French Developments in Reservoir Structures

Evaluation of In-Situ Resilient Modulus Testing Techniques

Evaluation of Geogrid-Reinforced Granular Base

Durability of Recycled and Stabilized Pavement Materials

Unbound Granular Material Characterization from Stress Path Loading Tests

Design and Performance of Deep Piled Circular Cofferdam

Pavement Damage Due to Liquefaction

Constructibility of Polymer-Modified Asphalt Aggregate Mixtures in Alaska

Polymer-Modified Asphalts in Cold Regions: User Survey

Fighting Frost Problems in New York State Pavements

Field Trial of Tire Shreds as Insulation for Paved Roads

Rehabilitation of Route 15 in Big Squaw, Maine

The Laval University Road Experimental Site (SERUL): A Unique Research Facility for Low Volume Roads in Frost Conditions

Reducing Damage to Low Volume Asphalt-Surfaced Roads, and Improving Local Economies: Update on Variable Tire Pressure Project

Large Aircraft Operations at Small Airports: When Can Heavier-than-Design Aircraft Use Thin Frozen Pavements?

Roughness Wavelengths Induced by Frost Heave

The Train to the Plane
Getting to New York's John F. Kennedy Airport is an urban nightmare. The Port Authority (PA) of New York and New Jersey, which operates the airport, has wrestled with proposals...

Landing the Big One
The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has investigated the potential impacts on airport design of the new large aircraft, which will weigh more than 1 million lbs (453,600 kg) and...

Enduring Elegance (Available in Structural Engineering Special Issue only)
Every architect who designs for earthquake-prone areas wants to create an elegant aesthetic form despite the limitations of seismic considerations. The San Francisco International Airport's...

Conquering the Cold
Three projects—a water treatment plant, an airport, and a hydroelectric plant—illustrate how practicing engineering in Alaska differs from working in the contiguous 48 states. Permafrost,...

 

 

 

 

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