101 Things I Learned in Engineering School is the reference, civil engineering and environmental engineering guide which tells the secrets of civil engineering. John Kuprenas and Mathew Frederick are the authors of this fascinating book. A civil engineer is a person who brings physics and it’s fundamental to apply on fields. The author shows how to scale up your level by asking different questions. Why a gigantic bridge bows down to earth after the march of soldiers. What is the reason that soldiers are not allowed to march on the bridge? Why do cards want to fly and buildings want to float? Learn the difference between thinking systematically and thinking systemically?
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