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Modelling Pedestrian Movement

Author(s): Urban Space – AECOM
Publication Date: December 2019
ISBN: 9780727763815
Stock level: In stock
£80.00

Modelling Pedestrian Movement,  as seen on AECOM's video ,  provides a detailed introduction to the principles and practices involved in simulating pedestrian and crowd flow patterns. The contents of the book include fundamental research on pedestrian movement; the theories...

Civil Engineering Special Issue: From research to practice

Author(s): Editor: Simon Fullalove
Publication Date: October 2015
ISBN: 9780727761637
Stock level: Low stock
£36.40

This special issue of Civil Engineering includes nine papers exploring aspects of research and practice. Topics covered include the development of a new composite flooring system installed in the iconic Leadenhall building in central London, UK, the use of timber in civil engi...

Underground Spaces Unveiled: Planning and creating the cities of the future

Author(s): Han Admiraal and Antonia Cornaro
Publication Date: February 2018
ISBN: 9780727761453
Stock level: In stock
£72.50

Award-winning title on the benefits, challenges and possibilities of urban underground spaces. The book gives a broad overview of the concept of underground space development investigating the issues that are associated with the sustainable development of urban underground sp...

Civil Engineering Special Issue: Hong Kong

Author(s): Editor: Simon Fullalove
Publication Date: November 2016
ISBN: 9780727762047
Stock level: Low stock
£36.40

This Civil Engineering special issue showcases the recent innovative work in Hong Kong and how the technical problems presented by a densely populated modern city can be overcome by the ingenuity of civil engineers. As can be seen from the eight papers, the challenges vary sig...

Civil Engineering Special Issue: Humanitarian engineering

Author(s): Editor: Simon Fullalove
Publication Date: April 2016
ISBN: 9780727761774
Stock level: In stock
£36.40

This special issue of Civil Engineering on humanitarian engineering shares and celebrates some of the tremendous projects that civil engineers are carrying out in the humanitarian field. These eight papers aim to open discussions about best practice and lessons learnt for the ...

Civil Engineering Special Issue: Saint Petersburg

Author(s): Editor: Simon Fullalove
Publication Date: April 2015
ISBN: 9780727761088
Stock level: In stock
£36.40

This special issue of Civil Engineering is the first about Russia and in particular a Russian city; not just any city but ‘The Venice of the North’ - Saint Petersburg. Of the six papers presented, five are from Russian authors generally from the Saint Petersburg State Universi...

Civil Engineering Special Issue: London 2012 Legacy

Author(s): Editor: Simon Fullalove
Publication Date: November 2014
ISBN: 9780727760913
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£36.40

This third and final special issue of Civil Engineering on the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games covers the infrastructure legacy of the games, the delivery of which was fundamental to the success of the UK bid. These eight papers illustrate that the infrastructure lega...

Civil Engineering Special Issue: Australia and New Zealand

Author(s): Editor: Simon Fullalove
Publication Date: May 2013
ISBN: 9780727759795
Stock level: Low stock
£10.00

This special issue of Civil Engineering contains nine papers on Australia and New Zealand. They provide an insight into the many exciting and innovative civil engineering projects being delivered in this flourishing corner of the globe.

Energy and Mobility in Smart Cities

Author(s): William J Nuttall, David V Gibson, Dariusz Trzmielak and Alejandro Ibarra-Yunez
Publication Date: October 2019
ISBN: 9780727764256
Stock level: In stock
£78.00

Energy and Mobility in Smart Cities brings together a collection of expert perspectives focusing on key themes underlying successful smart city developments. With a particular emphasis on developments relating to energy and mobility, the book provides a far-reaching analysis...