4 edition of Construction risk in coastal engineering found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 477-480) and index.
|Statement||edited by Jonathan Simm and Ian Cruickshank.|
|Contributions||Simm, Jonathan., Cruickshank, Ian, 1967-|
|LC Classifications||TC205 .C63 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxxii, 495 p. :|
|Number of Pages||495|
|LC Control Number||00364488|
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Coastal Engineering | Texas A&M University Engineering. This book concentrates on the risks that occur during coastal construction, and on the mitigation measures that can be embraced to control or reduce the impact of these risks. Traditionally, risk management Format: Hardcover.
Construction risk in coastal engineering This book concentrates on the risks that occur during coastal construction and on the mitigation measures that can be embraced to control or reduce the impact of these risks.
Risk management has been applied instinctively. However, in a well-managed project, structured introduction of mitigation measures is possible throughout its inception. This book concentrates on the risks that occur during coastal construction, and on the mitigation measures that can be embraced to control or reduce the impact of these risks.
This book concentrates on the risks that occur during coastal construction and on the mitigation measures that can be embraced to control or reduce the impact of these risks.
Traditionally, risk management Pages: Abstract: Coastal Construction Plant, Operability Levels and Availability. Temporary Stability of Works. Construction Tolerances.
The manual concentrates on the risks that occur during coastal construction and the mitigation measures that can be embraced to • Identify and question the assumptions that affect the success of the project • Concentrate the effort into controlling the risk through risk prioritisation • Balance the costs and benefits of the risk controlling measures.
Construction risk in coastal engineering book control or reduce the impact of these risks. Common risks related to structure types For the purposes of this report coastal engineering structures have been divided up into the following forms of construction: • Rock works: Shore connected breakwaters - Detached breakwaters - Coastal defence revetments • Concrete seawall • Coastal piling works • Caisson works • Outfalls & intakes • Beach recharge • Navigational dredging works.
Construction Risk in Coastal Engineering: Simm, Jonathan, Cruikshank, Ian, Gardiner, Ron: Books - or: Jonathan Simm, Ian Cruikshank, Ron Gardiner. Construction Risk in Coastal Engineering Author: I Cruickshank, J Simm Publisher: ICE Publishing ISBN Number: Price: R Incl.
VAT Weight: g. A catalogue record for this book is available from the British Library Library of Congress Cataloging in Publication Data Reeve, Dominic. Coastal engineering:processes, theory and design.
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The designer will find that engineering judgment will need to be applied to a range of problems during the design of a coastal residential building.
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