Useful links

INTERESTING WEBSITES

  • http://www.swedgeo.se/templates/SGIStandardPage____184.aspx?epslanguage=EN
    http://www.swedgeo.se/templates/SGIStandardPage____186.aspx?epslanguage=EN

     ¡V The SGi-Line is a literature database containing references to international geotechnical and geoenvironmental literature in a broad context, from practical solutions to theoretical analysis. The database is one of a small number in the world specialized in geotechnical and goenvironmental engineering. The database contains some 70,000 references from 1976 up to present. The database is continuously updated and expanded with about 2,000 references a year. Several references added during the recent years links to further information, full-text documents or abstracts/table of contents. SGI-Line is produced by the Swedish Geotechnical Institute, Sweden. Most of the documents, books, articles in journals, papers in conference proceedings, reports, theses, ets, referred to in the database are available in the SGI Library. Link to more information on the Database (Information sheet):  http://www.swedgeo.se/upload/SGI-tjanster/pdf/SGILine-english-2007.pdf 

  • http://delab.csd.auth.gr/~lakritid/index.php?lan=1&s=2 ¡V QuadSearch are metasearch engines that are web services designed to transfer the user's queries to multiple existing search engines. A metasearch engine does not maintain its own index of documents. It collects and reorganizes the result lists (top-k lists), then it returns the processed data to the user. Compared to a classic single search engine, a metasearch engine offers increased web coverage, improved retrieval effectiveness, effortless invocation of multiple search engines.
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  • http://www.thomastelford.com/journals - This site is an online journal service. It provides the opportunity to stay on top of cutting-edge issues in all aspects of civil engineering with papers and articles. It contains large amount of civil engineering journals. All Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineering and Thomas Telford journals are listed on this site. Abstracts and table of contents are freely available to all. The following sites contain geotechnical software¡¦s indispensable to geotechnical engineers.
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  • http://www.usucger.org ¡V This site¡¦s mission is to provide advocacy for the continued development and expansion of high quality geomechanical, geotechnical and geo-environmental engineering research and education which will enhance the welfare of humankind. 
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  • http://alert.epfl.ch - The Alliance of Laboratories in Europe for Research and Technology (ALERT) "Geomaterials" has been created to develop a European School of Thinking in the field of the Mechanics of Geomaterials. The generic name "Geomaterials" is viewed as gathering together materials, whose mechanical behaviour depends on the pressure level, which can be dilatant under shearing and which are multiphase because of their porous structure.
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  • http://www.geoengineer.org/ - The site started as a personal effort to provide useful information for engineers, students, and academia by taking advantage of the opportunities provided by the internet. Consecutively, it provides a cost-free resource for the engineers to learn about the latest news in their field and keep up with the progress of research.
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  • http://www.ascelibrary.org ¡V In this site you can find and download full-text civil engineering research and applications-oriented articles. You can choose only the content you need from across a universe of 260,000 pages of content; journal papers from 1993 to present, proceedings papers from 2003 to present, 28,000 articles-4,000 new articles added each year. You can quickly have the information thru Research Library gold Card.
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  • http://cebulletin.com/forum/forumdisplay.php?f=56
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  • http://engineerexplained.com/VincentChuColumn/#T1
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  • http://engineeringcivil.com/ask-an-expert
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  • http://aboutcivil.com/answers/
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  • http://www.rockware.com/catalog/geot.html?source=google
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  • http://www.soilvision.com/
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  • http://www.gaea.ca/
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  • http://www.tagasoft.com/TAGAsoft
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  • http://www.geo-slope.com/
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  • http://www.ejge.com/GVL/soft-gvl.htm


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