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Structural Engineering New! New!

Damage to Concrete Structures Geert De Schutter Ghent University, Belgium

Unlike the more specialist books that deal with diagnosis techniques, non-destructive testing, repair and strengthening of concrete structures, or specific degradation mechanisms such as sulfate attack or alkali-silica reaction, Damage to Concrete Structures comprehensively describes and explains the different types of damage to concrete structures. It is written as a textbook for undergraduate and graduate students, and is also helpful to practitioners, including design engineers, architects, and consultants. • Gives a concise introduction and comprehensive overview of the damage to concrete structures • Includes numerous real-world examples • Serves as both a teaching text and a reference for professionals

Selected Contents Durability and service life Introduction. Durability and service life. Strategies and cost. Durable concrete. Practical durability approach. More advanced durability design. Inappropriate design Introduction. Inappropriate dimensions and detailing. Wrong estimation of loading. Inappropriate estimation of creep effects. Inappropriate mix design. Errors during casting

Introduction to Structural Analysis Displacement and Force Methods S.T. Mau California State University, Northridge, USA

“This book covers most important materials of a first course on structural analysis. It is organized logically, presented concisely and written well. Classical analysis methods and modern matrix stiffness methods are of good balance. ... a very readable textbook.” —Liang-Jenq Leu, Department of Civil Engineering, National Taiwan University

This indispensable textbook is designed to bridge the gap between engineering practice and education. Acknowledging that virtually all computer structural analysis programs are based on the matrix displacement method of analysis, the author begins with the displacement method and then introduces the force method of analysis. The book also shows how these methods are applied, particularly to trusses and to beams and rigid frames. Coverage includes influence lines, non-prismatic members, composite structures, and more. • Integrates classical and modern methodologies in problem solving • Explains complicated analysis using simplified methods and numerous examples • Provides an understanding of the underlying methodologies of finite element analysis • Includes a matrix operations tutorial and supplementary review notes as appendices

Introduction. Errors during proportioning. Inappropriate mixing. Aggressive substances within the mix. Wrong placement of reinforcement. Bad compaction and other problems during casting. Problems with formworks. Damage in plastic stage.

• Contains more than 500 illustrations to supplement the text

Actions during hardening

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Introduction. Autogenous shrinkage. Drying shrinkage. Thermal shrinkage. Actions during service Mechanical actions. Physical actions. Chemical actions. Reinforcement corrosion. Index Chapters include references. September 2012 204 pp., Soft Cover ISBN: 978-0-415-60388-1, £35.00

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Truss Analysis: Matrix Displacement Method. Truss Analysis: Force Method—Part I. Truss Analysis: Force Method—Part II. Beam and Frame Analysis: Force Method—Part I. Beam and Frame Analysis: Force Method—Part II. Beam and Frame Analysis: Force Method—Part III. Beam and Frame Analysis: Displacement Method—Part I. Beam and Frame Analysis: Displacement Method—Part II. Influence Lines. Other Topics. Appendices. April 2012, 328 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4665-0416-5, £82.00


Structural Engineering Reinforced and Prestressed Concrete Design to EC2


Dynamics of Structures

The Complete Process, Second Edition

Third Edition J. Humar Carleton University, Ottawa, Canada

This textbook offers comprehensive coverage of the analytical tools required to determine the dynamic response of structures. It examines a variety of analysis tools from the traditional to the most current. Of great practical use to civil, mechanical, and aeronautical engineering students, the book includes workable examples and exercises in each chapter. Topics covered include the formulation of the equations of motion using the principles of both vector mechanics and analytical mechanics, free vibration response, and determination of frequencies and mode shapes. The text also addresses forced vibration response to harmonic and general forcing functions, numerical integration of the equations of motion, frequency domain analysis, analysis of continuous systems, and wave propagation analysis.

Eugene O'Brien and Emma Sheils University College, Dublin, Ireland

Andrew Dixon Consulting Civil and Structural Engineer, Ireland

Fully revised to Eurocode 2, this second edition retains the original’s emphasis on qualitative understanding of the overall behavior of concrete structures. With a new chapter dedicated to case studies, worked examples, and exercise examples, it is an even more comprehensive guide to conceptual design, analysis, and detailed design of concrete structures, providing civil and structural engineering students with complete coverage of the analysis and design of reinforced and prestressed concrete structures. • Provides material updated to Eurocode 2

• Offers comprehensive coverage of numerical techniques

• Covers the whole process of structural analysis and design of concrete

• Presents material in a clear and accessible manner

• Contains multiple case studies and examples to guide students through the design process

• Includes a large number of illustrative examples and end-of-chapter exercises

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Part 1: Structural Loading and Qualitative Design: Fundamentals of Qualitative Design. Basic Layout of Concrete. Loads and Load Effects.

Introduction. Part 1: Formulation of the equations of motion: Single-degree-of-freedom systems. Formulation of the equations of motion: Multidegree-of-freedom systems. Principles of analytical mechanics. Part 2: Free vibration response: Singledegree-of-freedom system. Forced harmonic vibrations: Single-degree-of-freedom system. Response to general dynamic loading and transient response. ... Part 3: Free vibration response: Multi-degree-of-freedom system. Numerical solution of the eigenproblem. ... Part 4: Formulation of the equations of motion: Continuous systems. Continuous systems: Free vibration response. ... Part 5: Finite element method. Component mode synthesis. Analysis of nonlinear response. March 2012, 1058 pp. ISBN: 978-0-415-62086-4, £82.00


Part 2: Preliminary Analysis and Design: Fundamentals of Structural Analysis. Applications of Structural Analysis to Concrete Structures. Preliminary Sizing of Members. Case Studies. Part 3: Detailed Member Design: Design of Reinforced Concrete Members for Bending. Design of Prestressed Concrete Members for Bending. Combined Axial Force and Bending of Reinforced Concrete Members. Design for Shear and Torsion. Appendices. Hard Cover January 2012, 536 pp. ISBN: 978-0-415-57194-4, £99.00 Soft Cover January 2012, 536 pp. ISBN: 978-0-415-57195-1, £34.99

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Structural Engineering Concrete Structures

Principles of Structural Design

Stresses and Deformations: Analysis and Design for Sustainability, Fourth Edition

Wood, Steel, and Concrete Ram S. Gupta

A. Ghali and M. Elbadry

Roger Williams University, Bristol, Rhode Island, USA

University of Calgary, Canada

R. Favre Federal Institute of Technology, Lausanne, Switzerland

Praise for Previous Editions “This graduate level textbook is strongly recommended for practicing civil engineers and university level engineering libraries.” —

“... a highly recommendable book which I would like to see on the desk of every student because of its good didactic structure and in the hands of every practising engineer because of its general applicability.” —Beton und Stahlbetonbau

“... a well presented book with a well balanced content.” —International Journal of Fatigue

This comprehensively updated fourth edition has a new emphasis on designing for serviceability. • Offers interactive computer programs on the accompanying website • Contains 65 worked examples and more than 45 questions and answers • Includes new chapters on steel corrosion and fatigue

Selected Contents Creep and Shrinkage of Concrete and Relaxation of Steel. Stress and Strain of Uncracked Sections. Special Cases of Uncracked Sections and Calculation of Displacements. Time-dependent Internal Forces in Uncracked Structures: Analysis by the Force Method. Time-dependent Internal Forces in Uncracked Structures: Analysis by the Displacement Method. Analysis of Time-dependent Internal Forces with Conventional Computer Programs. Stress and Strain of Cracked Sections. Displacements of Cracked Members. Simplified Prediction of Deflections. Effects of Temperature. Control of Cracking. Corrosion of Steel Reinforcement. Analysis and Design for Fatigue. Design for Serviceability of Prestressed Concrete. Nonlinear Analysis of Plane Frames. Serviceability of Members Reinforced with Fibre Reinforced Polymers. Appendices.

Anyone involved with structural design must maintain a functional understanding of wood, steel, and concrete design principles. Covering all of these materials, this textbook provides a self-contained authoritative source that elaborates on current practices together with the code-connected fundamentals that other books often take for granted. Organized for ready reference, the text presents the LRFD approach for designing structural elements according to current codes. Written primarily for architecture and construction management students, it is equally suitable for those in civil and structural engineering programs. • Presents practices of structural designs in wood, steel, and concrete, using both SI and FPS units • Conforms to codes from American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE), International Building Codes (IBC), and the National Fire Protection Association’s International Code (NFPA) • Includes homework problems throughout • Provides numerous examples, case studies, and designs of completed model structures with respect to each type of building material

Selected Contents Design Loads. Design Criteria. Primary Loads: Dead Loads and Live Loads. Snow Loads. Wind Loads. Earthquake Loads. Wood Structures. Wood Specifications. Flexure and Axially Loaded Wood Structures. Wood Connections. Steel Structures. Tension Steel Members. Compression Steel Members. Flexural Steel Members. Combined Forces on Steel Members. Steel Connections. Reinforced Concrete Structures. Flexural Reinforced Concrete Members. Shear and Torsion in Reinforced Concrete. Compression and Combined Forces Reinforced Concrete Members. Appendices: General. Wood. Steel. Concrete. References. Bibliography. Index. August 2010, 488 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4200-7339-3, £80.99

September 2011, 672 pp. ISBN: 978-0-415-58561-3, £100.00

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Structural Engineering New!

Mechanics of Solids and Structures

Stresses in Beams, Plates, and Shells

Second Edition

Third Edition

Roger T. Fenner

Ansel C. Ugural

Imperial College London, UK

New Jersey Institute of Technology, Newark, USA

J.N. Reddy

“Ugural's book thoroughly explains how stresses in beam, plate, and shell structures can be predicted and analyzed.” —Mechanical Engineering

Noted for its practical, student-friendly approach to graduate-level mechanics, this textbook is considered one of the top references on the subject of elasticity and stress in construction. The author presents many examples and applications to review and support several foundational concepts. The more advanced concepts in elasticity and stress are analyzed and introduced gradually, accompanied by even more examples and engineering applications, in addition to numerous illustrations. Chapter problems are carefully arranged from the basic to the more challenging. The author covers computer methods, including FEA and computational/equation-solving software, and, in many cases, classical and numerical/computer approaches. • Offers explanations for any mathematics • Includes strong coverage of fundamentals, so that students can better understand the mechanics of plates and shells • Provides finite element applications throughout the text, to emphasize modern computer techniques • Demonstrates MathCAD programs in the appendix, to show computational software usage

Selected Contents Fundamentals: Basic Concepts. Stress Analysis of Simple Members. Plates: Elements of Plate-Bending Theory. Circular Plates. Rectangular Plates. Plates of Various Geometrical Forms. Numerical Methods. Anisotropic Plates. Plates Under Combined Lateral and In-Plane Loads. Large Deflections of Plates. Thermal Stresses in Plates. Shells: Membrane Stresses in Shells. Bending Stresses in Shells. Applications to Pipes, Tanks, and Pressure Vessels. Cylindrical Shells under General Loads. Appendices. Tables. Answers to Selected Problems. Name Index. Subject Index. August 2009, 596 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4398-0270-0, £89.00

Texas A&M University, College Station, USA

"Each topic is introduced in a careful and systematic manner, developing complexity gently, so that it nurtures and develops a joy for structural systems and the contemporary tools used to solve structural engineering challenges." —Professor Feargal Brennan, Cranfield University

A revision of a popular textbook, this volume emphasizes the development of analysis techniques from basic principles for a broad range of practical problems, including simple structures, pressure vessels, beams, and shafts. The book integrates numerical and computer techniques with programs for carrying out analyses, facilitating design, and solving the problems found at the end of each chapter. It also presents the underlying theory and traditional manual solution methods along with these techniques. This new second edition covers relationships between stress and strain, torsion, statically determinate systems, instability of struts and columns, and compatibility equations. • Contains color graphics and illustrations throughout • Presents balanced coverage of traditional mechanics and modern numerical/computer methods, including finite element analysis • Includes a new chapter on energy methods as applied to engineering mechanics • Prepares students for graduate-level work in engineering mechanics • Supplies numerous engineering examples, applications, and problems Solutions manual and additional resources available with qualifying course adoption

Selected Contents Introduction. Statically Determinate Systems. Relationships between Stress and Strain. Statically Indeterminate Systems. Bending of Beams: Moments, Forces, and Stresses. Bending of Beams: Deflections. Torsion. Instability and the Buckling of Struts and Columns. Transformations of Stress and Strain. Equilibrium and Compatibility Equations: Beams and Thick-Walled Cylinders. Energy Methods of Structural Mechanics. Appendices. Index. June 2012, 705 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4398-5814-1, £82.00


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Structural Engineering Structural Analysis A Unified Classical and Matrix Approach, Sixth Edition Amin Ghali and Tom G. Brown University of Calgary, Canada

Design of Structural Elements Concrete, Steelwork, Masonry and Timber Designs to British Standards and Eurocodes, Third Edition Chanakya Arya

Adam Neville

University College London, UK

Consultant Civil Engineer, UK

This third edition of a popular textbook is a concise single-volume introduction to the design of structural elements in concrete, steel, timber, masonry, and composites. It provides design principles and guidance in line with both British Standards and Eurocodes, current as of late 2007. Topics discussed include the philosophy of design, basic structural concepts, and material properties. After an introduction and overview of structural design, the book is conveniently divided into sections based on British Standards and Eurocodes.

This comprehensive textbook combines classical and matrix-based methods of structural analysis and develops them concurrently. The book reviews idealization of loads, anticipated deformations, deflected shapes, and bending moment diagrams. It also demonstrates how to idealize real three-dimensional structures into simplified models that can be analyzed with little or no calculation, or by more involved calculations using computers. Dynamic analysis, essential for structures subject to seismic ground motion, is further developed in this edition and in a code-neutral manner, and the book includes a new chapter on structural reliability analysis. • Presents material that is largely independent of codes of practice, and so international in use • Includes extensive problems, solutions, and worked examples • Provides computer programs on an accompanying website

Selected Contents Structural Analysis Modelling. Statically Determinate Structures. Introduction to the Analysis of Statically Indeterminate Structures. Force Method of Analysis. Displacement Method of Analysis. Use of Force and Displacement Methods. Strain Energy and Virtual Work. Determination of Displacements by Virtual Work. Important Energy Theorems. Displacement of Elastic Structures by Special Methods. Application of Force and Fisplacement Methods. Influence Lines for Beams, Frames Grids, Arches, and Trusses. Effects of Axial Forces on Flexural Stiffness. Analysis of ShearWall Structures. Method of Finite Differences. FiniteElement Method. Further Development of FiniteElement Method. Plastic Analysis of Continuous Beams and Frames. Yield-Line and Strip Methods for Slabs. Structural Dynamics and Seismic Analysis. Computer Analysis of Framed Structures. Implementation of Computer Analysis. Nonlinear Analysis. Structural Reliability Analysis. February 2009, 864 pp. ISBN: 978-0-415-77432-1, £100.00

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Understanding Structures An Introduction to Structural Analysis Mete A. Sozen Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana, USA

Toshikatsu Ichinose Nagoya Institute of Technology, Japan

An exploration of essential design and construction details of safe structures, this textbook explains how buildings and bridges resist gravity, wind, and earthquake loads. It spans elementary concepts, from force in trusses to bending of beams and the response of multi-story, multi-bay frames. Because simulation is critical to the design and construction of safe structures, this book features free access to GOYA software, which runs easily on JAVA-enabled systems. Developed by the authors to improve understanding of structures through repetition, GOYA enables readers to solve problems of increasing complexity with relative ease. July 2008, 368 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4200-6861-0, £69.99

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Geotechnical Engineering

Design Analysis in Rock Mechanics

Craig's Soil Mechanics Eighth Edition

Second Edition

J.A. Knappett and R.F. Craig

William G. Pariseau University of Utah, Salt Lake City, USA

University of Dundee, UK

Now in its eighth edition, this bestselling text continues to blend clarity of explanation with depth of coverage to present students with the fundamental principles of soil mechanics. From the foundations of the subject through to its application in practice, Craig’s Soil Mechanics provides an indispensable companion to undergraduate courses and beyond.

Features • Updated information in line with Eurocode 7 • Spreadsheets for calculations and design examples • Case studies, problems, and worked examples • Restructured into two major sections: basic concepts and theory, and design • Coverage of limit analysis techniques, in situ testing, and foundation systems • Additional material on seepage, soil stiffness, the critical state concept, and foundation design • An extensive companion website with innovative spreadsheet tools for tackling complex problems, digital datasets to accompany worked examples and problems, a password-protected solutions manual for lecturers, weblinks, extended case studies, and more

"Professor Pariseau has written a book that is perfectly suited to his undergraduate students. ... If you are in the market for a book that teaches the fundamentals of mining engineering, you will find this to be an excellent book for that purpose." —Kevin J. Hind, New Zealand Geomechanics News 83, June 2012

This comprehensive introduction to rock mechanics treats the basics of rock mechanics in a clear and straightforward manner and discusses important design problems in terms of the mechanics of materials. This extended second edition includes an additional chapter on rock bursts and bumps, a part on basic dynamics, and numerous additional examples and exercises throughout the chapters. Developed for a complete class in rock engineering, this textbook uniquely combines the design of surface and underground rock excavations • Contains example problems and a selection of homework problems at the end of each chapter • Builds on a foundation of mechanics of materials that almost all undergraduate engineers study • Presents material suitable for a variety of engineering disciplines concerned with rock excavation

Pedagogical Features

• Uses both metric and imperial units

• Learning outcomes and chapter summaries to give each chapter a clear storyline

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• Glossary of terms • Worked examples identified with grey tinted boxes • Further reading lists at the end of each chapter, annotated for students • End-of-chapter questions Solutions manual available with qualifying course adoption

Selected Contents Basic Characteristics of Soils. Seepage. Effective Stress. Consolidation. Soil Behaviour in Shear. Ground Investigation. In Situ Testing. Shallow Foundations. Deep Foundations. Advanced Foundation Topics. Retaining Structures. Stability of Self-Supporting Soil Masses. Illustrative Cases.

Selected Contents Introduction. Slope Stability. Shafts. Tunnels. Entries in Stratified Ground. Pillars in Stratified Ground. Three-Dimensional Excavations. Subsidence. Dynamic Phenomena. Appendix A: Background Literature. Appendix B: Mechanical Properties of Intact Rock and Joints. Appendix C: Rock Mass Classification Schemes for Engineering. Appendix D: Some Useful Formulas. September 2011, 698 pp. ISBN: 978-0-415-89339-8, £57.99

February 2012, 584 pp. ISBN: 978-0-415-56125-9, £85.00


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Geotechnical Engineering Geological Engineering Luis I. González de Vallejo Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain

Mercedes Ferrer Instituto Geológico y Minero de España, Madrid, Spain

“... a contribution to geotechnical engineering that will support and improve the teaching and application of engineering geology for years to come.” —Michael H. de Freitas, Reader Emeritus in Engineering Geology, Imperial College, London

A guide for developing integrated engineering solutions that take into account both ground conditions and environment, this extensively illustrated textbook examines geological engineering fundamentals, methods, applications, and geohazards. Covering topics such as site investigation, rock mechanics, and slope stability, it provides an extensive foundation in the basic concepts of soil mechanics and hydrogeology. CD with all illustrations available with qualifying course adoption January 2011, 700 pp. ISBN: 978-0-415-41352-7, £76.99

Soil Mechanics Fundamentals Isao Ishibashi

Single Piles and Pile Groups Under Lateral Loading Second Edition Lymon C. Reese University of Texas, Austin, USA

William F. Van Impe Laboratory of Geotechnics, Ghent University, Belgium

This second edition of this textbook has been extensively revised to suit the classroom setting. New features include homework problems with solutions presented in the student version of the software as well as new and updated case studies consistent with modern methods of the characterization of soil properties. The thrust of the book is a detailed presentation of methods of analysis for single piles and groups of piles under lateral loading. A CD containing simplified professional programs allows the reader to follow along with the case studies and mathematics in the text. January 2011, 532 pp. Pack, ISBN: 978-0-415-46988-3, £80.99

Introduction to Tunnel Construction David Chapman and Nicole Metje University of Birmingham, UK

Alfred Stärk

Old Dominion University, Norfolk, Virginia, USA

Beton- und Monierbau GmbH, Austria

Hemanta Hazarika

“Invaluable to recently graduated engineers and university students ... A comprehensive work that could well become the standard introductory text for early stage tunnellers, and could attract more engineers into tunnelling.”

Kyushu University, Japan

Comprehensive and introductory, this textbook covers all basic fundamental concepts of soil mechanics. It delineates how soil behaves, why it behaves that way, and the engineering significance of such behavior. The text explains the various behaviors of soils based on mathematics, physics, and chemistry in a simple but complete manner. The authors include essential engineering equations to emphasize the importance of fundamentals and 180 exercise problems and solutions to aid with application. Solutions manual and PowerPoint® presentations available with qualifying course adoption December 2010, 342 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4398-4644-5, £49.99

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—World Tunnelling

This textbook covers the range of information that tunnel engineers need to know. Coverage includes hardrock and soft-ground conditions; site investigation, parameter selection, and design considerations; health and safety considerations; and more. It also includes a number of case studies of real tunnel projects. Hard Cover May 2010, 416 pp. ISBN: 978-0-415-46841-1, £95.00 Soft Cover May 2010, 416 pp. ISBN: 978-0-415-46842-8, £39.99


Geotechnical Engineering Soil Physics with HYDRUS Modeling and Applications

Geology Basics for Engineers

David E. Radcliffe University of Georgia, Athens, USA

Aurele Parriaux

Jiři Šimůnek University of California, Riverside, USA

Co-authored by Dr. Jirka Šimůnek, creator of HYDRUS, Soil Physics with HYDRUS: Modeling and Applications demonstrates two- and three-dimensional simulations and computer animations of numerical models using the popular software. Classroom-tested at the University of Georgia by Dr. David Radcliffe, this textbook includes numerous examples and homework problems. It provides students with access to the base HYDRUS program as well as the Rosetta Database, which contains large volumes of information on the hydraulic properties of soils.

Federal Institute of Technology (EPFL), Lausanne, Switzerland

"... numerous excellent illustrations ... original photographs that exemplify the potency of observation ... Most of the illustrations are in color. ... The pedagogic value of the book is underlined by exercises ... An accompanying DVD contains the solutions to problems and also animations that make the description of geology much more dynamic and alive. ... I highly recommend the book as a resource for the basic background of geological knowledge ..." —Prof. Paul G. Marinos, National Technical University of Athens and Past President of IAEG and Geological Society of Greece

May 2010, 388 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4200-7380-5, £66.99

August 2009 590 pp., Soft Cover ISBN: 978-0-415-46165-8, £69.99

Fundamental Concepts of Earthquake Engineering

Foundations of Engineering Geology Third Edition Tony Waltham

Roberto Villaverde

Retired from Nottingham Trent University, UK

University of California, Irvine, USA

This comprehensive resource is a great aid to those tasked with mitigating the effects of catastrophic earthquakes. It presents modern concepts and valuable procedures, code provisions, and seismic hazard assessment techniques used to make structures as earthquake-resistant as possible. The author details the main aspects and historical development of earthquake engineering with regard to various types and levels of damage. He also details earthquake generation and propagation mechanisms and scales used to quantify earthquake size and damage potential. The book features numerous photographs and figures to illustrate the concepts. January 2009, 960 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4200-6495-7, £89.00


"A useful source for a quick insight into the subject or a reminder for the practising engineer when difficult ground is encountered." —Ground Engineering

Now in color, the third edition of this well established book provides a readable and highly illustrated overview of the aspects of geology that are most significant to civil engineers. Sections in the book cover the main rock types, weathering, ground investigation, rock mass strength, failures of old mines, subsidence on peats and clays, and more. Hard Cover April 2009, 104 pp. ISBN: 978-0-415-46959-3, £75.00 Soft Cover April 2009, 104 pp. ISBN: 978-0-415-46960-9, £19.99

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Civil Engineering Coastal Engineering Processes, Theory and Design Practice, Second Edition

Geomatics Engineering

Dominic Reeve

A Practical Guide to Project Design

University of Swansea, UK

Clement A. Ogaja

Andrew Chadwick University of Plymouth, UK

Christopher Fleming Halcrow Group Ltd.

Praise for the Previous Edition “The extent of coverage is impressive. As well as being a useful reference book in its own right, it is extremely useful to have a single starting point for graduates ... the book is well structured and easy to use.” —S. Sinclair, Maritime Engineering

Historically, much harm has been done by well-meaning coastal engineering attempts, which seemed like good ideas on paper but which failed to allow for practical issues. For this reason, it is vital that theories and models are well grounded in practice. This second edition brings the models and examples of practice up to date. It has expanded coverage of tsunamis and generating energy from waves to focus both on the great dangers and the great opportunities that the ocean presents to the coastal zone. With an emphasis on practice and detailed modeling, this is a thorough introduction to all aspects of coastal processes, morphology, and design of coastal defenses. It describes numerous case studies to illustrate the successful application of mathematical modeling to real-world practice. This is a must-have book for engineering students looking to specialize in coastal engineering and management.

Selected Contents Introduction. Wind Waves. Design Wave Specification. Coastal Water Level Variations. Coastal Zone Processes. Coastal Morphology: Analysis, Modelling and Prediction. Design, Reliability and Risk. Field Surveys and Physical Models. Conceptual and Detailed Design. Renewable Energy. Dredging and Ports. References. Appendices: Appendix A – Summary of Statistical Concepts and Terminology. Appendix B – Maximum Likelihood Estimation. Appendix C – Harmonic Analysis.

California State University, Fresno, USA

This nuts-and-bolts resource examines key components and aspects of land surveying and geomatics projects. It reviews the experience of past projects and identifies priority areas of attention for planning new projects. Ideal for students, the text guides readers through the project design and request-for-proposal process commonly used for soliciting professional geomatics engineering services. The author provides an understanding of professional and ethical responsibility, the impact of engineering solutions in a global and social context, and a host of other contemporary issues such as budgetary and scheduling constraints. • Provides a simple guide to key concepts of project design for land surveyors • Presents examples with various tables and charts, graphically designed to communicate important information in an easy-to-understand format • Offers a thorough exploration of contemporary issues of project design • Contains case examples from real-life past projects • Includes end-of-chapter questions on the key concepts covered

Selected Contents Overview: Project Design Process. Contemporary Issues: Standards and Specifications. Professional and Ethical Responsibilities. Policy, Social, and Environmental Issues. Planning and Design: Boundary Surveys. Control Surveys. Topographic Surveys. GIS Application. Proposal Development: Estimating Project Costs. Writing Geomatics Proposals. Appendices: Appendix A: Resource Guide for Geomatics Projects. Appendix B: Sample Geodetic Standards–FGCC 1984. Index. September 2010, 296 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4398-1743-8, £66.99

Hard Cover December 2011, 552 pp. ISBN: 978-0-415-58352-7, £100.00 Soft Cover December 2011, 552 pp. ISBN: 978-0-415-58353-4, £36.99

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Civil Engineering Introduction to Composite Materials Design Second Edition Ever J. Barbero

Kurt W. Bauer

West Virginia University, Morgantown, USA

SE Wisconsin Regional Planning Commission, USA

Completely revised and updated, this second edition of a bestseller contains new chapters on damage mechanics, fabric reinforced composites, and external strengthening for infrastructure. It covers design aspects such as fiber and matrix selection, fabrication processes, prediction of material properties, and structural analysis and design of beams, plates, and shells, including many fully developed examples. Powerful preliminary design tools, such as “carpet plots,” are used in examples throughout the book. Instructional materials (including PowerPoint slides), special software, and other pedagogical tools are available from a password-protected website maintained by the author. • Presents a concise, easy-to-read introduction to composite materials and mechanics, to promote sound analysis and design • Includes the most effective methods for analysis and design of composite materials • Provides detailed information on fiber and matrix and their properties essential for design • Adds new information on the latest technology, including modern fiber properties and new developments in the use of carbon nanotubes as reinforcement, etc. • Explores applied design and analysis of beams, plates, shells, and external strengthening of reinforced concrete beams, columns, and beamcolumns • Offers fully developed examples, as well as tables, illustrations, and exercises to demonstrate the application of presented analysis techniques and design methodology

Selected Contents Introduction. Materials. Manufacturing Processes. Micro-mechanics. Ply Mechanics. Macro-mechanics. Strength. Damage. Fabric-reinforced Composites. Beams. Plates and Stiffened Panels. Shells. Strengthening of Reinforced Concrete. Appendices. July 2010, 562 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4200-7915-9, £66.99


City Planning for Civil Engineers, Environmental Engineers, and Surveyors

“I highly recommend City Planning for Civil Engineers, Environmental Engineers, and Surveyors as an authoritative resource for those new to the land-use arena and to those wanting to improve their knowledge and add value to their land surveying practices. It deserves a place on the bookshelf of any land surveyor whose practice includes urban land development.” —Jeff Salmon, Professional Surveyor Magazine

An introduction to land-use planning, this book covers infrastructure systems planning and development. It stresses basic concepts and the most widely practiced principles involved in urban planning, particularly in small and medium-sized communities. September 2009, 368 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4398-0892-4, £61.99

Water Technology An Introduction for Environmental Scientists and Engineers, Third Edition N.F. Gray Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland

Water has become one of the most important issues of our time. Water Technology is an accessible textbook that introduces the key concepts of water technology by explaining the fundamentals of hydrobiology, aquatic ecosystems, water treatment and supply, and wastewater treatment. Nick Gray uses the Water Framework Directive as the unifying theme in this edition. This text provides a complete introduction to all aspects of managing the hydrological cycle and is ideal for those interested in a career in the water industry. July 2010 768 pp., Soft Cover ISBN: 978-1-85617-705-4, £39.99

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Civil Engineering Construction Materials

Dams & Hydraulic Engineering New!

Edited by

Fundamentals of Wastewater Treatment and Engineering

Peter Domone

Rumana Riffat

Their Nature and Behaviour, Fourth Edition

University College London, UK

John Illston Retired Engineer, UK

“Some of the civil engineering and architecture schools, however, now have less dedicated courses in materials and a significant part of the required materials knowledge is provided within other courses. A textbook such as this will hence not only be useful as a reference book for a number of these courses, but will also be helpful in providing a unified perspective to students learning about materials under these conditions.” —D. Gunaratnam, Architectural Science Review

The twenty–first century has brought much growth in our understanding of materials’ behavior and in their technology and use. This new edition has been expanded to cover recent developments such as the use of glass as a structural material. It also examines the contribution that material selection makes to sustainable construction practice, considering the availability of raw materials, production, recycling and reuse. The new edition maintains the predecessor’s familiar and accessible format, starting with fundamental principles and continuing with a section on each of the major groups of materials, including metals, concrete, ceramics, polymers, fiber composites, bituminous materials, timber, and glass.

George Washington University, USA

This textbook presents the material necessary for a semester-long course for undergraduates and graduate students in civil and environmental engineering and environmental technology. Each main chapter presents a topic as a theoretical section followed by example problems and a set of questions and problems. Applicable regulations and standards are given from the World Health Organization and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. Readers will get a strong grounding in the principles, and should be able to design the unit processes used in wastewater treatment operations. • Addresses U.S. EPA and international standards • Focuses on wastewater • Combines theory with simple example problems • Presents design with worked-out examples

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• Includes a new chapter in each section on recycling

Sustainable Wastewater Treatment and Engineering. Reaction Kinetics and Chemical Reactors. Wastewater Microbiology. Natural Purification Processes. Wastewater Treatment Fundamentals. Preliminary Treatment. Primary Treatment. Secondary Treatment: Suspended Growth Processes. Secondary Treatment: Attached Growth and Combined Processes. Secondary Clarification. Anaerobic Wastewater Treatment. Solids Processing and Disposal. Advanced Treatment Processes. Appendix. Index.

• Supplies a new section on the selection of materials and environmental and sustainability issues

August 2012, 354 pp. ISBN: 978-0-415-66958-0, £57.99

• Updated with a new section on glass

Selected Contents Fundamentals. Metals and Alloys. Concrete. Bituminous Materials. Masonry: Brickwork and Blockwork. Glass. Polymers. Fibre Composites. Timber. Selection, Use and Sustainability Issues. Hard Cover May 2010, 584 pp. ISBN: 978-0-415-46515-1, £95.00 Soft Cover May 2010, 584 pp. ISBN: 978-0-415-46516-8, £35.00

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Dams & Hydraulic Engineering Urban Flood Management

Urban Drainage

C. Zevenbergen, A. Cashman, N. Evelpidou, E. Pasche, S. Garvin, and R. Ashley

Third Edition David Butler University of Exeter, UK

John Davies Coventry University, UK

"... useful textbook for both students and teachers, encompassing an introduction to the topic before touching upon a number of drivers and solutions of urban flood risk in a slightly more advanced manner. ... This book lends a welcome clarity to a complex, evolving and contemporary subject—and one that will grow in importance throughout the twenty-first century." —Dr. Iain White, University of Manchester

Urban Drainage has been thoroughly revised and updated to reflect changes in the practice and priorities of urban drainage. New and expanded coverage includes: • Sewer flooding • The impact of climate change • Flooding models • The move towards sustainability

This textbook integrates the expertise from disciplines such as hydrology, sociology, architecture, urban design, construction, and water resources engineering. The subject is approached from an international perspective and various case studies, exercises, expert advice, and literature recommendations are included to support the theory and illustrations. Developed by a team of specialists, this volume is intended for urban flood management education of hydrology, geography, civil and environmental engineering and management students at university level. Moreover, professionals will find this book useful as a reference. A supporting website can be addressed for current information.

Providing a descriptive overview of the issues involved as well as the engineering principles and analysis, it draws on real-world examples as well as models to support and demonstrate the key issues facing engineers dealing with drainage issues. It also deals with both the design of new drainage systems and the analysis and upgrading of existing infrastructure. This is a unique and essential textbook for students of water, environmental, and public health engineering as well as a valuable resource for practising engineers.

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• Supplies extensive examples

Setting up The Framework: Setting The Stage for Integrated Urban Flood Management. Urban Floods. Drivers for Change: Urbanisation. Climate Change: Key Uncertainties and Robust Findings. Urban Flood Risk: Hydrology of Cities. Urban Flood Risk Assessment. Responses: Responding To Flood Risk. Urban Drainage Systems. Flood Proofing the Urban Fabric. Enhancing Coping and Recovery Capacity. Towards Flood Resilient Cities: Managing For Resiliency. Capacity Building and Governance. Shelter for All. September 2010 340 pp., Soft Cover ISBN: 978-0-415-55944-7, £59.99

• Provides comprehensive coverage of urban drainage, both theory and practice • Includes updates throughout to cover changes in current practice

Selected Contents Introduction. Approaches to Urban Drainage. Water Quality. Wastewater. Rainfall. Stormwater. System Components and Layout. Hydraulics. Hydraulic Features. Foul Sewers. Storm Sewers. Sewer Flooding. Combined Sewers and Combined Sewer Overflows. Storage. Pumped Systems. Structural Design and Construction. Sediments. Operation, Maintenance and Performance. Rehabilitation. Flow Models. Quality Models. Stormwater Management. Low-Income Communities. Integrated Management and Control. Towards Sustainability. Hard Cover July 2010, 656 pp. ISBN: 978-0-415-45525-1, £100.00 Soft Cover July 2010, 656 pp. ISBN: 978-0-415-45526-8, £35.00


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Hydrology in Practice Fourth Edition Elizabeth M. Shaw, Keith J. Beven, Nick A. Chappell, and Rob Lamb This fourth edition of Hydrology in Practice, while retaining all that is excellent about its predecessor, by Elizabeth M. Shaw, replaces the material on the Flood Studies Report with an equivalent section on the methods of the Flood Estimation Handbook and its revisions. Other completely revised sections on instrumentation and modeling reflect the many changes that have occurred over recent years. The updated text has taken advantage of the extensive practical experience of the staff of JBA Consulting who use the methods described on a day-to-day basis. Topical case studies further enhance the text and the way in which students at the undergraduate and graduate level can relate to it. The fourth edition also includes new material on hydrological processes, which also relate to courses in geography and environmental science departments. In this respect the book draws on the expertise of Beven and Chappell, who have extensive experience of field hydrological studies in a variety of different environments, and have taught undergraduate hydrology courses for many years. The text uses SI units.

Selected Contents The Hydrological Cycle, Hydrometeorology and Climate. Hydrological Measurements: Hydrometric Networks and Data-Logging. Precipitation. Evapotranspiration. Infiltration, Moisture and Groundwater. Hillslope Runoff Processes. River Flow. Water Quality. Hydrological Analysis and Modelling: Precipitation Analysis. Evapotranspiration Calculations. River Flow Analysis. Catchment Modelling. Flood Routing. Groundwater Models. Applications: Flood Mapping. Flood Risk Management. Water Resources. Urban. River Basin Management. Hard Cover July 2010, 560 pp. ISBN: 978-0-415-37041-7, £99.99 Soft Cover July 2010, 560 pp. ISBN: 978-0-415-37042-4, £35.00

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Recursive Streamflow Forecasting A State-Space Approach József Szilágyi Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Hungary & University of Nebraska, Lincoln, USA

András Szöllösi-Nagy UNESCO-IHE Institute for Water Education, Delft, The Netherlands

This textbook is a practical guide to real-time streamflow forecasting that provides a rigorous description of a coupled stochastic and physically based flow routing method and its practical applications. This method is used in current times of record-breaking floods to forecast flood levels by various hydrological forecasting services. By knowing in advance when, where, and at what level a river will crest, appropriate protection works can be organized, reducing casualties and property damage. Through its real-life case examples and problem listings, the book teaches hydrology and civil engineering students and waterresources practitioners the physical forecasting model and allows them to apply it directly in real-life problems of streamflow simulation and forecasting. Designed as a textbook for courses on hydroinformatics and water management, it includes exercises and a CD with MATLAB® codes for the simulation of streamflows and the creation of real-time hydrological forecasts.

Selected Contents Introduction. Continuous flow routing techniques. State-space descriptions of the spatially discretized linear kinematic wave. State-space descriptions of the continuous Kalinin-Milyukov-Nash (KMN) cascade. State-space descriptions of the discrete linear cascade model (DLCM) and its properties: the pulse-data system approach. The sample-data system approach. DLCM and stream-aquifer interactions. Handling of model-error: the deterministic-stochastic model and its prediction updating. Some practical aspects of model application for real-time operational forecasting. Summary. Appendix. References. Guide to the exercises. June 2010 212 pp., Soft Cover ISBN: 978-0-415-56901-9, £53.99


Dams & Hydraulic Engineering Hydraulic Modelling – An Introduction

Mechanics of Fluids

Principles, Methods and Applications

Ninth Edition

Pavel Novak, Vincent Guinot, Alan Jeffrey, and Dominic E. Reeve

Bernard S. Massey John Ward-Smith Formerly Brunel University, UK

This ninth edition of a bestseller updates introduction to the basic principles of fluid mechanics with great detail and clarity. It develops a sound physical understanding of fluid flow, focusing on engineering applications rather than mathematical techniques. The text gradually introduces the subject, building on simple, familiar information to convey more complex content. A new chapter examines the modern context of fluid mechanics and associated issues including climate change, new forms of energy generation, and fresh water conservation. Essential for graduate-level courses in civil, mechanical, aeronautical, and chemical engineering, this book will also be a great aid to professionals. • Includes a new chapter on the modern context of fluid mechanics • Serves as a core course text • Presents material that is thorough, yet wellpaced Solutions manual available with qualifying course adoption

—Willi H. Hager and Michael Pfister, Journal of Hydraulic Research

“This book should definitely find its place in all libraries concerned with hydraulics, hydroinformatics and modelling. ... And it should be advised as essential reading to students at postgraduate level in hydraulics and hydroinformatics.” —Jean A. Cunge, Journal of Hydroinformatics

“... not only an invaluable guide for students but addresses all researchers and practitioners working in the field of water resources. ... it should find its place not only in the libraries of research institutes and universities, but also should be of interest and available to all concerned with the design and construction of all hydraulic structures.” —Vodni Hospodarstvi (Water Management, in Czech)

“A must-have for every hydraulics engineer who looks to the future of their profession.” —Corado Gissoni, L'Acqua

Selected Contents Preface. Fundamental Concepts. Fluid Statics. The Principles Governing. The Momentum Equation. Physical Similarity and Dimensional Analysis. Laminar Flow Between Solid Boundaries. Flow and Losses in Pipes and Fittings. Boundary Layers, Wakes and other Shear Layers. The flow of an Inviscid Fluid. Flow with a Free Surface. Compressible Flow of Gases. Unsteady Flow. Fluid Machines. Fluid Mechanics in a Changing World. Appendix: Units and Conversion Factors. Appendix: Physical Constants and Properties of Fluids. Appendix: Tables of Gas Flow Functions. Appendix: Algebraic Symbols. Hard Cover August 2011, 720 pp. ISBN: 978-0-415-60259-4, £120.00 Soft Cover August 2011, 720 pp. ISBN: 978-0-415-60260-0, £39.99


“The authors have written an outstanding and timely work.”

Modelling is a vital part of all engineering design, yet many hydraulic engineers are not fully aware of the assumptions involved in the process. These assumptions can have important consequences when choosing the best model to inform design decisions. This book helps identify the most appropriate form of analysis for the hydraulic engineering application in question. The book also provides guidance on the range of accuracy to be expected of the model simulations and how they should be related to the prototype. Applications to models include open channel systems, closed conduit flows, storm drainage systems, estuaries, coastal and nearshore structures, and hydraulic structures. Hard Cover January 2010, 616 pp. ISBN: 978-0-419-25010-4, £100.00 Soft Cover January 2010, 616 pp. ISBN: 978-0-419-25020-3, £35.00

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Transportation Engineering Pavement Engineering Principles and Practice Rajib B. Mallick and Tahar El-Korchi Worcester Polytechnic Institute, Massachusetts, USA

Most civil engineering projects involve pavements to some degree. This textbook prepares the next generation of engineers with the core principles and application knowledge needed to maneuver in the everexpanding pavement engineering industry. The text covers the entire range of pavement construction, from soil preparation to structural design and lifecycle costing and analysis. It links the concepts of mix and structural design, while also placing emphasis on pavement evaluation and rehabilitation techniques. The text introduces concepts and techniques, including ground-penetrating radar and seismic testing. • Presents the full range of construction, from soil preparation to structural design and life-cycle analysis • Includes examples, problems, and laboratory tests • Discusses methods for the rehabilitation of distressed pavements • Covers concrete and asphalt pavement engineering • Addresses environmental and green engineering issues Solutions manual available with qualifying course adoption

Selected Contents Function and Use of Pavements. General Description of Pavements and Questions. Principles of Mix and Structural Design of Pavement. Standards. Traffic on Asphalt and Concrete Pavements. Environmental Effects on Asphalt and Concrete Pavements. Soil. Aggregates for Asphalt and Concrete Mixes. Asphalt and Emulsions. Concrete Fundamentals for Rigid Pavements. Distress and Performance. Mix Design and Structural Design for Asphalt Pavements. Mix Design and Structural Design for Concrete Pavements. Construction of Asphalt Pavements. Construction of Concrete Pavements. Rehabilitation of Asphalt Pavements. Rehabilitation of Concrete Pavements. Laboratory Tests for Soils. Laboratory Tests for Aggregates for Asphalt and Concrete Mixes. Laboratory Tests for Asphalt. Laboratory Tests for Cement. Laboratory Tests for Asphalt Mixes. ... September 2008, 536 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4200-6029-4, £82.99

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Statistical and Econometric Methods for Transportation Data Analysis Second Edition Simon P. Washington, Matthew G. Karlaftis, and Fred L. Mannering “The second edition introduces an especially broad set of statistical methods, which are useful not only for transportation modeling but also for modeling in other disciplines. As a lecturer in both transportation and marketing research, I find this book an excellent textbook for advanced undergraduate, Master’s and Ph.D. students, covering topics from simple descriptive statistics to complex Bayesian models. … The book offers a wealth of examples.” —Itzhak Ditzian, The American Statistician, November 2011

Data sets and PowerPoint and Word presentations are available online. December 2010, 544 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4200-8285-2, £66.99

Transportation Statistics and Microsimulation Clifford Spiegelman, Eun Sug Park, and Laurence R. Rilett “In this treatment of statistics specifically directed to transportation planners and engineers, Spiegelman and other transportation experts discuss the basics of statistical and graphical methods, differences between methodologies, strategies for conducting computeraided statistical designs (using JMP software by SAS), bias-corrected confidence intervals, re-sampling techniques for evaluating uncertainties, and the concepts of Bayesian estimation and smoothing estimators. They also overview increasingly used traffic microsimulation models. The text includes homework problems, appended information on soft modeling and nonparametric model building, and a companion website for access to data sets.” —SciTech Book News, February 2011

October 2010, 383 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4398-0023-2, £36.99


General Technical Writing

Fundamentals of Electrical Engineering

A Practical Guide for Engineers and Scientists

Charles A. Gross and Thaddeus Roppel

Phillip A. Laplante

Auburn University, Alabama, USA

The Pennsylvania State University, Malvern, USA

Written to provide an overview of the electrical engineering profession to college students and professionals outside the field of electrical engineering, this textbook provides information on the necessary technical competencies required within the field. Simple and easy to use, yet complete in rigor and coverage of fundamental concepts, it teaches the fundamentals of electrical engineering without including the typical analytical methods that hold little relevance for nonelectrical engineers. Many examples and homework problems are included within the chapters to aid with student comprehension and application.

Written by a renowned engineer and widely published technical author, this guide enables readers to write, edit, and publish materials of a technical nature, including books, articles, reports, and electronic media. Complementing the traditional writer’s reference manuals and other books on technical writing, it helps readers understand the practical considerations in writing technical content. Drawing on his own work, the author presents many first-hand examples of writing, editing, and publishing technical materials. These examples illustrate how a publication originated as well as various challenges and solutions.

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July 2011, 250 pp., Soft Cover ISBN: 978-1-4398-2085-8, £25.99

February 2012, c. 481 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4398-3714-6, £57.99

Probability, Statistics, and Reliability for Engineers and Scientists

A First Course in Differential Equations, Modeling, and Simulation

Third Edition

Carlos A. Smith and Scott W. Campbell

Bilal M. Ayyub and Richard H. McCuen University of Maryland, College Park, USA

University of South Florida, Tampa, USA

This third edition of a bestseller presents probability, statistics, reliability, and risk methods with an ideal balance of theory and applications. It places increased emphasis on simulation, particularly as a modeling tool. This edition also features expanded discussions of the analysis of variance and a thorough treatment of Monte Carlo simulation. The authors not only clearly establish the limitations, advantages, and disadvantages of each method, but also show that data analysis is a continuum rather than the isolated application of different methods.

Emphasizing a practical approach for engineers and scientists, this text avoids overly theoretical explanations and shows readers how differential equations are derived by applying basic physical principles and experimental observations to engineering systems. This resource also covers classical methods for obtaining the analytical solution of differential equations and Laplace transforms. In addition, the authors discuss how these equations describe mathematical systems and how to use software to solve sets of equations in which analytical solutions cannot be determined. Numerical values are provided in all examples and problems.

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April 2011, 663 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4398-0951-8, £76.99

May 2011, 345 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4398-5087-9, £57.99


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