Winter Sewer Construction in Campbell Lake
This paper discusses the winter construction for replacement of the Campbell Lake portion of the Campbell Creek C-5 Trunk (C-5 Trunk) located in Anchorage, Alaska (see Figure 1). A previous...

Anchoring—A New Generation
During the time period of NRC Bulletin 79-02, and certainly afterwards, the use and application of wedge type anchors in Nuclear Power Plants took on a new perspective. The data gathered...

Anchorage Sewer Rehabilitation in Campbell Lake
This paper discusses the proposed rehabilitation/replacement of the Campbell Lake portion of the Campbell Creek C-5 Trunk Sewer (C-5 Trunk) located in Anchorage, Alaska. The original corrugated...

Ground Anchorage Practice

Development of the South Anchorage Transit Center: Public/Private Partnership in the Small Urban Area
Public/private partnerships are as useful a tool in smaller urban areas as they are in the larger cities. The arrangements are likely to be simpler and the number of actors fewer, but...

Spring Breakup Flows in Anchorage Storm Drains

Rainfall/Runoff Relationships in Urban Anchorage

Design of Urban Sedimentation Basins in Anchorage

World's Largest Caisson
The world's largest caisson (210,000 cy) forms the offshore cable anchorage for the 1,870 ft main span Tokyo Harbor Bridge. The bridge carries Metropolitan Expressway Route...

Fire Hydrant Winter Maintenance Program for Anchorage

Stress Analysis of the Liner and Liner Anchorage System Near Penetrations in a Reinforced Concrete Reactor Containment
An overpressurization experiment was conducted on a scale-model of a reinforced concrete containment building. The test was terminated when tears formed in the steel liner. Virtually all...

Unbonded Performance
Unbonded single strand tendons have been used in the U.S. for about 30 years. In a small number of buildings, strand corrosion failures have occurred. Although it is clear that post-tensioning...

Anchorage Forces for Z-Purlin Supported Standing Seam Roof Systems
This paper presents the results of a limited study to determine if the provisions of Section D. 3. 2. 1 'Anchorage Bracing for Roof Systems Under Load with Top Flange Connected...

A Laboratory Study of Factors Affecting Wetted Snow Roads
A brief review of the the literature concerning the application of water to the surface of snow roads is presented. It is demonstrated that there is no general agreement on the proper...

Anchorage Taps Eklutna Lake for New Water Supply
The 170 million Eklutna Water Project will furnish water to Anchorage, Alaska by the summer of 1988. The project consists of an 8,500-foot long diversion tunnel, 6 miles of 54 to 60-inch...

Transit Scheduling With Spreadsheets
In two years, the Anchorage Transit Department has gone from having no microcomputers in use to having ten being used for route scheduling, monitoring ridership figures, maintenance management,...

Repairing New York's Historic Bridges
The Brooklyn and Manhattan bridges are just two of New York City's venerable structures that are undergoing rehabilitation. Current work on the Brooklyn involves enlarging...

Anchorage Wetlands Management Plan

Analysis of Behavior of Steel Liner Anchorages
A method is presented to analyze the load-deflection behavior of liner anchorage systems used in the design and construction of steel-lined concrete containment structures in nuclear power...

Engineer-in-Training Program Alaska District, CoE
Rotational Engineer-In-Training Program is a success at the Alaska District, Corps of Engineers. Initiated in 1967, it is better than similar programs conducted by the State of Alaska,...

 

 

 

 

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