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Textbooks 2009
Highlights Contents
General Civil Engineering . . . . . . . . . . . .1

Management . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3

Structures . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4

Geotechnical Engineering . . . . . . . . . . . .8

Hydraulics and Water . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12

Environmental Engineering . . . . . . . . . .14

Index . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16

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NEW Planning and Design of Engineering
Engineering Modelling and Analysis Systems
David Walker, Michael Leonard, Andrew Metcalfe and Graeme Dandy, David Walker, Trevor Daniell and
Martin Lambert, all at University of Adelaide, Australia Robert Warner, all at University of Adelaide, Australia
Introducing engineering students to numerical analysis and computing, this book Providing students with a common-sense approach to the solution of engineering
covers a range of topics suitable for the first three years of a four year undergraduate problems and packed full of practical case studies to illustrate the role of the engineer,
engineering degree. The teaching of computing to engineers is hampered by the lack the type of work involved and the methodologies employed in engineering practice,
of suitable problems for the students to tackle, so much effort has gone into making this textbook is a comprehensive introduction to the scope and nature of engineering.
the problems realistic and relevant, while at the same time solvable for undergraduates.
The authors explore:
Taking a balanced approach to teaching computing and computer methods at the
• creativity and problem solving, social and environmental issues, management,
same time, this book satisfies the need to be able to use computers (using both formal
communications and law, and ethics
languages such as Fortran and other applications such as Matlab and Microsoft Excel),
and the need to be able to solve realistic engineering problems. • the planning, design, modelling and analysis phases and the implementation or
construction phase.
Selected Contents: Part 1: Introduction Part 2: Roots of Equations Part 3: Numerical
Integration Part 4: Numerical Interpolation Part 5: Systems of Equations Part 6: Ordinary Designed specifically for introductory courses on undergraduate engineering programs,
Differential Equations Part 7: Finite Difference Modelling Part 8: Probability and Statistics this edition is an invaluable resource for all new engineering undergraduates as well as
Part 9: Probability Distributions Part 10: Monte Carlo Method Part 11: Stochastic non-specialist readers.
Modelling Part 12: Optimisation Part 13: Linear Systems and Resonance Selected Contents: 1. Engineers in Society 2. Engineering Systems Concepts
Part 14: Spectral Analysis 3. Engineering Planning and Design 4. Creativity and Creative Thinking 5. Project
October 2008: 234x156: 440pp Planning Techniques 6. Management Processes and Skills 7. Communication
Hb: 978-0-415-46961-6: £90.00 US $180.00 8. Economic Evaluation 9. Sustainability, Environmental and Social Considerations
Pb: 978-0-415-46962-3: £29.99 US $59.99 10. Ethics and Law 11. Risk and Reliability 12. Engineering Decision-Making
eBook: 978-0-203-89454-5 13. Optimization 14. Epilogue
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Ethics for the Built Environment Hazards and the Built Environment
Attaining Built-in Resilience
Peter Fewings, University of the West of England, Bristol,
UK Edited by Lee Bosher, Loughborough University, UK
Much closer relationships are being formed in the built environment and cultural What kinds of structural and non-structural alterations can be made to protect
changes in procurement methods are taking place. A need has grown to re-examine buildings from large-scale disasters?
the ethical frameworks required to sustain collaborative trust and transparency. How can we reduce the threat of these disasters, as well as the damage they cause?
This book looks at how people develop their personal values and tries to set up a Presenting seven guiding principles, drawn from a broad range of disciplines and
model for making effective ethical decisions within the built environment. It exposes approaches, this book tackles the difficult questions about what can be done to attain
areas of weakness that may inhibit better relationships in projects within the built-in resilience. With contributions from many renowned experts and upcoming
environment and suggests decision making frameworks. researchers in the fields concerned, it comprehensively assesses the wide range of
It provides a holistic view of the ethical framework and illustrates good practice by issues faced by practitioners. Whether you’re studying construction management,
using case studies and questions for resolving dilemmas. It will be invaluable for researching hazard resilience issues or working on construction projects in hazardous
professional institutions, students, young practitioners in all stages of the development regions, this book is for you.
cycle from planning, property management, design, project management and facilities Lee Bosher is a research fellow in the Department of Civil and Building Engineering at
management, contractors and clients. Loughborough University, UK. He is a Fellow of the Royal Geographical Society, and a
Selected Contents: Part 1: Principles and Issues Introduction 1. Development of an Member of the Institute of Civil Defence and Disaster Studies.
Ethical Framework 2. Dilemmas and Decision Making 3. Corporate Social Responsibility 2008: 234x156: 400pp
4. Professional Codes 5. Human Resource Ethics 6. Health and Safety 7. Planning Hb: 978-0-415-42729-6: £90.00 US $180.00
8. Sustainability 9. Trust and Relationships 10. Bribery and Corruption 11. Good Faith Pb: 978-0-415-42730-2: £39.99 US $79.98
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13. Partnering 14. Collusion 15. Project Agreements vs. False Employment 16. Health
and Safety 17. Planning 18. Training 19. Quality 20. Sustainable Contracting 21. Trust
and Relationships 22. Making it Work
2008: 234x156: 400pp
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3RD EDITION Principles of Project and Infrastructure

Project Management Demystified Finance
Geoff Reiss, The Program Management Group, UK Willie Tan, National University of Singapore
’If you are new or relatively new to project management and you plan to have Current books on project finance tend to be non-technical and are either procedural or
one book ... this is the one you should have.’ – Martin Barnes, President of the rely heavily on case studies. In contrast, this textbook provides a more analytical
Association of Project Management, UK perspective, without a loss of pragmatism.
’A user friendly approach ... The linkages with human resources material and Principles of Project and Infrastructure Finance is written for senior undergraduates,
financial resources makes for added value.’ – Chris Collins, University of graduate students and practitioners who wish to know how major projects, such as
Huddersfield, UK residential and infrastructural developments, are financed. The approach is intuitive, yet
’For managers who want to understand the key elements of setting up a rigorous, and case studies are used to illustrate integration as well as to underscore the
project and ensuring on-time completion, the book is a straightforward guide pragmatic slant.
and very readable.’ – Lecturer, Norwich City College, UK Selected Contents: 1. Introduction 2. Time Value of Money 3. Organizations and
This is an indispensable book for professionals and students working in or studying Projects 4. Corporate Finance 1 5. Corporate Finance 2 6. Project Development
project management in business, engineering or the public sector. 7. Social Projects 8. Characteristics of Project Finance 9. Risk Management Framework
10. Risk, Insurance, and Bonds 11. Cash Flow Risks 12. Financial Risks 13. Agreements,
This third edition contains expanded sections on programme management, portfolio Contracts, and Guarantees 14. Case Study 1: Power Projects 15. Case Study 2: Airport
management, and the public sector. An entirely new chapter covers the evaluation, Projects 16. Case Study 3: Office Projects 17. Case Study 4: Chemical Storage Projects
analysis and management of risks and issues. A much expanded section explores the 2007: 234x156: 296pp
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5. Project Planning 6. A Fly on the Wall 7. Resource Management 8. Progress
Monitoring and Control 9. Governance and Methodologies 10. Advanced Critical-Path
Topics 11. The People Issues 12. Programme Management 13. Issue and Risk
Management 14. Terminology. Appendix 1: Sources of Additional Information
2007: 234x156: 224pp
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NEW Structural Analysis
A Unified Classical and Matrix Approach
Design of Structural Elements Amin Ghali, University of Calgary, Canada, Adam Neville,
Chanakya Arya, University College, London, UK Consultant Civil Engineer, UK and Tom G. Brown,
Now in its third edition this popular textbook provides a concise single volume University of Calgary, Canada
introduction to the design of structural elements in concrete, steel, timber, masonry This comprehensive textbook combines classical and matrix-based methods of
and composites. Up to date design principles and guidance are given in line with both structural analysis and develops them concurrently. New worked examples and
British Standards and Eurocodes, current as of late 2007. An accompanying solutions problems have been added, giving over 130 worked examples and more than 375
manual is available online. problems with answers. A companion website contains computer programs that can
Selected Contents: Part 1: Introduction to Structural Design 1. Philosophy of Design serve as optional aids in studying and in engineering practice.
2. Basic Structural Concepts and Material Properties Part 2: Structural Design to Selected Contents: 1. Structural Analysis Modelling 2. Statically Determinate Structures
British Standards 3. Design in Reinforced Concrete to BS8110/BS8500 4. Design in 3. Introduction to the Analysis of Statically Indeterminate Structures 4. Force Method of
Structural Steelwork to BS5950 5. Design in Unreinforced Masonry to BS5628, BS Analysis 5. Displacement Method of Analysis 6. Use of Force and Displacement Methods
EN771, BS EN845 and BS EN998 6. Design in Timber to BS5268 Part 3: Structural 7. Strain Energy and Virtual Work 8. Determination of Displacements by Virtual Work
Design to the Eurocodes 7. The Structural Eurocodes: An Introduction 8. Eurocode 9. Important Energy Theorems 10. Displacement of Elastic Structures by Special Methods
2: Design of Concrete Structures 9. Eurocode 3: Design of Steel Structures 10. Eurocode 11. Application of Force and Fisplacement Methods 12. Influence Lines for Beams,
6: Masonry Design 11. Eurocode 5: Timber Design Frames Grids, Arches, and Trusses 13. Effects of Axial Forces on Flexural Stiffness
April 2009: 246x189: 528pp 14. Analysis of Shear-Wall Structures 15. Method of Finite Differences 16. Finite-Element
Hb: 978-0-415-46719-3: £75.00 US $135.00 Method 17. Further Development of Finite-Element Method 18. Plastic Analysis of
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eBook: 978-0-203-92650-5 Dynamics and Seismic Analysis 21. Computer Analysis of Framed Structures
22. Implementation of Computer Analysis 23. Nonlinear Analysis 24. Structural
Reliability Analysis
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Seeing and Touching Structural

Tianjian Ji and Adrian Bell, both at University of
Examples in Structural Analysis
Manchester, UK William M.C. McKenzie, Napier University, Edinburgh, UK
The pioneering website, by Tianjian Ji and Adrian Bell, With broad scope and an easy-to-follow step-by-step approach, this key text provides
goes back to basics and explains in detail the basic principles of structural concepts and students and professionals with a comprehensive and extensive collection of worked
how they relate to the real world. examples, setting out how to analyze different types of structure.
Following on from and expanding upon the website, comes this book. Essential for the Selected Contents: 1. Structural Analysis and Design 2. Material and Section Properties
civil engineering student, it examines the concepts in closer detail with formulae and 3. Pin-Jointed Frames 4. Beams 5. Rigid-Jointed Frames 6. Buckling Instability 7. Direct
technical terminology, while remaining grounded in the website’s practical approach. Stiffness Method 8. Plastic Analysis. Appendices
With hundreds of photographs and diagrams, you are encouraged to visualize each 2006: 246x174: 720pp
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However much you may come to rely on software packages to do a lot of the technical eBook: 978-0-203-03037-0
calculation, it will always be vital to understand what does and doesn’t work and why.
With its recipe format and straight-forward explanations, this will be your companion
through your engineering degree and early years of practice. Structures
Selected Contents: Preface. Statics 1. Equilibrium 2. Centre of Mass 3. Effect of
From Theory to Practice
Different Cross Sections 4. Bending 5. Shear and Torsion 6. Stress Distribution 7. Span
and Deflection 8. Direct Force Paths 9. Smaller Internal Forces 10. Buckling Alan Jennings
11. Prestress 12. Horizontal Movements of Frame Structures Induced by Vertical Loads With a broad range of worked examples, questions and references to further reading,
Dynamics 13. Energy Exchange 14. Pendulum 15. Free Vibration 16. Resonance Structures is the ideal course text for entry-level students on degree, HNC and HND
17. Damping in Structures 18. Vibration Reduction 19. Human Body Models in Structural courses.
Selected Contents: 1. Rigid Body Mechanics 2. Gravity Structures 3. Internal Forces
2008: 246x174: 288pp
Hb: 978-0-415-39773-5: £75.00 US $150.00 4. Beams 5. Trusses 6. Linear Elastic Behaviour 7. Stability 8. Energy Concepts
Pb: 978-0-415-39774-2: £29.99 US $59.99 9. Ultimate Behaviour
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Reynolds’s Reinforced Concrete
Designer’s Handbook
Structural and Stress Analysis
Charles E. Reynolds, Anthony J. Threlfall, both
Theories, Tutorials and Examples Consulting Engineers, UK and James C. Steedman, Late
Jianqiao Ye, University of Leeds, UK Consulting Engineer, UK
Summarizing major concepts and key points, this book tests students’ knowledge of This classic and essential work has been thoroughly revised and updated in line with
the principal theories in structural and stress analysis. Its main feature is helping the requirements of new codes and standards which have been introduced in recent
students to understand the subject by asking and answering conceptual questions. years, including the new Eurocode as well as up-to-date British Standards.
Each chapter begins with a summary of key issues and relevant formulas. Illustrated with numerous line diagrams, tables and worked examples, this Handbook is
Structural and Stress Analysis is particularly useful for students preparing for exams. a unique resource that enables the engineer to analyze and design reinforced concrete
Working through these conceptual questions, and reviewing the key points buildings, bridges, retaining walls, and containment structures.
summarized in this book, provides a structured approach to assess whether or not the Selected Contents: Part 1: General Information 1. Introduction 2. Design Criteria,
subject has been understood and to identify the area where further revision is needed. Safety Factors and Loads 3. Material Properties 4. Structural Analysis 5. Design of
It is also a useful reference for those taking an advanced structural and stress analysis Structural Members 6. Buildings, Bridges and Containment Structures 7. Foundations,
course. Ground Slabs and Earth-Retaining Structures Part 2: Loads, Materials and Structures
Selected Contents: 1. Introduction 2. Axial Tension and Compression 3. Torsion 8. Loads 9. Pressures Due to Retained Materials 10. Concrete and Reinforcement
4. Shear and Bending Moment 5. Bending Stresses in Symmetric Beams 6. Deflection of 11. Cantilevers and Single Span Beams 12. Continuous Beams 13. Slabs 14. Framed
Beams Under Bending 7. Complex Stresses 8. Complex Strains and Strain Gauges Structures 15. Shear Wall Structures 16. Arches 17. Containment Structures
9. Theories of Elastic Failure 10. Buckling of Columns 11. Energy Method 18. Foundations and Retaining Walls 19. Miscellaneous Structures and Details
2008: 246x174: 232pp 20. Elastic Analysis of Concrete Sections Part 3: Design to British Codes 21. Design
Hb: 978-0-415-36865-0: £80.00 US $160.00 Requirements and Safety Factors 22. Properties of Materials 23. Durability and Fire
Pb: 978-0-415-36879-7: £32.50 US $65.00 Resistance 24. Bending and Axial Force 25. Shear and Torsion 26. Deflection and
eBook: 978-0-203-02900-8 Cracking 27. Considerations Affecting Design Details 28. Miscellaneous Members and
Details Part 4: Design to European Codes 29. Design Requirements and Safety Factors
30. Properties of Materials 31. Durability and Fire Resistance 32. Bending and Axial Force
33. Shear and Torsion 34. Deflection and Cracking 35. Considerations Affecting Design
Details. Appendix: Mathematical Formulae and Data. References and Further Reading
2007: 297x210: 416pp
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The Behaviour and Design of Steel 3RD EDITION
Structures to EC3
Reinforced Concrete
N.S. Trahair, University of Sydney, Australia,
M.A. Bradford, University of New South Wales, Australia, Design Theory and Examples
D.A. Nethercot and L. Gardner, both at Imperial College, UK Prab Bhatt, Thomas J. MacGinley and Ban Seng Choo
The fully revised fourth edition of this successful textbook fills a void which will arise The third edition of this popular textbook has been extensively re-written and
when British designers start using the European steel code EC3 instead of the current expanded to conform to the latest versions of BS8110 and EC2. Including more than
steel code BS5950. The principal feature of the fourth edition is the discussion of the sixty design examples and over 600 diagrams, it sets out design theory for concrete
behaviour of steel structures and the criteria used in design according to the British elements and structures, and illustrates practical applications of the theory. A must for
version of EC3. Thus it serves to bridge the gap which too often occurs when attention students on civil engineering degree courses.
is concentrated on methods of analysis and the sizing of structural components. 2005: 234x156: 720pp
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are relegated to appendices. The many worked examples both illustrate the behaviour
of steel structures and exemplify details of the design process.
The Behaviour and Design of Steel Structures to EC3 is a key text for senior 3RD EDITION
undergraduate and graduate students, and an essential reference tool for practising
structural engineers in the UK and other countries.
Steel Structures
Selected Contents: 1. Introduction 2. Tension Members 3. Compression Members Practical Design Studies
4. Local Buckling of Thin Plate Elements 5. In-Plane Bending of Beams 6. Lateral Hassan K. Al Nageim and Thomas J. MacGinley
Buckling of Beams 7. Beam-Columns 8. Frames 9. Joints 10. Torsion Members
Covers the fundamentals of practical structural engineering and structural steel design
2007: 234x156: 512pp
and moves on to look more closely at a number of different types of built structures
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and their design in useful practical detail. An essential text.
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3RD EDITION In Situ Testing in Geomechanics
Foundations of Engineering Geology The Main Tests
Tony Waltham, Retired, Nottingham Trent University, UK Fernando Schnaid, Federal University of Rio Grande do
Sul, Brazil
‘A useful source for a quick insight into the subject or a reminder for the
practising engineer when difficult ground is encountered.’ – Ground Engineering If you use or need to know how to use any or all of these tests, then this is the book
for you.
Now in full colour, the third edition of this well established book provides a highly
illustrated overview of the aspects of geology that are most significant to civil • Standard Penetration Tests. • Pressuremeter Tests.
engineers. • Cone Penetration Tests. • Dilatometer Tests.
Each topic is presented as a double page spread with a careful mix of text and • Vane Test.
diagrams, with tabulated reference material on parameters such as bearing strength of
Fernando Schnaid takes each test in turn, showing how and when to use them. The
soils and rocks.
tests are illustrated with nearly 200 figures and photographs, as well as real examples
Selected Contents: 1. Geology 2. Igneous Rocks 3. Surface Processes 4. Sedimentary from companies including A.P. van den Berg and Fugro ltd.
Rocks 5. Metamorphic Rocks 6. Geological Structures 7. Geological Maps 8. Map
Ideal for practising engineers in the fields of Geomechanics and Environmental
Interpretation 9. Tectonics 10. Boundary Hazards 11. Rocks of Britain 12. Rocks of the
US 13. Weathering and Soils 14. Floodplains and Alluvium 15. Glacial Deposits
Engineering, this book solves numerous common problems in site characterization. Also
16. Climatic Variants 17. Coastal Processes 18. Groundwater 19. Ground Investigation a helpful guide for students coming to the end of their engineering courses and
20. Desk Study 21. Ground Investigation Boreholes 22. Geophysical Surveys looking to work in this sector.
23. Assessment of Difficult Ground 24. Rock Strength 25. Rock Mass Strength 26. Soil Selected Contents: 1. Introduction 2. Standard Penetration Tests (SPT) 3. Piezocone
Strength 27. Ground Subsidence 28. Subsidence on Clays 29. Subsidence on Limestone Penetration Test (CPT) 4. Vane Test 5. Pressuremeter Tests 6. Flat Dilatometer Test (DMT)
30. Subsidence Over Old Mines 31. Mining Subsidence 32. Slope Failure and Landslides 7. Design Parameters: Guidelines
33. Water in Landslides 34. Soil Failures and Flowslides 35. Landslide Hazards 36. Slope December 2008: 234x156: 352pp
Stabilization 37. Ground Conditions 38. Rock Excavation 39. Tunnels in Rock 40. Stone Hb: 978-0-415-43385-3: £80.00 US $160.00
and Aggregate. Appendices. Rock Mass Quality Q System. Abbreviations and Notation. Pb: 978-0-415-43386-0: £29.99 US $59.99
Further Reading. Index eBook: 978-0-203-93133-2
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Geotechnical Engineering
Advanced Soil Mechanics
Renato Lancellotta, Politecnico di Torino, Italy
Braja M. Das, Emeritus California State University, USA
Established as a standard textbook for students of geotechnical engineering, this
second edition of Geotechnical Engineering provides a solid grounding in the This revised and updated edition of Advanced Soil Mechanics presents a step-by-step
mechanics of soils and soil-structure interaction. guide to all aspects of the subject to students, and addresses a wide range of topics in
a logical and extensively illustrated approach, including: grain-size distribution; the
It is suitable for soil mechanics modules on undergraduate civil engineering courses and nature of water in clay; consistency of cohesive soils; weight-volume relationships; soil
for use as a core text for specialist graduate geotechnical engineering students. It classification systems; concepts of elasticity; equations of equilibrium.
explores not only the basics but also several advanced aspects of soil behaviour, and
outlines principles which underpin more advanced professional work therefore The book is illustrated with mathematical derivations and clear diagrams, problems and
providing a useful reference work for practising engineers. Readers gain a good grasp examples are provided throughout and each chapter concludes with a list of references
of applied mechanics, testing and experimentation, and methods for observing real for further in-depth review or research. Advanced Soil Mechanics is valuable not only
structures. for upper-level undergraduate and graduate level students of civil engineering,
engineering mechanics, and soil mechanics, but also as a reference for professionals
Selected Contents: 1. Nature and Composition of Soils 2. Principles of Continuum working in these fields.
Mechanics 3. Constitutive Models 4. The Porous Medium 5. Mechanical Behaviour of
Soils 6. Flow in Porous Media 7. In Situ Investigations 8. The Collapse of Soil Structures Selected Contents: 1. Soil Aggregate, Plasticity, and Classification 2. Stresses and Strains
9. Performance and Serviceability of Structures – Elastic Equilibrium 3. Stresses and Displacements in a Soil Mass 4. Pore Water Pressure
Due to Undrained Loading 5. Permeability and Seepage 6. Consolidation 7. Shear
2008: 246x174: 520pp
Hb: 978-0-415-42003-7: £90.00 US $180.00 Strength of Soils 8. Settlement of Shallow Foundations
Pb: 978-0-415-42004-4: £31.50 US $63.00 2008: 234x156: 600pp
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Problem Solving in Soil Mechanics

A. Aysen
2005: 246x174: 195pp
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The Mechanics of Soils and Foundations Craig’s Soil Mechanics
John Atkinson, City University, London, UK R.F. Craig
An update of the hugely useful first edition, this textbook explains the theoretical basis Soil Mechanics assembles all the essential elements of an undergraduate course,
of geomechanics for civil engineers and its practical applications. leading from the properties of soils and basic theory through to practical applications
Selected Contents: Simple Experiments 1. Introduction to Geotechnical Engineering such as retaining structures and foundations.
2. Basic Mechanics 3. Material Behaviour 4. Structure of the Earth 5. Classification 2004: 246x174: 464pp
6. Pore Pressure, Effective Stress, Drainage 7. Laboratory Testing 8. Compression and Hb: 978-0-415-32702-2: £80.00 US $160.00
Swelling 9. Critical State Strength 10. Peak States 11. Behaviour Before Failure Pb: 978-0-415-32703-9: £26.99 US $53.99
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Soils 17. Ground Investigations 18. Soil Parameters for Design 19. Ultimate Stability of
Soil Structures Using Bound Methods 20. Limit Equilibrium Method 21. Slope Stability 7TH EDITION
22. Bearing Capacity and Settlement of Shallow Foundations 23. Piled Foundations
24. Earth Pressure and Stability of Retaining Walls 25. Tunnelling in Soft Ground Craig’s Soil Mechanics: Solutions Manual
26. Behaviour of Unsaturated Soils 27. Centrifuge Modelling 28. Concluding Remarks
R.F. Craig
2007: 246x174: 480pp
Hb: 978-0-415-36255-9: £75.00 US $150.00 2004: 246x174: 96pp
Pb: 978-0-415-36256-6: £27.50 US $55.00 Pb: 978-0-415-33294-1: £18.99 US $37.99
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An Introduction to Geotechnical Soil Mechanics
Processes Concepts & Applications
John Woodward, Consulting Engineer, UK William Powrie
2005: 297x210: 136pp 2004: 246x174: 704pp
Hb: 978-0-415-28645-9: £57.99 US $115.98 Hb: 978-0-415-31155-7: £115.00 US $230.00
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Geochemistry, Groundwater and Pollution
C.A.J. Appelo and Dieke Postma
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Hydrology in Practice
Keith Beven and Nick Chappell, both at Lancaster Practical Hydraulics
University, UK and Rob Lamb, JBA Consulting, UK Melvyn Kay
Hydrology in Practice is an excellent introductory text for engineering hydrology Practical Hydraulics approaches the subject from basic principles and demonstrates how
students who go on to be practitioners in consultancies, the Environment Agency and these are applied in practice. It is clearly written and includes many illustrations and
elsewhere. It has never been superseded by any other text in this respect. examples.
This fourth edition replaces the material on the Flood Studies Report with an equivalent Selected Contents: Some Basic Mechanics. Hydrostatics: Water at Rest.
section on the methods of the Flood Estimation Handbook and its revisions. Other Hydrodynamics: When Water Starts to Flow. Pipes. Channels. Waves. Hydraulic
completely revised sections on instrumentation and modelling reflect the many changes Structures for Channels. Pumps and Turbines. References and Further Reading
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3. Precipitation 4. Evapotranspiration 5. Infiltration, Moisture and Groundwater
6. Hillslope Runoff Processes 7. River Flow 8. Water Quality Part 2: Hydrological
Analysis and Modelling 9. Precipitation Analysis 10. Evapotranspiration Calculations
11. River Flow Analysis 12. Catchment Modelling 13. Flood Routing 14. Groundwater
Models Part 3: Applications 15. Flood Mapping 16. Flood Risk Management
17. Water Resources 18. Urban 19. River Basin Management
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Mechanics of Fluids
John Ward-Smith
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P. Novak, A.I.B. Moffat, C. Nalluri and R. Narayanan Mechanics of Fluids: Solutions Manual
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2. Embankment Dam Engineering 3. Concrete Dam Engineering 4. Dam Outlet Works
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Structures 8. River Engineering 9. Diversion Works 10. Cross-Drainage and Drop
Structures 11. Inland Waterways 12. Hydroelectric Power Development 13. Pumping Coastal Planning and Management
Stations 14. Waves and Offshore Engineering 15. Coastal Engineering 16. Models in
Hydraulic Engineering Robert Kay and Jaqueline Alder
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Reinforced Concrete
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Prab Bhatt, T.J. Macginley and Ban Seng Choo
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Coastal Engineering
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Dominic Reeve, Andrew Chadwick and Christopher Fleming
Coastal Engineering provides a thorough introduction to all aspects of coastal
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Keith Beven, Lancaster University, UK
4TH EDITION Environmental Modelling introduces students, scientists and decision makers to:
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Andrew Chadwick, John Morfett and Martin Borthwick
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Urban Drainage
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lecturers and researchers in water engineering, environmental engineering, public Available 5. Forecasting the Near Future 6. Decision Making When Faced with
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Air Pollution
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Jeremy Colls and Abhishek Tiwary, both at University of Manchester, UK
Air pollution is a universal problem with consequences ranging from the immediate 2ND EDITION
death of plants and people, to gradually declining crop yields, and damaged buildings.
Fully updated, this third edition gives a broad general coverage of the sources and Renewable Energy Resources
controls of air pollution.
John Twidell and Tony Weir
A wide range of air quality issues are covered in an accessible style. Each topic has an
Retaining the successful format of the first edition and building on its solid grounding
historical introduction, covers the body of generally accepted information, and
in the principles of renewable energy resources, this second edition has been revised in
highlights areas in which developments are currently taking place. Topics covered
line with the latest advances in the field to include new technologies and an
include the sources and sinks of gaseous and particulate air pollutants, dispersion
assessment of their impact.
measurement, mobile sources, indoor air pollutants, and effects on plants, materials,
humans and animals. Reading and web-based material for further study is indicated after each chapter,
making this text ideal, not only for practitioners, but also for students on multi-
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disciplinary masters degrees in science and engineering as well specialist modules in
and China in Asia, Brazil in South America) where air pollution problems are increasing
science and engineering first degrees.
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PM dispersion and the mitigation of greenhouse gases and secondary aerosol Selected Contents: 1. Principles of Renewable Energy 2. Essentials of Fluid Dynamics
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Power 14. Ocean Thermal Energy Conversion (OTEC) 15. Geothermal Energy 16. Energy
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and their Measurement 3. Mobile Sources 4. Measurement of Gases and Particles A. Units and Conversions. B. Data. C. Some Heat Transfer Formulas Solutions to
5. Concentrations and Deposition 6. Meterology and Modelling 7. Analysis of an Air Problems
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Advanced Soil Mechanics......... 9 Engineering Modelling Lamb, Rob .................12 Reeve, Dominic ..............14
Air Pollution ................ 15 and Analysis ................ 1 Lambert, Martin ...............1 Reinforced Concrete ......... 7, 13
Al Nageim, Hassan K. ...........7 Environmental Modelling ........ 14 Lancellotta, Renato .............9 Reiss, Geoff ..................3
Alder, Jaqueline ..............13 Ethics for the Built Environment .... 2 Leonard, Michael ..............1 Renewable Energy Resources ..... 15
Appelo, C.A.J. ...............11 Examples in Structural Analysis ..... 5 Reynolds, Charles E. ............6
Arya, Chanakya ...............4 M Reynolds’s Reinforced
Atkinson, John ...............10 F MacGinley, Thomas J. ........7, 13 Concrete Designer’s Handbook ... 6
Aysen, A. ...................9 Fewings, Peter ................2 Mah, Chris W. ...............11 Rock Slope Engineering ......... 11
Fleming, Christopher ...........14 McKenzie, William M.C. .........5
B Foundations of Mechanics of Fluids ........... 13 S
Behaviour and Design of Steel Engineering Geology .......... 8 Mechanics of Fluids: Schnaid, Fernando .............8
Structures to EC3, The .........7 Solutions Manual............ 13 Seeing and Touching
Bell, Adrian ..................5 G Mechanics of Soils and Structural Concepts ........... 5
Beven, Keith ..............12, 14 Gardner, L. ..................7 Foundations, The ............ 10 Soil Mechanics............... 11
Bhatt, Prab ...............7, 13 Geochemistry, Groundwater Metcalfe, Andrew .............1 Steedman, James C. ............6
Borthwick, Martin .............14 and Pollution .............. 11 Moffat, A.I.B. ...............13 Steel Structures ............... 7
Bosher, Lee ..................2 Geotechnical Engineering ........ 9 Morfett, John ...............14 Structural Analysis ............. 4
Bradford, M.A. ...............7 Geotechnical Modelling......... 11 Muir Wood, David ............11 Structural and Stress Analysis ...... 6
Butler, David ................14 Ghali, Amin ..................4 Structures ................... 5
C H Nalluri, C. ..................13 T
Chadwick, Andrew ............14 Hazards and the Narayanan, R. ...............13 Tan, Willie ...................3
Chappell, Nick ...............12 Built Environment ............ 2 Nethercot, D.A. ...............7 Threlfall, Anthony J. ............6
Choo, Ban Seng ............7, 13 Hydraulic Structures ........... 13 Novak, P. ...................13 Tiwary, Abhishek .............15
Coastal Engineering ........... 14 Hydraulics in Civil and Trahair, N.S. ..................7
Environmental Engineering ..... 14
Coastal Planning and
Hydrology in Practice........... 12 P Twidell, John ................15
Management .............. 13 Planning and Design of
Colls, Jeremy ................15
I Engineering Systems .......... 1 U
Craig, R.F. ..................10 Postma, Dieke ...............11 Urban Drainage .............. 14
Craig’s Soil Mechanics .......... 10 In Situ Testing in Geomechanics .... 8 Powrie, William ..............11
Introduction to Geotechnical
Craig’s Soil Mechanics:
Solutions Manual ............ 10 Processes, An .............. 11
Practical Hydraulics ............ 12 W
Principles of Project and Walker, David ................1
Infrastructure Finance .......... 3 Waltham, Tony ................8
D J Problem Solving in Soil Mechanics ... 9 Ward-Smith, John .............13
Dandy, Graeme ...............1 Jennings, Alan ................5 Project Management Demystified ... 3 Warner, Robert ...............1
Daniell, Trevor ................1 Ji, Tianjian ...................5 Weir, Tony ..................15
Das, Braja M. .................9 Woodward, John .............11
Davies, John ................14 K Wyllie, Duncan C. ............11
Design of Structural Elements ...... 4 Kay, Melvyn .................12
Kay, Robert .................13 Y
Ye, Jianqiao ..................6

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