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A Review on Main Challenges of Disaster Relief Supply Chain to Reduce Casualties in Case of Natural Disasters / Home / Engineering (Academic) Books / A Review on Main Challenges of Disaster Relief Supply Chain to Reduce Casualties in Case of Natural Disasters by Alireza Goli

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  Pages: 26 Iran is among the ten disaster-prone countries and, in terms of earthquake, it has been ranked the sixth in the world. Although the damages caused by the disasters are not irreversible from different aspects, they could be reduced to minimum by choosing appropriate preventive actions as well as preparedness plans to counteract the impacts of these incidents. According...
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An Introduction to Mechanical Engineering by Jonathan Wickert

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449 Pages This textbook will introduce you to the ever-emerging field of mechanical engineering and help you appreciate how engineers design the hardware that builds and improves societies all around the world.
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Applications of Soft Computing in Engineering Problems by Hitoshi Furuta, Koichiro Nakatsu, Hiroshi Hattori

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Pages: 30 he use of an applied field in computer science (Soft Computing) to solve engineering problems with unpredictable or uncertain solutions
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Basic Engineering Mathematics – Engineering Study by John Bird

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301 Pages Basic Engineering Mathematics, 4th Edition introduces and then consolidates basic mathematical principles and promotes awareness of mathematical concepts for students needing a broad base for further vocational studies. In this fourth edition, new material has been added on engineering notation, inequalities, graphs with logarithmic scales and adding waveforms, together with extra practical problems interspersed throughout the text.
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Civil Engineering Formulas by Tyler G. Hick P.E

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480 Pages This handy book presents more than 2000 needed formulas for civil engineers to help them in the design office, in the field, and on a variety of construction jobs, anywhere in the world. These formulas are also useful to design drafters, structural engineers, bridge engineers, foundation builders, field engineers, professional-engineer license examination candidates, concrete specialists, timber-structure builders, and...
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Engineering Thermodynamics R.K Rajput

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966 Pages Know everything about Thermodynamics and Engineering in this book.
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Nobody Promised Life Would be Easy – Warren Fox

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Pages: 100 Warren Fox was born in New Zealand in 1931. His parents separated when he was five. As a child, he lived for six years in Australia with his mother. Then his father gained custody of him and took him to South Africa for 18 months. When the war ended, his father brought him back to New Zealand...
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Physical Sciences & Engineering Library – Department of Defence, USA

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316 Pages This handbook documents engineering methodologies for the development of standardized, statistically-based material property data for continuous and discontinuous metal matrix composite (MMC) materials.
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Physical Sciences by Dr. Mark Horner and Volunteers

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Pages: 541 When we look outside at everything in nature, look around us at everything manufacturedor look up at everything in space we cannot but be struck by the incredible diversity andcomplexity of life; so many things, that look so different, operating in such unique ways.The physical universe really contains incredible complexity.Yet, what is even more remarkable than this seeming complexity...
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Understanding Engineering Mathematics by Bird, John

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1184 Pages Studying engineering, whether it is mechanical, electrical, aeronautical, communications, civil, construction or systems engineering, relies heavily on an understanding of mathematics. In fact, it is not possible to study any engineering discipline without a sound knowledge of mathematics. What happens, then, when a student realises he/she is very weak at mathematics – an increasingly common scenario? The answer...
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