Lehigh University. Department of Civil Engineering
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
Identifier: SC MS 0121
Abstract A historical description of Lehigh University’s campus and its relationship to Bethlehem through surveying notes made by the civil engineering students from Sophomore Classes in the 1880s as recorded in this field notebook. The Surveying classes were under the instruction of Professor Charles L. Doolittle, father of poetess Hilda Doolittle. Some of the student notations were made by H. H. McClintic and C. D. Marshall, who would later form the company that built the Panama Canal gates.
Identifier: SC MS 0143
Abstract “Project 237” was created by the Lehigh University Department of Civil Engineering for the purpose of recording Fritz Engineering Laboratory research history. During the decades, especially from the earliest days of the first decade (1910) of operation to the mid 1980s, Fritz Engineering Laboratory was a center of important civil engineering research doing research that would be included in the nation’s building specifications such as AASHTO, ACI, ASTM, AWS. The Lab was known worldwide for some...
Identifier: SC Photo 0013
Papers of Prof. Albert William De Neufville, Lehigh University, Departments of Civil and Mechanical Engineering.
Identifier: SC MS 0024
Abstract Prof. Albert William De Neufville Papers contain documents related to the projects and reports for government agencies and industry; presentations at professional meetings, his dissertation and other writings pertaining mathematical problems and analyses in fluid mechanics, tensor analysis, vectors, versors and airfoils. There are also documents related to his teaching, such as class notes, problems and quizzes for basic and advanced courses in mechanics, hydrodynamics and aerodynamics at...