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Seismic engineering coverage that goes beyond vague theory and puts usable data at your fingertips!
Here is the first book on the market specifically devoted to seismology, geotechnical engineering basics, earthquake analysis, and site improvement methods written by one of the most respected names in the field.
Invaluable to civil and architectural engineers, geologists, contractors, other professionals, and students with an interest in earthquakes, this unique guide gives you instant access to immeditely usable, practical information:
* Field and laboratory testing methods and procedures
* Current seismic codes
* Site improvement methods
* In-depth earthquake engineering analysis as applied to soils
* Worked-out problems illustrating earthquake analysis
* Subsurface exploration data
* Fundamental geotechnical engineering principles
If you're looking for a one-stop answer to your earthquake analysis questions, your search ends here.About the Author:
Robert W. Day is a leading geotechnical engineer and chief engineer at American Geotechnical in San Diego, California. The author of over 200 published papers and two McGraw-Hill geotechnical engineering titles, he serves on the advisory committee for several professional associations, including ASCE, ASTM, and NCEES. Mr. Day is a registered civil engineer in several states and a registered geotechnical engineer in California.
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Book Description McGraw-Hill Professional, 2001. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P110071377824