The Beach: A Pile of Sand
Beaches are common features along most of the earth's coastlines. The presence of a beach requires at that site the processes of sediment accretion have dominated over the processes of...

Deep Foundations In the Future (Available in Geo-Environmental Special Issue only)
The design and construction of deep foundations has gone from an art form to a scientifically based engineering practice. Research in this field has improved over the past century and...

Sum of the Parts
As with all of the bay bridges that serve as life lines to the San Francisco peninsula, the 32-year-old San Mateo Bridge needs strengthening to withstand a maximum credible earthquake...

On the New Waterfront
The Hoboken South Waterfront along the Hudson River is being relandscaped to create parks and streets on new and existing deck structures in a joint project of the city of Hoboken, New...

Local Scour Near Multiple Pile Piers in Steady Currents

Local Scour Near Single Piles in Steady Currents

Effects of Exposed Pile Foundations on Local Pier Scour

Scour around Exposed Pile Foundations

Top Width of Pier Scour Holes

Determining Local Pier Scour Depths

Scour around Exposed Pile Foundations

Scour at Complex Pier Geometries

Local Scour Near Single Piles in Steady Currents

The Effect of Flow Skew Angle on Sediment Scour Near Pile Groups

Dispersive Wave Methods for Unknown Pile Lengths

Local Scour Under Tidal Flow Conditions

Sacrificial Piles and Iowa Vanes as Pier Scour Countermeasures

Innovation of Precast Pretensioned High-Strength Spun Concrete Pile—Lessons from 1995 Hyogo-Ken Nanbu Earthquake

Lateral Loading Response of Piles in Calcareous Sediments

Validity of the Reese Model for Pile Foundations Using Variational Principles

 

 

 

 

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