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ICE Virtual Library

The ICE Virtual Library contains every peer-reviewed paper produced by the Institution of Civil Engineers since its first meeting in 1836. The ICE Proceedings constitute 18 parts, covering every major civil engineering disciples, from energy to ground improvement, urban design and planning to construction materials.

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  • Alerting services: You can sign up for email alerts on your personal homepage, accessible by clicking on 'My Home' at the top of the ICE Virtual Library page. Alternatively, you can click to sign up for table of contents alerts in the right hand navigation bar on specific product pages.

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Coverage

1836-present

Date

September 13, 2010


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