A Systems Engineering Approach to Distributed Hydrologic Modeling

Defining Efficiency and Uniformity: Problems and Perspectives

Identification and Quantification of Efficiency and Uniformity Components

Procedures for Combining Distribution Uniformity Components

Practical Potential Irrigation Efficiencies

Management of Surface Irrigation Systems in Heavy Clay Soils

Propulsion Systems: Present and Future
Propulsion is the very essence of space travel. There are many types of propulsion. Each type has its advantages and disadvantages. Propulsion systems are constantly being improved just...

A Peice-wise Linear Evaluation of Masonry Infills Subjected to Out-of-plane Seiesmic Drift
This paper summarizes the out-of-plane testing and analytical modeling of a full-scale unreinforced masonry (URM) infilled frame and a bare frame without infilling. The testing was part...

Prediction of Structural Response to Large Earthquakes by Using Recordings From Smaller Earthquakes
The feasibility of predicting structural response to large earthquakes by using recorded responses from collocated smaller earthquakes is investigated. Records from large earthquakes can...

Propagation of Linear Gravity Waves Over Slowly Varying Depth and Currents
A detailed derivation of some kinematic and dynamic properties linear surface gravity waves-current interaction. The obtained expressions, which are exact within the framework of linear...

Intercomparison of Extremal Wave Analysis Methods Using Numerically Simulated Data

IPA Phase 2 Sensitivity and Uncertainty Analysis

Approximating the Imbibition and Absorption Behavior of a Distribution of Matrix Blocks by an Equivalent Spherical Block

Random Vortex Models in Wind Engineering
Random vortex methods are Lagrangian particle-based numerical simulation schemes especially appropriate for Wind Engineering simulations. Vortex methods do not suffer from numerical diffusion...

Linking Linear Greenways To Communities

Community Greenways are Linear Recreationways

A Lagrangian Model for Surface Buoyant Jets
A model is developed to predict the trajectory of a surface buoyant discharge into a large receiving water body. A Lagrangian approach is used to trace the path of a `control volume' of...

de St-Venant Channel Routing in Distributed Watershed Modeling

An Inverse Procedure for Estimating the Unsaturated Hydraulic Conductivities of Volcanic Tuffs
A procedure is developed for estimating the hydraulic conductivity function of unsaturated volcanic tuff, using measurements of the sorptivity and capillary pressure functions. The method...

Flow and Transport in Hierarchically Fractured Systems
Preliminary results indicate that flow in the saturated zone at Yucca Mountain is controlled by fractures. A current conceptual model assumes that the flow in the fracture system can be...





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