Surviving Natural Forces from Taiwanese Civil Engineers Perspective
A natural disaster is an unexpected or uncontrollable natural event that usually results in widespread destruction of property or loss of life. Taiwan is located in a geographically unique...

In-Situ Bio-Restoration of Two Urban Waters in Taiwan

Statnamic Tests for Six Long Rock Socketed Shafts

Good Vibrations
As advances in material technology and structural efficiency find reflection in structures that are lighter, more slender, and more daring architecturally, design teams must focus more...

Chi-Chi, Taiwan, Earthquake of September 21, 1999
Lifeline Performance
Prepared by the Technical Council on Lifeline Earthquake Engineering of ASCE. On September 21, 1999, central Taiwan was struck by a devastating earthquake...

Soft Ground Tunneling for Taipei Rapid Transit Systems

Learning from Disaster
After each earthquake, civil engineers learn more about what can be done to minimize the damage to infrastructure from seismic events. The recent large earthquakes that struck Izmit, Turkey,...

Construction of the Taipei Transit Systems

Opportunities in Asia
An Assessment of Construction Trends, Needs, and Potential Collaborations
Prepared by Civil Engineering Research Foundation. This book presents findings of a 1996 technology assessment mission to East Asia that examined the...

Study of Pollutant Dispersion of Coastal Dredging and Reclaiming

A Case Study on the Storm Surge Northeast of Taiwan

Subway Construction Experience in Taipei and Bangkok

Model Development for Conjunctive Use Planning in Taiwan

Advancement of Rainwater Uses in Taiwan

Short-Term Wave Statistics of Southern Taiwan

Wave Climate on the Coastal Area of Taiwan Strait

An Innovative Best Management Practice System for a Recreational Farm in Taiwan

The Bi-Tan Pedestrian Suspension Bridge

Rule Induction from Cases of Retaining Wall Selection

The Influence of Record Length on Flow Duration Curve

 

 

 

 

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