Tidal Circulation in the Southern Indian River Lagoon

Managing Water Scarcity for Sustainable Irrigation in the Southern Mediterranean Region

Relation Between Mean and Maximum Velocities in the River Jamuna

Aquifer Storage in Southern Sinai

Earthquake Ground Motion Hazards on Southern Alaska Margin, Kodiak Island and Kenai Peninsula

Close-In Blast Design at the Tri-Met Light Rail Tunnels

Burrowing Beneath Bangkok
The $2.9 billion Bangkok subway project faces several daunting obstacles—soft soils, a high water table and Thailand's current economic upheaval. The Blue Line subway system...

Case Study: Crossing of Existing PCCP Aqueducts A and B, Southern Nevada Water Authority Las Vegas, Nevada

Traffic and Transportation Studies
This proceedings, Traffic and Transportation Studies, consists of papers presented at the First International Conference on Transportation...

The Search for HPC (Available in Structural Engineering Special Issue only)
High-performance concrete (HPC) is often overlooked by engineers because its properties are not well documented. Concrete Clinic International conducted a study to learn more about the...

Cellar Performance (Available in Structural Engineering Special Issue only)
Even though the Pentagon contains three times the square footage of the Empire State Building, free space has become hard to come by. Expanding computer, mechanical and electrical systems...

Validation of a Knowledge-Based Expert System for Tall Building Design

Modeling and Simulation of Traffic Flow on Indian Roads

Statistical and Simulation-Based Models for Progression Prediction of Train Delays on Busy Railway Lines

An Intelligent and Multiple-Object Decision Support System for Scheduling of Train Diagram

Hong Kong MTR Corporation Airport Railway

Massive Big Digging in the Center of Berlin

How to Succeed in Business...
As civil engineering continues to evolve as a profession, consulting engineers must continually re-invent their businesses and their practices. In this article, consulting engineers talk...

Rebuilding History
Deterioration of the second-oldest multiple-arch masonry viaduct in the country—in Canton, Mass.—threatened its ability to continue carrying Amtrak's Northeast Corridor trains,...

Riding the Rail
Spurred by decaying or overcrowded roads, communities across the U.S. are planning, building or renovating light rail, freight rail and high speed rail systems. The rail boom, funded in...





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