Application of the Q-3D SHORECIRC Model to Surfbeat

Boundary Layer Theory and Field Bedload

Flow Over Vortex Ripples: Models and Experiments

International Collaboration in the Design of Three Boundary Layer Wind Tunnels

Seismic Response Assessment of Active-Controlled Multi-Story Buildings with Soil-Foundation Influence

Modelling Eddy Formation in Coastal Waters: A Comparison between Model Capabilities

Nested Three-Dimensional Hydrodynamic Modeling of the Delaware Estuary

Numerical Simulation of Temperature in the New York Bight

Optimized Boundary Conditions for Coastal Modeling

Southern Boundary Experimental Forecasts with the NOAA East Coast Ocean Model

Shear Dispersion in the Benthic Boundary Layer

Unsaturated Zone Flow Modeling for GWTT-95

Mexican Border Ground Water Agreement
This paper provides a discussion about the challenges in developing a Mexican Botder Ground Water Agreement for the management of shallow ground waters that connect to the surface water...

Role of Vegetation in Hydraulics of Channel Restoration
Boundary layer theory is used to develop a backwater model for flows through vegetated waterways which can be employed to approximately estimate flow depth variation in channel restoration...

Water Quality Impacts of Dredging and Disposal Operations in Boston Harbor
The Massachusetts Port Authority is presently planning a navigation improvement project in the port of Boston, consisting of dredging the 10.7 m (35 ft) deep channels and berths in the...

Modeling the Impact of Uncertainty in Spatial Variability of Estuarine Boundary Conditions
Multi-dimensional numerical estuarine models that consider baroclinic forcing require the specification of both the water surface and the water density (salinity and temperature) at the...

Water Allocation on US/Mexico Boundaries
This paper provides a transboundary water sharing case study on the planning and management of Rio Grande waters in and around El Paso, Texas. The presentation also points out the diversity...

Time Domain Fundamental Solution to Nonclassical Thermoelasticity with One Relaxation Time Part II: Two-Dimensional Solution

Dynamic Interaction Between Embedded Foundations by the Substructure Deletion Method

Further Application of Dynamic Poroelasticity to Geotechnical Engineering Via BEM





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