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Blast effects on Buildings
This book is aimed at all engineers and architects involved in the design of building structures, and should enable them to have a better understanding of  their own and their client's responsibilities in providing buildings which, in the event of an explosion, minimize damage to people and property.

Bifurcation Analysis in Geomechanics
Application of bifurcation analysis to petroleum engineering was clearly a technology push; a technique that was available and was (and is) waiting for people seeing opportunities to apply it. Once these opportunities were found, this fine technology appears to be a lot more beneficial for our ‘rough’ business than initially anticipated. For instance, it allows us to solve the very important question of scale dependency of our rock mechanical tests, such as whether a hollow cylinder with a 8 mm hole can be representative for an 8½′′ wellbore. Transition between different borehole failure and stabilisation mechanisms can now be understood, which significantly increases the scope for barefoot completions and exclusion or postponement of sand control.

Computational Bioengineering: Current Trends And Applications

Advances in Industrial Engineering and Operations Research

Mossbauer Analysis of the Atomic and Magnetic Structure of Alloys

OSS Design Patterns: A Pattern Approach to the Design of Telecommunications Management Systems

Smart Materials And Structures: New Research

Beet-Sugar Handbook

Plasticity in the Visual System: From Genes to Circuits

Designing Inclusive Interactions

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