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  • CCNA routing and switching : ICND2 200-105 official cert guide / Wendell Odom, CCIE No. 1624 ; with contributing author Scott Hogg, CCIE No. 5133
    TK 5105.8 C57 O36 2017
    Trust the best-selling Official Cert Guide series from Cisco Press to help you learn, prepare, and practice for exam success. They are built with the objective of providing assessment, review, and practice to help ensure you are fully prepared for your certification exam.


    CCNA Routing and Switching ICND2 200-105 Official Cert Guide presents you with an organized test preparation routine through the use of proven series elements and techniques. "Do I Know This Already?" quizzes open each chapter and enable you to decide how much time you need to spend on each section. Exam topic lists make referencing easy. Chapter-ending Exam Preparation Tasks help you drill on key concepts you must know thoroughly.

    · Master Cisco CCNA ICND2 200-105 exam topics

    · Assess your knowledge with chapter-opening quizzes

    · Review key concepts with exam preparation tasks

    · Practice with realistic exam questions on the CD-ROM


    CCNA Routing and Switching ICND2 200-105 Official Cert Guide from Cisco Press enables you to succeed on the exam the first time and is the only self-study resource approved by Cisco.


    Best-selling author and expert instructor Wendell Odom shares preparation hints and test-taking tips, helping you identify areas of weakness and improve both your conceptual knowledge and hands-on skills.


    This complete study package includes

    · A test-preparation routine proven to help you pass the exams

    · "Do I Know This Already?" quizzes, which enable you to decide how much time you need to spend on each section

    · Chapter-ending and part-ending exercises, which help you drill on key concepts you must know thoroughly

    · Troubleshooting sections, which help you master the complex scenarios you will face on the exam

    · The powerful Pearson IT Certification Practice Test software, complete with hundreds of well-reviewed, exam-realistic questions, customization options, and detailed performance reports

    · A free copy of the CCNA ICND2 200-105 Network Simulator Lite software, complete with meaningful lab exercises that help you hone your hands-on skills with the command-line interface for routers and switches

    · Links to a series of hands-on config labs developed by the author

    · Online interactive practice exercises that help you hone your knowledge

    · More than 50 minutes of video mentoring from the author

    · A final preparation chapter, which guides you through tools and resources to help you craft your review and test-taking strategies

    · Study plan suggestions and templates to help you organize and optimize your study time


    Well regarded for its level of detail, study plans, assessment features, challenging review questions and exercises, video instruction, and hands-on labs, this official study guide helps you master the concepts and techniques that ensure your exam success.


    This official study guide helps you master all the topics on the CCNA ICND2 exam, including

    · Ethernet LANs

    · IPv4 routing protocols

    · Wide area networks

    · IPv4 services: ACLs and QoS

    · IPv4 routing and troubleshooting

    · IPv6

    · Network management, SDN, and cloud computing


    Companion DVD

    The DVD contains more than 300 unique practice exam questions, ICND2 Network Simulator Lite software, online practice exercises, and 55 minutes of video training.


    Includes Exclusive Offers for up to 70% Off Practice Tests, Video Training, and Network Simulation Software


    This volume is part of the Official Cert Guide series from Cisco Press. Books in this series provide officially developed exam-preparation materials that offer assessment, review, and practice to help Cisco Career Certification candidates identify weaknesses, concentrate their study efforts, and enhance their confidence as exam day nears.


    Also available from Cisco Press for CCNA study is the CCNA Routing and Switching ICND2 200-105 Official Cert Guide Premium Edition eBook and Practice Test . This digital-only certification preparation product combines an eBook with enhanced Pearson IT Certification Practice Test.


    This integrated learning package

    · Enables you to focus on individual topic areas or take complete, timed exams

    · Includes direct links from each question to detailed tutorials to help you understand the concepts behind the questions

    · Provides unique sets of exam-realistic practice questions

    · Tracks your performance and provides feedback on a module-by-module basis, laying out a complete assessment of your knowledge to help you focus your study where it is needed most


    Pearson IT Certification Practice Test minimum system requirements:

    Windows 10, Windows 8.1, Windows 7, or Vista (SP2), Microsoft .NET Framework 4.5 Client; Pentium-class 1 GHz processor (or equivalent); 512 MB RAM; 650 MB disk space plus 50 MB for each downloaded practice exam; access to the Internet to register and download exam databases


  • ASCE/T&DI/ICPI 68-18 : permeable interlocking concrete pavement
    TE 278 A54 2018eb

    Prepared by the Permeable Interlocking Concrete Pavement Standards Committee of the Standards Council of the Transportation and Development Institute (T&DI) of the American Society of Civil Engineers. Co-sponsored by the Interlocking Concrete Pavement Institute.

    Permeable Interlocking Concrete Pavement, ASCE/T&DI/ICPI 68-18,provides design, construction, and maintenance guidance for permeable interlocking concrete pavement (PICP) to achieve stormwater management goals while providing a structurally adequate pavement section to accommodate the anticipated vehicular loading in a cost-efficient manner.

    This standard covers the following topics: Definition of common permeable pavement terms; structural design methods to accommodate incidental or frequent vehicular use; hydrologic design methods to accommodate water infiltration and flow within the pavement system; construction and inspection procedures; a guide to construction specifications; and permeable pavement maintenance procedures.

    PICP may also help achieve compliance with many national, provincial, state, and local regulations, as well as transportation agency design requirements for the control of stormwater runoff. Nonregulatory drivers that influence PICP use include economics, which can make PICP a lower-cost alternative to conventional drainage and stormwater management systems, and project owner preferences for conformance to sustainable rating systems for roads and transportation infrastructure.

    Standard ASCE/T&DI/ICPI 68-18 will be of interest to civil engineers, design professionals, and public stormwater and transportation agencies by establishing design standards for permeable interlocking concrete pavements.


  • ASCE standard ASCE/EWRI 18-18 : standard guidelines for inprocess oxygen transfer testing
    TD 758 A73 2018eb

    Prepared by the Oxygen Transfer Standards Committee of the Standards Development Council of the Environmental and Water Resources Institute of the American Society of Civil Engineers.

    Prepared by the Oxygen Transfer Standards Committee of the Standards Development Council of the Environmental and Water Resources Institute of the American Society of Civil Engineers

    Standard Guidelines for In-Process Oxygen Transfer Testing provides proven techniques for use by engineers, owners, and manufacturers for measuring oxygen transfer and evaluating the performance of aeration devices under process conditions.

    Standard ASCE/EWRI 18-18, which was first developed by ASCE in 1996, provides updated information on nonsteady-state, off-gas, and inert gas tracer methods, as well as a brief comparison among methods. The methods presented are considered to be well developed and provide satisfactory precision for a wide range of aeration processes in suspended-growth biological systems. Because the range of process variables and wastewater characteristics that affect the precision and accuracy of these methods are difficult to control, the methods are offered as standard guidelines and are not recommended for compliance testing of aeration equipment. Since the original publication in 1996, the procedure that has gained the widest acceptance and use is the off-gas method. Although still considered an accurate and reliable method for measuring oxygen transfer in process systems, the tracer technique has not been used in recent years. The technology remains dynamic, however, and modifications and/or new procedures are likely to occur in the future.

    These procedures may also be applicable to testing oxygen transfer devices in lakes and streams; however, they are not applicable to fixed-film reactors, although modification of some of the methods might serve to provide data on these processes as well.

    In-process testing does provide the engineer with useful information that can be used in future design. It provides the owner with data that can be used for operation and maintenance of the aeration equipment and provides manufacturers with a useful research and development tool for equipment development and design


  • Management practices for control of erosion and sediment from construction activities / American Society of Civil Engineers
    TA 749 A44 2017eb

    Prepared by the Management Practice for the Control of Erosion and Sediment (MPCES) Standards Committee of the Standards Development Council of the Environmental and Water Resources Institute of the American Society of Civil Engineers

    Management Practices for Control of Erosion and Sediment from Construction Activities, Standard ANSI/ASCE/EWRI 66-17, establishes guidelines for controlling accelerated erosion caused by human activities at construction sites. Uncontrolled erosion is costly and accompanied by a host of financial, legal, and environmental problems. This Standard provides tools to ensure that the discharge of sediment does not significantly increase at a construction site compared with preconstruction conditions.

    Standard 66-17 offers step-by-step guidance for state and local officials looking to establish effective and cost-conscious programs to manage erosion and sediment. Topics include

    Sediment and erosion problems associated with construction activities; Regulations and permitting at federal, state, and local levels; Processes associated with erosion and sedimentation, and concepts for site planning; Concepts, practices, and standards for erosion and sediment control, including water conveyance measures, inlet and outlet protection, temporary in-stream measures, and dewatering practices; Erosion and sediment control plans, including plan components, preparation, site plan development, and evaluation; Guidance for specific construction situations, including road, utility, large and small commercial or industrial developments, and large- and small-scale residential developments; Inspection and maintenance; and Enforcement.

    Appendixes provide a model ordinance, a summary of U.S. regulations and programs, contacts for state erosion and sediment control regulatory agencies, a glossary, and a reference list.

    Standard 66-17 serves federal, state, and local environmental regulators, building code officials, construction managers, and site owners with straightforward guidance to minimize the effects of erosion and sediment near construction sites.


  • Seismic Evaluation and Retrofit of Existing Buildings : ASCE/SEI, 41-17
    TH 1095 A527 2017eb

    Prepared by the Seismic Retrofit of Existing Buildings Standards Committee of the Codes and Standards Activities Division of the Structural Engineering Institute of ASCE

    Seismic Evaluation and Retrofit of Existing Buildings, Standard ASCE/SEI 41-17, describes deficiency-based and systematic procedures that use performance-based principles to evaluate and retrofit existing buildings to withstand the effects of earthquakes. The standard presents a three-tiered process for seismic evaluation according to a range of building performance levels by connecting targeted structural performance and the performance of nonstructural components with seismic hazard levels. The deficiency-based procedures allow evaluation and retrofit efforts to focus on specific potential deficiencies deemed to be of concern for a specified set of building types and heights. The systematic procedure, applicable to any building, sets forth a methodology to evaluate the entire building in a rigorous manner.

    This standard establishes analysis procedures and acceptance criteria, and specifies requirements for foundations and geologic site hazards; components made of steel, concrete, masonry, wood, and cold-formed steel; architectural, mechanical, and electrical components and systems; and seismic isolation and energy dissipation systems. Checklists are provided for a variety of building types and seismicity levels in support of the Tier 1 screening process. This new edition, which updates and replaces previous editions of ASCE 41, introduces revisions to the basic performance objectives for existing buildings and to the evaluation of force-controlled actions. It revises the nonlinear dynamic procedure and changes provisions for steel and concrete columns, as well provisions as for unreinforced masonry.

    Standard ASCE/SEI 41-17 is a primary reference for structural engineers addressing the seismic resilience of existing buildings and for building code officials reviewing such work; it also will be of interest to architects, construction managers, academic researchers, and building owners.


  • Minimum design loads and associated criteria for buildings and other structures : ASCE/SEI 7-16
    TH 851 M56 2017eb

    Prepared by the Committee on Minimum Design Loads for Buildings and Other Structures of the Codes and Standards Activities Division of the Structural Engineering Institute of ASCE

    Minimum Design Loads and Associated Criteria for Buildings and Other Structures , ASCE/SEI 7-16, provides the most up-to-date and coordinated loading standard for general structural design. ASCE 7-16 describes the means for determining design loads including dead, live, soil, flood, tsunami, snow, rain, atmospheric ice, earthquake, wind, and fire, as well as how to assess load combinations. The 2016 edition of ASCE 7, which supersedes ASCE/SEI 7-10, coordinates with the most recent material standards, including the ACI, AISC, AISI, AWC, and TMS standards. Significant changes in ASCE 7-16 include the following:

    new seismic maps reflecting the updated National Seismic Hazard Maps; new wind speed maps, including new Hawaii maps, that result in reduced wind speeds for much of the United States, clarified special wind study zones, and separate Risk Category IV from Category III; new snow load maps incorporating regional snow data for areas that previously required site-specific case study zones; updated rain duration provisions that align design requirements with International Plumbing Code provisions for drainage; entirely new chapter covering tsunami design provisions, which are important to Alaska, Hawaii, California, Oregon, and Washington; and new appendix provisions for fire design.

    Standard provisions are accompanied by a detailed commentary with explanatory and supplementary information developed to assist users of the standard, including design practitioners, building code committees, and regulatory authorities.

    Standard ASCE/SEI 7 is an integral part of building codes in the United States and is adopted by reference into the International Building Code, the International Existing Building Code, the International Residential Code, and the NFPA 5000 Building Construction and Safety Code. Structural engineers, architects, and those engaged in preparing and administering local building codes will find the structural load requirements essential to their practice.


  • Tensile Membrane Structures. American Society of Civil Engineers
    TA 663 T45 2016eb

  • ASCE standard, ANSI/ASCE/EWRI, 45-16, 46-16, 47-16 : standard guidelines for the design of urban stormwater systems
    TD 665 A79 2017eb

  • Schedule delay analysis
    TH 438.4 A44 2017eb

    Prepared by the Schedule Delay Analysis Standard Committee of the Construction Institute of ASCE

    Schedule Delay Analysis, Standard ANSI/ASCE/CI 67-17, presents guiding principles that can be used on construction projects to determine the impact of delays. Critical path method (CPM) schedules can be of evidential value to demonstrate causation and liability and to apportion delays when they occur on a project. CPM schedules will influence the quantification of delay and, ultimately, whether a party was damaged by a delay.

    This standard provides 35 guidelines that allow for segmentation of responsibility for delays to intermediary milestones and project completion dates. The guidelines enable the calculation of delay damages or liquidated damages by using CPM schedule techniques and preparing a schedule delay analysis. Each guideline is accompanied by commentary that explains the reasoning behind and application of that principle. Topics include scope and definitions; critical path, float, and early completion; chronology of delay, concurrent delay, and responsibility for delay; changing schedules after the fact, and acceleration.

    Standard ASCE 67-17 reflects the best engineering principles associated with schedule delay analysis, as well as the standard of practice in the U.S. construction industry. It is an essential reference for construction engineers, project managers, owners, and contracting agents.


  • Standard practice for direct design of buried precast concrete pipe using standard installations (SIDD)
    TA 447 A53 2017eb

    Prepared by the Direct Design of Buried Concrete Pipe Box Sections Standards Committee of the Construction Institute of the American Society of Civil Engineers

    Standard ASCE/CI 15-17 focuses on the direct design of buried precast concrete pipe using standard installations, known as SIDD. The direct design method improves on indirect design, because direct design accounts for the soil pressure distribution around an installed pipe and provides a procedure for determining the pressure distribution coefficients for the standard installations.

    Standard Practice for Direct Design of Buried Precast Concrete Pipe Using Standard Installations reviews the design and construction of the soil-pipe interaction system used for the conveyance of sewage, industrial wastes, stormwater, and drainage. The SIDD method accounts for the interaction between pipe and soil envelope in determining loads, pressure distributions, moment, thrust, and shear. Construction requirements for excavation, safety, foundations, bedding, sheathing removal, and trench shield advancement are presented. Four types of standard embankment installations and four types of standard trench installations are covered. This Standard, a revision of ASCE 15-98, includes updates to correlate with the latest ASTM International and American Concrete Pipe Association (ACPA) documents for trench and embankment conditions, as well as current soil classifications. Design equations for nonreinforced concrete pipe have been added.

    Standard ASCE/CI 15-17 may be used as a reference in preparing project specifications based on the SIDD method, and the limits state design procedure is consistent with the procedures outlined in the AASHTO Standard Specifications for Highway Bridges . This Standard is useful to civil engineering design professionals, consultants, owners, and transportation officials.


  • Minimum design loads for buildings and other structures / American Society of Civil Engineers
    TH 851 M56 1990eb
    Gives requirements for dead, live, soil, wind, snow, rain and earthquake loads, and their combinations, which are suitable for inclusion in building codes and other design documents. This title is intended for architects, structural engineers, and those engaged in preparing and administering local building codes.

  • Air-supported structures / American Society of Civil Engineers
    TH 1099 A425 1997eb

    Prepared by the Air-Supported Structures Standards Committee of the Codes and Standards Activities Committee of the American Society of Civil Engineers

    Air-Supported Structures, Standard ASCE 17-96, provides minimum criteria for the design and operation of air-supported membrane structures that are either independent or attached to another structure. Requirements for materials, ancillary systems, and components are discussed, as is the need for testing by qualified testing agencies. This standard also explains the determination of specified loads in accordance with the applicable building code and the method of analysis used to determine the load effect on each element of the structure.

    Topics include: materials and physical properties; cables and reinforcing; membrane seams; mechanical joints; building systems; fire protection; entrances and exits; plumbing and electrical systems; control and monitoring systems; loads and load combinations; analysis and design requirements; member design strengths; erection and inflation; and operation, maintenance, emergency safety procedures, and systems.


  • Minimum design loads for buildings and other structures / American Society of Civil Engineers
    TH 851 M56 1993eb
    A set of standards (ASCE 7-93) replacing the previous one (ASCE 7-88) that features revised earthquake load criteria and associated load combinations for the design and construction of buildings and other structures subject to ground motion. Includes unchanged the requirements for dead, live, soil, wind, snow, and rain loads and their combinations. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.

  • Minimum design loads for buildings and other structures / American Society of Civil Engineers
    TH 851 M56 1996eb
    Gives requirements for dead, live, soil, flood, wind, snow, rain, ice, and earthquake loads, and their combinations, that are suitable for inclusion in building codes and other documents. This work also contains a section on wind loads that includes the information in the field of wind load engineering.

  • Developments in antenna analysis and synthesis. edited by Raj Mittra
    TK 7871.6 D48 2018eb

    Developments in Antenna Analysis and Synthesis presents recent developments in antenna design and modeling techniques for a wide variety of applications, chosen because they are contemporary in nature, have been receiving considerable attention in recent years, and are crucial for future developments. It includes topics such as body-worn antennas, that play an important role as sensors for Internet of Things (IoT), and millimeter wave antennas that are vitally important for 5G devices. It also covers a wide frequency range that includes terahertz and optical frequencies. Additionally, it discusses topics such as theoretical bounds of antennas and aspects of statistical analysis that are not readily found in the existing literature.

    This second volume covers the topics of: graphene-based antennas; millimeter-wave antennas; terahertz antennas; optical antennas; fundamental bounds of antennas; fast and numerically efficient techniques for analyzing antennas; statistical analysis of antennas; ultra-wideband arrays; reflectarrays; and antennas for small satellites, viz., CubeSats.

    This book represent a unique combination of topics pertaining to antenna design and analysis, not found elsewhere. It is essential reading for the antenna community including designers, students, researchers, faculty engaged in teaching and research of antennas, and the users as well as decision makers.


  • Network design, modeling and performance evaluation / Quoc-Tuan Vien
    TK 5105.5 V54 2018eb

    Designed for ICT professionals involved in the planning, design, development, testing and operation of network services, this book is ideal for self-teaching. It will help readers evaluate a network situation and identify the most important aspects to be monitored and analysed. The author provides a detailed step by step methodological approach to network design from the analysis of the initial network requirements to architecture design, modelling, simulation and evaluation, with a special focus on statistical and queuing models. The chapters are structured as a series of independent modules that can be combined for designing university courses. Practice exercises are given for selected chapters, and case studies will take the reader through the whole network design process.


  • Power line communication systems for smart grids / edited by Ivan R.S. Casella and Alagan Anpalagan
    TK 3105 P69 2018eb

    Power Line Communication (PLC) is a well-established technology that allows the transmission of data through electrical wires. A key advantage of PLC is its low cost of deployment when the electrical wiring infrastructure already exists, enabling it to compete or work in conjunction with wireless technologies. PLC has recently received growing attention and significant investments within the development of the Smart Grid (SG), that in turn requires sophisticated data exchange and communication.

    This book presents a comprehensive introduction to the principals involved in the use of narrowband and broadband PLC technologies in the SG, and to using these technologies particularly when intermittent renewable energies sources are employed. Chapters cover fundamental concepts of modern digital communications, the main coding techniques, specific characteristics of the PLC channels, the fundamentals of the SG, and the differences between the narrowband and broadband technologies for SG applications. The work covers the main standards and several related state-of-the-art works, as well as some key aspects of the use of renewable energy sources.

    Power Line Communication Systems for Smart Grids is essential reading for researchers, professionals and graduate students involved with the study and development of PLC systems, SG and related subjects.


  • Fault diagnosis for robust inverter power drives / edited by Antonio Ginart
    TK 2699 F38 2018eb

    Power drives are used for induction motor control, uninterruptible power supplies, and in electrical vehicles. The increasing penetration of power drives makes their reliability, robustness, and early diagnosis a central point of attention especially in planning, designing, and financing. This book explores fault diagnosis of inverter drives to enable early diagnosis and robust design for efficient long life operation.

    Fault Diagnosis for Robust Inverter Power Drives focuses on early diagnosis, prognosis, and intrinsic reliability of inverter power drives and their applications. Topics include material degradation, materials, semiconductors, inverter topologies, and early diagnosis as well as fault tolerant software strategies.

    This work is highly relevant to researchers, power electronics professionals, and system designers in aerospace, hybrid and electrical cars, and power systems.


  • SysML for systems engineering : a model-based approach / Jon Holt and Simon Perry
    TA 168 H65 2018eb

    Systems Modelling Language (SysML) is a tailored version of the unified modelling language (UML) that meets the needs of today's systems engineering professionals and engineers. It supports the specification, analysis, design, verification and validation of a broad range of systems and systems-of-systems, including hardware, software, information, personnel, procedures, and facilities in a graphical notation.

    SysML for Systems Engineering: A model-based approach provides a comprehensive overview on how to implement SysML and Model-based Systems Engineering (MBSE) in an organisation in order to model real projects effectively and efficiently. Topics covered include approach and concepts; SysML notation; diagramming guidelines; process and requirements modelling with MBSE; architectures and architectural frameworks with MBSE; value chain modelling; deploying MBSE; the benefits of MBSE; the 'people', the 'process' and the 'tool'; model structure and management; and model maturity. A detailed case study is included to illustrate the key concepts.

    Fully updated and revised to reflect the latest version of the standard (SysML 1.5, released in May 2017), this new edition also includes new chapters on the benefits of MBSE, model management, model maturity and value chain modelling.


  • Structural fire engineering / prepared by the Fire Protection Committee of the Structures Engineering Institute of the American Society of Civil Engineers ; edited by Kevin J. LaMalva, P.E
    TH 1065 S77 2018eb

    Prepared by the Fire Protection Committee of the Structural Engineering Institute of ASCE

    Structural Fire Engineeringprovides best practices for the field of performance-based structural fire engineering design. When structural systems are heated by fire, they experience thermal effects that are not contemplated by conventional structural engineering design. Traditionally, structural fire protection is prescribed for structures after they have been optimized for ambient design loads, such as gravity, wind, and seismic, among others. This century-old prescriptive framework endeavors to reduce the heating of individual structural components with the intent of mitigating the risk of structural failure under fire exposure. Accordingly, the vulnerability of buildings to structural failure from uncontrolled fire varies across jurisdictions-which have differing structural design requirements for ambient loads-and as a function of building system and component configuration. As an alternative approach, Standard ASCE 7-16 permits the application of performance-based structural fire design (also termed structural fire engineering design) to evaluate the performance of structural systems explicitly under fire exposure in a similar manner as other design loads are treated in structural engineering practice.

    Structural fire engineering design is the calculated design of a structure to withstand the thermal load effects of fire, which have the potential to alter the integrity of a structure, based on specific performance criteria. This manual, MOP 138, addresses the current practice, thermal and structural analysis methods, and available information to support structural fire engineering design. It covers

    * Background information on the protection of structures from fire and the effects of fire on different types of construction,

    * Key distinctions between standard fire resistance design and structural fire engineering design,

    * Guidance for evaluating thermal boundary conditions on a structure because of fire exposure and on conducting heat transfer calculations based on the material thermal properties,

    * Performance objectives for structures under fire exposure, and

    * Analysis techniques that can be used to quantify structural response to fire effects.

     

    This Manual of Practice is a valuable resource for structural engineers, architects, building officials, and academics concerned with performance-based design for structural fire safety.


  • Climate-resilient infrastructure : adaptive design and risk management / prepared by the Committee on Adaptation to a Changing Climate ; edited by Bilal M. Ayyub, Ph.D., P.E
    TD 168.5 A44 2018eb

    Prepared by the Committee on Adaptation to a Changing Climate of ASCE

    Civil infrastructure systems traditionally have been designed for appropriate functionality, durability, and safety for climate and weather extremes during their full-service lives; however, climate scientists inform us that the extremes of climate and weather have altered from historical values in ways difficult to predict or project.

    Climate-Resilient Infrastructure: Adaptive Design and Risk Management, MOP 140, provides guidance for and contributes to the developing or enhancing of methods for infrastructure analysis and design in a world in which risk profiles are changing and can be projected with varying degrees of uncertainty requiring a new design philosophy to meet this challenge.

    The underlying approaches in this manual of practice (MOP) are based on probabilistic methods for quantitative risk analysis, and the design framework provided focuses on identifying and analyzing low-regret, adaptive strategies to make a project more resilient.

    Beginning with an overview of the driving forces and hazards associated with a changing climate, subsequent chapters in MOP 140 provide observational methods, illustrative examples, and case studies; estimation of extreme events particularly related to precipitation with guidance on monitoring and measuring methods; flood design criteria and the development of project design flood elevations; computational methods of determining flood loads; adaptive design and adaptive risk management in the context of life-cycle engineering and economics; and climate resilience technologies.

    MOP 140 will be of interest to engineers, researchers, planners, and other stakeholders charged with adaptive design decisions to achieve infrastructure resilience targets while minimizing life-cycle costs in a changing climate.


  • Guidelines for failure investigation / edited by Richard S. Barrow, Ronald W. Anthony, Kimball J. Beasley, Stewart M. Verhulst ; prepared by Committee on Forensic Investigation of the American Society of Civil Engineers
    TA 656 A627 2018eb

    Prepared by the Committee on Forensic Investigation of the Forensic Engineering Division of ASCE

    Forensic engineering involves a wide range of services, from the investigation of failures and performance problems to participation in the legal proceedings that often follow. The planning and implementation of a successful investigation involves a series of interrelated tasks and steps that need to be carried out by the forensic engineer and an interdisciplinary investigation team. Guidelines for Failure Investigation , Second Edition , outlines five fundamental steps in a failure investigation and will assist forensic engineers in tailoring their investigations to their particular failure scenarios. This book emphasizes failures and investigations related to structural and geotechnical systems, building envelopes, and construction practices; however, the investigative process outlined may also be appropriate for conducting other types of failure investigations.

    Topics include:

    Investigation planning and coordination,

    Data collection,

    Development of testing protocol,

    Data analysis and interpretation, and

    Presentation of opinions and conclusions.

    This technical report will be valuable to practicing engineers and students needing an introduction to the investigative process. It also serves as a reference guide for veteran investigators.


  • Eat Less Water / Florencia Ramirez
    TX 714 R354 2017eb

  • Robot Rights / David J. Gunkel
    TJ211.49 .G88 2018
    A provocative attempt to think about what was previously considered unthinkable: a serious philosophical case for the rights of robots.

    We are in the midst of a robot invasion, as devices of different configurations and capabilities slowly but surely come to take up increasingly important positions in everyday social reality--self-driving vehicles, recommendation algorithms, machine learning decision making systems, and social robots of various forms and functions. Although considerable attention has already been devoted to the subject of robots and responsibility, the question concerning the social status of these artifacts has been largely overlooked. In this book, David Gunkel offers a provocative attempt to think about what has been previously regarded as unthinkable: whether and to what extent robots and other technological artifacts of our own making can and should have any claim to moral and legal standing.

    In his analysis, Gunkel invokes the philosophical distinction (developed by David Hume) between "is" and "ought" in order to evaluate and analyze the different arguments regarding the question of robot rights. In the course of his examination, Gunkel finds that none of the existing positions or proposals hold up under scrutiny. In response to this, he then offers an innovative alternative proposal that effectively flips the script on the is/ought problem by introducing another, altogether different way to conceptualize the social situation of robots and the opportunities and challenges they present to existing moral and legal systems.

    avid Hume) between "is" and "ought" in order to evaluate and analyze the different arguments regarding the question of robot rights. In the course of his examination, Gunkel finds that none of the existing positions or proposals hold up under scrutiny. In response to this, he then offers an innovative alternative proposal that effectively flips the script on the is/ought problem by introducing another, altogether different way to conceptualize the social situation of robots and the opportunities and challenges they present to existing moral and legal systems.

  • Elements of a Philosophy of Technology : On the Evolutionary History of Culture / Ernst Kapp ; edited by Jeffrey West Kirkwood and Leif Weatherby ; translated by Lauren K. Wolfe ; afterword by Siegfried Zielinski
    T14 .K213 2018

    The first philosophy of technology, constructing humans as technological and technology as an underpinning of all culture


    Ernst Kapp was a foundational scholar in the fields of media theory and philosophy of technology. His 1877 Elements of a Philosophy of Technology is a visionary study of the human body and its relationship with the world that surrounds it. At the book's core is the concept of "organ projection": the notion that humans use technology in an effort to project their organs to the outside, to be understood as "the soul apparently stepping out of the body in the form of a sending-out of mental qualities" into the world of artifacts.

    Kapp applies this theory of organ projection to various areas of the material world--the axe externalizes the arm, the lens the eye, the telegraphic system the neural network. From the first tools to acoustic instruments, from architecture to the steam engine and the mechanic routes of the railway, Kapp's analysis shifts from "simple" tools to more complex network technologies to examine the projection of relations. What emerges from Kapp's prophetic work is nothing less than the emergence of early elements of a cybernetic paradigm.


  • The Robotic Imaginary : The Human and the Price of Dehumanized Labor / Jennifer Rhee
    TJ 211.49 R435 2018eb

    Tracing the connections between human-like robots and AI at the site of dehumanization and exploited labor


    The word robot--introduced in Karel Čapek's 1920 play R.U.R. --derives from rabota, the Czech word for servitude or forced labor. A century later, the play's dystopian themes of dehumanization and exploited labor are being played out in factories, workplaces, and battlefields. In The Robotic Imaginary , Jennifer Rhee traces the provocative and productive connections of contemporary robots in technology, film, art, and literature. Centered around the twinned processes of anthropomorphization and dehumanization, she analyzes the coevolution of cultural and technological robots and artificial intelligence, arguing that it is through the conceptualization of the human and, more important, the dehumanized that these multiple spheres affect and transform each other.

    Drawing on the writings of Alan Turing, Sara Ahmed, and Arlie Russell Hochschild; such films and novels as Her and The Stepford Wives ; technologies like Kismet (the pioneering "emotional robot"); and contemporary drone art, this book explores anthropomorphic paradigms in robot design and imagery in ways that often challenge the very grounds on which those paradigms operate in robotics labs and industry. From disembodied, conversational AI and its entanglement with care labor; embodied mobile robots as they intersect with domestic labor; emotional robots impacting affective labor; and armed military drones and artistic responses to drone warfare, The Robotic Imaginary ultimately reveals how the human is made knowable through the design of and discourse on humanoid robots that are, paradoxically, dehumanized.


  • Food and Power : A Culinary Ethnography of Israel / Nir Avieli
    TX 724 A925 2017eb
    Drawing on ethnography conducted in Israel since the late 1990s, Food and Power considers how power is produced, reproduced, negotiated, and subverted in the contemporary Israeli culinary sphere. Nir Avieli explores issues such as the definition of Israeli cuisine, the ownership of hummus, the privatization of communal Kibbutz dining rooms, and food at a military prison for Palestinian detainees to show how cooking and eating create ambivalence concerning questions of strength and weakness and how power and victimization are mixed into a sense of self-justification that maintains internal cohesion among Israeli Jews.

  • Ignition! : An Informal History of Liquid Rocket Propellants / by John D. Clark
    TL 785 C53 2017eb
    This newly reissued debut book in the Rutgers University Press Classics Imprint is the story of the search for a rocket propellant which could be trusted to take man into space. This search was a hazardous enterprise carried out by rival labs who worked against the known laws of nature, with no guarantee of success or safety. Acclaimed scientist and sci-fi author John Drury Clark writes with irreverent and eyewitness immediacy about the development of the explosive fuels strong enough to negate the relentless restraints of gravity. The resulting volume is as much a memoir as a work of history, sharing a behind-the-scenes view of an enterprise which eventually took men to the moon, missiles to the planets, and satellites to outer space. A classic work in the history of science, and described as "a good book on rocket stuff...that's a really fun one" by SpaceX founder Elon Musk, readers will want to get their hands on this influential classic, available for the first time in decades.

  • Spaceflight : A Concise History / Michael J. Neufeld
    TL 788.5 N48 2018eb
    A concise history of spaceflight, from military rocketry through Sputnik, Apollo, robots in space, space culture, and human spaceflight today.

    Spaceflight is one of the greatest human achievements of the twentieth century. The Soviets launched Sputnik, the first satellite, in 1957; less than twelve years later, the American Apollo astronauts landed on the Moon. In this volume of the MIT Press Essential Knowledge series, Michael Neufeld offers a concise history of spaceflight, mapping the full spectrum of activities that humans have developed in space.

    Neufeld explains that "the space program" should not be equated only with human spaceflight. Since the 1960s, unmanned military and commercial spacecraft have been orbiting near the Earth, and robotic deep-space explorers have sent back stunning images of faraway planets. Neufeld begins with the origins of space ideas and the discovery that rocketry could be used for spaceflight. He then discusses the Soviet-U.S. Cold War space race and reminds us that NASA resisted adding female astronauts even after the Soviets sent the first female cosmonaut into orbit. He analyzes the two rationales for the Apollo program: prestige and scientific discovery (this last something of an afterthought). He describes the internationalization and privatization of human spaceflight after the Cold War, the cultural influence of space science fiction, including Star Trek and Star Wars, space tourism for the ultra-rich, and the popular desire to go into space. Whether we become a multiplanet species, as some predict, or continue to call Earth home, this book offers a useful primer.

    s us that NASA resisted adding female astronauts even after the Soviets sent the first female cosmonaut into orbit. He analyzes the two rationales for the Apollo program: prestige and scientific discovery (this last something of an afterthought). He describes the internationalization and privatization of human spaceflight after the Cold War, the cultural influence of space science fiction, including Star Trek and Star Wars, space tourism for the ultra-rich, and the popular desire to go into space. Whether we become a multiplanet species, as some predict, or continue to call Earth home, this book offers a useful primer.

  • Inevitably Toxic : Historical Perspectives on Contamination, Exposure, and Expertise / edited by Brinda Sarathy, Vivien Hamilton and Janet Farrell Brodie
    TD 179 I54 2018eb

  • Photography and Other Media in the Nineteenth Century / edited by Nicoletta Leonardi and Simone Natale
    TR 15 P4795 2018eb

  • Walking to the Sun : A Journey through America's Energy Landscapes / Tom Haines
    TJ 808.2 H35 2018eb
    On a winter day in 2013, Tom Haines stood in front of his basement furnace and wondered about the source of the natural gas that fueled his insulated life. During the next four years, Haines, an award-winning journalist and experienced wanderer, walked hundreds of miles through landscapes of fuel--oil, gas, and coal, and water, wind, and sun--on a crucial exploration of how we live on Earth in the face of a growing climate crisis. Can we get from the fossil fuels of today to the renewables of tomorrow? The story Haines tells in Walking to the Sun is full not only of human encounters--with roustabouts working on an oil rig, farmers tilling fields beneath wind turbines, and many others--but also of the meditative range that arrives with solitude far from home. Walking to the Sun overcomes the dislocation of our industrial times to look closely at the world around us and to consider what might come next.

  • Look Who's Cooking : The Rhetoric of American Home Cooking Traditions in the Twenty-First Century / Jennifer Rachel Dutch
    TX 645 D88 2018eb

    Home cooking is a multibillion-dollar industry that includes cookbooks, kitchen gadgets, high-end appliances, specialty ingredients, and more. Cooking-themed programming flourishes on television, inspiring a wide array of celebrity chef-branded goods even as self-described "foodies" seek authenticity by pickling, preserving, and canning foods in their own home kitchens. Despite this, claims that "no one has time to cook anymore" are common, lamenting the slow extinction of traditional American home cooking in the twenty-first century.

    In Look Who's Cooking: The Rhetoric of American Home Cooking Traditions in the Twenty-First Century , author Jennifer Rachel Dutch explores the death of home cooking, revealing how modern changes transformed cooking at home from an odious chore into a concept imbued with deep meanings associated with home, family, and community.

    Drawing on a wide array of texts--cookbooks, advertising, YouTube videos, and more--Dutch analyzes the many manifestations of traditional cooking in America today. She argues that what is missing from the discourse around home cooking is an understanding of skills and recipes as a form of folklore. Dutch's research reveals that home cooking is a powerful vessel that Americans fill with meaning because it represents both the continuity of the past and adaptability to the present. Home cooking is about much more than what is for dinner; it's about forging a connection to the past, displaying the self in the present, and leaving a lasting legacy for the future.

  • L'intervention collective : Convergences, transformations et enjeux / Yvan Comeau
    TD 171.7 C64 2010eb

  • Robo sapiens japanicus : Robots, Gender, Family, and the Japanese Nation / Jennifer Robertson
    TJ 211.4963 R 2018eb
    Japan is arguably the first postindustrial society to embrace the prospect of human-robot coexistence. Over the past decade, Japanese humanoid robots designed for use in homes, hospitals, offices, and schools have become celebrated in mass and social media throughout the world. In Robo sapiens japanicus, Jennifer Robertson casts a critical eye on press releases and public relations videos that misrepresent robots as being as versatile and agile as their science fiction counterparts. An ethnography and sociocultural history of governmental and academic discourse of human-robot relations in Japan, this book explores how actual robots--humanoids, androids, and animaloids--are "imagineered" in ways that reinforce the conventional sex/gender system and political-economic status quo. In addition, Robertson interrogates the notion of human exceptionalism as she considers whether "civil rights" should be granted to robots. Similarly, she juxtaposes how robots and robotic exoskeletons reinforce a conception of the "normal" body with a deconstruction of the much-invoked Theory of the Uncanny Valley.



  • Scents and Flavors : A Syrian Cookbook / edited and translated by Charles Perry
    TX 725 S9 S33413 2017eb

  • Molecular devices : an introduction to technomimetics and its biological applications / Andrei A. Gakh
    TK 7874.8 G35 2018

    Comprehensive look at mechanical molecular devices that mimic the behavior of man-made devices

    Molecular devices and molecular machines are individual molecules and molecular systems capable of providing valuable device-like functions. Many of them have distinct conventional prototypes and therefore can be identified as technomimetic molecules. The last decade has seen an increasing rate of practical applications of molecular devices and machines, primarily in biomedical and material science fields.

    Molecular devices: An Introduction to Technomimetics and its Biological Applications focuses on mechanical molecular devices, including the early set of technomimetic molecules. Topics covered include the many simple molecular devices such as container compounds, gearing systems, belts and tubes, and tweezers. It touches upon each molecular machine and discusses in great detail the importance of their applications as well as the latest progress in the fields of chemistry, physics, and biotechnology.

    Interdisciplinary: Must-have content for physicists, chemists, and biologists Comprehensive: Details an extensive set of mechanical technomimetic molecular devices Thorough: Starts with the fundamental material characterization and finishes with real-world device application

    Molecular devices: An Introduction to Technomimetics and its Biological Applications is an important book for graduate students, researchers, scientists, and engineers in the fields of chemistry, materials science, molecular physics, engineering, biotechnology, and molecular medicine.


  • Diagnosis and fault tolerance of electrical machines, power electronics and drives / edited by Antonio J. Marques Cardoso
    TK 4058 D53 2018eb

    Up-to-date and system-oriented, this is a comprehensive, unified guide to possible faults in electromechatronic systems. It encompasses techniques for fault analysis, diagnostics, condition monitoring methods, reconfiguration, remedial operating strategies and fault tolerance in electrical machines, power electronics and key types of drives. It also covers remnant life estimation. A vital resource for researchers and professionals specialising in the design, development and application of electrical machines and power electronics.


  • Surface passivation of industrial crystalline silicon solar cells / edited by Joachim John
    TK 2960 S874 2018eb

    This timely, comprehensive work on solar cell surface passivation will collect and convey the scientific and technological progress provided by universities, research institutes and companies to implement dielectric passivation layers into the solar cell manufacturing process for c-Si solar cells. With a focus on industrial manufacturing it will comprehensively cover all promising techniques and describe the process from material research to full production implementation of dielectric layers for silicon solar cell passivation.


  • Motion-induced eddy current techniques for non-destructive testing and evaluation / Hartmut Brauer [and five others]
    TA 417.55 B38 2018eb

    Non-destructive testing (NDT) analysis techniques are used in science, technology and medicine to evaluate the properties of a material, component or system, without causing damage or altering the article being inspected. It is a highly valuable technique that can save money and time in product evaluation, troubleshooting, and research. Well known and widely used in industrial applications since the 60s, the NDT market is developing and growing fast. This book focuses on electromagnetic NDT methods and more specifically on the motion induced eddy current testing and evaluation (MIECTE) techniques used for conductive materials via electromagnetic methods, focusing on the Lorentz force eddy current testing (LET) method which was introduced recently. The authors present the modelling and simulation of LET systems as well as the optimal design of the measurement setups. They also show the wide variety of applications of the LET method including defect identification and sigmometry to estimate electrical conductivity of the tested material.


  • Structural control and fault detection of wind turbine systems / edited by Hamid Reza Karimi
    TJ 828 S778 2018eb

    With the rapid growth of wind energy worldwide, challenges in the operation and control of wind turbine systems are becoming increasingly important. These affect all parts of the system, and require an integrated approach to optimize safety, cost, integrity and survivability of the system, while retaining the desired performance quality.

    This book conveys up to date theoretical and practical techniques applicable to the control of wind turbine systems. Topics covered include wave loads on monopole-supported offshore wind turbines; numerical and experimental tools for small wind turbine load analysis; structural control concepts for load reduction of offshore wind turbines; towards farm-level health management of wind turbine systems; data-based approaches to the monitoring of wind turbines; fault diagnostics for electrically operated pitch systems in offshore wind turbines; an emulator prototype design for vibration control of magnetic bearings for wind turbine power generator shafts; condition monitoring and diagnostics of wind turbine power trains; and robust fuzzy fault tolerant control wind energy systems subject to actuator and sensor faults.


  • Springer handbook of petroleum technology / Chang Samuel Hsu, Paul R. Robinson (eds.)
    TP155
    This handbook provides a comprehensive but concise reference resource for the vast field of petroleum technology. Built on the successful book "Practical Advances in Petroleum Processing" published in 2006, it has been extensively revised and expanded to include upstream technologies. The book is divided into four parts: The first part on petroleum characterization offers an in-depth review of the chemical composition and physical properties of petroleum, which determine the possible uses and the quality of the products. The second part provides a brief overview of petroleum geology and upstream practices. The third part exhaustively discusses established and emerging refining technologies from a practical perspective, while the final part describes the production of various refining products, including fuels and lubricants, as well as petrochemicals, such as olefins and polymers. It also covers process automation and real-time refinery-wide process optimization. Two key chapters provide an integrated view of petroleum technology, including environmental and safety issues. Written by international experts from academia, industry and research institutions, including integrated oil companies, catalyst suppliers, licensors, and consultants, it is an invaluable resource for researchers and graduate students as well as practitioners and professionals.

  • Electrospun biomaterials and related technologies / Jorge Almodovar, editor
    TS1548.5

  • Biotechnology in space / Günter Ruyters, Christian Betzel, Daniela Grimm
    TP248.2

  • Hybrid intelligence for social networks / Hema Banati [and others], editors
    TA347.A78

  • Optimization and management in manufacturing engineering : resource collaborative optimization and management through the Internet of Things / Xinbao Liu, Jun Pei, Lin Liu, Hao Cheng, Mi Zhou, Panos M. Pardalos
    TS 176 L58 2017eb

  • Springer handbook of electronic and photonic materials / Safa Kasap, Peter Capper (eds.)
    TK 7871 S65 2017eb

  • Smart sensors at the IoT frontier / Hiroto Yasuura, Chong-Min Kyung, Yongpan Liu, Youn-Long Lin, editors
    TK7888.4

  • Living with Monsters? : social implications of algorithmic phenomena, hybrid agency, and the performativity of technology : IFIP WG 8.2 Working Conference on the Interaction of Information Systems and the Organization, IS&O 2018, San Francisco, CA, USA, December 11-12, 2018, Proceedings / Ulrike Schultze, Margunn Aanestad, Magnus Mähring, Carsten Østerlund, Kai Riemer (eds.)
    TK5105.5

  • Social robotics : 10th International Conference, ICSR 2018, Qingdao, China, November 28-30, 2018, Proceedings / Shuzhi Sam Ge, John-John Cabibihan, Miguel A. Salichs, Elizabeth Broadbent, Hongsheng He, Alan R. Wagner, Álvaro Castro-González (eds.)
    TJ 210.3 I58 2018eb

  • Scaling your Node.js apps : progress your personal projects to production-ready / Fernando Doglio
    TK5105.888

  • Polymer/POSS nanocomposites and hybrid materials : preparation, properties, applications / Susheel Kalia, Krzysztof Pielichowski, editors
    TA418.9.N35

  • Current trends in web engineering : ICWE 2018 International Workshops, MATWEP, EnWot, KD-WEB, WEOD, TourismKG, Cáceres, Spain, June 5, 2018, Revised Selected Papers / Cesare Pautasso, Fernando Sánchez-Figueroa, Kari Systä, Juan Manuel Murillo Rodríguez (eds.)
    TK5105.888

  • Electrical properties of indium arsenide nanowires and their field-effect transistors / Mengqi Fu
    TK 7874.85 F82 2018eb

  • DISJUNCTIVE PROGRAMMING
    T57.74

  • Lasers : basics, advances and applications / Hans Joachim Eichler, Jürgen Eichler, Oliver Lux
    TA1675

  • Double-prism multi-mode scanning : principles and technology / Anhu Li
    TK7882.S3

  • Combinatorial image analysis : 19th International Workshop, IWCIA 2018, Porto, Portugal, November 22-24, 2018, Proceedings / Reneta P. Barneva, Valentin E. Brimkov, João Manuel R.S. Tavares (eds.)
    TA 1637 I58 2018eb

  • Internet of vehicles : technologies and services towards smart city : 5th International Conference, IOV 2018, Paris, France, November 20-22, 2018, Proceedings / Andrzej M.J. Skulimowski, Zhengguo Sheng, Sondès Khemiri-Kallel, Christophe Cérin, Ching-Hsien Hsu (eds.)
    TE228.38

  • Intelligent, secure, and dependable systems in distributed and cloud environments : second International Conference, ISDDC 2018, Vancouver, BC, Canada, November 28-30, 2018, Proceedings / Issa Traore, Isaac Woungang, Sherif Saad Ahmed, Yasir Malik (eds.)
    TK5105.59

  • Web information systems and applications : 15th International Conference, WISA 2018, Taiyuan, China, September 14-15, 2018, Proceedings / Xiaofeng Meng, Ruixuan Li, Kanliang Wang, Baoning Niu, Xin Wang, Gansen Zhao (eds.)
    TK5105.888

  • Graphics recognition : current trends and evolutions : 12th IAPR International Workshop, GREC 2017, Kyoto, Japan, November 9-10, 2017, Revised selected papers / Alicia Fornés, Bart Lamiroy (eds.)
    TA1634

  • Fatigue of Materials at Very High Numbers of Loading Cycles : Experimental Techniques, Mechanisms, Modeling and Fatigue Life Assessment / Hans-Jürgen Christ (Ed.)
    TA418.38

  • Supercapacitor : instrumentation, measurement and performance evaluation techniques / Satyajit Ratha, Aneeya Kumar Samantara
    TK7872.C65

  • The Maillard Reaction in Food Chemistry : Current Technology and Applications / Ruan Dongliang, Hui Wang, Faliang Cheng
    TP372.55.M35

  • Lithium intercalation in bilayer graphene devices / Matthias Kühne
    TA455.G65

  • Data analytics for renewable energy integration : technologies, systems and society : 6th ECML PKDD Workshop, DARE 2018, Dublin, Ireland, September 10, 2018, Revised selected papers / Wei Lee Woon, Zeyar Aung, Alejandro Catalina Feliú, Stuart Madnick (eds.)
    TK3105

  • Imaging, vision and learning based on optimization and PDEs : IVLOPDE, Bergen, Norway, August 29 -- September 2, 2016 / editors Xue-Cheng Tai, Egil Bae and Marius Lysaker
    TA1637.5

  • Methods of measuring moisture in building materials and structures : state-of-the-art report of the RILEM Technical Committee 248-MMB / Lars-Olof Nilsson, editor
    TA 418.64 R55 2018eb

  • Recent trends and techniques in plant metabolic engineering / Sudesh Kumar Yadav, Vinay Kumar, Sudhir P. Singh, editors
    TP 248.27 P55 R43 2018eb

  • Handbook of smart cities : software services and cyber infrastructure / Muthucumaru Maheswaran, Elarbi Badidi, editors
    TD159.4

  • Practical web development with Haskell : master the essential skills to build fast and scalable web applications / Ecky Putrady
    TK5105.875.I6

  • Cotton fiber : physics, chemistry and biology / David D. Fang, editor
    TS1542

  • The full stack developer : your essential guide to the everyday skills expected of a modern full stack Web developer / Chris Northwood
    TK5105.888

  • Metallurgical Design and Industry : Prehistory to the Space Age / Brett Kaufman, Clyde L. Briant, editors
    TN615

  • Stimuli-responsive dewetting/wetting smart surfaces and interfaces / Atsushi Hozumi, Lei Jiang, Haeshin Lee, Masatsugu Shimomura, editors
    TA 418.9 S62 S75 2018eb

  • Block trace analysis and storage system optimization : a practical approach with MATLAB/Python tools / Jun Xu
    TK5105.5

  • Graphics and multimedia for the web with Adobe Creative Cloud : navigating the Adobe software landscape / Jennifer Harder
    T385

  • Digital transformation and global society : third International Conference, DTGS 2018, St. Petersburg, Russia, May 30-June 2, 2018, Revised selected papers. Daniel A. Alexandrov, Alexander V. Boukhanovsky, Andrei V. Chugunov, Yury Kabanov, Olessia Koltsova (eds.)
    TK5105.875.I57

  • Digital transformation and global society : third International Conference, DTGS 2018, St. Petersburg, Russia, May 30-June 2, 2018, Revised selected papers. Daniel A. Alexandrov, Alexander V. Boukhanovsky, Andrei V. Chugunov, Yury Kabanov, Olessia Koltsova (eds.)
    TK5105.875.I57
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