Recasting a Foundry (Available only in Structures Special Issue)
Even as the Philadelphia Naval Shipyard sails toward closure under the 1991 Base Realignment and Closure Law, work at the base foundry has accelerated since the 1980s. The foundry uses...

To Know or Not to Know: The Site Characterization Process and Its' Role in Horizontal Directionally Drilled Pipeline River Crossings

Steel Water Pipe for Exposed and Buried Crossings

Investigation of Pipeline Buckle Failure in a Horizontally Directionally Drilled Installation

Utilizing Directional Drilling Techniques to Install Underwater Watermain

Technological Advances in the Design and Construction of Water Mains for Crossing Under Rivers and Other Barriers

Pile Wall Cuts Off Seepage (Available only in Geo/Environmental Special Issue)
An unusual cutoff wall constructed by the secant pile method succeeded in drying up seepage through the permeable strata below a saddle dam at Beaver Dam in Arkansas, owned by the U.S....

Disposal of Drilling Wastes in Permafrost Prudhoe Bay, Alaska

Demonstrating Brine Water Wells and Toilets for Deering, Alaska

Practical Guide to Grouting of Underground Structures
This book presents a hands-on discussion of grouting fundamentals and provides a foundation for the development of practical specifications and field procedures. The author takes a practical...

Chicago's Micropile Debut
On a tight, urban site around Chicago's historic Orchestra Hall, engineers used high-capacity micropiles as an alternative to hand-dug caissons. On a $104 million project...

Field Load Testing of a Drilled-in Anchor System

Inter-Island Tunnel Design and Construction

Reliability Assessment of Underground Shaft Closure

Principal Aspects of Petrographical Examination of Rock Salts to Assess Their Suitability for Radioactive Waste Disposal

Calcite and Zeolite Fracture Coatings in Topopah Spring Tuff Along Drill Hole Wash, Yucca Mountain, Nevada

Eolian-Deposited Minerals Around Drill Hole USW SD-9, Yucca Mountain, Nevada

Zedex - An In-Situ Study of the Importance of the Excavation Disturbed Zone to Repository Performance

Remediation Using Nested, Horizontal Wells

An Integrated Remediation/Redevelopment Approach for a 31-Acre Site with Oil Field Drilling Waste Sumps

 

 

 

 

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