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    ACC Coolcrete Ready mix concrete

    by  • June 14, 2016 • Building Construction, Cement, concrete, Editorial, Expert Lecture, Introduction • 0 Comments

    Coolcrete : Ready-Mix Concrete Temperature –  controlled Concrete. Coolcrete has placement temperatures much below ambient temperatures and and can be designed as low as 12 degree Celsius or as per client requirement. Temperature controlled concrete is necessary to prevent the rise of internal temperature of the concrete beyond specified limits for mass concrete or...

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    Risk and Reliability Analysis in Civil Engineering

    by  • July 29, 2013 • Editorial, Expert Lecture, India, Introduction, News from ASCE, Top Story, What is Civil Engineering? • 0 Comments

    Expert Lecture on “Risk and Reliability Analysis in Civil Engineering” by Prof. G.L. Sivakumar Babu, at NITK, Surthkal on June 14th, 2013 Prof. Katta Venkataramana, Head of the Civil Engineering Depart¬ment, NITK along with Prof. R.Shivashankar warmly welcomed Prof. G.L.Sivakumar Babu forthe expert lecture. Faculty members, Students and Research Scholars of the Department were...

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    Election 2013 Result Report ASCE India Section

    by  • July 27, 2013 • Editorial, India, Introduction, News from ASCE, Top Story • 0 Comments

    The first time ever India-wide elections for ASCE India Section have been successfully conducted in the month of May 2013 for Section and the regions. The untiring efforts of Dr. Himansu Banerjee, International Governor, Region 10 and Mrs. Meggan Maughan-Brown, Director, International Relations, ASCE are deeply applauded in this regard. The following are the...

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    Definition of Civil Engineering on www.civilengineer.co.in

    by  • May 14, 2013 • Introduction, What is Civil Engineering? • 0 Comments

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    Civil Engineering   Civil Engineering is a branch of engineering that embraces expert practices which work towards creating, maintaining and operating the social, commercial, and industrial infrastructure that sustains a modern society. Such infrastructure includes all building construction , roads, railways, canals, airports, harbors  docks, water supply, drainage, flood and erosion control, bridges, tunnels, pipelines, dams,...

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    You Are the Engineer of Your Future

    by  • April 25, 2011 • Editorial, Introduction, What is Civil Engineering? • 0 Comments

    “You are the architect of your future.” As with most timeless sayings encased in a cookie, this one is especially relevant given today’s economy. Construction unemployment reached a ten-year high of 22.7% in December 2009, and has continued to be high ever since, “falling” to 20% for the month of March. College graduates are...

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    Building the Infrastructure of World

    by  • April 16, 2011 • Introduction, What is Civil Engineering? • 0 Comments

    In the beginning, Civil Engineering included all engineers that did not practice military engineering; said to have begun in 18th century France . First “Civil Engineer” was an Englishman, John Smeaton in 1761. Civil engineers have saved more lives than all the doctors in history by developing clean water and sanitation systems Civil engineering...

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    Welcome Message

    by  • December 19, 2010 • Introduction • 2 Comments

    This community is for all Civil Engineers around the world. This community is just an attempt to bring all Civil Engineers around the Globe under one Ruin. As you all know Civil Engineering is the Oldest branch of Engineering and the Mother of all Engineering Branches. Right from the age of Den to Sky...

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