Gel�ndemodellierung F�r Landschaftsarchitekten und Architekten

ISBN-10: 3038215082
ISBN-13: 9783038215080
Edition: 2nd 2014
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Description: Grading basics Grading is one the most important aspects involved in landscape architecture, and, together with planting and vegetation, the most important tool in designing landscape. Landscape architects must be able to design using contour lines,  More...

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Book details

List price: $28.00
Edition: 2nd
Copyright year: 2014
Publisher: Birkhauser Verlag GmbH
Publication date: 5/13/2014
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 286
Size: 6.50" wide x 9.50" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 1.980
Language: English

Grading basics Grading is one the most important aspects involved in landscape architecture, and, together with planting and vegetation, the most important tool in designing landscape. Landscape architects must be able to design using contour lines, as well as rapidly develop alternatives and consider options regarding design, ecology, economy, and technology. Knowledge of grading is an indispensable prerequisite.The book explains the basic aspects of grading such as land forms, scales, interpolation, elevation points, contour lines, earth mass calculation, and also introduces the topics of slope protection systems, rainwater management, or onsite grading.In the second edition, these basics have been updated to comprise new technologies including landscapingSMART, digital terrain modeling (DTM) and 3D machine control, as well as grading for roads and parking lots, and other terrain modeling construction machines. Numerous practical examples complement the theoretical foundations, and there is a section for exercises aimed at applying what has been learned.

RA1/4diger Mach The author studied hydraulic engineering and has been engaged in CAD construction, 3D animation and image editing in a technical / scientific environment for over 15 years. He writes books about 3D visualization, and works as an engineer and lecturer in the field of technical and scientific visualization. As a senior project manager of the ViewTec Ltd., he is responsible for 3D visualization, the scientific depiction of results and everything to do with design and communication of visual problem solving.Peter Petschek After his studies in Germany and the USA from 1987 a" 1996, the author progressed to occupational activity as a landscape architect in several offices (EDSA a" Fort Lauderdale, Knoll a" Sindelfingen, Kienast a" ZA1/4rich) with the emphasis placed on IT implementation in free area design. In 1991 he was called as professor for technology in landscape architecture, department of landscape architecture, to HSR Hochschule fA1/4r Technik Rapperswil, Switzerland.

Peter Walker is a New Zealander who has lived in London since 1986. He worked for seven years on the Independent and three on the Independent on Sunday where he was Foreign Editor. He has also written for the Financial Times and Granta. His first book, The Fox Boy, was published by Bloomsbury in 2001 and was widely praised.

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