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Smith's Elements of Soil Mechanics

Smith, Ian

Smith's Elements of Soil Mechanics

9. Edition - September 2014
  • 488 pages
  • Softcover
  • English
ISBN: 978-0-470-67339-3
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About the author

Ian Smith had several years' practical experienceof site investigation and geotechnical consultancy before becominga lecturer in Geotechnical Engineering at Edinburgh NapierUniversity. He is now Head of the School of Engineering and theBuilt Environment. Widely recognised as an authority on the use ofEurocode 7, he has delivered keynote presentations and CPD courseson geotechnical design to Eurocode 7 in several countriesthroughout the world.