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Academic Dictionary of Civil Engineering

R.K. Chandra Shekhar (Editor)
Synopsis The present publication is an up-to-date, authentic and comprehensive dictionary of civil engineering, which recognizes that civil engineering is a field in its own right, with its own language, and that terms and their definitions are important for professionals and students of civil engineering. It aims to provide clear, concise, and correct definitions and descriptions of the terms used in civil engineering. This work is designed to be a comprehensive reference tool for civil engineering professionals, students and laymen interested in civil engineering. It is earnestly hoped that it will be an authoritative source to which one can turn with confidence for meaning and knowledge of the common, specialized and latest terms in civil engineering and allied fields.
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About the author

R.K. Chandra Shekhar

R.K.C. Shekhar, a renowned architect and a seasoned teacher, holds masters degree in architecture. He is a passionate advocate of cultural awareness, and a fervent explorer of human and natural environments. His buildings, though remarkably diverse, share deep respect for the context, incomparable freshness and grace, and the dramatic use of space and light. As both architect and professor, he has contributed much to the architectural community. He has received numerous awards and degrees for his invaluable contributions. He has also contributed a number of learned articles on architecture, archeology and engineering in professional journals of repute.

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Bibliographic information

Title Academic Dictionary of Civil Engineering
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2005
Edition 1st ed.
Publisher Isha Books
Language: English
isbn 8182051098
length vi+357p., 23cm