Download e-book for iPad: An Introduction to Fundamentals of Ice Engineering by J. Paul Guyer

By J. Paul Guyer

ISBN-10: 1530877040

ISBN-13: 9781530877041

This e-book presents introductory technical advice for civil engineers and different expert engineers and development managers attracted to the basics of ice engineering. here's what is mentioned: 1. advent, 2. ICE procedures AND homes, three. MECHANICAL homes OF FRESHWATER ICE, four. FRAZIL ICE, five. THERMAL ICE progress, 6. DYNAMIC ICE conceal FORMATION, 7. ICE disguise BREAKUP

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