Hawaii's Emerging Renewable Energy Technologies

Markov Bayes Stochastic Analysis in Renewable Energy Resources Planning

Low Energy Mixing in Algal Culture Raceways

Wind Energy Storage Test Facility Applications

Institutional Constraints to Coastal Zone Management: A Case Study of Hawaii (abstract)
The problems that plague Hawaii's coastal zone management are primarily the result of 'institutional' factors, some of them rather unique. These...

Barbers Point, Oahu, Hawaii Deep Draft Harbor Monitoring Program
The deep draft harbor at Barbers Point, Oahu, Hawaii is located on the south side of the island. The 92 acre harbor basin is a product of over 25 years of planning and engineering. The...

Use of Ocean Resources Criteria for Marine Tourism Planning and Management
A series of questionnaires and a modified weighting procedure developed by Gearing, Swart and Var were employed to obtain the ranking of ocean recreation criteria. An open-ended questionnaire...

Risk Management of Oceanfront Resort Operations
The perception of high incidences of accidents related to open ocean recreational activities in Hawaii and the need for developing educational programs on water safety for resident and...

Top Projects of 1987
Five notable entries in the 1987 Outstanding Civil Engineering Achievement competition are summarized. The Keehi Interchange of the H-1 Freeway in Honolulu is only 1.9 miles long, but...

Top Projects of 1986
In the 1986 ASCE competition to select the Outstanding Civil Engineering Achievement of the Year, 14 projects were nominated. This article describes the 10 non-winners. Technically the...

Technology Assessment for Hydrogen from Renewable Energy
This paper is a preliminary report on an assessment of technologies for hydrogen production from renewable resources, and an investigation of the problems and issues involved in assimilating...

Digital Simulation of Flows in Hawaiian Soils
In attempting to numerically solve the nonlinear equation for flows in porous media, the Galerkin process, which bears a great similarity to direct methods of the calculus of variations,...

Erosion Control Measures for Shoreline Property
Numerous Federal acts relating to beach erosion and shoreline protection have been enacted impacting Hawaii's ocean and shoreline. In an effort to protect the shoreline, many...

Shrimp Farm Made Feasible
Engineers on a limited budget developed a facility on the island of Oahu, Hawaii, where Mexican blue shrimp are being raised commercially. A series of U shaped sections were laid parallel...

Computer Modeling of Groundwater Flow
In attempting to numerically solve the nonlinear equation for flows in porous media, the Galerkin process, which bears a great similarity to direct methods of the calculus of variations,...

Hawaii's H-3 Highway: Is It Time to Say Enough for the Environment?
If we engineers are to provide the infrastructure to meet our Nation's growth needs in an efficient and timely manner, changes need to be made to our environmental laws and...

Ocean Energy
The Ocean Thermal Energy Conversion (OTEC) component nominated this year as an ASCE Outstanding Civil Engineering Achievement involves the most critical design problem; the cold water...

ASCE Salary Survey 1983
This is the seventeenth report in a series of biennial salary surveys conducted by the American Society of Civil Engineers. Salary data is reported on seven major categories for civil...

Draghead Designs vs. Production
This paper discusses the development and design of draghead configurations for silt materials and describes a testing program designed to determine the most efficient range of the controllable...

Water Supply Supplemented by Airport Storm Runoff
The quality of natural and induced storm water runoff from Oahu's Honolulu International Airport (HIA) and four outer island airports in Hawaii was evaluated for water supply...

 

 

 

 

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