Surface Water Quality in Coal Regions of Ohio

Reconstruction of Cleveland's Light Rail System

Field and Laboratory Determination of Soil Moduli
A field geophysical investigation was performed to determine the shear and Young's moduli as a function of depth for a site in southern Ohio. This investigation included crosshole,...

Trace Organics Monitoring of the Ohio River

Feasibility of Five Low-Head Hydro Projects
Studies were performed under a Department of Energy (DOE) grant program to assess the feasibility of installing low-head hydroelectric generating facilities at the following five existing...

Economic Model for Urban Watersheds
Urban flooding and drainage problems are the result of complex interactions between natural and man-made systems. Comprehensive analysis of the hydrologic and economic characteristics...

Lake Erie Airport—Status Update
A 6-yr study of need analysis, feasibility and site selection for a new major hub airport for northeast Ohio has been completed. The study included the evaluation of land sites with an...

Citizens and Project Design: Management Team
The presence of a swampy, largely undeveloped area near downtown Toledo, Ohio has had an adverse effect on the social and economic conditions in the surrounding neighborhoods. In 1971,...

Republic Steel Recycling Over 85% of Wastewater from Steel Mill
At its hot-rolling mill in Canton, Ohio, Republic Steel is recycling over 85% of the wastewater it produces. The wastewater contains suspended particles of scale and oils and greases....

ADAPT: The Use of Complex Models with a Geographic Data Base

The CEIP: An Ohio Perspective

Cost of Environmental Impact Statements
The results of a survey designed to determine the approximate percentage of design and construction cost spent for the preparation and processing of Environmental Impact Statements is...

$20 Million for Billet Grinding Eliminates Waste
Republic Steel Corp. invested $20,000,000 in the world's largest billet grinding facility for conditioning steel, in Canton, Ohio. It was nominated for the 1979 Outstanding...

Water Management Improves with Systems Application
The Marsh Run watershed project (in north-central Ohio) is a landmark example of applying systems principles to water resource management. Designed in the 1950's and completed...

Combined Sewer Overflow Treatment — Cleveland, Ohio

Fish Growth and Plankton Response to Attempted Intrafertilization of a Small Ohio Lake Using Artificial Circulation

Creep Deformation of Clays
Measurement of stress-strain-time behavior of clays was made by means of drained triaxial tests. Undisturbed samples of glacial deposits near Cleveland, a plastic clay from Nevada, and...

Behavior of Buried Concrete Pipe
The principles of soil-structure interaction, facilitated by the advent of high speed digital computers and the finite element method, have been applied to develop a mathematical model...

Cost of Delays in Construction
The results of a survey designed to determine the percentage of construction cost spent for delays due to governmental regulations is presented. In addition, the corresponding average...

Power Development and Water Allocation in Ohio River Basin
Widespread adoption of evaporative cooling towers will significantly increase water consumption by power plants over the coming decades. The analysis presented includes consideration of...

 

 

 

 

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