Effect of Wave Breaking and Bed Friction on Suspended Sediment Concentration

Evaluation of Bed Shear, Vertical Mixing and Reference Concentration Formulations

Swash Zone Velocity and Volumetric Measurement Using a Simple Video Technique

Near-Bottom Velocity and Cross-Shore Sediment Transport in the Nearshore

Inlet Impacts and Families of Solutions for Inlet Sediment Budgets

El Ni?o Storms and the Morphodynamic Response of Two Cobble Beaches

Quantitative Characterisation of Rip Dynamics via Video

Statistical Characterization of Nearshore Morphodynamic Behavior

Application of a Multi-Layer Approach for Morphological Modelling

Argus-Based Monitoring of Intertidal Beach Morphodynamics

Computational Fluid Dynamics Model of WTP Clearwell: Evaluation of Critical Parameters Influencing Model Performance

DEPOSIT: A Computer Model for Predicting Deposition of Organic Materials in Surface Sediments near Ocean Outfalls

Application of Linear Programming Techniques to Optimize Groundwater Withdrawals for a Pump and Treat System at Aberdeen Proving Ground, Maryland
The U.S. Army disposed chemical agents, laboratory materials, and unexploded ordnance at the O-Field landfill from before World War II until at least the 1950s. Soil, ground water, surface...

Simplification of Detailed Models of Water Distribution Systems Obtained from GIS Systems
For a long time simplified models have been used to simulate the behaviour of large water distribution networks. Often, simplification has been carried out by removing small diameter pipes...

Integration of SWMM and ARCVIEW GIS for Interactive Decision Support
(No paper) This paper covers the integration of the EPA SWMM runoff model and ESRI's ArcView GIS for utilization by the City of Phoenix for decision support concerning land use changes...

Friction Factor Choice in Hydraulic Simulation Models: Does It Matter?
(no paper) To model water distribution systems using computer hydraulic simulation, a user is required to select a form of head loss-flow relationship for each pipe in the network. The...

Interactive Flood Response Plans: Internet/Intranet Formats with National Implications
(No paper) An effective flood response plan takes into account the needs of and utility to the end user of that plan?namely the local emergency response community. A flood response plan...

Evaluating Alternatives for Capacity Expansion: Ensuring Reliable Water for the Portland, Oregon, Area
(No paper) The Portland Water Bureau is currently evaluating its water supply expansion alternatives. Like many water bureaus responsible for supplying water to both in-city customers...

Comparison of Complete Modeling/Simplified Modeling of Zaragoza City Water Supply Network
(No paper) Zaragoza is a Spanish city with 600.000 inhabitants and a water supply network of 900km long. The Council technical services uses a Microstation based GIS, GRED, for network...

Reliability Analysis of Buried Pipelines





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