Computational Engineering Geology
Computational Engineering Geology by Edward Derringh
Computational Engineering Geology Author: Edward Derringh
Title: Computational Engineering Geology
ISBN: 0138342369
ISBN13: 978-0138342364
Other Formats: mobi docx lrf lit
Pages: 323 pages
Publisher: Pearson College Div; 1st edition (October 15, 1997)
Language: English
Category: Engineering & Transportation
Size PDF version: 1790 kb
Size EPUB version: 1395 kb
Subcategory: Engineering

Focusing on learning how to solve real-world problems, this practical introduction to engineering geology covers such standard topics as stress, the stability of rock slopes, groundwater flow, and seismology. Requires knowledge of pre-calc math only.Provides theory, worked-out examples, and ample end-of-chapter problem sets to aid readers in their understanding and mastery of the material. Examines a full range of topics, including the bulk density, porosity, and subsidence of rock; sound wave surveying principles; and the law of radioactive. Uses 'pure' SI units, displays virtually all steps in a calculation, and presents dimensionally correct equations throughout. Alerts readers to such ambiguous engineering terms as 'flow', and 'load' with an icon warning flag signaling that the meaning must be inferred from context or the units in which it is used.For those preparing for licensing exams in engineering geology, civil engineering, or environmental engineering.