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Monthly Archives: August 2019

An Engineers Guide to MATLAB (3rd Edition)

Authors:Edward & al
Size: 8.5 Mb, 846 Pages.

An Engineer’s Guide to MATLAB, 3/e, is an authoritative guide to generating readable, compact, and verifiably correct MATLAB programs. It is ideal for undergraduate engineering courses in Mechanical, Aeronautical, Civil, and Electrical engineering that require/use MATLAB.


This highly respected guide helps students develop a strong working knowledge of MATLAB that can be used to solve a wide range of engineering problems. Since solving these problems usually involves writing relatively short, one-time-use programs, the authors demonstrate how to effectively develop programs that are compact yet readable, easy to debug, and quick to execute. Emphasis is on using MATLAB to obtain solutions to several classes of engineering problems, so technical material is presented in summary form only.


The new edition has been thoroughly revised and tested for software release 2009.


An Introduction to Excel for Civil Engineers

Authors: Gunthar Pangaribuan
Size: 22 Mb, 387 Pages.

It’s a Excel basics book that every civil engineer should have read by now. It addresses skills that may not be covered in most Excel for civil engineering texts, such as step by step guides to create an application program and how to convert the steps into VBA code, how to perform matrix operations (multiplication and inversion) using Excel-VBA, macro for creating an engineering chart, a brief and simple guide to become an instant Excel-VBA programmer, and more… Also to be presented the depiction in AutoCAD program. Yes! AutoCAD is chosen because one of its advantages that relies on high drawing accuracy. You will learn how to create a simple AutoCAD script file using Excel formulas and Excel-VBA. It is expected that you will be able to create simple Cartesian graph in AutoCAD, even you are an AutoCAD first time user! With the ease of working with Excel, coupled with benefit of the given examples in this book, it is expected to increase the interest of the reader to create new original application programs. Thus, each model or even a specific calculation will be an exciting challenge for a programming job is already enjoyable. Happy Excel programming!


Calcul des ouvrages géotechniques selon l’Eurocode 7

Authors: Sébastien Burlon, Clément Desodt, Julien Habert, Philippe Reiffsteck
Size: 9 Mb, 235 Pages.

L’Eurocode 7 et ses normes d’application nationale ont introduit ces dernières années de nouvelles procédures et méthodes de calcul des ouvrages géotechniques. Cet ouvrage propose une synthèse et une analyse des principaux changements introduits et met en évidence les différences entre ce nouvel ensemble de normes et celui plus ancien.
Chaque chapitre correspond à un type d’ouvrages géotechniques (fondations superficielles, fondations profondes, écrans de soutènement, etc.) et comprend à la fois des explications et commentaires sur les documents normatifs à utiliser et des exercices basés sur des exemples concrets. L’objectif est de permettre aux étudiants et aux jeunes ingénieurs de rapidement acquérir la maîtrise des principales procédures et méthodes de calcul proposées par l’Eurocode 7.


L’Eurocode 7 et les autres normes européennes. Les concepts clés de l’Eurocode 7 – Partie 1. L’application de l’Eurocode 7 en France. Les problèmes liés à l’eau. Dimensionnement des fondations superficielles. Dimensionnement des fondations profondes. Dimensionnement des écrans de soutènement. Dimensionnement des murs de soutènement. Dimensionnement des pentes et ouvrages en sols renforcés. Dimensionnement d’autres ouvrages