Introduction to Land Surveying
Surveying is a method of determining the three-dimensional position of points and objects. These positions are usually, but not always, on the surface of the Earth. The established points are sometimes used to create land maps and determine boundaries for ownership or governmental purposes. They are also used to produce a topographic model that is useful in civil engineering and construction.
- Geotechnical Site Exploration in the Year 2012 and Beyond, Paul W...
- Theory of Slope Stability - Landslide
- Correlations of Soil and Rock Properties in Geotechnical...
- Open Pit Geotechnical Analysis and Design Training Course
- Machinery for Wind Turbines - 2016
- Single Valve Steam Turbine Governor - Users Manual
- Design Of Foundations For Wind Turbines, Henrik Svensson
- Unconventional Oil & Shale Gas, Amber L.Tuft
- From Turbine to Wind Farms - Technical Requirements and Spin-Off...
- Turbine and Auxiliaries
- Wind Turbine Lightning Protection Project, Brian McNiff