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HYDROGEN ITS POTENTIAL Applications and Associated Costs in Civil and Rail Engineering

Introduction Transportation technology has had a significant impact on the development of the world in the past, is still influencing it now, and will have a significant impact on the development of the world in the future. Roads and other forms of transportation are Associated Costs and time-consuming to build associated costs, and require a…

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Electric Vehicle Charging Point (EVCP) Strategy

Electric Vehicle Charging Point (EVCP) Cost Management, Circular Economy, Whole Life Cycle Costing, Civil Engineering, Enabling Works, Pragmatic Approach, Electric Vehicle Charge Point (EVCP) Introduction Local Authorities can employ planning and associated rules to guarantee that electric vehicle charging point are incorporated into new developments at the planning stage. As a result, charge points are…

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LEADER APPROACH (L.E.A.D.E.R)

Leadership Approach in Civil Engineering Project Management To well manage construction projects, it is essential to have information on modern management and develop a clear understanding of the construction and Leadership Approach. Construction projects have a particular set of targets and limitations, for example, an expected period for fulfilment. While the institutional courses of action…

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Is it worth the Tag-Price of Infrastructures in small Rural Clusters?

IS IT WORTH THE TAG-PRICE OF INFRASTRUCTURES IN SMALL RURAL CLUSTERS? Infrastructure The term “infrastructure” is used for the entire physical systems of a region, a company, or even a nation. Examples of infrastructure are communication networks, transportation systems, water, sewage, and electrical systems. These are typically expensive, and capital-intensive investments and are crucial for economic growth…

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TOWER CRANE FAILURE

TOWER CRANE FAILURE “The usage of crane in the construction industry is widespread and very important regardless of the project size. In tall building construction, the efficiency of the tower crane is the backbone of the project success. The crane operator is responsible to control the crane efficiently and follows the provided safety guidelines. Loss…

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Micro-Tunnelling

Micro-tunnelling started initially in Japan and Europe and came to the U.S in 1984. By U.S. standards it is defined as a remotely controlled, laser-guided pipe jacking method without any manpower for the excavation entry process. Pipes of various sizes can be installed by this method. The tunnels are usually of very small diameters (from…

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