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Given the strain components ex, ey, and exy, this calculator computes the principal strains e1 and e2, the principal angle qp, the maximum shear strain exy max and its angle qs. It also illustrates an approximate Mohr's...
Building Big is a very informative site about the engineering principles required to build large structures, including bridges, domes, skyscrapers, dams, and tunnels. The interactive labs presented on the site discuss...
Authors, Ch Amstad, Georgios Anagnostou and Kalman Kovari present a paper concerning laboratory tests and the monitoring of swelling rock as well as relevant case histories in tunnel construction. The site addresses...
With a mix of interactive features, social media, and other bells and whistles, the Science 360 Knowledge Network "immerses visitors in the latest wonders of science, engineering, technology and math." The Network...
This project, a project of NSF's Advanced Technological Education program, has developed a civil engineering technology/surveying curriculum for two-year colleges based on an industry survey and review of CET programs...
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