Principles of Highway Engineering
by Carroll Carson Wiley
Publisher: McGraw-Hill 1928
Number of pages: 510
This volume has been prepared for use in college courses in highway engineering. Although intended, primarily, for beginning courses, it will be found of value as an auxiliary and reference book in advanced courses in design and administration.
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