Vessel Trajectory Database for Coastal Zone Planning

Technical Considerations and Approcah for Evaluating Substantially Complete Containment of High-Level Nuclear Waste
The current Federal Regulations, Title 10 Part 60.113(a)(1)(i)(A) require that, for at least 300 years, nuclear waste containment within a waste package shall be substantially complete....

State of Nevada Nuclear Waste Shipping Cask Design Studies
The State of Nevada has sponsored several contractor studies regarding nuclear waste shipping cask design issues. A comprehensive transportation needs assessment completed in 1988 recommended...

Investigation of Burnup Credit Allowance in the Criticality Safety Evaluation of Spent Fuel Casks
The payloads of present generation spent fuel casks are constrained by a criticality design basis that assumes loading with unirradiated fuel. This presentation discusses work in progress...

Ship It By GIS
Abkowitz, Cheng and Lepotsky describe a GIS system for routing hazardous materials shipments. The safe transport of hazardous materials is emerging as a significant concern impacting local,...

High Capacity Oil/Water Separator Performance Model

Studies on the Physical Effects of Commercial Navigation Traffic in the Upper Mississippi River
Changes in water velocity caused by passage of commercial navigation vessels were measured 180-500 ft (55-152 m) from shore at River Mile (RM) 504.8 in Pool 14 of the upper Mississippi...

Waste Geotechnics and Geosynthetics
The geotechnology related to waste management focuses around assessing the movement of water and pollutant transport, containment of the pollutant so that it is unable to pollute the underground...

U.S. Coast Guard Experience with Commercial FRP Vessels with Respect to Structural Reliability
The U.S. Coast Guard currently inspects over 1000 fiber reinforced plastic (FRP) vessels used in commercial passenger service. The designs include monohulls, catamarans, hydrofoils and...

Landfill Containment Systems Regulations

The Rachel-B/Coastal Towing Incident

Oil Spills and the Fishing Industry

Design and Development of Two 600 LT Oil Spill Recovery Vessels for Prince William & Puget Sounds

Moving Intermodal Containers Over Urban/Suburban Highways
Due to standardization, to date most containers basically fit the U.S. highway environment, which was the entire original intent of intermodal transport. The paper presentes the results...

Floating Membrane Supertankers: Are They Feasible?
Optimal shapes of long cylindrical membrane containers are obtained by restricting the circumferential membrane stress to be tensile and constant throughout the tanker. Optimality is achieved...

Evaluation of Combined Commercial and Pleasure Vessel Traffic in a Restricted Waterway

Vessel Considerations for Straddle Hoist Dry Docking

The Task of Container Terminal Pavement Selection

The New Approach in Designing and Upgrading Container Terminal Pavements

Navy Refit Wharves Designed for Operational Needs





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