Dynamics: An Introduction for Civil and Structural Engineers - ICE Design and Practice Guides (Paperback)
  • Dynamics: An Introduction for Civil and Structural Engineers - ICE Design and Practice Guides (Paperback)

Dynamics: An Introduction for Civil and Structural Engineers - ICE Design and Practice Guides (Paperback)

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Paperback Published: 12/04/1999
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This guide provides civil and structural engineers with introductory information on all the main principles and important aspects of the subject. The guide is particularly relevant to those civil engineers approaching chartered status but will also be useful to any engineer requiring a concise overview of the subject. It answers the key questions, What is dynamics?, Why do engineers need to know about it? and How are dynamics accommodated in the engineering design and checking processes? The guide begins with the basic theory underlying dynamics and moves on to consider what the acceptance criteria are in cases where dynamic loading is significant in design. It then examines a broad range of dynamic loading which may be significant in many design situations and concludes with illustrative examples, references and a selected list of codes and standards as well as a classification of vibration standards. A summary of selected design issues is given at the end of the book as an aide memoire to enable designers to revisit parts of the guide they have noted as being particularly useful. The book also includes suggestions for further reading for those who wish to study this subject in more depth.

Publisher: ICE Publishing
ISBN: 9780727725226

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