Aspects of a Computer-Simulation Approach to the Design of HSC

High Strength Concrete from Low Water Demand Cement

Crushed Hydrated Fly Ash as a Construction Aggregate
Hydrated fly ash (HFA) is being produced in Texas by first adding water to Class C fly ash and allowing it to hydrate in curing pits for several weeks. HFA typically attain unconfined...

Intake Canal Modifications Improve Power Plant Efficiency

Using Hydraulic Modeling for Disinfection Effectiveness

Small Physical Scale Models for the Study of Mixing in Water Distribution Reservoirs

Numerical Modeling of Early-Age Concrete Behavior

Measurements on a Composite Bridge: Effects of Concrete Hydration

Control of Fluid Properties of Particulate Grouts: Part 2 - Case Histories

Some Inlet/Outlet Effects on Mixing in Water Supply Reservoirs

The Intermediate Zone of a Submerged Turbulent Buoyant Jet in Shallow Ambient Flowing Water

Great Grouts (Available only in Geoenvironmental Special Issue)
Particulate grouting has long posed challenges to those in the geotechnical field. But significant developments in the understanding of hydration and rheology control look promising. Modern...

Environmental and Coastal Hydraulics
Protecting the Aquatic Habitat
This proceedings, Environmental and Coastal Hydraulics: Protecting the Aquatic Environment, contains papers presented at the 27th Congress...

Oscillatory Shallow-Water Flow Around a Conical Headland

Analyses of Flow and Diffusion in Arctic Seas

Control of Fluid Properties of Particulate Grouts: Part 1 - General Concepts

Horizontal Structure of Flood Flow with Dense Vegetation Clusters Along Main Channel Banks

Thermal-Saline Jets with Reversing Buoyancy

Statistical Moments of Pollutant Concentration Time-Distributions in Natural Streams

Distance for Complete Mixing in Open-Channel Flow





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