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eBook Water Resources Engineering ePub

by Ray K Linsley,Joseph B Franzini,David L Freyberg,George Tchobanoglous

  • ISBN: 0070380104
  • Category: Engineering
  • Subcategory: Engineering
  • Author: Ray K Linsley,Joseph B Franzini,David L Freyberg,George Tchobanoglous
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: McGraw-Hill Science/Engineering/Math; 4 edition (December 1, 1991)
  • Pages: 768
  • ePub book: 1540 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1382 kb
  • Other: mbr txt lrf docx
  • Rating: 4.4
  • Votes: 295

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by Ray K. Linsley (Author), Joseph B. Franzini (Author), David L. Freyberg (Author), George Tchobanoglous .

by Ray K. Freyberg (Author), George Tchobanoglous (Author) & 1 more. This book is one of the few books that introduced me to Water Resources Engineering as a student and I am still using it more than twenty years later as a University teacher and a Professional Consultant!

Water-resources engineering ray k. linsley franzini joseph b. david L. freyberg .

Me Graw Hill Education. WATER-RESOURCES ENGINEERING. Linsley, Franzini, Freyberg, Tchobanoglous: Water-Resources Engineering Mays and Tung: Hy dr os ys tem s Engineering and Man agem ent Metcalf & Eddy, In. Wastewater Engineering: Collection and Pumping of Wastewater Metcalf & Eddy, In. Wastewater Engineering: Treatment. McGhee: Water Supply and Sewerage.

Ray K Linsley, Joseph B Franzini, David L Freyberg, George Tchobanoglous (You?) . Water Resources Practice Problems provides 111 multiple-choice water resource engineering problems to assist civil engineers in preparation for their professional licensing examination.

Ray K Linsley, Joseph B Franzini, David L Freyberg, George Tchobanoglous (You?) 1991. 8. This book is ideal for those who are already familiar with the subject of water resources engineering and could benefit from more example problems.

By (author) Ray K. Linsley, By (author) Joseph B. Franzini, By (author) David L. Freyberg, By (author) George Tchobanoglous

By (author) Ray K. Freyberg, By (author) George Tchobanoglous. This book covers all aspects of water resources engineering, from hydrology, hydraulics, and hydraulic structures to engineering economy studies and planning. It shows applications of these basics to water supply, irrigation, hydroelectric power, river navigation, drainage, waste water collection, treatment and disposal, and flood control.

Water resources development, Hydraulic engineering. McGraw-Hill series in sanitary science and water resources engineering.

Other Reading Books: 1. Hydrology and Water Resources Engineering by . 2. Elements of Water Resources Engineering by . Soni; New Age International Publishers; 2007. 3. Hydrology for Engineers by Ray K. Linsley J. Max A. Kohler; Joseph . Course Content Water Law:- Introduction to common law; Water Codes; Ground Water.

McGraw-Hill series in water resources and environmental engineering, 1993. RK Linsley, JB Franzini. Wastewater engineering: treatment, disposal, and reuse. L Metcalf, HP Eddy, G Tchobanoglous.

McGRAWHILL 14/04/2014 A2, B1,B2,C1, C2, C3, D1 A3, B4,C3,C4, C5, D1 3 6- Course Contents Session (s) /Week Subject Sources ILOs 2/10th week Groundwater:  Occurrence,  Groundwater hydraulics,  Wells,  Groundwater quality. A4,C6, B3,D3 2/11th week Sewerage and wastewater treatment:  Quantity of wastewater,  Characteristics of wastewater,  Wastewater treatment,  Wastewater management. 16th week Exam week WaterResources Engineerin g. 1992

Linsley, Ray . Franzini, Joseph . Freyberg, David L. and Tchobanoglous, George (1992), Water Resources Engineering ( 4th ed. ), McGraw-Hill, Inc. New York.

Linsley, Ray .

This book covers all aspects of water resources engineering, from hydrology, hydraulics, and hydraulic structures to engineering economy studies and planning. It shows applications of these basics to water supply, irrigation, hydroelectric power, river navigation, drainage, waste water collection, treatment and disposal, and flood control. Multi-purpose projects are discussed in the chapter on planning. Over 400 problems are available for student homework assignments.

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The only reason I bought this book was to have a solid Water Resources textbook for the PE exam. This book was up to the challenge. It's old school but very well written, logical, and easy to follow. The textbook from my hydraulics class was horrible and totally worthless. If you're taking the WR/Env depth exam and don't have a good WR textbook then I can recommend this to fulfill that void.
Livina Livina
Good book for everyday use and PE review.
Anazan Anazan
The product was exactly the same as the description says. Nice product and also no delay for the delivery.
Pedora Pedora
This book is one of the few books that introduced me to Water Resources Engineering as a student and I am still using it more than twenty years later as a University teacher and a Professional Consultant!
It contains some hydrology, some probability, some engineering economy, and some water resources planning to supplement the material on hydraulic machines and structures, water resources projects such as hydropower, wastewater treatment, irrigation, river engineering/navigation, flood damage mitigation, and water supply. It also has worked examples, exercises, and useful tables.
This book does not overload you with verbosity. It just gives you enough to make a topic sufficiently clear for one to proceed with using the same in real situations.
Nalmetus Nalmetus
As part of the McGraw Hill series in Environmental Engineering, this book covers all aspects of Water Resource Engineering from Hydraulics to Hydrology to Water Supply and Flood Control.
The book contains many useful reference tables and descriptive graphs and illustrations as well as all the standard equations and calculation methods. The book also gives tables and empirical equations in both Imperial and SI units.
The indented audience for the book is a professional engineer and may be beyond the general reader.
Jan Jan
The book serves as best teacher.Being a water resource engineer,it gives me pride to read the rich experience inherited by the great author and makes me more energetic in applying the theory in to real practice.
In order to ripe the fruits in the book by a large community,in practice, in this field, in the third world,it need less to emphasise that the these editions , may be made available at prices amenable to the users.I hope every water resource engineer should have a copy of the book thus satisfying the possible great objective of author Ray K Linsley and co authors for popularising the system as a whole for the benefit of users.
Unereel Unereel
This was my textbook for Water Resources during Engineering School in the Spring of 1985. I have the Third Edition. It is well worn, underlined, highlighted and annotated, evidence of a very useful book! At my current position as Water Engineer at an Air Force Base, it is at the top of my shelf with my most used refernces. The right mix of theory and application. You will need a basic knowledge of Fluid Mechanics to use this text effectively.