Natural Hazards Review
The Natural Hazards Review stands on the realization that natural disaster losses result from interactions between the physical world, the constructed environment, and the character of the societies and...

Scour Evaluations of Existing Bridges

Maryland SHA's Procedure for Assessing Existing Bridges for Scour Vulnerability and for Rating Unknown Foundations

Building Scour in Floodplains

Estimating Bridge Scour in New York from Historical U.S. Geological Survey Stream Flow Measurements

Evaluation of an Existing Scour Hole at the Castleton Bridge, A Tidal Crossing

Evaluating Existing Tidal Bridges in Virginia for Scour

Design Guidance-Instream and Bank Restoration Structures

A New Hybrid Joist System

Design and Construction of the Highest RC Building in Japan

Research Activities on High Strength Concrete and Its Application in Japan

Cost-Effectiveness Optimization for Aseismic Design Criteria of RC Buildings

Finite Element Reliability-Based Assessment of an Existing Suspension Bridge Using Geometrically Nonlinear Analysis

The Behavior of Distinctive Pile Type Under the Same Building

Nonlinear Seismic Response of Asymmetric Systems

Seismic Control of Asymmetric Structures

Application of Emerging Seismic Analysis Techniques and Innovative Concepts to Retrofit an Existing High-Rise Building

National Civil Rights Museum: Exhibit Space Expansion Seismic Retrofit

Effects of Vertical Content of Ground Shaking on 2-D and 3-D Inelastically Responding Steel Frames

Near-Source Effects and the Isolation Provisions of the 1997 United Building Code





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