Open access peer-reviewed Edited Volume

Methods and Techniques in Urban Engineering

Edited by Armando Carlos De Pina Filho

Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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A series of urban problems such as dwelling deficit, infrastructure problems, inefficient services, environmental pollution, etc. can be observed in many countries. Urban Engineering searches solutions for these problems using a conjoined system of planning, management and technology. A great deal of research is devoted to application of instruments, methodologies and tools for monitoring and acquisition of data, based on the factual experience and computational modeling. The objective of the book was to present works related to urban automation, geographic information systems (GIS), analysis, monitoring and management of urban noise, floods and transports, information technology applied to the cities, tools for urban simulation, social monitoring and control of urban policies, sustainability, etc., demonstrating methods and techniques applied in Urban Engineering. Considering all the interesting information presented, the book can offer some aid in creating new research, as well as incite the interest of people for this area of study, since Urban Engineering is fundamental for city development.

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Methods and Techniques in Urban EngineeringEdited by Armando Carlos De Pina Filho

Published: May 1st 2010

DOI: 10.5772/232

ISBN: 978-953-307-096-4

eBook (PDF) ISBN: 978-953-51-5917-9

Copyright year: 2010

Books open for chapter submissions

44075 Total Chapter Downloads

4 Web of Science Citations

6 Dimensions Citations

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1. Urban Engineering: Concepts and Challenges

By Alex Abiko

4752

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2. Partnership between Municipality and Public University to Improve the Sustainable Development of Small Municipalities

By Camilo Michalka Jr

1910

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3. Experiences with the Urbanisation of Slums: Management and Intervention Models

By Adauto Lucio Cardoso, Angela Maria Gabriella Rossi

2441

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4. Locating Sites for Locally Unwanted Land Uses: Successfully Coping with NIMBY Resistance

By Stefan Siedentop

3325

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5. Computational Tools applied to Urban Engineering

By Armando Carlos de Pina Filho, Fernando Rodrigues Lima, Renato Dias Calado do Amaral

3081

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6. Research on Urban Engineering Applying Location Models

By Carlos Alberto N. Cosenza, Fernando Rodrigues Lima and Cesar das Neves

1793

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7. Spatial Analysis for Identifying Concentrations of Urban Damage

By Joseph Wartman and Nicholas E. Malasavage

2979

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8. The Use of Simulation in Urban Modelling

By Rosane Martins Alves and Carl Horst Albrecht

2681

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9. Urban Engineering 2.0 - Medial Construction of Regional and Local Identification with RegioWikis and CityBlogs

By Stefan Selke

1733

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10. Urban Flood Control, Simulation and Management - an Integrated Approach

By Marcelo Gomes Miguez and Luiz Paulo Canedo de Magalhaes

4968

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11. Urban Water Quality after Flooding

By Jorge Henrique Alves Prodanoff and Flavio Cesar Borba Mascarenhas

2202

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12. Efficient Solutions for Urban Mobility - Policies, Strategies and Measures

By Alvaro Seco and Ana Bastos Silva

2051

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13. A Contribution to Urban Transport System Analyses and Planning in Developing Countries

By Giovani Manso Avila

3341

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14. Urban Noise Pollution Assessment Techniques

By Fernando A. N. Castro Pinto

4037

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15. Sound Pressure Measurements in Urban Areas

By Fernando A. N. Castro Pinto

2781

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