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Learning from Construction Failures: Applied Forensic Engineering
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- Engineering Analysis of Failure: A Determination of Cause Method;
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Wilkes, D. Harvey 6. Forensic investigation case studies : bridges: 7.
Benn 8. Elliott 9. Thompson Cao, E. Malsch, F. Brando, G. Abruzzo Wheatley, N. Gibbin, M. Harwood Building failures and investigation: Goda, I. Dasiewicz, S. Li, M.
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Zhang Perry Beasley Hudson Case studies : ground and below ground works: Ramanathan Temporary structures: Hewlett, A. Jones, S. Bell Lavingia, J. Education and continuing professional development in forensic engineering: When compared to the volume of construction undertaken, the number of failures of buildings and other structures is thankfully small. The spread and depth of topics covered is remarkable and illustrates the importance of this subjhect in modern engineering design.
Introduction; Historic collapses; Some lessons from the past; Pisa goes critical; The application of forensic knowledge to management and design; Learning from failures and collapses; Risk management from the lawyer's point of view; American practice; Technical investigation of failure - a view from the marine industry; The role of risk assessment in failure investigations; Failures and vulnerabilities of reservoir control structures; Diverse engineering failures; Reinforced aircrete slabs; Lessons learned from the Oklahoma City bombing; Failures of masts and towers.
Professionals and students in civil and structural engineering, construction, architecture and design and related disciplines. It covers risk assessment, aspects of construction law and insurance as well as structural failure and remediation. This is a remarkable book which ought to be essential reading for construction professionals.
It makes compulsive reading. A constant theme running through the book is that of risk assessment and management. It should be read by all engineers, but especially young engineers'.