Fluid Abstracts: Civil Engineering
The journal features fluid mechanics, hydraulics of closed and open systems, operations and utilities, coastal engineering, ports and harbours, offshore engineering [surface and subsea installations, well technology and pipelines] the atmosphere and aerodynamics, wind energy, water distribution and treatment. Each issue includes a full subject index. Annual cumulative subject and author indexes are produced for each volume.
The movement and control of fluids and their effects are of extreme importance in numerous civil engineering disciplines. These range from the hydraulics of open, natural environments to the closed hydraulic systems of water supply and treatment and power industries, and to non–aeronautical industrial aerodynamics. This abstract journal has been designed to cater for both current awareness and retrospective literature researching requirements of workers in the full range of civil engineering disciplines. A specific aim of this journal is to provide librarians and information scientists, as well as researchers with guidance towards further research information. Its format allows rapid scanning and each entry is classified with full bibliographic details.
Each monthly issue covers all aspects of fluid applications in engineering which are of interest to civil engineers. Material is selected from over 500 publications.