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ASCE Library

The ASCE Library includes ASCE Conference Proceedings beginning in 1996, all 33 ASCE Journal and Periodical volumes published since 1983 (all in PDF) and all ebooks and standards published from 1983 to 2015 (each chapter is a PDF). Technical and professional interest areas include:

  • Aerospace
  • Architectural
  • Coastal and Ocean
  • Computing in Civil Engineering
  • Construction
  • Energy
  • Engineering Mechanics
  • Environmental
  • Geotechnical
  • Hydraulic
  • Infrastructure
  • Materials
  • Management
  • Professional Issues
  • Structural
  • Transportation
  • Urban Planning
  • Water Resources


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September 13, 2010


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