Passive-Intake System for a Shallow Sand-Bed River
The Jeffrey Energy Center draws its cooling water make-up from the Kansas River near Belvue, Kansas. At this site, the Kansas River is a shallow sand-bed river of constantly changing bottom...

The Design of Weir Sand By-Passing Systems

Physical Model Study of Weir Jetty Design

Design and Full Scale Testing of Elastomeric Bridge Bearings for Trestle and Jetty Trestle of Super Tanker Offshore Terminal

Reconstruction of a Grain Loading Jetty with Minimum Downtime

Jetty 8 Renovations CFB Dockyard, Halifax, N.S.

Are State Coastal Rights Being Eroded by the Federal Law of Accretion?

End Runs around Public Access Law and Policy

The Berthing of a Ship to a Jetty
A mathematical model has been developed that describes the behavior of a ship berthing to a jetty (or similar facility) and predicts the fender loads. Use is made of the so-called impulse...

Fendering Requirements/Design Fender Impact Criteria

Wave Tank Use In Small Boat Harbor Design, Newport News, Virginia

Fire Protection on Petroleum Jetty's


The Role of a State Geological Survey in Barrier Island Management: A Critical Link Between Research and Policy

Structure for Automatic Opening of Sediment Plugs

Rubble-Mound Structures as Artificial Reefs

Effects of the Charleston Harbor, S.C., Jetty Construction on Local Accretion and Erosion

Influence of a Jetty System on Tidal Inlet Stability and Morphology: Fort George Inlet, Florida

Littoral Drift and Erosion at Belle Pass, Louisiana
Channel enlargement and modifications to the jetties at Belle Pass, the mouth of Bayou Lafourche on the Gulf coast of Louisiana, had become necessary due to increased marine traffic by...

Bypassing Sand at Coastal Inlets
To reduce dredging requirements and to provide calm navigation channels, the U.S. Corps of Engineers often constructs jetties and breakwaters. These structures block sand drifting along...





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