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Sack (Concrete engineering) A quantity of cement: 94 Ibs. in the United States, 87.5 Ibs. in Canada, for portland or air entraining portland cement, or as indicated on the sack for other kinds of cement.
Sacking (Concrete engineering) Removing or alleviating defects on a concrete surface by applying a mixture of sand and cement to the moistened surface and rubbing with a coarse material such as burlap.
Saltwater intrusion (Environmental engineering) The gradual replacement of freshwater by saltwater in coastal areas where excessive pumping of groundwater occurs.
Sand (ASTM C125) (Concrete engineering) That portion of an aggregate passing the No. 4 (4.76 mm) sieve and predominantly retained on the No. 200 (74 micron) sieve.
Saponification (Concrete engineering) The deposit of a gray scum or gray dust on the inside surface of a subgrade wall or floor; as the result of moisture moving through the concrete and washing certain chemicals from the concrete mass.
Scheduling - (Software engineering) the activity that lays out a timeline for work to be conducted on a project
Scope - (Software engineering) a bounded statement of what must be accomplished
Screen (or Sieve) (Concrete engineering) A metallic sheet or plate, woven wire cloth, or similar device, with regularly spaced openings of uniform size, mounted in a suitable frame or holder for use in separating material according to size.
Secondary standards (Environmental engineering) Recommended drinking water quality standards which relate to aesthetics and/or health. These standards are recommended, not required. See primary standards.
Secondary treatment (Environmental engineering) In wastewater treatment, the conversion of the suspended, colloidal and dissolved organics remaining after primary treatment into a microbial mass with is then removed in a second sedimentation process. Secondary treatment included both the biological process and the associated sedimentation process.
Secured landfill (Environmental engineering) A landfill which has containment measures such as liners and a leachate collection system so that materials placed in the landfill will not migrate into the surrounding soil, air and water.
Security - (Software engineering) the ability of software to operate in a manner that is secure from internal or external attack
Security testing - (Software engineering) testing tasks that probe the vulnerability of both client-side and server-side software
Selective testing - (Software engineering) testing only a selected set of program paths and data inputs
Shock load (Environmental engineering) Influent wastewater entering the plant which has an unusually high organic content and/or high flow rate.
Side effects - (Software engineering) errors that occur because of changes
Site remediation (Environmental engineering) The process of cleaning up a hazardous waste disposal site that has either been abandoned or that those responsible either refuse to cleanup or are financially unable to cleanup.
Siting (Environmental engineering) Obtaining government (federal, state, and local) permission to construct an environmental processing, treatment, or disposal facility at a given site.
Six sigma - (Software engineering) a widely used strategy for statistical quality assurance
Slip Form (Concrete engineering) A form which is raised or pulled as concrete is placed; may move vertically to form wails, stacks, bins or silos, usually of uniform cross section from bottom to top; or a generally horizontal direction to lay concrete evenly for highways, on slopes and inverts of canals, tunnels, and siphons.

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