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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0965758060, Hardcover)CAIHE plays an important role in linking hydraulic theory with real-world applications and computer modeling by focusing on problem solving skills that will help the user to become a better engineer. It includes worked examples of simple hydraulic tasks, and detailed "real-world" problems for students and professionals to solve. This third edition includes several enhancements based on feedback from adopters of the first and second editions, including new detailed tutorial examples and even more end-of-the-chapter examples. CAIHE's companion academic CD-ROM contains fully functional versions of Haestad Methods' most popular Windows-based programs for ditch and open channel flow, storm sewer design, culvert analysis, sanitary sewer design, and water distribution network modeling while the text includes the theory and equations that the software is based on.
The CAIHE textbook and accompanying academic software are currently in use by the vast majority of all ABET accredited engineering schools, as well as by many of the international "Washington Accord" group members. Furthermore, since many states now require CEUs and PDHs for professional license renewal, easy and affordable continuing education is of great importance to civil engineers. As the first IACET "Certified Provider" of continuing education, Haestad Methods' professional version of the CAIHE includes a workbook that can be graded with 3 CEUs awarded for a passing grade. By combining both traditional theory and cutting-edge technology, CAIHE's practical approach to design and analysis methods stands at the forefront of hydraulic engineering education.
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