Book Review: Aligning the Stars: How to Succeed When Professionals Drive Results by Jay W. Lorsch and Thomas J. Tierney. Boston: Harvard Business School Press, 2002

Livability-Based MOEs for LRT Alignment Selection

Electromagnetic Conductivity Survey of Pipeline Alignments for Soil Corrosivity Assessment and Corrosion Control Design for Large Diameter Water Pipelines

City of San Diego Mid-City Pipeline Project Integrating a Public Outreach Program into the Planning and Alignment Selection Process

PRT System Capacity

Balancing Environment and Reliability: East Mission Gorge Trunk Sewer Rehabilitation Project Cast Study

A Case Study in Urban Microtunneling the New St. James Avenue Interceptor Project Boston, Massachusetts

Incorporating Microtunnels into the Design of Pipeline Networks

Alignment of Costs and Beneficiaries During Relicensing

The Light Rail Transit Safety Experience

Concept Ecology Integrated Project Engineering and Environment; Relating a Project to the Surroundings
The selected alignment of the 27.3 km long Veterans Expressway in Tampa, Florida was constructed for better access to the downtown area from a relatively rural but fast growing area of...

Mitigation of Flood Hazard on Alluvial Fans
A number of investigators have suggested that the limits of the traditional, stochastic, one-dimensional model of alluvial fan flooding have been reached and that there are one- and two-dimensional...

Effects of Approach Flow Conditions on Pump Sump Design
An important obstacle to the development of a generalized sump design is the variability of flow conditions in approach areas. The geometry and alignment of the areas immediately upstream...

Crack Growth in Uniaxially Aligned Fiber Reinforced Mortar

Bank Protection Toe-Downs and Local Pier Scour
The zone-of-influence for pier scour may impact bank protection toe-down depths. Countermeasures were required at a site along the Salt River in Phoenix, Arizona when the alignment of...

Geometric Design Considerations for Automated Highway Systems

Alignment Development for High Speed Ground Transportation

Simulated Circulation and Transport in Adjacent Wind-Driven Estuaries in North Carolina
The Pamlico and Neuse River estuaries, in North Carolina, display similar physical characteristics because of their proximity and physiographic setting. Yet, because of channel configuration...

California-Nevada Superspeed Train Experience and Outlook
The experience of the California-Nevada Superspeed Train is chronicled from its inception in 1970 to the present. The evolution of the route alignment and technology selection are presented,...

Automation for Design of High Speed Rail Alignments
The widespread industry practice of using civil engineering software modified for the design of High Speed Rail alignment is inefficient and produces inadequate results. Advances in computer...





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