Determination of Leakage to Groundwater from Irrigation Canals

Twenty First Century Transportation Alternatives: The Capital City

Baltimore-Washington Corridor Magnetic Levitation Feasibility Study

Incorporating TDM Programs Into the Growth Management Process in the Washington DC Area

Flood Control Doesn't Have to be Ugly
The recently completed flood control project in Rochester, Minn. shows how innovative engineering combined with aesthetically-sensitive design can integrate flood protection into an urban...

Getting the Project Started
In 1987, the newly formed Washington Metropolitan Airports Authority began a long term Capital Development Program which will change how both Washington National and Dulles International...

The Future of the Past: Historic Preservation at the Metropolitan Washington Airports
The historic significance and unique architectural character of Washington National and Washington Dulles International Airports have presented the Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority...

Airport Terminal Design Challenges
In February 1989, the Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority began the process of designing and constructing a new terminal at Washington National Airport to address the needs of its...

Dulles International Airport Construction Challenges
The expansion of the Main Terminal at Dulles International Airport was anticipated and planned for during the original construction of the building in 1962. The most difficult portions...

Effects of Lateral Heading Flow Steadiness on Lateral Spillage
Hourly inflow and spillage rates from three lateral canals in the Imperial Irrigation District in Southern California were measured for seven months and subsequently analyzed to identify...

Water Conservation and Delivery Flexibility in the Imperial Irrigation District Through Lateral Interceptor Systems
The lateral interceptor concept was conceived in the wake of a water conservation effort to reduce several sources of water loss typical of irrigation districts. These sources include...

A League of Their Own
New baseball stadiums in Cleveland and Arlington, Tex., opening in April 1994, combine the nostalgia of traditional ballparks with state-of-the-art site planning and structural engineering....

Calibration of a Highway Traffic Assignment Model for the Manhattan Central Business District
This paper describes the application of a traffic assignment model, specifically the TRANPLAN model, in New York City together with the methodologies and the satellite programs that were...

Expert Analysis in Regulated Irrigation Canal Modelling
Application of riverine unsteady-flow numerical modelling techniques to problems of flow regulation in irrigation canals invokes the need for careful treatment of some situations not commonly...

A Fish Bypass Screen at Puntledge Project
An Eicher screen has been designed for the Puntledge Diversion Project on Vancouver Island in British Columbia, Canada. Its purpose is to reduce the mortality of downstream migrating juvenile...

Pittsburgh Goes International
The size of the new $785 million Pittsburgh International Airport—900 developed acres—is twice the size of the city's Golden Triangle business district but occupies only a...

Design and Uses of Reinforced Shotcrete in Underground Projects in Canada
The first use of steel fibre reinforced shotcrete (SFRS) in Canada was using the wet-mix process in the support of deteriorated ground in 80 year old railway tunnels in the Fraser Canyon,...

Computer Applications on the Central Artery/Tunnel Project
Boston's Central Artery/Tunnel (CA/T) project consists of the reconstruction of a 4.2 mile segment of Interstate Route 93 in downtown Boston, a 3.3 mile extension of Interstate Route 90...

A Computer Model for Multiplant Hydroelectric System Simulation
An interactive computer model of a multi-plant hydrothermal electric power generating system has been developed that roughly captures the main features of the British Columbia Hydro system....

Agricultural Water Conservation Programs to Improve Water Use Efficiency
California's growing population poses an ever increasing demand for water from the existing limited and scarce water resources of the State. In addition the continuation of six years of...

 

 

 

 

Return to search