Some Trends in Civil Engineering Research

Some Trends in Civil Engineering Research * Structural Engineering * Design and Detailing Services * Detailing Services * Architectural Engineering * Computer Aided Design * Building Information Modeling * Intern Development Program * Steam Assisted Gravity Drainage * Design of Shell and Spatial Structures * Infrastructure Engineering Future, Trends Structural Engineering * Design And Detailing […]

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Future of Civil Engineering

Future of Civil Engineering * An Eye Towards the Future of Civil Engineering * Construction Engineering Research Laboratory * Building the Future: Innovation in Design, Materials and Construction Design and Detailing Services * Virtual Reality – Quicktime Vr Panoramas, 3d Cadd Modeling * Comprehensive Deconstruction Plan * Future Business Intercommunications * Data Center Virtualization Services […]

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Post-tensioning Systems and Devices

This section covers the following topics • Introduction • Stages of Post-tensioning • Advantages of Post-tensioning • Disadvantages of Post-tensioning • Devices • Manufacturing of a Post-tensioned Bridge Girder 1.4.1 Introduction Prestressing systems have developed over the years and various companies have patented their products. Detailed information of the systems is given in the product […]

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The Mechanism of Civil Engineers

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, harbours, docks, water supply, drainage, flood and erosion control, bridges, tunnels, pipelines, dams, irrigation […]

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Tall Buildings Some Important Structural Aspects in Design

Lecture on ‘Tall Buildings Some Important Structural Aspects in Design’ by Ms. Alpa Sheth at IISc, Bangalore on June 20th, 2013 Ms. Alpa Sheth, M/s VMS Consultants Pvt. Ltd, Mumbai presented a talk on June 20th in the Department of Civil Engineering, Indian Institute of Science. Prof. C S Manohar, Chairman of the Department presided […]

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Risk and Reliability Analysis in Civil Engineering

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 present […]

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143rd Annual Civil Engineering Conference

Civil Engineers – The Foundation of the Nation The Conference will held at Charlotte, North Carolene Civil Engineering Aims at improving to civil life of man by harmonizing the natural resources available on earth. Civil Engineering deals with the construction , geotechnique, transportation & traffic water supply & Sanitation, Surveying and mapping and  water resources. […]

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

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, irrigation […]

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Wishes You a Happy Engineers Day

Engineer’s Day in India In India, Engineers’ Day is celebrated on 15 September every year. The day is the birthday of Sir Mokshagundam Visvesvarayya (1860–1961), an eminent Indian engineer from the College of Engineering, Pune (University of Pune) and statesman born in Muddenahalli-Kanivenarayanapura in present-day Karnataka. He served as the chief engineer during construction of […]

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You Are the Engineer of Your Future

“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 struggling […]

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