Conflict in Water Management of James River, ND
Delivery of water from storage in Jamestown Reservoir to 898 acres of newly developed irrigation along the lower James River by the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation during the drought of 1988...

First Experience Concerning the Seismic Behaviour of an Electric Power System in Eastern North America
The November 25, 1988, Saguenay earthquake of magnitude MbLg=6.5 occurred in the province of Quebec, Canada....

Two Decades of Communications Systems Seismic Protection Improvements
Telecommunications systems in North America have gone through significant technology changes in the past twenty years. The electro-mechanical switching equipment has been replaced by electronic...

Philosophy for Treatment of High-Pressure Natural Gas Pipelines at Active Fault Crossings
Natural gas from fields in the overthrust belt of southwest Wyoming will be collected and transported to Southern California. The proposed Kern River Pipeline will transport gas to Daggett,...

Comparison of Traffic Signal Systems in Australia and North America
Dynamic coordinated traffic signal systems were developed in Australia in the 1970's, and are now installed in many countries. In contrast, strong interest in new generation...

Largest and Characteristic Earthquakes in the U.S. East of the Rocky Mountains
A new statistical procedure is proposed for the estimation of maximum earthquake magnitude M in intraplate regions. Starting from a historical catalog of events and a seismotectonic classification...

The Prefab Tunnel
Jacking a prefabricated concrete arch through a railroad embankment to provide a new access ramp to the Don Valley Parkway in Toronto was done for the first time in North America. In September...

Advances in Pipeline Materials and Design in Europe and North America
This paper presents an overview of various developments in materials technology and design procedures in the Western Hemisphere over the last 20 years. Some projections for anticipated...

Estimating Earthquake Sizes in the Basin and Range Province, Western North America: Perspectives Gained from Historical Earthquakes
Thirty eight historical earthquake from the Basin and Range province were used to examine three aspects of earthquake size and behavior: 1) the maximum background earthquake, 2) earthquake...

The Truss-Beam and Space Technology
A method is presented herein to determine the dynamic characteristics of truss-beam systems for both planar and space structures. Results from this approach are compared with those of...

Meta-Site: Water Distribution System Analysis Software
Many local municipalities now require a network analysis for all proposed additions to their water distribution systems. A graphically oriented, user-friendly program is being developed...

Reliance on Structural Controls for Water Supply Protection in Urbanizing Watersheds
The watershed is the source of pollutants which can contaminate the water supply reservoir. It is far preferable to implement an affordable watershed management plan that keeps contaminants...

Numerical Modeling of the Vertical Salinity Distribution in Coastal Canals
A two dimensional (laterally averaged) numerical model of estuarine circulation has been developed for the prediction of the vertical salinity distribution in coastal canals. The model...

Nonpoint Pollution Management Plans for Multijurisdictional Watersheds: Case Study of Successful North Carolina Programs

Soil Water Movement in Glacial Till: A Case Study in Central South Dakota
Between 1985 and 1987, the CENDAK Drainage Steering Committee conducted several investigations to assess the drainage needs for a proposed large-scale irrigation project in central South...

Advances in Pipeline Materials
Pipelines transport water, storm run-off, process wastes, petroleum, natural gas, slurries, solids, sewage, steam and other fluids either by gravity or under pressure. Pipelines are also...

Use of Scrap Tires to Harness Wave Energy
A 2.5 meter diameter wave powered pump, fabricated from scrap tires was tested from May 24, 1988 to October 1988 in the Atlantic Ocean at the North Carolina Army Corp of Engineers Waterways...

Power Conditioning Options for Variable-Speed Ocean Energy Conversion Systems
As part of a recent wave energy feasibility study for the coast of North Carolina (SEASUN Power Systems, 1988), a survey was conducted of power conditioning and transmission technology....

Cooperation in Counter-Pollution Response: The European Approach

Anchoring a Dam
To comply with Federal Energy Regulatory Commission requirements with regard to stability under a postulated Probable Maximum Flood, an extensive foundation investigation and stability...

 

 

 

 

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