The Science and Technology of Civil Engineering Materials

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Prentice Hall, 1998 - Technology & Engineering - 384 pages
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Innovative in approach, this book is a comprehensive, integrative exploration of the science and technology of construction materials that begins with a section on the structure and mechanical properties of materials. Begins with a discussion of the structure of materials (at a microscopic level), moves through mechanical properties, and follows-up with sections dealing individually with specific construction materials. A source of information for beginning and practicing civil engineers.

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Contents

THE ARCHITECTURE OF SOLIDS
15
DEVELOPMENT OF MICROSTRUCTURE
50
SURFACE PROPERTIES
66
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