Environmental Preservation of Red River Oxbows

Two-Dimensional Sediment Transport Model of the Missouri - Platte River Confluence

Evolution of USACE/USCG Radiobeacon Network for Western/Inland Rivers

Surveying and Mapping During the Great Flood of '93

Intersection of the Houston Ship Channel and Gulf Intracoastal Waterway, a Marine Simulator Navigation Study

Small Scale Improvements to Navigation Locks

Spillway Gate Forces - Montgomery Point Spillway

A National Survey of Design and Maintenance Practices of Flood Control Systems in the United States

The Magdalena River Navigation Project (Columbia)

Navigation Problems on the Zaire River, Africa

Competitive Strategies of Quantity Surveying Practices and the Role of Information Technology

Assessment of Effects of Pore Water Pressures Generated Below Runways

NDT Seismic Methods in Pavement Condition Assessment

Condition Assessment of U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Civil Works

ASCE Salary Survey 1995
The 23rd biennial ASCE salary survey of the civil engineering profession conducted by the ASCE Committee on Employment Conditions during the first quarter of 1995 is presented. It consists...

Navigation of an Autonomous Robot Vehicle
The U.S. Air Force has developed an autonomous excavator capable of performing a variety of tasks at various Department of Defense facilities. Common to all the tasks is the need for autonomous...

Navigation of Autonomous Mobile Robots
An integrated navigational system for autonomous mobile robots features a primary navigator, such as an inertial navigation or a dead-reckoning system, and a secondary navigator. The secondary...

Autonomous Navigation for Structured Exterior Environments
The Telemanaged Mobile Security Station (TMSS) was developed at Sandia National Laboratories to investigate the role of mobile robotics in exterior perimeter security systems. A major...

Inertially Favorable Trajectories for Robot Motion in Space
Robot manipulators generally display non-linear coupled dynamic forces which increase with speed. Efficiencies can be achieved by finding trajectories which take advantage of those inertial...

URSULA: Design of an Underwater Robot for Nuclear Reactor Vessel Inspection
This paper describes the development of an underwater robotic system that will be used to perform ultrasonic inspections of nuclear reactor vessel weldments. The development effort consists...

 

 

 

 

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