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1. Buildings of Earth and Straw : Structural Design for Rammed Earth and Straw Bale Architecture
by Bruce King, Ann Edminster (Editor)
Chelsea Green's The Rammed Earth House and The Straw Bale House chronicle the possibilities and realities of straw bale and rammed earth construction. Buildings of Earth and Straw fills in the gaps for professional builders, contractors, engineers, inspectors, lenders, and architectural students. It...
2. Structures : Or, Why Things Don't Fall Down
by J. E. Gordon(Editor)
A reviewer, January 16, 1999
Excellent layman's overview or engineer's refresher
I first read both Structures and Gordon's other book, The New Science of Strong Materials, in the early '80's. I have read them several times since, and am constantly trying to find them because I keep giving them away to people. When I read Gordon's explanations of the history and present state of...
3. Civil Engineering Sample Examination (Engineering Licensing Exam and Reference Series)
by Michael R. Lindeburg
4. Why Buildings Stand Up : The Strength of Architecture
by Mario G. Salvadori
Louise Dana, December 21, 1999
Parts you slog through, parts you gobble
Salvadori clearly explains, with the invaluable aid of lots of little pictures, how and why buildings stand up. There are chapters on cathedrals, the Eiffel Tower, the Hagia Sophia, bridges, domes, and so forth. The chapter on wind is particularly fascinating--I found out a lot of things I'd had no...
5. Design of Wood Structures: Allowable Stress Design, 4/e
by Donald E. Breyer, et al
Book Description
This classic text on wood design, incorporates the 1997 National Design Specifications for Wood Construction (NDS) being released later this year by the American Forest and Paper Association (AF&PA), including the 1997 Uniform Building Code (UBC) and the latest information on loading criteria and...
6. Building the Empire State
by Carol Willis(Editor), et al
Book Description
A rediscovered 1930s notebook charts the construction of the Empire State Building. Constructed in eleven months, the 1250-foot Empire State Building, the world's tallest skyscraper from 1931 to 1971, was a marvel of modern engineering. The frame rose more than a story a day; no comparable building...
7. Works in Progress
by Alvin Rosenbaum, et al
From Book News, Inc. , January 1, 1995
A photographic chronicle of landmark buildings and projects under construction from the 1860s onward, from the Washington Monument to the Channel Tunnel. Rosenbaum, head of the Historic American Engineering Record, draws on news accounts, architects' records, and other archival sources to describe...
8. Simplified Engineering for Architects and Builders (Parker-Ambrose Series of Simplified Design Guides)
by Harry Parker, James E. Ambrose
From Book News, Inc. , January 1, 1994
The latest edition of a classic that was first published in 1938. Pragmatically focused with respect to the concerns of the designers and constructors of buildings, the volume presents a minimum of fundamental structural mechanics and a digest of the basic issues regarding common forms of...
9. Finite Element Modeling for Stress Analysis
by Robert Cook
Book Description
Oriented toward those who will use finite elements (FE) rather than toward theoreticians and computer programmers. Emphasizes the behavior of FE and how to use the FE method successfully. Includes several examples of FE analysiseach one features a critique of the accuracy of the solutions....
10. Seismic Design of Buildings and Bridges: For Civil and Structural Engineers
by Alan Williams, Alan' 'Williams
From Book News, Inc. , April 1, 1996
A text for civil and structural engineers preparing for the Special Civil Engineer Exam, the National Structural Engineer Exam, and the Structural Engineer Exam, based on the 1994 Uniform Building Code and the latest AASHTO, AISC, and SEAOC standards. Sections on general seismic principles; static...
11. 246 Solved Structural Engineering Problems
by C. Dale Buckner
12. Peterson's Stress Concentration Factors, 2nd Edition
by Walter D. Pilkey, et al
Book News, Inc.
Establishes a system of data classification for all of the applications of stress and strain analysis and expedites their synthesis into CAD applications, presenting stress concentration factors both graphically and with formulas. This second edition employs computer-generated art to portray...
13. Structural Engineering Handbook
by Edwin H., Jr Gaylord(Editor), et al
From Book News, Inc.
Thirty-two articles address such subjects as second-order analysis of structures, reinforced-earth walls, soil mechanics, thin-shell concrete structures, suspension roofs, and buried conduits. The discussion of bridges addresses the topics of horizontal curving, earthquake resistant design, and...
14. Steel Detailing in CAD Format/Book and Disks
by Kamel A. Zayat, Kamal Zayat
From Book News, Inc. , June 1, 1995
A book/disk set for structural engineers, architects, designers, contractors, and specifiers. It provides a comprehensive and self- contained library of steel connection details. Each detail is provided on a single 8.5x11" page. Each page contains the drawing itself, a description of the...
15. Structural Engineer Registration: Problems and Solutions
by Alan Williams
Book Description
Registered Structural Engineer-California
A comprehensive guide and reference to assist civil engineers preparing for the Structural Engineer examination. Five hundred twenty three pages of problems with complete step-by-step solutions covering General Structural Principles and Seismic Design;... Read more
16. Architecture Exam Review Ballasts Guide
by David Kent A.I.A. Ballast
17.Concepts and Applications of Finite Element Analysis
by Robert D. Cook, et al
From Book News, Inc. , May 1, 1989
The second edition (1981) is listed in BCL3. Cook, Malkus and Plesha (all engineering mechanics, U. of Wisconsin, Madison) take a structural mechanical approach to finite element analysis. Contains over 750 problems, introduces matrix methods early on, and includes Fortran algorithms for...
18. Theory of Matrix Structural Analysis
by J. S. Przemieniecki
19. Water Treatment Plant Design
by American Society of Civil Engineers, American Water Works Association
From Book News, Inc. , March 1, 1990
Revises and updates the practical guide to the modernization of existing facilities and the design of new ones. Details all phases of design and operation, examines specific treatment processes as well as new developments, and reviews EPA water quality standards. For civil engineers. Acidic paper....
20. Mechanics of Materials
by R. C. Hibbeler
Book News, Inc.
The new edition of a textbook (first, 1991) covering the theory and application of the fundamental principles of mechanics of materials features some rewriting, some design changes, (including the introduction of color photographs), the addition of an exam review with partial solutions, and ample...
21. Pavement Analysis And Design
by Yang H. Huang
From Book News, Inc. , August 1, 1993
A textbook based on the author's course for seniors and graduate students at the U. of Kentucky. The content is limited to the structural analysis and design of highway pavements and covers essentially the mechanistic-empirical design procedures rather than the purely empirical methods. Two original...
22. Structural Details Manual
by David R. Williams
From Book News, Inc.
Provides structural engineers, architects, contractors, and professionals who are only occasionally engaged in building design and construction, with samples of contract drawings for commercial construction projects that illustrate the necessary structural details. Explains what should be shown and...
23. Structures
by Daniel L. Schodek
From Book News, Inc.
A text exploring the role of analytical techniques in the design of structures in a building context, covering material discussed not only in specialized engineering curricula but also that covered in architecture courses. Part I introduces fundamental concepts of analysis and design, and Part II...
24. Building Structures, 2nd Edition
by James E. Ambrose
From Book News, Inc. , June 1, 1993
Revised edition of a comprehensive source for study of the general topic of building structures, primarily intended to serve as a resource for courses on the topic in architecture schools and as a review for candidates for the examination of architectural registration. Presentations range from...
25.Shaping Structures : Statics
by Waclaw Zalewski, Edward Allen
From Book News, Inc.
An engineer and an architect team up to present a synthesis of the creative and technical aspects of statics, explicate its principles, describe its application to the task of finding good form for structures. They use both numerical and graphical approaches to demonstrate the steps for finding form


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