applications for Wastewater

 

American Water Works Association (AWWA) , 2003.

ISBNs 9781583212905 9781628703191

Colección: Knovel


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11669

Basic Structural Theory

 

Cambridge University Press, 2008.

ISBNs 9780521897945 9780511403125

Colección: Knovel


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15084

Basics of Blast Resilient Design of Concrete Frame Buildings

 

Knovel, 2011.

ISBNs 9781680151985

Colección: Knovel


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14970

Benchmarking Lighting Design Software

CIBSE TM28/00

 

CIBSE, 2000.

ISBNs 9781680150063

Colección: Knovel


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13107

Best Practices in Accelerated Construction Techniques

(NCHRP Project 20-68A Scan 07-02)

 

Transportation Research Board, 2009.

Colección: Knovel

Resumen (en inglés): This 2009 scan focuses on construction operations and management practices to accelerate the delivery of construction projects. Visiting five states from the East to West Coasts, the scan team sought information from DOT staff and contractors on practices that accelerate project construction. The team visited with transportation leaders in: 1. Jacksonville and Pensacola, Florida; 2. Birmingham and Montgomery, Alabama; 3. Houston, Texas; 4. Salt Lake City, Utah; and 5. Sacramento and Oakland, California. Transportation agency representatives, contractors, suppliers, and engineering consultants having accelerated project experience shared their viewpoints and knowledge at meetings with the scan team. The team then evaluated these practices for their potential application by other transportation agencies. The team found that, for every project examined, the primary factor leading to success was a spirited effort of partnership and collaboration between the DOT and the contractor, together with a supportive design and/or design process.


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13108

Best Practices in Bridge Management Decision-Making

(NCHRP Project 20-68A Scan 07-05)

 

Transportation Research Board, .

Colección: Knovel

Resumen (en inglés): This report is a domestic scan focusing on practices among U.S. transportation departments (DOT) for identification, prioritization, and execution of programs for management of highway bridges. The scan includes reviews of DOT manuals, guidelines, and policy statements; a collection of responses to amplifying questions from DOTs; and travel to seven sites for meetings with DOT staff. The most detailed information was collected from 13 DOTs that participated in meetings with the scan team. Document review includes input from 11 other DOTs. All sources are state or local government agencies of the United States. The scan team observed that certain practices in current use in bridge maintenance are effective in improving overall bridge conditions. These key observations/findings are divided into three main categories: the bridge management process, preventive maintenance, and agency support. The first of these categories, the bridge management process, further touches upon four elements of an effective process: identification of maintenance needs, performance measures, prioritization, and verification. State departments of transportation were either visited, or information was obtained from them via questionnaires.


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13109

Best Practices in Winter Maintenance

(NCHRP Project 20-68A Scan 07-03)

 

Transportation Research Board, .

Colección: Knovel

Resumen (en inglés): The purpose of the Winter Maintenance Scanning Tour was to seek out and observe the progress that state and local highway agencies are making in advancing today’s technology in the area of winter roadway maintenance. While this was the first tour in the United States, it was tailored after three previous scanning tours that had been conducted in European and Asian countries in 1994, 1998, and 2002. Much of what had been learned from these earlier international scans had become a new benchmark to several U.S. counterparts, inspiring them to pursue similar advances. The Winter Maintenance Scan was conducted from March 25 to April 7, 2009. The scanning team visited Minnesota, Colorado, Utah, Indiana, and Virginia. The focus areas included: 1. Maintenance Decision Support Systems (MDSSs); 2. Automatic Vehicle Location (AVL) Systems; 3. Equipment Technologies; 4. Training and Development; 5. Management Issues; and 6. Integration of Weather, Traffic, and Maintenance Operations. Best practices were examined, and recommendations were made based on the findings of the scanning tour.


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12949

Beyond Failure

Forensic Case Studies for Civil Engineers

 

American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE), 2009.

ISBNs 9780784409732 9780784472286

Colección: Knovel


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14156

Biaxial/Multiaxial Fatigue and Fracture

 

Elsevier, 2003.

ISBNs 9780080441290 9780080527819

Colección: Knovel


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