ASTM A913/A913M: The Perfect Steel for Seismic Design

Applications of CFD Flow Modelling in Building Design

Comparison of Flow Around Circular Cylinder Using FE and FD Procedures

Steel Moment Frames with Welded Connections

Welded Steel Moment Frame Joint Testing Programs

Seismic Solutions for Steel Frame Buildings
After the Northridge Earthquake, damage in steel moment resisting frame connections stunned engineers. Now those engineers are scrambling to find and test new kinds of connections. This...

Spotlight on Steel Moment Frames
Engineers' confidence in moment connections was shattered when damage was discovered after the 1994 Northridge earthquake. Such connections are now a hot subject for U.S....

Practical Advanced Analysis for Steel Frame Design

Investigation of Nonlinear Fluid-Structure Interaction

Coupled Nonlinear Analysis of Airport Pavements

Design of Seismic Resistant Concrete Columns for Confinement

Behavior of Reinforced Concrete Buildings: Deformations & Deformation Compatibility

Hybrid Moment Resisting Precast Beam-Column Connections

Influence of the Yield Strength of Steel Fibres on the Toughness of Fibre Reinforced High Strength Concrete

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

The Influence of Turbulence Closure Strategy on Numerical Modeling of Shallow Water Tides

Animation Techniques for Visualizing Coastal Flow Dynamics

An Evaluation of Drainage Conditions in the San Joaquin Valley
The discovery of deformities and deaths of aquatic birds at Kesterson Reservoir in 1983 substantially altered the perception of agricultural subsurface drainage water threats in the San...

An Extended Relaxation Technique for Unsteady Flows in Networks
A recent enhancement to the FLD WAY model is the addition of an extended relaxation technique for modeling unsteady flows in a dendritic (tree-type) network of channels with tributaries...

Pier Width and Local-Scour Depth
Presented here are the results of an enquiry into the effects of pier width on local scour depth. The results show that scour depth does not scale linearly with pier width unless there...





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