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Environmental
Environmental

Environmental engineering is the study of physical, chemical and biological processes in soil, water and air; the impact of human activities on those environments; and the design of engineered systems for the protection, management and remediation of environmental impacts.

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Geotechnical
Geotechnical

Geotechnical Engineering involves the application of soil and rock mechanics as well as engineering geology to solve engineering problems.

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Hydrotechnical
Hydrotechnical

Hydrotechnical engineering focuses on the study of liquids and designing applications to store, control, and transport water throughout the world. Examples of Hydrotechnical engineering in the real world include the design and implementation of dams, basins, levees, water distribution networks and sewer systems.

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Structural
Structural

Structural Engineering involves the application of solid mechanics, mechanics of materials, and structural analysis to analyze, design and rehabilitate structures, such as buildings and bridges, to resist the forces applied to them (e.g. gravity, wind, earthquakes).

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