Selection of Sediment Transport Relations: Part II, Ranges of Dimensionless Numbers
With a large number of sediment transport equations claiming to be applicable within various ranges of hydraulic and sediment parameters, engineers are often faced with the dilemma of...

Construction of Performance Contours on the Storage-Yield Plane of a Within-Year Reservoir System
The reservoir storage-reliability-yield (S-R-Y) relationships developed in the past have considered only the probability of failure to meet the target requirements, but not the likely...

Design Guidelines for UV Disinfection Facilities
Current design methods for UV disinfection facilities depend largely on experience with minimum input design variables, such as water UV transmittance and required disinfection efficiency....

Numerical Modeling of Flows in Ultraviolet Disinfection Channels
Current design methods for UV disinfection facilities depend largely on experience with minimum input design variables, such as water UV transmittance and required disinfection efficiency....

Implementing a Successful Conjunctive Use Program
Over the past decade, water planners have come to the agreement that conjunctive use is a good strategy to help meet present and ftiture water needs. Storing water underground has many...

Wetland Restoration in Southern North Sea Coastal Areas: The Experience of Britain and The Netherlands
Over the past 500 years, extensive reclamation of tidal wetland areas in the lowlands surrounding the Southern North Sea has taken place. In the Netherlands, reclamation has been an essential...

Groundwater Recharge with Reclaimed Water Another Step Closer to Potable Reuse
California.s water supply is becoming increasingly unreliable, and investments to make water more reliable must be seriously investigated. In this arid region of Southern California, reclaimed...

Economic Impact of Managing Sea Water Intrusion
Sea water intrusion into a coastal aquifer may result from continued over extraction of the aquifer. In many coastal communities, sea water intrusion has led to artificial recharge programs...

San Francisco International Airport Light Rail System

Crossing of MacDonald Ranch Wash in Southern Nevada

Artificial Intelligence and Intelligent Transportation Systems

Operation and Maintenance of Ground Water Facilities
The objective of this manual, Operation and Maintenance of Ground Water Facilities (Manual 86), is to point out the many factors that need...

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...

Field Testing & Evaluating Carbon Cable Prestressed Pile

On Target: The Arrowhead East and West Tunnels
Two new water tunnels in Southern California will feature continuous impermeable linings, extensive probing and grouting, and unique seismic sections to minimize damage in fault zones...

Portland's Light Rail Goes Underground
A 29-km extension of Portland's first modern light rail system nears completion. The extension includes a 4.6 km twin-tunnel section and the deepest transit station in North...

Integrating Logic Programming and CAD Systems for Modeling Structural Systems

Urban Wastewater Management in Southern Jiangsu

Preservation and Enhancement of Riverine Corridors in Southeastern Wisconsin: Historic Overview and Current Practice

Implementing an Artificial Recharge Program in an Alluvial Ground Water Basin in Southern California

 

 

 

 

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