101 Things I Learned in Engineering School
Experienced civil engineer and instructor John Kuprenas presents the fundamentals, physics, and intriguing facts underlying the many fields of engineering. No yawn-fest here, the pages are packed with just a hair over 100 real-world examples that’ll have you smiling, scratching your head and thinking “Who knew?” Easy-to-digest snippets go beyond the nuts and bolts with answers to: Why shouldn’t soldiers march across a bridge? Why do buildings want to float and cars want to fly? It’s fun reading guaranteed to stimulate a few brains cells and liven up discussions down at the bar.
- An easy to read collection of everything engineering, from how engineers think to how stuff works
- Boils down physics and fundaments into 101 fun, real-world examples
- Sure to spark interesting thoughts and conversations, even for seasoned pros
- 216 pages divided into short, factoid format
- Hardcover; 216 pages
- 15.4 oz.
- Made in Canada