Filling and Emptying System Model Study for the Innovative Lock Design
Funding constraints have generated innovative ideas regarding the hydraulic system of proposed navigation locks. Two fundamental questions addressed in the innovative lock design study...

Upper Mississippi River System Environmental Management Program (EMP)
Introduction The Upper Mississippi River Navigation System (UMRNS) is one of the largest Public Works projects existing within the continental United States of America. The system, which...

Environmental Restoration Measures on the Tennessee-Tombigbee Waterway (TENN-TOM)
The Tenn-Tom, opened to navigation traffic in 1985, was designed and constructed to promote environmentally sustainable development. During the past ten years, the original measures have...

The Influence of Peak-Regulation of the Three Gorges Power Plant on Navigation
The paper studies the unsteady flow resulted from peak-regulation by daily regulation at both Three Gorges and Gezhouba Power Plants and concludes that the river section between the dam...

Sedimentation Dynamics of Tidal Inlets
Tidal inlets are very dynamic systems subject to continuous morphological changes under the action of tides, waves and transported sediments. Although flow and sediment dynamics are interactive,...

Smithfield Interceptor Force Main River Crossings

Design of Pressure Class Ductile Iron Pipe on Supports

Site Selection for Pipeline Waterway Crossings

User Models in Search and Navigation Systems on the Internet

Loading Cycles for Fatigue Reliability Assessment of Miter Gates at Navigation Locks on the Upper Mississippi River

History and Heritage of German Coastal Engineering

Stormwater Treatment: Inlet Devices and Filtration

The Great Netherland Flood of '93 and Its Impact on Navigation

Compatibility With Post-Cleanup Property Development As a Criterion to Shape Remedial Solutions: An Example From the Combined Remediation of the Port of Tacoma Blair Waterway and Blair Backup Properties Tacoma, Washington

San Juan Harbor Navigation Channel Design

Probabilistic Design of Navigation Channel Depths

Framework for Handling and Treatment of Contaminated Dredged Material from Ports and Inland Waterways

International Ports and Waterways

Correcting Downdrift Beach Erosion with Existing Technology and Programs

Flexible Connection for Fender Piles Supporting Ship Fenders





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