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- Date: Mon, 7 Jun 2004 08:49:57 EDT
Perhaps the best site for engineering is: icivilengineer.com
That site has links to other sites. In addition, a lot of the trade associations have good information available on their web sites. For example:
www.pci.org (precast concrete)
www.pti.org (post-tensioned concrete)
www.cement.org (Portland Cement Association)
www.aisc.org (structural steel)
www.crsi.org (reinforcing steel)
Then there are associations like:
www.concrete.org (American Concrete Institute)
Another good source of information is on-line courses from universities. These vary a lot in quality, and it helps to have a high speed connection, but some are very interesting.
To see the MIT courses on line, for example, go to www.mit.edu and then look for the option that says OpenCourseWare.
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