Thirty-four papers from the November 2002 workshop explore the use of computers in civil engineering for structural design, costing and scheduling, management, and modeling. Among the topics are intelligent agents for designing steel skeleton structures of tall buildings, a construction simulation mInteraction Scenario The following is an example of an interaction scenario that was developed from the presented problem scenario. ... He notices a related component under the HVAC discipline: it is labeled Cooling Tower. ... Figure 7: Nick uses the project context explorer to view COMPUTING IN CIVIL ENGINEERING 97.
|Title||:||Computing in Civil Engineering|
|Author||:||Anthony Songer, John Christopher Miles|
|Publisher||:||Amer Society of Civil Engineers - 2003|