By J. Paul Guyer

This book presents introductory technical tips for civil engineers, geotechnical engineers and different expert engineers and building managers attracted to instrumentation equipment, options, apparatus and units for minimize slopes and rock lots. here's what is mentioned: 1. creation, 2. making plans concerns, three. functions, four. forms of tools AND boundaries, five. info INTERPRETATION AND evaluate, 6. info PRESENTATION, 7. information evaluate, eight. info USE

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