NEPA Implementation: The Department of Energy's Program to Manage Spent Nuclear Fuel

A Comprehensive Bridge Management System for Illinois

Database Use in the Engineering Office

Machine-Friendly Facility
Cargo facility automation makes more efficient use of space, reduces labor and speeds operations. These are critical factors at New York's John F. Kennedy International Airport—currently...

Using Geographic Information Systems for Traffic Control Inventory Management
Present city traffic control inventory systems lack flexibility, user friendliness, and many have become obsolete because they were originally designed in haphazard ways - thus providing...

Estimating Load Impacts on Highway Structures Using the National Bridge Inventory Database
The issuance of single and multiple permits to operate vehicles exceeding legal weight limits, along with the policy-level analysis of bridge impacts induced by changes in vehicle size...

Methodology for Determining Vehicle Usage and Speeds for Mobile Source Emissions Inventories
This paper was published by the Baltimore Regional Council of Governments to document its work in preparing data from its regional road model for input into a computer emissions inventory...

Developing a New Construction Policy for Bridge Management
The SHRP Program and other rehabilitation strategies are based on extending the life of concrete bridge elements. In the Bridge Inventory are a number of bridges that must be reconstructed....

An Assessment of Loading Capabilities of OCRWM Burnup Credit Casks
A new generation of spent fuel shipping casks are being developed for the Department of Energy (DOE) in support of transportation system development activities for the Civilian Radioactive...

Waste Packager and Areal Power Density Approximator (WPA3) Computer Code
A microcomputer-based computer code called Waste Packager and Areal Power Density (APD) Approximator (WPA3) has been developed to compute waste package inventories and track individual...

Bridge Management System Implementation at CALTRANS
Development of a new generation of Bridge Management System (BMS) capabilities has been a high priority for CALTRANS for the past four years. Although the Department has had a bridge inventory...

Automating Inventory and Assessment of Infrastructure
Due to the large amount of information required to describe the components of infrastructure, automated tools are required to speed data collection and access to this information. This...

Highway Maintenance Data Collection: State of the Art
Existing procedures for recording highway maintenance and field inventory data re laborious and time consuming because the information is entered twice - first on standard paper forms...

Planning Maintenance and Rehabilitation Activities for Local Railroads
This paper presents a structured approach for planning annual and long range (multi-layer) maintenance and rehabilitation (M&R) activities for local railroads. A method is presented...

Characterizing Coastal Pollution Sources: Lessons Learned by the National Coastal Pollutant Discharge Inventory Program
The past ten years, NOAA has been developing and refining its capabilities to inventory and estimate pollutant discharges form point and nonpoint sources located in the Nation's coastal...

Streambank Inventory and Protection Soldotna Reach, Kenai River, Alaska
This paper discusses bank conditions found along the Kenai River within the city of Soldotna in Alaska. River banks were inventoried in May 1990 by USDA Soil Conservation Service (SCS)...

Coastal Morphological Modeling for the Southern North Sea
The paper gives a inventory of mathematical model concepts for coastal morphological applications, from sophisticated short-term process models based on first physical principles, via...

Freight Movement in a Changing World and Changing Market Place
The main object of this paper revolves on the fact that for the foreseeable future, the bottom line of intermodal challenges for any North American container port is that business, trade,...

Field Testing of Advanced Maintenance Data Acquisition Technologies in Three State DOTs
Field testing and evaluation of advanced data acquisition technology in Maryland, Connecticut and Arizona showed the potential for state highway agencies to improve existing procedures...

The Pontis Bridge Management System
A committee of the Federal Highway Administration and six of the United States has completed a network-level bridge management system, called Pontis, to optimize budgets and programs for...

 

 

 

 

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