Elsevier's Dictionary of Civil Engineering 1997 - Elsevier Dictionaries on CD-ROM S. (CD-ROM)
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This dictionary is essentially a consulting work dedicated to professionals in civil engineering, translators, importers and exporters, technical schools, faculties of engineering and exact sciences, teachers and professors, master builders, construction foremen and specialists who deal with the important flow of information written in English, German, Spanish and French, on a great variety of subjects related to civil engineering and support disciplines. The dictionary embraces subjects such as: construction, foundation techniques, geology, cost control, water resources, equipment and service, earth compaction, submerged tunnels, water supply, tunnel lining, tunnelling methods, computers, crushing and screening plants, explosives in construction, cranes, pumped storage schemes, site power, site lighting, supercranes, nuclear power plant, tunnels for energy, power tools, piped natural gas, hydro construction, construction of pipelines, building of powerhouses, energy conservation, pumps, water treatment, bridge construction, dump trucks, dewatering systems, ceramic industry, structural clay products, blade shields, underground engineering, machine plants, technology of piling, soil stabilisation, construction machinery, dams, barrages, irrigation schemes, geothermal reservoirs, power plants, underpressure engineering, pressurized gas lines, concrete, water pipelines, generating plants, industrial plants, air tools, girder cranes and permeable membrane.
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