Course References

 

School of Engineering and Technology (SET)
 
Field of Study: Geotechnical and Earth Resource Engineering
 
CE71.12 : Rock Mechanics
CE71.13 : Advanced Soil Mechanics and Testings
CE71.24 : Geoenvironmental Engineering
CE71.31 : Engineering Geology
CE71.41 : Analytical Methods in Geotechnical Engineering
CE71.42 : Numerical Methods in Geotechnical Engineering
CE71.51 : Foundation Engineering and Design
CE71.53 : Underground Excavation and Tunneling 
CE71.55 : Geosynthetic Engineering and Design
CE71.56 : Ground Improvement Techniques
CE71.57 : Risk and Reliability Analysis of Geotechnical Infrastructures
CE71.61 : Soil Dynamics and Earthquake Engineering
CE71.63 : Workflow in Oil and Gas Operations
CE71.65 : Exploration Geophysics
CE71.66 : Petroleum Reservoir Engineering
CE71.68 : Well Logging Interpretation
CE71.69 : Fundamentals of Geosystem Exploration
CE71.70 : Petrophysics
CE71.71 : Drilling & Well Completion Operation
CE71.72 : Petroleum Production Engineering
CE71.9001 : Selected Topic: Decision Analysis and Risk Management for O&G Industry
CE71.9004 : Selected Topic: Petroleum Geochemistry
CE71.9005 : Selected Topic: Practical Soil Engineering
CE71.9007 : Selected Topic: Instrumentation and Advanced Soil Testing
CE71.9012 : Selected Topic: Geotechnical Investigation and Exploration
CE71.9013 : Selected Topic: Risk Management for Infrastructure Development and Planning

 

 

CE71.12 : Rock Mechanics
No. Text/References Available Free Online
1 Hudson, J. A. (1989). Rock mechanics principles in engineering practice. Boston : Butterworths. TA706 H83 c.2  
2

Goodman, R. E. (1989). Introduction to rock mechanics. (2nd ed.) New York : Wiley.

TA706 G65 1989 c.2

 
3

Hoek, E. (2000). Rock Engineering-Course Notes. Capilano, Canada : Evert Heok Consulting Engineer Inc.

   
4

Brady, B. H. G. and Brown, E. T. (1993). Rock mechanics : for underground. (2nd ed.) London : Chapman and Hall.

TA706 B73 1993  
5

Hudson, J. A. (eds.). (1993). Comprehensive rock engineering : principles, practice and projects. New York : Pergamon Press.

TA706 C642  
6

Vutukuri, V. S., Lama, R. D. and Saluja, S. S. (1974). Handbook on mechanical properties of rocks. Bay Village : Trans Tech Publications.

TA706 V8

 
7

Fjaer, E. (et. Al.). (1992). Petroleum related rock mechanics. Amsterdam : Elsevier.

TN870.5 P4787

 
8

Thiel, K. (1989). Rock mechanics in hydroengineering. Amsterdam : Elsevier.

TA710 D4 v. 51 (LOST ON FLOOD.)

 
9

Zhang, L. (2004). Drilled Shafts in Rock: Analysis and Design. Boca Raton, FL : CRC Press.

(Not Available.)  
10

Wyllie, D. C. and Mah, C. W. (2004). Rock slope engineering : civil and mining. (4th ed.). London : Spon Press.

TA706 W98 2004  

 

 

CE71.13 : Advanced Soil Mechanics and Testings
No. Text/References Available Free Online
1

Lambe, T. W. and Whitman, R V. (1969). Soil mechanics. New York : Wiley.

TA710 L246 c.4, c.6

 
2

Aysen, A. (2005). Soil mechanics : basic concepts and engineering applications. London : Taylor & Francis.

TA710 A98

 
3

Shroff, A. V. and Shah, D. L. (2003). Soil mechanics and geotechnical engineering. Lisse, : A.A. Balkema.

TA710 S535  
4

McCarthy, D. F. (1977). Essentials of soil mechanics and foundations. Reston, Va. : Reston.

TA710 M29 (LOST ON FLOOD.)  
5

Powrie, W. (2002). Soil mechanics: concepts and applications. (2nd ed.) Boca Raton, FL : CRC Press.

(Not Available.)  
6

Whitlow, R. (2001). Basic soil mechanics. (4th ed.) Harlow, England. : Pearson Prentice Hall.

TA710 W46 2001

 
7

Budhu, M. (2000). Soil mechanics and foundations. New York : Wiley.

TA710 B765

 
8

Coduto, D. P. (1999). Geotechnical engineering. Upper Saddle River, NJ. Prentice Hall.

(Not Available.)

 
9

Parry, R. H. G. (1999). Mohr circles, stress paths and geotechnics. London : Spon Press.

(Not Available.)  
10

Parry, R. H. G. (1999). Mohr circles, stress paths and geotechnics. (2nd ed.) London : Spon Press.

(Not Available.)  
11 Das, B. M. (1998). Advanced soil mechanics. London : Spon Press.
(Not Available.)  
12

Das, B. M. (1983). Advanced soil mechanics. Taiwan : Rainbow Bridge Book.

TA710 D257 1983  
13

Terzaghi, K. and Peck, R. B. (1996). Soil mechanics in engineering practice. New York : John Wiley and Sons.

(Not Available.)  
14

Atkinson, J. H. (1993). An introduction to the mechanics of soils and foundations : though critical state soil mechanics. London : McGraw-Hill.

(Not Available.)  
15

Atkinson, J. H. and Bransby, P. L. (1982). The mechanics of soils : an introduction to critical state soil. Maidenhead, Berkshire : McGraw-Hill.

TA710 A76 1982 c.12-15  
16

Head, K. H. (1980). Manual of soil laboratory testing. (Vol. 3 effective stress tests). London : Pentech Press.

TA10.5 H4 v.3  
17

Bowles, Joseph E. (1978). Engineering properties of soils and their measurement. Auckland : McGraw-Hill Book.

TA710.5 B67 1978a  

 

 

CE71.24 : Geoenvironmental Engineering
No. Text/References Available Free Online
1

Sharma, H. D. and Reddy, K. R. (2004). Geoenvironmental engineering : site remediation, waste containment, and emerging waste management technologies. Hoboken, N.J. : Wiley.

TD171.9 S53  
2

Qian, X., Koerner, R. M. and Gray, D. H. (2002). Geotechnical aspects of landfill design and construction. Upper Saddle River, N.J. : Prentice Hall.

TD795.7 Q276

 
3

Sharma, H. D. and Lewis S. P. (1994). Waste containment systems, waste stabilization, and landfills : design and evaluation. New York : John Wiley.

TD793 S43 (LOST ON FLOOD.)

 
4

Waterloo Hydrogeologic Inc. (2010). Visual MODFLOW premium (demo tutorial). Waterloo Hydrogeologic Inc.

  Available Free Online.

 

 

CE71.31 : Engineering Geology
No. Text/References Available Free Online
1

Waltham, A.C. (1994). Foundations of engineering geology. London : Blackie Chapman & Hall.

(Not Available.)

 
2

Bell, F. G. (2004). Engineering geology and construction. London : Spon Press.

TA705 B329 (LOST ON FLOOD)

 
3

Bell, F. G. (eds.). (1998). Engineering in rock masses. Oxford : Butterworth-Heinemann.

TA706 E56

 
4

Blyth, F. G. H. and Freitas, M. H. (1974). A geology for engineers. (6th ed.) London :
Edward Arnold.

TA705 B55 1974 (LOST ON FLOOD.)  
5

Goodman, R. E. (1993). Engineering geology : rock in engineering construction. New York : Wiley.

TA706 G644 (LOST ON FLOOD.)  
6

Griffiths, D. H. and King, R. F. (1981). Applied geophysics for geologists and engineers :
the elements of geophysical prospecting.
(2nd ed.) Oxford : Pergamon Press.

TN269 G733 1981 c.3, c4

 
7

Hunt, Roy E. (1984). Geotechnical engineering investigation manual. New York : McGraw-Hill Book.

TA705 H86 (ON SEARCH)

 
8

Fell, R., MacGregor, P. and Stepledon, D. (1992). Geotechnical engineering of embankment dams. Rotterdam : A.A. Balkema.

TA760 F45 c.2

 
9

Lutgens, F. K. and Tarbuck, E. J. (2000). Essentials of geology. (9th ed.) Upper Saddle River, N.J. : Pearson Prentice Hall.

(Not Available.)  
10

Lutgens, F. K. and Tarbuck, E. J. (2006). Essentials of geology. (7th ed.) Upper Saddle River, N.J. : Pearson Prentice Hall.

(QE26.3 L87 2006)  
11

Hamblin, W.K. and Howard, J.D. (2001). Exercises in physical geology. (11th ed.) Upper Saddle River, N.J. : Pearson Prentice Hall.

(Not Available.)  
12

Parriaux, A. (2009). Geology : basics for engineers. Boca Raton, FL : CRC Press.

TA705 P3713 (LOST ON FLOOD.)

 
13

Smith, M. R. (eds.). (1993). Aggregates: sand, gravel and crushed rock aggregates for construction purposes (geological society engineering geology special publication no.9). (2nd ed.) London : A. A. of Petroleum Geologists.

(Not Available.)  
14

Turner, A. K., and Schuster, R. L. (1996). Landslides : Investigation and mitigation. Washington, D.C : National Academy Press.

(Not Available.)  

 

 

CE71.41 : Analytical Methods in Geotechnical Engineering
No. Text/References Available Free Online
1

Pisidhi, K. (1991). Foundations of solid mechanics. Dordrecht, Netherlands : Kluwer Academic Pub.

TA405 P54 (LOST ON FLOOD.)  
2

Chen, W. F. and Mizuno, E. (1990). Nonlinear analysis in soil mechanics : theory and implementation. Amsterdam : Elsevier.

TA710 D4 v.53

 
3

Yu, H. S. (2000). Cavity expansion methods in geomechanics. Dordrecht, Netherlands : Kluwer Academic Pub.

TA711 Y8 (LOST ON FLOOD.)

 
4

Davis, R. O. and Selvadurai, A. P. S. (1996). Elasticity and geomechanics. Cambridge, UK :
Cambridge University Press.

TA705 D3 (LOST ON FLOOD.)  
5

Budhu, M. (2000). Soil mechanics and foundations. New York : Wiley.

TA710 B76  

 

 

CE71.42 : Numerical Methods in Geotechnical Engineering
No. Text/References Available Free Online
1

Desai, C.S. (1979). Elementary finite element method. Eaglewood, CL : Prentice-Hall.

TA347 F5 D47 (LOST ON FLOOD.)

 
2

Owen, D. R. J. and Hinton, E. (1980). Finite elements in plasticity : theory and practice. Swansea, UK : Pineridge Press.

TA418 O94

 
3

Helwany, S. (2007). Applied soil mechanics with ABAQUS applications. Hoboken, NJ : John Wiley & Sons.

(Not Available.)

 
4

ABAQUS. (2009). Getting started with ABAQUS (ver. 6.5). Rising Sun Mills, RI : ABAQUS, Inc.

  Available Free Online.
5

Lewis, R. W. and Schrefler, B. A. (1984). The finite element method in the static and dynamic deformation and consolidation of porous media. (2nd ed.) Chichester, Eng. : John Wiley.

TA418.9 P6 L49 1998

 
6

Smith, I. M. and Griffiths, D. V. (1998). Programming the finite element method. (3rd ed.). Chichester, Eng. : John Wiley.

TA347 F5 S64 1998 (LOST ON FLOOD)  
7

Smith, I. M. and Griffiths, D. V. (1988). Programming the finite element method. (2nd ed.) Chichester, Eng. : John Wiley.

TA347 F5 S64 1988 c.2  
8

Zienkiewicz, O.C. (et. al.). (1999). Computational geomechanics with special reference to earthquake engineering. Chichester, Eng. : Wiley.

TA705 C625  

 

 

CE71.51 : Foundation Engineering and Design
No. Text/References Available Free Online
1

Abramson, L. W. (eds.). (1996). Slope stability and stabilization methods. New York : Wiley.

TA760 S56 (LOST ON FLOOD)

 
2

Duncan, J. M. and Wright, S. G. (2005). Soil strength and slope stability. New York : John Wiley and Sons.

 

Available Free Online.
3

Tomlinson, M. J. (1995). Foundation design and construction. London : Pitman Books.

TA775 T6 1995a (LOST ON FLOOD).

 
4

Das, B.M. (1999). Principle of foundation engineering. (4th ed). Boston, MA : PWS Pub.

(Not Available.)  
5

Day, R. W. (1999). Forensic geotechnical and foundation engineering. New York : McGraw-Hill.

(Not Available.)  
6

Day, R. W. (2011). Forensic geotechnical and foundation engineering. (2nd ed.). New York : McGraw-Hill.

KF8968.25 D39 2011

 
7

Clemence, S. P. (eds.). (1986). Use of in-situ tests in geotechnical engineering.  (ASCE Special Publication No. 6.). New York : American Society of Civil Engineers.

TA703.5 S64 1986 (LOST ON FLOOD.)

 
8

Ou, C.-Y. (2006). Deep excavation- theory and practice. New York : Traylor&Francis.

TA730 O92

 
9

Teng, W. C.-Y. (1976). Foundation design. (4th ed.) Englewood Cliffs, NJ. : Prentice Hall.

TA775 T42 (LOST ON FLOOD.)

 
10

Winterkorn, H. F. and Fang, H-Y. (1994). Foundation engineering handbook. New York : 
Van Nostrand Reinhold.

(Not Available.)  
11

Winterkorn, H. F. and Fang, H-Y. (1991). Foundation engineering handbook. (2nd ed.).
New York : Van Nostrand Reinhold.

TA775 F675 1991  
12

Kong, H. (1990). Review of design methods for excavations (GCO Publication). NP : Geotechnical Control Office.

 

Available Free Online.
13

Puller, M. (1996). Deep excavations : a practical manual. NP : Thomas Telford.

(Not Available.)  
14

NAVFAC. (1982). Foundations and earth structures: design manual 7.1 and 7.2. Virginia : Department of Navy, Naval Facilities Engineering Command.

(Not Available.)  

 

 

CE71.53 : Underground Excavation and Tunneling 
No. Text/References Available Free Online
1

Whittaker, B. N. and Frith, R. C. (1990). Tunnelling : design, stability and construction. London : Institution of Mining and Metallurgy.

TA805 W45

 
2

Hoek, E. and Brown, E. T. (1980). Underground excavations in rock. London : The Institution of Mining and Metallurgy.

TA740 H64 c.4

 
3

Bieniawski, Z. T. (1984). Rock mechanics design in mining and tunneling. Rotterdam : A.A. Balkema.

TA706 B56

 

 

 

CE71.55 : Geosynthetic Engineering and Design
No. Text/References Available Free Online
1

Koerner, R. M. (1999). Designing with geosynthetics. (4th ed.) Upper Saddle River, N.J. : Prentice Hall.

TA455 G44 K64 1999  
2

Holtz, R. D., Christopher, B. R. and Berg, R. R. (1997). Geosynthetic engineering. Richmond, Canada : BiTech Pub.

TA455 G44 H65

 
3

Jones, C. J. F. P. (1985). Earth reinforcement and soil structures. (2nd ed.). New York : ASCE Press.

(Not Available.)

 
4

Jones, C. J. F. P. (1985). Earth reinforcement and soil structures. London : Butterworths.

TA710 J64  

 

 

CE71.56 : Ground Improvement Techniques
No. Text/References Available Free Online
1

Bergado, D. T. (et. al.). (1996). Soft ground improvement : in lowland and other environments. New York : American Society of Civil Engineers.

TA749 S65 (LOST ON FLOOD.)

 
2

Koerner, R. M. (1999). Designing with geosynthetics. (4th ed.) Upper Saddle River, N.J. : Prentice Hall.

TA455 G44 K64 1999

 
3

Holtz, R. D., Christopher, B. R. & Berg, R. R. (1997). Geosynthetic engineering. Richmond, Canada : BiTech Pub.

TA455 G44 H65

 
4

Jones, C.J.F.P. (1996). Earth reinforcement and soil structures. New York : ASCE Press.

(Not Available.)  
5

Jones, C.J.F.P. (1985). Earth reinforcement and soil structures. London : Butterworths.

TA710 J64  
6

Xanthakos, P. P., Abramson, L. W. and Bruce, D. A. (1994). Ground control and improvement. New York : Wiley.

TN288 X36 c.2

 
7

Bo, W. M. and Choa, V. (2004). Reclamation and ground improvement. Singapore : Thomson Pub.

(Not Available.)

 
8

Bo, M. W. (et. al.). (2003). Soil improvement : prefabricated vertical drain techniques. Singapore : Thomson Pub.

TA710 S656

 
9

Schaefer, V. R. (1997). Ground improvement, ground reinforcement and ground treatment : developments. Reston, VA : ASCE.

(Not Available.)

 
10

Mitchell, J. K. & Villet, W. B. (1987). Reinforcement of earth slopes and embankments. Washington : s. n.

TE7 N25 no. 290  
11

Rollins, K. M. (eds.). (et. al.). (1994). In-Situ deep oil improvement. New York : ASCE.

(Not Available.)  
12

Hausmann, M. R. (1990). Engineering principles of ground modification. New York : McGraw-Hill.

TA710 H34

 

 

 

CE71.57 : Risk and Reliability Analysis of Geotechnical Infrastructures
No. Text/References Available Free Online
1

Baecher, G. B. & Christian, J. T. (2003). Reliability and statistics in geotechnical engineering. Chichester, West Sussex, Eng. : J. Wiley.

TA705 B25 (LOST ON FLOOD.)

 
2

Kottegoda, N. T. (1997). Probability, statistics, and reliability for civil and environmental engineers. New York : McGraw-Hill.

(Not Available.)

 
3

Rethati, L. (1988). Probabilistic solutions in geotechnics. Amsterdam : Elsevier.

TA710 D4 v. 46 (LOST ON FLOOD.)

 
4

Harr, M. E. (1987). Reliability-based design in civil engineering. New York : McGraw-Hill.

TA169 H37

 
5

Ang, A. H.-S. & Tang, W. H. (1975). Probability concepts in engineering planning and design. New York : Wiley.

TA340 A5  v. 1, v.2

 
6

Sherard, J. L. (et. al.). (1963). Earth and earth-rock dams : engineering problems of design and construction. New York : Wiley.

TA715 S5 (LOST ON FLOOD)  

 

 

CE71.61 : Soil Dynamics and Earthquake Engineering
No. Text/References Available Free Online
1

Das, B. M. (1993). Principles of soil dynamics. Boston : PWS-KENT Pub.

TA710.5 D27 (MISSING)

 
2

Kramer, S. L. (1996). Geotechnical earthquake engineering. Upper Saddle River, N.J. : Prentice Hall.

TA654.6 K72 c.2

 
3

Prakash, S. (1981). Soil dynamics. New York : McGraw-Hill.

TA710 P693

 
4

Paz, M. (1985). Structural dynamics : theory and computation. (2nd ed.) New York : s. n.

TA654 P39 1985 (LOST ON FLOOD)  

 

 

CE71.63 : Workflow in Oil and Gas Operations
No. Text/References Available Free Online
1

Bradley, H. B. (eds.). (1992). Petroleum engineering handbook. (3rd ed.) Richardson, TX : Society of Petroleum Engineers.

(Not Available.)

 
2

Jahn, F., Cook, M. and Graham, M. (2008). Hydrocarbon exploration and production. (2nd ed.) Amsterdam : Elsevier Science.

TN271 P4 J34 2008eb

.
3

Dawe, R. A. (2000). Modern petroleum technology. (v. 1. Upstream). (6th ed.), Chichester, Eng. : Wiley.

TN864 M64 2000  v. 1

 
4

Gray, F. (1995). Petroleum production in nontechnical language. (2nd ed.) Tulsa, Okla: PennWell Pub.

TN870 G732 1995 (LOST ON FLOOD)  
5

Link, P. K. (1987). Basic petroleum geology. (2nd ed.) Tulsa, Okla. : OGCI Pub.

TN870.5 L49 1987 (LOST ON FLOOD.)

 
6

Lucas, A. G. (2000). Modern petroleum technology. (v. 2. Downstream). (6th ed.), Chichester, Eng. : Wiley.

TN864 M64 2000  v. 2  
7

Tiab, D. and Donaldson, E. C. (2004). Petrophysics : theory and practice of measuring reservoir rock and fluid transport properties. (2nd ed.) Boston, MA : Gulf Professional Pub.

TN870.56 T53 2004 (LOST ON FLOOD.)  
8

Tiab, D. and Donaldson, E. C. (2016). Petrophysics : theory and practice of measuring reservoir rock and fluid transport properties. (4th ed.) Amsterdam : Elsevier.

TN870.56 T53 2016

 

 

 

CE71.65 : Exploration Geophysics
No. Text/References Available Free Online
1

Burger, H. R., Jones, C. H. and Sheehan, A. F. (2004). Introduction to Applied Geophysics : exploring the shallow subsurface. New York : W. W. Norton & Company.

(Not Available.)

 
2

Arnaud, G., J. C. d’. (1989). Foundation of exploration geophysics. Amsterdam : Elsevier.

TN269 A75

 
3

Burger, D. C. (1992). Exploration geophysics of the shallow subsurface. Englewood Cliffs, N.J. : Prentice Hall.

TN269 B86

 
4

Ellis, D. V. and Singer, J. M. (1987). Well logging for earth scientists. New York : Elsevier.

(Not Available.)  
5

Eskola, L. (1992). Geophysical interpretation using integral equations. London : s. n.

QA431 E83

 
6

Heiland, C. A. (1963). Geophysical exploration. New York : Hafner Pub.

TN269 H37 1963

 
7

Jahh, Frank, Cook, M. & Graham, M. (2003). Hydrocarbon exploration and production. Amsterdam : Elsevier

TN271 P4 J34 1998a c.3

 
8

Liner, C. (2004). Elements of 3D seismology. (2nd ed.) Tulsa, Okla. : PennWell.

TN269.84 L56 2004.

 
9

Telford, W. M. (et. al.). (1976). Applied geophysics. London : Cambridge University Press.

TN269 A663

 
10

Young, R. A. (2006). A lab manual of seismic reflection processing. Houten, Netherlands : EAGE Pub.

TN269.84 Y68  

 

 

CE71.66 : Petroleum Reservoir Engineering
No. Text/References Available Free Online
1

Dake, L. P. (1978). Fundamentals of reservoir engineering. Amsterdam : Elsevier Scientific Pub.

TN871 D34

 
2

Craft, B. C. (1991). Applied petroleum reservoir engineering. Upper Saddle River, NJ : Prentice Hall.

(Not Available.)

 

 

 

CE71.68 : Well Logging Interpretation
No. Text/References Available Free Online
1

Darling, T.  (2005). Well logging and formation evaluation. Amsterdam : Elsevier.

TN871.35 D35

 
2

Schlumberger. (1996). Log interpretation : principle and applications. (4th ed.) Houston. TX : Schlumberge Wireline & Testing, Houston.

(Not Available.)

 
3

Schlumberger. (1972). Log interpretation. New York : Schlumberger.

TN871.35 S35  v. 1, v.2

 
4

Ellis, D. V. (1987). Well logging for earth scientists. New York : Elsevier.

(Not Available.)  
5

Merkel, R. H. (1986). Well log formation evaluation. S. l. : AAPG.

TN871.35 M47

 
6

Pirson, S. J. (1983). Geologic well log analysis. (3rd ed.) Houston, Tex. : Gulf Pub.

TN871.35 P48 1983

 
7

Schlumberger. (1997). Log Interpretation Charts. Houston, TX : Schlumberge Wireline& Testing, Houston.

(Not Available.)  
8

Schlumberger. (1972). Log interpretation. New York : Schlumberger.

TN871.35 S35  v. 1, v.2

 

 

 

CE71.69 : Fundamentals of Geosystem Exploration
No. Text/References Available Free Online
1

Jahh, F., Cook, M. and Graham, M. (2003). Hydrocarbon exploration and production. Amsterdam : Elsevier.

TN271 P4 J34 1998a c.3

 
2

Lutgens, F. K. and Tarbuck, E. J. (2006). Essentials of geology. (7th ed.) Upper Saddle River, N.J. : Pearson Prentice Hall.

(Not Available.)

 
3

Lutgens, F. K. and Tarbuck, E. J. (2006). Essentials of geology. (9th ed.). Upper Saddle River, N.J. : Pearson Prentice Hall.

QE26.3 L87 2006

 
4

Beardsmore, G. R. and Pull, J. P. (2001). Crustal heat flow : a guide to measurement and modelling. Cambridge, UK : Cambridge University Press.

QE509.8 B43 (LOST ON FLOOD.)

 
5

Bethke, C. M., Lee, M.-K. and Park, J. (2002). Basin modeling with basin2 : release 5.0. IL : University of Illinois.

(Not Available.)  
6

Burger, H. R. (1992). Exploration geophysics of the shallow subsurface. Englewood, CA, N.J. : Prentice Hall.

TN269 B86

 
7

Deming, D. (2002). Introduction to hydrogeology. New York : McGraw-Hill.

(Not Available.)

 
8

Dobrin, M. B. (1983). Introduction to geophysical prospecting. (3rd ed.) New York : McGraw-Hill.

(Not Available.)

 
9

Dobrin, M. B. (1960). Introduction to geophysical prospecting. (2nd ed.) New York : McGraw-Hill.

TN269 D6 1960  
10

Ernst, W. G. (2000). Earth systems : processes and issues. Cambridge, UK : Cambridge University Press.

QE28 E137 (LOST ON FLOOD.)

 
11

Link, P. K. (1987). Basic petroleum geology. (2nd ed.) Tulsa, Okla. : OGCI Pub.

TN870.5 L49 1987 (LOST ON FLOOD.)

 
12

Kauerauf, A. I. & Hantschel, T. (2009). Fundamentals of basin and petroleum systems modeling. New York, Springer.

  Available Free Online
13

Megill, R. E. (1979). An introduction to exploration economics. (2nd ed.) Tulsa, Okla. : Petroleum Pub.

TN271 P4 M44 1979 (LOST ON FLOOD.)  
14

Reedman, J. H. (1979). Techniques in mineral exploration. London : Applied Science Pub.

TN270 R435 (LOST ON FLOOD.)  
15

Siddayao, C. M. (1978). The off-shore petroleum resources of South-East Asia : potential conflict situations and related economic considerations. Oxford : Oxford University Press.

TN876 A1 S54  

 

 

CE71.70 : Petrophysics
No. Text/References Available Free Online
1

Tiab, D. and Donaldson, E. C. (2004). Petrophysics : theory and practice of measuring reservoir rock and fluid transport properties. (2nd ed.) Boston, MA : Gulf Professional Pub.

TN870.56 T53 2004 (LOST ON FLOOD.)

 
2

Tiab, D. and Donaldson, E. C. (2016). Petrophysics : theory and practice of measuring reservoir rock and fluid transport properties. (4th ed.) Amsterdam : Elsevier.

TN870.56 T53 2016)

 
3

Beardsmore, G. R. and Cull, J. P. (2001). Crustal heat flow : a guide to measurement and modelling. Cambridge, UK : Cambridge University Press.

QE509.8 B43 (LOST ON FLOOD.)

 
4

Bulter, R. F. (2004). Paleomagnetism: magnetic domains to geologic terranes. (Electronic ed.). Available at :

https://websites.pmc.ucsc.edu/~njarboe/pmagresource/

ButlerPaleomagnetismBook.pdf

  Available Free Online.
5

Carmichael, R. S. (1991). CRC practical handbook of physical properties of rocks and minerals. Boca Raton, Flo. : CRC Press.

QE431.6 P5 C73 (LOST ON FLOOD.)

 
6

Parkhomenko, E. I. (1967). Electrical properties of rocks. New York : Plenum Press.

QE431.6 E4 P313

 
7

Pirson, S. J. (1963). Handbook of well log analysis; for oil and gas formation evaluation. Englewood, CA : Prentice-Hall.

TN871.35 P5 (LOST ON FLOOD.)

 
8

Schön, J. H. Helbig, K. and Treitel, S. (eds.). (1996). Physical properties of rocks : fundamentals and principles of petrophysics. Amsterdam : Elsevier.

QE431.6 P5 S36 1996d (LOST ONB FLOOD.)

 
9

Serra, O. and Serra, L. (2004). Well logging : data acquisition and applications. Mery Corbon, France : Serralog.

(TN871.35 S466)

 

 

 

CE71.71 : Drilling & Well Completion Operation
No. Text/References Available Free Online
1

Fjaer, E. (et. al.). (1992). Petroleum related rock mechanics. Amsterdam : Elsevier.

TN870.5 P4787

 
2

Rabia, H. (1986). Oilwell drilling engineering : principles and practice. The Netherlands : Kluwer Law International.

(Not Available.)

 
3

Devereux, S. (1998). Practical well planning and drilling manual. Tulsa, Okla. : PennWell.

TN871.2 D48

 
4

Economides, M. J., Watters, L. T. and Dunn-Norman, S. (eds.). (2000). Petroleum well construction. Chichester, Eng. : John Wiley and Sons.

(Not Available.)

 
5

Economides, M. J., Watters, L. T. and Dunn-Norman, S. (eds.). (1998). Petroleum well construction. Chichester, Eng. : Wiley.

TN871.2 P487

 
6

Ott, W. K. and Woods, J. D. (2001). Modern sandface completion practices handbook. Houston, TX : World Oil.

(Not Available.)  

 

 

CE71.72 : Petroleum Production Engineering
No. Text/References Available Free Online
1

Guo, B., Lyons, W. C. and Ghalabor, A. (2007). Petroleum production engineering : a computer-assisted approach. Houston, TX : Gulf Professional Pub.

TN871 G785  
2

Beggs, H. D. (1991). Production optimization using nodal analysis. Tulsa, OK : Oil and Gas Consultants International Inc.

(Not Available.)

 
3

Golan, M. and Whitson, C. (1991). Well performance. (2nd ed.) Upper Saddle River, N.J. : Prentice Hall.  

(Not Available.)

 
4

Economides, M. J., Watters, L. T. and Dunn-Norman, S. (eds.). (1994). Petroleum well construction. Upper Saddle River, N.J. : Prentice Hall.

(Not Available.)  
5

Economides, M. J., Watters, L. T. and Dunn-Norman, S. (eds.). (1998). Petroleum well construction. Chichester, Eng. : Wiley.

TN871.2 P487  

 

 

CE71.9001 : Selected Topic: Decision Analysis and Risk Management for O&G Industry
No. Text/References Available Free Online
1

Mian, M. A. (2002). Project economics and decision analysis. (Vol. 2) Tulsa, Okla. : PennWell Corp.

HD9560.5 M525  v. 2

 
2

Newendorp, P. D. and Schuyler, J. (2000). Decision analysis for petroleum exploration. (2nd ed.) Aurora, CO : Planning Press.

TN271 P4 N48 2000

 
3

Wilkinson, J. (2001). Introduction to oil & gas joint ventures. Herefordshire, Eng. : Oilfield Pub.

HD9560.5 I58  v. 1

 
4

Inkpen, A. (1995). The management of international joint ventures : an organizational learning perspective. London : Routledge.

H62.47 I53 (LOST To Flood)

 
5

Conaway, C. F. (1999). The petroleum industry : a nontechnical guide. Tulsa, Okla. : PennWell.

TN870 C58

 
6

Lerche, I. and MacKay J. (1999). Economic risk in hydrocarbon exploration. San Diego : Academic Press.

(Not Available.)  
7

Mun, J. (2002). Real options analysis: tools and techniques for valuing strategic investments and decisions. Hoboken, NJ : John Wiley & Sons.

  Available Free Online.
8

Dixit, A. K. and Pyndyck, R. S. (1994). Investment under uncertainty. Princeton, NJ : Princeton University Press.

(Not Available.)  

 

 

CE71.9004 : Selected Topic: Petroleum Geochemistry
No. Text/References Available Free Online
1

Hunt, J. M. (1996). Petroleum geochemistry and geology. (2nd ed.) New York : W.H. Freeman.

(Not Available.)

 
2

Hunt, J. M. (1979). Petroleum geochemistry and geology. New York : W.H. Freeman.

TN870.5 H86

 
3

Peters, K. E., Walters, C. C. and Moldowan, J. M. (2005). The biomarker guide : volume 1, biomarkers and isotopes in the environment and human history. (2nd ed.). Cambridge, MA : Cambridge University Press.

TN271 P4 P463 2005  v.1

 

 

 

CE71.9005 : Selected Topic: Practical Soil Engineering
No. Text/References Available Free Online
1

Das, B. M. (1994). Principles of geotechnical engineering. (3rd ed.) Boston, MA : PWS Pub.

(Not Available.)  
2

Das, B. M. (2002). Principles of geotechnical engineering. (5th ed.) Pacific Grove, CA :
Brooks/Cole.

TA710 D264 2002

 
3

Verruit, A. (2001). Soil Mechanics. Delft University of Technology

 

Available Free Online.
4

Carter, M and Bentley, S. P. (1991). correlations of soil properties. London : Pentech Press.

(Not Available.)  

 

 

CE71.9007 : Selected Topic: Instrumentation and Advanced Soil Testing

No. Text/References Available Free Online
1

Dunnicliff, J. (1982). Geotechnical instrumentation for monitoring field performance. Washington : Transportation Research Board, National Research Council.

TE7 N251 no. 89

 
2

Dunnicliff, J. and Green, G. E. (1988). Geotechnical instrumentation for monitoring field performance. New York : John Wiley.

TA705 D86 1988


 

 

 

CE71.9012 : Selected Topic: Geotechnical Investigation and Exploration

No. Text/References Available Free Online
1

Burger, H. R., Sheehan, A. F. and Jones, C. H. (2006). Introduction to applied geophysics : exploring the shallow subsurface. New York : W. W. Norton.

TN269 B86 2006  
2

Hunt, R. E. (1984). Geotechnical engineering investigation manual. New York : McGraw-Hill Book.

TA705 H86 (ON SEARCH)

 
3

Griffiths, D. H. and King, R. F. (1981). Applied geophysics for geologists and engineers : the elements of geophysical prospecting. (2nd ed.) Oxford : Pergamon Press.

TN269 G733 1981 c.3,  c.4

 

 

 

CE71.9013 : Selected Topic: Risk Management for Infrastructure Development and Planning

No. Text/References Available Free Online
1

Honjo, Y., Suzuki, M. Hara, T. and Zhang, F. (2009) Geotechnical risk and safety : proceedings of the 2nd international symposium on geotechnical safety and risk, Gifu, Japan. Boca Raton, FL : CRC Press.

(TD171.9 I578 2009)