Towers in Motion (available in Structural Engineering Special Section only)
Undersea towers are typically designed to rigidly resist the forces of water and wind. But one type of tower is designed to be flexible and, rather than rely on its platform strength to...

Vertical Contraction Scour at Bridges with Water Flowing Under Pressure Conditions

Interim Procedures for Pressure Flow Scour

Runup of Wind Waves on Riprap

Practical Approaches in Offshore Engineering

Design Considerations for Coastal Zone Exposed to Hurricane-Induced Wave Action

Integrating Nondestructive Evaluation Tools for Timber Inspection

Seismic Measurements to Investigate Disturbed Rock Zones

Seismic Performance of the Yerba Buena Island Tunnel

Comparison of Concentration Measurements with Well-Sorted and Bimodal Sand

Effect of Long Waves on Transport Rate Under Irregular Sheet Flow Conditions

Fluidization of the Sand Bed and Sediment Movement in the Surf Zone

Effect of Wave Breaking and Bed Friction on Suspended Sediment Concentration

Vertical and Horizontal Coherence Length Scales of Suspended Sediments

Influence of Wave Groups on Sand Re-Suspension over Bedforms in a Large Scale Wave Flume

Measurement and Modelling of Swash Hydrodynamics

Swash Zone Velocity and Volumetric Measurement Using a Simple Video Technique

Effect of Long Waves on Cross-Shore Sediment Transport Rates

Influence of Tidal Water Surface Fluctuations on Beach Profile Evolution

Relationship between On-Offshore Sediment Transport Rate on the Beach Face and Wave Energy





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