Structual Engineering Reference Manual Index

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Copyright: 2015
Format: PDF
SKU: STRM8IDX
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  • Alan Williams, PhD, SE, FICE, C Eng

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    Alan Williams is a registered professional engineer and structural engineer in California, a Fellow and Life Member of the Institution of Civil Engineers, and a Chartered Engineer in the United Kingdom. He obtained his BS and PhD degrees at Leeds University. His extensive practical experience includes the design and construction of bridges, schools, and industrial and commercial structures. Currently he is employed as a senior engineer with the California Department of Transportation. Dr. Williams has published textbooks on structural engineering design, structural analysis, seismic design, and reinforced concrete design.

  • Structural Engineering Reference Manual Index, 8th Edition

    The Structural Engineering Reference Manual, 8th Edition is the most comprehensive textbook for the NCEES 16-hour structural engineering (SE) exam. The reference manual's extensive index contains thousands of entries, with multiple entries included for each topic, so you can easily find the codes and concepts you will need during the exam.


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