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Brilliant Book- Can't flaw it,
This review is from: Structures: Or Why Things Don't Fall Down (Paperback)
I am currently doing my A-levels in maths and physics hoping to do civil engineering at University. I found this really intersting and it gave me more of an insight into civil engineering as a whole and other aspects such as material engineering. Extremely well written which is simple for anybody to read but can also teach people with a good physics knowledge something new. I would recommend this to everyone, especially future civil engineers.
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Initial post: 19 Jan 2013 09:24:14 GMT
E. C. S. Sanchez says:
Thanks for your recommendation, Johani. My grandson is currently doing his A-levels in Maths and Physics hoping to do structural/civil engineering at University, and so I was looking for a book to further inspire him. I have just read the reviews and now ordered a copy for him - I might even order one for myself! I bought him a copy of Brian Greene's 'The Fabric of the Cosmos: Space, Time and the Texture of Reality' (Penguin Press Science) back in January 2010 and that inspired him to do some quite fantastic and original-thinking experiments in his A-level studies...
I hope that your studies are going well, and wish you all the best for the future!
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