Engineering the City: How Infrastructure Works, Projects and Principles for Beginners
Authored by Matthys Levy, Richard Panchyk, this book describes how a city gets water, gas, and electricity? How these services work and transported to bigger mass?
Levy, an architectural engineer, is a principal of Weidlinger Associates, a structural engineering firm. Panchyk, is the author of Archaeology for Kids.
Infrastructure is the main backbone of any sophisticated city. Rail infrastructure, bridges, road transport, telephone wires and rail lines are set up by improved infra-projects.
Drainage, sewerage, plumbing and wires are also included in the infrastructure package.
This book will tell the reader that how a city can be built by the improved infra-engineering method. How those gigantic structure works and how it can be maintained.
Amazon Sales Rank: #219968 in Books
Brand: Chicago Review Press
Published on: 2000-10-01
Original language: English
Number of items: 1
Dimensions: 10.00" h x .40" w x 7.00" l, .70 pounds
Binding: Paperback (129 pages)
Review Description: This book has good reviews in market.
“Future engineers, math enthusiasts, and students seeking ideas for science projects will all be fascinated by this book.” — Booklist
“A terrific book to help you answer those tough questions about everyday structures in an urban environment...filled with useful drawings and pictures...loaded with experiments, design projects and construction diagrams.” — Demolition
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