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  1. Rock Mechanics

    Proceedings of the 28th US Symposium on Rock Mechanics

    By J. Dacmen, C. Desai, Ian Farmer, S. Neuman

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    Published December 31st 1986 by Taylor & Francis

  2. Groundwater effects in geotechnical engineering, volume 2

    Proceedings of the 9th European conference on soil mechanics and foundation engineering, Dublin, 31 August - 03 September 1987

    By Hanrahan

    Published December 31st 1986 by Taylor & Francis

  3. Piling in Rock

    By Joram Amir

    Piles are usually used to bypass soft formations. For typical conditions, piling in rock leads to considerable savings in terms of construction duration, labor, concrete, steel & energy. First comprehensive text devoted to piling in rock....

    Published December 31st 1985 by Taylor & Francis

  4. 5th Int Congress Int Assoc of Engineering Geology Argen

    Edited by Symposum Editors

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    Published December 31st 1985 by Taylor & Francis

  5. Geology for Civil Engineers, Second Edition

    By C. Gribble, A. McLean

    This seasoned textbook introduces geology for civil engineering students. It covers minerals and rocks, superficial deposits and the distribution of rocks at or below the surface. It then looks at groundwater and gives guidance on the exploration of a site before looking at the civil engineering...

    Published September 8th 1985 by CRC Press

  6. Proceedings of the 26th US Symposium on Rock Mechanics

    Proceedings of the 26th US Symposium on Rock Mechanics

    By Ashworth

    Published December 31st 1984 by Taylor & Francis

  7. A Geology for Engineers, Seventh Edition

    By F.G.H. Blyth, Michael de Freitas

    No engineering structure can be built on the ground or within it without the influence of geology being experienced by the engineer. Yet geology is an ancillary subject to students of engineering and it is therefore essential that their training is supported by a concise, reliable and usable text...

    Published September 30th 1984 by CRC Press

  8. Rock bolting: Theory and application in mining and underground construction

    Proceedings of the international symposium, Abisko, Sweden, 28 August-2 September 1983

    Edited by Ove Stephansson

    Published December 31st 1983 by Taylor & Francis