Internet Applications for Water Resources Information

Model-Centered World Wide Web Coach

Global Project Documentation and Communications Using HTML on the World Wide Web

User Models in Search and Navigation Systems on the Internet

WWW and Multimedia in Undergraduate Civil Engineering

Harnessing the Internet for Civil Engineering Course Delivery

Facilitating Workgroup Activities through the Internet

Computing in Civil Engineering
This proceedings consist of papers presented at the Third Congress on Computing in Civil Engineering held in Anaheim, California, June 17-19, 1996. The proceedings covers advanced computing...

Engineering a Place in Cyberspace
The engineering profession is only now entering the Internet—e-mail addresses are appearing on some engineers' business cards, but very few engineering or construction firms...

Delivery of Building Codes and Standards Using the Internet

Local Web Crippling of Unstiffened Multi-Cell Box Sections
Full-scale experiments and analyses show that the AISC/LRFD design equations for web yielding and web crippling strength of unstiffened webs, developed from test data on I sections, can...

Online Design Codes: An Integrated Approach

A Finite Element System for the CDC CYBER 205
This paper summarizes some of the special considerations required for finite element system development on the CDC CYBER 205. A means of constructing an efficient database is presented....

Personal Consultant Series a Step by Step Guide
The paper discusses the Texas Instruments' Personal Consultant Series of expert system development tools, a versatile set of compatible tools for the expert system developer....

Computational Enhancements to a Multidimensional Dynamic Programming Algorithm
This paper discusses ongoing work in investigating the vectorization potential (speed-up) of multidimensional dynamic programming computer codes on the Control Data Corporation (CDC) CYBER...

Getting Information Via Computer: Some Basics
Information is a most important resource for water resource professionals. The combination of the computer and the telephone has established a new avenue to acquire information. One directory...

Optimal Operation of a System of Lakes for Quality and Quantity
A methodology is presented combining simulation and optimization techniques for determining operation strategies for a system of lakes in the presence of quality and quantity constraints....

What Every Hydraulic Engineer Should Know About Technical Information
This paper traces the development of indexing and abstracting of scientific literature and discusses present-day concepts of current awareness, online literature searching and numeric...

Shearing Stress Distribution in Box Girders with Multiple Webs
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An Investigation of Plate Girder Web Splices
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