




OverviewFull Product DetailsAuthor: Indranil GoswamiPublisher: McGrawHill Education Imprint: McGrawHill Education Dimensions: Width: 19.30cm , Height: 3.80cm , Length: 23.40cm Weight: 1.547kg ISBN: 9781260011340ISBN 10: 1260011348 Pages: 656 Publication Date: 06 June 2018 Audience: General/trade , General Format: Hardback Publisher's Status: Active Availability: Manufactured on demand We will order this item for you from a manufactured on demand supplier. Table of ContentsUnits and Unit Conversions Chapter 1 Mathematics Analytic Geometry Straight Line Distance Formula Quadratic Equation Trigonometry Law of Sines and Law of Cosines Trigonometric Identities Conic Sections Eccentricity Generalized Equation of Conic Sections Circle Ellipse Hyperbola Parabola Mensuration: Regular Polygon Mensuration Mensuration: Area of a Parallelogram Volume of Solids Vectors Dot Product Cross Product Complex Numbers Roots of Complex Equations Matrix Algebra Cofactor Classical Adjoint Determinant Polynomials of Higher Order—Interrelationships of Roots SecondOrder Polynomial (Quadratic) ThirdOrder Polynomial (Cubic) FourthOrder Polynomial (Quartic) Newton’s Method of Root Extraction Differential Calculus Limits The Derivative L’Hôpital’s Rule Tests for Maxima and Minima Chain Rule for Derivatives Derivative of an Exponent Derivative of a Product of Several Functions Derivative of a Quotient of Two Functions Curvature Taylor’s Series Integral Calculus Standard Integrals Integration by Parts Integration by Substitution Integration by Separable Variables Numerical Integration: Euler’s Rule, Trapezoidal Rule, and Simpson’s Rule Partial Fractions Ordinary Differential Equation with Constant Coefficients Homogeneous Differential Equations FirstOrder Linear Homogeneous Differential Equation with Constant Coefficients FirstOrder Linear Nonhomogeneous Differential Equation with Constant Coefficients SecondOrder Linear Homogeneous Differential Equation with Constant Coefficients Nonhomogeneous Linear Ordinary Differential Equation: Particular Solution Chapter 2 Probability and Statistics Permutations and Combinations Laws of Probability Independent Events Conditional Probability—Related Events Bayes’ Theorem Measures of Central Tendency Mean Variance Combinations of Random Variables Sample Mean and Sample Variance Median Probability Functions Discrete Random Variable Continuous Random Variable Normal (Gaussian) Distribution Student’s tDistribution Confidence Intervals Binomial Distribution Expected Value Discrete Variable Continuous Variable Use of Expected Value in Decision Making Hypothesis Testing Test on Means of Normal Distribution—Variance Known Linear Regression Chapter 3 Computational Tools Number Systems Binary (Base 2) Octal (Base 8) Decimal (Base 10) Hexadecimal (Base 16) Spreadsheets as an Analysis and Design Tool Copying Formulas Some Useful Functions in EXCEL Structured Programming Declaration Initialization Counters Loops IF ELSE Expressions Sum Logical Tests Chapter 4 Ethics and Professional Practice Code of Ethics National Society of Professional Engineers Code of Ethics National Council of Examiners for Engineering and Surveying Rules NSPE Rules of Practice Professional Obligations (as Listed in the NSPE Code of Ethics) Intellectual Property Professional Liability Licensure Engineering Intern Portfolio Review Examination(s) Certification of Professional Competence General versus Specific Types of Licensure Sustainability and Sustainable Design Indicators of Sustainability Index of Sustainable Economic Welfare Chapter 5 Engineering Economics Types of Cash Flow YearEnd Accounting Convention Minimum Attractive Rate of Return Nonannual Compounding Present Worth Principal in a Sinking Fund Capitalized Cost Equivalent Uniform Annual Cost Depreciation StraightLine Method Modified Accelerated Cost Recovery System Tax Issues Bonds BreakEven Analysis Return on Investment BenefitCost Analysis Uncertainty (Expected Value and Risk) Chapter 6 Statics Vectors Definitions Resultant of a System of Forces (2D) Moment of a Force Moment about a Point Moment about a Line (Axis) Equivalent Force Systems Equilibrium of Rigid Bodies Representation of Distributed Loads Rigid Frames: Degrees of Freedom, Determinacy, and Stability Inclined Support Ideal Truss—Stability and Determinacy Truss Member Forces: Method of Joints Truss Member Forces: Method of Sections Identification of ZeroForce Members Truss Deflection: Method of Virtual Work Influence Line for Truss Member Force Centroid of an Area by Integration Centroid of a Compound Area—Weighted Average Various Section Properties Moment of Inertia (I) Polar Moment of Inertia (J) Product of Inertia Friction Belt Friction Screw Thread Chapter 7 Dynamics Kinematics Particle Kinematics Rigid Body Kinematics Kinetics Particle Kinetics Constant Length of String Concept Rigid Body Kinetics Principle of Impulse and Momentum Impact Coefficient of Restitution Elastic versus Plastic Impact Principle of Work and Energy Work Gravitational Potential Energy Elastic Potential Energy Kinetic Energy Chapter 8 Mechanics of Materials Shear Force and Bending Moment Diagrams Shear Force Diagram Bending Moment Diagram Normal Stress and Strain Hooke’s Law Elastic versus Inelastic Behavior Poisson’s Ratio Shear Stress Generalized Hooke’s Law Typical StressStrain Curve for Mild Steel Ductility ElastoPlastic Model Bending Stress Elastic Section Modulus Plastic Section Modulus Combined Axial and Bending Stress Shear Stress due to Transverse Load Beam Deflection—The Elastic Curve Direct Integration Method Unit Load Method Beam Deflection Equations Torsion Shear Stress due to Torsion—Circular Sections Shear Stress due to Torsion—ThinWalled Sections Thermal Stress and Strain Mohr’s Circle: Normal (σ) and Shear (τ) Stress Combination Principal Stresses Composite Materials Composite Section Undergoing Axial Force Composite Section Undergoing Flexure Stability of Axially Loaded Columns—Euler Buckling Chapter 9 Materials Concrete Mix Design Absolute Volume Method Asphalt Mix Design: Volumetric Relationships Unit Volume Approach to Calculating Asphalt Properties Common Material Tests Asphalt: Particle Size Analysis (AASHTO T30/ASTM D5444) Asphalt: Moisture Susceptibility Test (AASHTO T283/ASTM D4867) Asphalt: Specific Gravity and Absorption of Coarse Aggregate (AASHTO T85/ASTM C127) Asphalt Binder Content Test (AASHTO T308/ASTM D6307) Voids in Mineral Aggregate (VMA) (AASHTO T166 and T209/ASTM D2726 and D2041) Steel: Tensile Test Concrete: Compression Test Concrete: Split Cylinder Test Third Point Loading Test of a Beam (Flexure) Engineering Materials and Their Properties Unit Weight Steel: Tensile Strength Concrete: Compressive Strength Modulus of Elasticity Poisson’s Ratio Thermal Expansion Composites Chapter 10 Fluid Mechanics Fluid Properties Density Surface Tension Capillary Action Viscosity Laminar versus Turbulent Flow Relationship between Average Velocity and Maximum Velocity Static Pressure on Submerged Surfaces Static Pressure on Plane Area of Arbitrary Shape Static Pressure on Compound Area (Curved or Multiple Linear Segments) Fluid Dynamics Conservation of Mass Conservation of Energy Conservation of Momentum Energy Grade Line and Hydraulic Grade Line Fluid Power Dynamic Similarity Flow Measurement Devices Pitot Tube Orifice Meter Venturi Meter Flow Measurement with Weirs SharpCrested Weirs Triangular Weirs Chapter 11 Hydraulics and Hydrologic Systems Hydrologic Balance Precipitation Rainfall Intensity IntensityDurationFrequency Curves Time of Concentration Hydrograph Hydrograph Separation Unit Hydrograph Runoff Estimation by Natural Resources Conservation Service Curve Number Procedure for the NRCS Method Rational Method for Predicting Runoff Water Distribution Systems Inflow and Infiltration Closed Conduit Hydraulics DarcyWeisbach Equation Laminar Flow Hydraulic Radius and Hydraulic Diameter HazenWilliams Equation Head Loss in Circular Conduits Minor Losses Equivalent Length Pipe Networks TwoNode Network Pumps System Curve Pump Curves Cavitation Circular Pipe Head Loss Open Channel Flow Fundamentals Rectangular Open Channels Critical Depth of Flow in Open Channels Alternate Depths Velocity in Open Channels Hydraulic Parameters of StraightSided Open Channels Hydraulic Parameters of Circular Open Channels Momentum in Open Channels Hydraulic Jump Groundwater Distribution Groundwater Dewatering Chapter 12 Structural Analysis Structural Determinacy and Stability Determinacy and Stability of Trusses, Frames, and Beams Trusses Frames Beams Load Path and Tributary Area Floor System: Load Path Analysis of Trusses Load Types Dead Loads Live Loads Snow Loads Seismic Loads Moving Loads: Influence Lines Deflection Truss Deflection Frame Deflection Introduction to Indeterminate Structural Analysis Compatibility Indeterminate Trusses Displacement Methods: Slope Deflection and Moment Distribution Chapter 13 Structural Design Reinforced Concrete Design Basic Provisions of ACI 3182011 Reinforcement Strength Design Approach Analysis and Design of Reinforced Concrete Beams in Flexure Analysis and Desi gn of Reinforced Concrete Columns Steel Design Load and Resistance Factor Design Analysis and Design of Beams (Flexure) Design for Shear Analysis and Design of Steel Compression Members Analysis and Design of Steel Tension Members Chapter 14 Geotechnical Engineering Mineralogy Igneous Rocks Weathering Sedimentary Rocks Metamorphic Rocks Clay Minerals Soil as a ThreePhase System Fundamental Definitions Shrinkage and Swell Effective Stress Shear Strength (MohrCoulomb) Standard Soil Tests Liquid Limit Test (ASTM D4318) Plastic Limit Test (ASTM D4318) Standard Penetration Test Relative Density Cone Penetrometer Test Direct Shear Test Unconfined Compression Test Compaction Triaxial Test Fundamentals Consolidation Consolidation Test Settlement due to Primary Consolidation Consolidation Rate Soil Classification Sieve Sizes Particle Size Distribution Curves Hydrometer Analysis Unified Soil Classification System AASHTO Soil Classification Bearing Capacity Foundation Types Ultimate Bearing Capacity Effect of Water Table on Bearing Capacity Combined Footing Eccentric Load on a Shallow Footing Mat Foundations Deep Foundations Lateral Earth Pressure Stability and Strength Checks Active Earth Pressure Rankine’s Theory for Earth Pressure Steps for Evaluating Stability of a Retaining Wall Slope Stability Stability of Slopes along a Planar Surface Permeability of Soils Darcy’s Law for Seepage Liquefaction Laboratory Measurement of Hydraulic Conductivity Flow Nets Aquifers Soil Stabilization Mechanical Stabilization Chemical Stabilization Erosion Control Methods Geosynthetics Chapter 15 Transportation Transportation Planning Trip Generation Trip Distribution: Gravity Model Modal Split by the Logit Model Design Traffic Volume Expansion Factors Travel Speed Speed–Volume–Density Relationships Level of Service (LOS) of Freeway Segments Constant Acceleration and Deceleration Intersections Intersection Sight Distance Change and Clearance Intervals at an Intersection Pavement Design Equivalent Single Axle Load Load Equivalence Factors Flexible Pavements Rigid Pavement Design Highway Design: Horizontal Curves Highway Design: Superelevation Coefficient of Side Friction Highway Design: Spiral Curves Highway Design: Vertical Curves Sight Distance Stopping Sight Distance—AASHTO Recommendations Sight Distance on Vertical Curves Stopping Sight Distance on Horizontal Curves Highway Safety Accident Rates Accident Countermeasures Chapter 16 Environmental Engineering Main U.S. Environmental Laws Clean Air Act (1955, amended 1977) Clean Water Act (1948, amended 1977) Safe Drinking Water Act Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (1976, amended 1986) Surface Water Treatment Rule Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System Water Quality–Based Effluent Limits Water Quality Biochemical Oxygen Demand Dilution Purification of Wastewater Streams Hardness in Water pH and pOH Alkalinity Wastewater Flow Rates from Various Sources Municipal Wastewater Treatment Reactors Used for Wastewater Treatment Reaction Kinetics and Reactor Hydraulics Physical Unit Operations in Wastewater Treatment Mixing and Flocculation Settling of Particles Primary Sedimentation Tanks Absorption versus Adsorption Activated Carbon Adsorption Coagulation Chemical Unit Processes in Wastewater Treatment Chemical Neutralization Disinfection Log Inactivation Biological Wastewater Treatment Biochemistry, Biology, and Bacteriology Effect of Temperature and pH Aerobic versus Anaerobic Biological Treatment Hydraulic Detention Time Activated Sludge Process Air Pollution Cyclonic Separation Electrostatic Precipitator Destruction and Removal Efficiency Reverse Osmosis Solid Waste Management Leachate Chapter 17 Construction Stages of Construction Construction Documents Submittals Request for Information Procurement Methods Open Tendering Restricted Tendering Request for Proposal TwoStage Tendering Request for Quotations Single Source Project Delivery Methods DesignBidBuild Construction Management at Risk DesignBuild Construction Operations and Methods Machine Production Production Cycle Time Equipment Balancing Scheduling Gantt Charts Critical Path Analysis Program Evaluation and Review Technique Earned Value Management OSHA Regulations for Construction Projects Rules of Construction Site Layout Emergency Response Signs, Signals, and Barricades Fall Protection Quantity Estimating Quantity Estimation for Excavations Estimating Mortar Quantity between Bricks or Masonry Blocks Chapter 18 Surveying Glossary of Terms Coordinate Systems State Plane Coordinate System Global Positioning System Types of Surveys Stationing Chaining Techniques Tension Correction Temperature Correction Sag Correction (Not in the FE Reference Handbook) Angles and Distances Azimuth Bearings Latitude and Departure Northings and Eastings Interior and Exterior Angles Area of a Traverse by Coordinates Area under an Irregular Curve Traverse Closure Transit Rule Differential Leveling IndexReviewsAuthor InformationIndranil Goswami, Ph.D., P.E., is a registered Professional Engineer in Maryland, and has been a professor at Morgan State University. He is currently a senior consulting engineer. He is the author of Civil Engineering AllinOne PE Exam Guide and was the recipient of the 2016 Excellence in Engineering Education Award from the National Society of Professional Engineers. Tab Content 6Author Website:Countries AvailableAll regions 