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Stormwater Drainage System Design
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(Auburn University), 180 page(s)
This DVD covers stormwater pipe design, provides tips for creating water pipe systems, introduces the Manning equation, and illustrates the relationship between flow and diameter.
(Auburn University), 180 page(s)
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Erosion and Sediment Control Using Geosynthetics
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(Auburn University), 120 page(s)
Introducing the history and applications of geosynthetics, this DVD teaches how to reduce surface water pollution from soil runoff using geosynthetics. It examines such factors affecting erosion as rainfall, soil type, and vegetation and discusses surface stream bank and coastal erosion control measures.
(Auburn University), 120 page(s)
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Fundamentals of Roadway Design
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(Auburn University), 180 page(s)
This program discusses roadway geometric design. It examines basic design concepts, factors to consider in design, horizontal alignment, superelevation, and vertical alignment. The DVD also explores concepts of highway classification and selection of design parameters and presents sample problems and their solutio...
(Auburn University), 180 page(s)
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An Overview of Electric Power Systems Engineering
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(Auburn University), 240 page(s)
This program discusses the generation, transformation, transmission, and distribution of electrical energy. It reviews the evolution of the U.S. power grid, examines basic technical concepts and analytical methods, and describes the fundamentals of system operation and control. It also looks at the major hardware...
(Auburn University), 240 page(s)
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Shallow Foundation Design
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(Auburn University), 180 page(s)
Part 2 examines the design of reinforced concrete spread footings. It presents common formulas to determine soil pressure distribution under footings.
(Auburn University), 180 page(s)
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Soil Basics for Engineers
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(Auburn University), 360 page(s)
This program considers soil’s role in engineering design and construction. It examines how to identify, classify, and test soils, shows how to improve soil quality, and highlights problems caused by water.
(Auburn University), 360 page(s)
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Concrete Basics: Residential Slab on Grade
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(Auburn University), 180 page(s)
Explaining that concrete slab on grade is the most common structural element used in the contemporary building industry, this program examines the construction of high quality residential slabs on grade. It follows the planning, modeling, construction, and finishing of an elaborate residential driveway.
(Auburn University), 180 page(s)
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Great Surveyors and Their Surveys
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(Auburn University), 180 page(s)
Featuring Milton E. Denny, this program presents the history of U.S. land surveying. The DVD covers historical methods of surveying, equipment of the time period, and current evidence of historical boundaries.
(Auburn University), 180 page(s)
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Roundabouts 101
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(Auburn University), 180 page(s)
Focusing on single-lane roundabouts, this program teaches how to plan, design, and construct modern roundabouts. It features Martin Bretherton and John McCarthy, who discuss the guidelines presented in the NCHRP Report 672.
(Auburn University), 180 page(s)
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