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Index of civil engineering articles

This is an alphabetical list of articles pertaining specifically to civil engineering. For a broad overview of engineering, please see List of engineering topics. For biographies please see List of civil engineers.

Contents

  • A 1
  • B 2
  • C 3
  • D 4
  • E 5
  • F 6
  • G 7
  • H 8
  • I 9
  • J 10
  • K 11
  • L 12
  • M 13
  • N 14
  • O 15
  • P 16
  • Q 17
  • R 18
  • S 19
  • T 20
  • U 21
  • V 22
  • W 23
  • X 24
  • Y 25
  • Z 26

A

Accuracy and precisionAmerican Society of Civil EngineersApplied mechanicsArch

B

Beam (structure)BendingBrittleBuckling

C

Carbon fiberCheck damClassical mechanicsComposite materialCompressive strengthComputational fluid dynamicsComputer-aided designConservation of massConcreteCorrosion

D

DamDampingDeformationDelaminationDesignDimensionless numberDraftingDynamics

E

ElasticityEngineering drawingExploratory engineering

F

Factor of safetyFatigueFilletFinite element analysisFinite element methodFluid mechanicsForceFrictionFundamentals of Engineering exam

G

GaugeGauge (engineering)Granular material – Galvanised Iron--

H

Heating and cooling systemsHydraulicsHydrostatics

I

Inclined planeInertiaInstrumentationInvention

J

K

L

Leakage Treatments to External walls LeverLiabilityLife cycle cost analysisLimit state designLoad transfer

M

Margin of safetyMass transferMaterialsMaterials engineeringMaterial selectionMechanicsMomentMoment of inertia

N

Normal stressNozzle

O

P

PhysicsPlasticityPoisson's ratioPosition vectorPressureProduct lifecycle managementProfessional engineerProject managementPulleyPumpPile foundationPlinth protection—Piers—Plum concrete—Pneumatic—Penetration--

Q

QualityQuality control – Quantity Surveying

R

Reliability engineeringResistive forceReverse engineeringRigid bodyReinforced concrete

S

Safety engineeringShear force diagrams – Shear strengthShear stressSimple machineSimulationSlide ruleSolid mechanicsSolid modelingStaticsStress–strain curveStructural failureStudent design competitionSurveying – Shrinkage Cracks—Sedimentation—Sleepers—Scale--

T

Technical drawingTechnologyTensile strengthTensile stressTheodoliteTheory of elasticityToughnessTurbine – Torsion—Tunnel—Theory of structures—Trigonometry—Thermodynamics—Triangle—Traverse

U

V

VectorViscosityVibrationvacuum concreting – voids—Velocity--

W

WedgeWeight transferWeir

X

Y

Yield strengthYoung's modulus

Z

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