Computerized Maintenance Planning for Agency-Managed Irrigation Systems
Computerized maintenance planning has been established to facilitate: (1) preparation of the 'Catch-Up' Maintenance Plan using the field data collected while conducting the Diagnostic...

The Integration and Management of Ground- and Surface-Water Resources for Drought Response in New Castle County, Delaware
This paper reports on a program for the integration and management of ground- and surface-water resources for drought management purposes in the southeastern area of the Commonwealth of...

U.S. Geological Survey Bedload Sampling Policy
During the late 1960's, the U.S. Geological Survey's (USGS) Water Resources Division (WRD) developed the Helley-Smith bedload sampler. Since then, the USGS and the Technical Committee...

Sediment Disposal and Transport in Central SF Bay
The relocation of dredged material from navigation channels in the Francisco Bay is crucial to the movement of deep-draft shipping and shallow-draft recreational vessels. The margins of...

Debris Flows and Mass Wasting in Volcanic Torrents
Observation of debris flow and topographic survey for mass wasting in the volcanic torrents clarified that (1) mass wasting processes such as rock fall from the side-wall and toppling...

Measurement of Bridge Scour at the SR-32 Crossing of the Sacramento River at Hamilton City, California, 1987-92
A study of the State Route 32 crossing of the Sacramento River near Hamilton City, California, is being made to determine those channel and bridge factors that contribute to scour at the...

Estimating Bridge Scour in New York from Historical U.S. Geological Survey Streamflow Measurements
Historical streamflow measurements by the U.S. Geological Survey an bridge-inspection reports by the New York State Department of Transportation are being used to estimate scour at 31...

Depth of Cover Surveys for Waterway Crossings
The majority of pipelines cross at least one waterway of some type, especially the interstate lines which from start to end cross numerous bayous, canals and major rivers. These waterways...

Recent Developments in Safety Research from the Gas Research Institute
Recent developments in Safety Research, as supported by the Gas Research Institute (GRI), have consisted primarily of hardware-oriented applications to various gas industry safety operations....

Identifying Transportation Control Measures: a Straighforward Approach to Identifying Transportation Control Measures to Address Concerns with Air Quality
The 1990 Clean Air Act Amendments (CAAA) exemplify society's increasing environmental concern. Regions not attaining the CAAA requirements must develop methods to reduce the pollution....

Trip Rates Adjustments for Impact Assessment and Congestion Management
Evidence that all urban trips are not equal and that trip rates need to be adjusted to reflect the differential contribution of trips to traffic loads and congestion is presented. Adjustments...

Influence of Lateral Wind on Driving on Offshore Bridge
The Honshu-Shikoku Bridges are a system of highways crossing over the sea, where cross-winds variously affect vehicle behaviour. This is the intermediate report on the surveys aimed at...

Traffic Accident Analysis System
While statistical data on traffic accidents are invaluable in devising effective traffic safety measures, the number of data items and samples are vast and they must be processed and edited...

Some Problems Encountered in the Design and Construction of Hydroelectric Projects

Collecting Data for 1993 ASCE Salary Survey

Geophysical Survey Helped Perfect Port Probe

Successful A/E Firms List Service and Niche Marketing as Best Strategies for 1990s, Survey Finds

Reinforced Concrete
Recent developments and procedures used to model reinforced concrete using finite element analysis are summarized. Special emphasis is placed on the results of a survey of papers published...

Survey Shows Kansas City Contractors Are Positive about Metrication

An Intrusive Fluid Mud Surveying System

 

 

 

 

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