Renaissance engineers / [A course coordinated by Alicia Cámara Muñoz and Bernardo Revuelta Pol; Texts: Daniel Crespo Delgado, Fernando Cobos-Guerra, Juan Luis García Hourcade, Nicolás García Tapia, Pedro Cárdaba Olmos, José María Izaga Reiner, Jorge Miguel Soler Valencia, José Ignacio de la Torre Echávarri, Alicia Cámara Muñoz]

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Editor: [Madrid] : Fundación Juanelo Turriano, 2016
Descripción Física: 161 p. : il. : 22 cm
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This book reproduces the lectures delivered during a
course held at the National Distance University’s associated
facility in Segovia and co-sponsored by the university
and Fundación Juanelo Turriano. Renaissance engineers
is the second volume of a collection launched in 2012
with Roman engineering as a platform for the publication
of the lessons authored by reputed specialists on the occasion
of these courses.
The book analyses the decisive contribution made by
Renais sance engineers to land use planning and modern
knowledge. It reviews the oeuvre of renowned engineers
associated with the Spanish monarchy during that pivotal
period and describes how they acquired the high esteem
in which they were held by the governing class: building
fortifications, channelling rivers, inventing devices and
machines, writing treatises and describing the cities and
territories visited in their travels.

Tabla de Contenidos

1. Juanelo Turriano : genius and fame / Daniel Crespo Delgado
2. Pedro Luis Escrivá and the first treatise on modern fortification
3. From Tartaglia to Lechuga. The artillery engineer / Juan Luis García Hourcade
4. Jerónimo de Ayanz on his fourth centenary / Nicolás García Tapia and Pedro Cárdaba Olmos
5. The Royal Segovia Mint. Hydraulics and devices / José María Izaga Reiner, Jorge Miguel Soler Valencia
6. Juan Bautista Antonelli: military engineer and army accommodator / José Ignacio de la Torre Echávarri
7. Cristóbal de Rojas. From masonry to engineering / Alicia Cámara Muñoz
Books published by Fundación Juanelo Turriano.

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Lectures given during the course:
«Renaissance Engineers», held in Segovia from 15th to 17th November 2013
and organised jointly by UNED and Fundación Juanelo Turriano.
A course coordinated by Alicia Cámara Muñoz and Bernardo Revuelta Pol

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This book reproduces the lectures delivered during a
course held at the National Distance University’s associated
facility in Segovia and co-sponsored by the university
and Fundación Juanelo Turriano. Renaissance engineers
is the second volume of a collection launched in 2012
with Roman engineering as a platform for the publication
of the lessons authored by reputed specialists on the occasion
of these courses.
The book analyses the decisive contribution made by
Renais sance engineers to land use planning and modern
knowledge. It reviews the oeuvre of renowned engineers
associated with the Spanish monarchy during that pivotal
period and describes how they acquired the high esteem
in which they were held by the governing class: building
fortifications, channelling rivers, inventing devices and
machines, writing treatises and describing the cities and
territories visited in their travels.

Tabla de Contenidos

1. Juanelo Turriano : genius and fame / Daniel Crespo Delgado
2. Pedro Luis Escrivá and the first treatise on modern fortification
3. From Tartaglia to Lechuga. The artillery engineer / Juan Luis García Hourcade
4. Jerónimo de Ayanz on his fourth centenary / Nicolás García Tapia and Pedro Cárdaba Olmos
5. The Royal Segovia Mint. Hydraulics and devices / José María Izaga Reiner, Jorge Miguel Soler Valencia
6. Juan Bautista Antonelli: military engineer and army accommodator / José Ignacio de la Torre Echávarri
7. Cristóbal de Rojas. From masonry to engineering / Alicia Cámara Muñoz
Books published by Fundación Juanelo Turriano.

Notas

Lectures given during the course:
«Renaissance Engineers», held in Segovia from 15th to 17th November 2013
and organised jointly by UNED and Fundación Juanelo Turriano.
A course coordinated by Alicia Cámara Muñoz and Bernardo Revuelta Pol

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