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By J. Paul Guyer

ISBN-10: 1532782411

ISBN-13: 9781532782411

This booklet presents introductory technical counsel for civil engineers, marine engineers and different expert engineers and building managers drawn to layout and development of amenities in and round chilly areas the place ice stipulations are an important attention. This e-book offers with inland clean water environments akin to lakes, reservoirs and rivers. here's what is mentioned: 1. basics, 2. strength ON constructions, three. BEARING capability, four. ICE JAM MITIGATION

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