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Project Management: A Common Sense Guide to the PMBOK, Part Two–Plan and Execution

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10/24/2018

James W. Marion

Although the terms “plan” and “schedule” are at times used interchangeably, they are in fact very different. A complete project plan contains a project schedule—but it also includes much more than that (e.g., risk management, quality management, human resource management, and procurement). These differences have implications for the layman as well as the experienced project manager and have implications for successful project management practice.

Raman Spectroscopy, Volume I: Principles and Applications in Chemistry, Physics, Materials Science, and Biology

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10/25/2018

Gunter Hoffmann

Raman Spectroscopy makes use of the interaction between a light source--usually in the form of laser--and the molecular vibrations or rotations or other types of molecular movement set off in a specimen from that light so as to create information about the chemical and physical nature of that specimen. It is particularly useful in determining the nature of chemical bonds and the symmetry of molecules. This is the first volume of a two volume set on the background and principles of Raman Spectroscopy and its special applications.

Digital Signal Processing

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11/14/2018

João Marques de Carvalho, Edmar Candeia Gurjão, Luciana Ribeiro Veloso, and Carlos Danila Miranda Regis

This book covers the fundamentals of digital signal processing (DSP) in a concise format, accessible to anyone with a technical background, enabling the reader for further DSP training, research, and development. 

The authors explore many subjects, including discrete time (digital) signals and systems, with emphasis on linear shift invariant (LSI) systems; Fourier and the z transforms; signal sampling and analog-to-digital (A/D) conversion. The book finalizes with examples of DSP techniques applications to practical problems from several areas.

Fiber-Optic Sensors For Infrastructure Health Monitoring, Volume I: Introduction and Fundamental Concepts

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10/06/2018

Zhishen Wu, Jian Zhang, and Mohammad Noori

Structural health monitoring (SHM) can be characterized as the integration of sensing and intelligence to enable the potential damage to be monitored, analyzed, localized, and predicted in real time and in a nondestructive manner. Over the past two decades, extensive research has demonstrated that fiber-optic sensors (FOSs) are well suited for SHM sensing requirements in infrastructure systems. In this book, a brief overview of SHM and the application of FOS are presented.

Basics of Polymers, Volume I: Testing and Characterization

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10/09/2018

Muralisrinivasan Subramanian

The Basics of Polymers is written exclusively about chemical methods of polymer testing aimed at producing a high degree of manufacturing and quality control of polymer products. Polymer testing has assumed importance for industries dependent on polymers and additives as key product components. The text is intended to serve as a handbook for students, engineers, and people involved in polymer synthesis and laboratory work.

Hazardous Waste Management, Volume II: Characterization and Treatment Processes

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10/10/2018

Sukalyan Sengupta

While the Industrial Revolution ushered in a period of rapid economic growth, increased life expectancy, and a better quality of life for millions worldwide, it also created a landscape where contaminated hazardous waste sites abound. Unfortunately, these sites have caused an unacceptably harmful effect on human beings and the environment.

Geology for Environmental Engineers

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10/24/2018

David Woodhouse and James Lambrechts

With the creation of the US Environmental Protection Agency, many site characterization studies and remediation designs have evolved since that time. In order for the environmental engineer to understand the behavior and design remediation of the chemicals and pollutants in the environment, knowledge of the principles and tenets of geology is critical.

Tribology: A Simple Guide To The Study of Friction

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09/06/2018

Dr. James M. Watterson

Tribology is the scientific and engineering study of friction, and in common practice it most often involves the control and reduction of friction. This is particularly critical to the successful and continued operation of moving parts. This two volume work addresses the types of seals and bearings that are commonly found in most rotating and moving machinery, including how they are designed, how they work and what can be done to ensure that they continue maintain proper lubrication and successful operation.

The Concise Valve Handbook, Volume II: Actuation, Maintenance, and Safety Relief

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10/02/2018

Michael A. Crabtree

Research studies within the process industry routinely indicate that the fluid control valve is responsible for 60 to 70% of poor-functioning control systems. Furthermore, valves in general are consistently wrongly selected, regularly misapplied, and often incorrectly installed.

The Concise Valve Handbook, Volume I: Sizing and Construction

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10/02/2018

Michael A. Crabtree

Research studies within the process industry routinely indicate that the fluid control valve is responsible for 60 to 70% of poor-functioning control systems. Furthermore, valves in general are consistently wrongly selected, regularly misapplied, and often incorrectly installed.

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