Civil & Environmental Engineering
Have you ever pondered the infra-structural elements of modern society that make life attractive, convenient, and comfortable? Enjoying spacious and comfortable living in a building, or an underground enclave; driving from a given location to virtually any region in the continent; and having plenty of clean water available for any domestic use we desire are some of the examples that the civil engineering profession offer today.
The building is designed by a civil engineer by conveying an array of structural elements that support the architectural spatial distribution.
The highway is designed by a civil engineer by creating a plane that adequately supports the weight and stresses of the vehicles in motion and of the centrifugal forces at the curves.
The water resources system is designed by a civil engineer that arranges for the water intake at an appropriate source, a water conveyance set that transports the water to a water treatment plant, and a waster distribution network that delivers the sanitized water to the urban user.
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