Time-Dependent Reliability and Hazard Function Development for Navigation Structures in the Ohio River Mainstream System Study

Monitoring and Modeling Bio-Available Phosphorus in an Effluent Dominated River

Congestion Management System: Central Ohio Experience

Catchy Culverts
Franklin County, Ohio, installed box culverts in Norman Ditch to prevent flooding of surrounding homes, streets and sewer lines after heavy storms. The design team, given tight deadlines...

Reaeration Measurements Using a Methane Tracer at Six Dams in the Ohio River Basin

Balancing Act (Available only in Geoenvironmental Special Issue)
On March 9, 1996, at the Rumpke sanitary landfill near Cincinnati, a precariously overbuilt waste slope collapsed and more than 20 acres of waste slammed into an adjacent excavation site....

Grand Gusset Failure
In May 1996, structural failure forced the closure of twin 850 ft long arched truss bridges, each carrying two lanes of interstate traffic over the Grand River, 30 mi east of Cleveland....

Rock `N' Roll in Cleveland
A glass tent, a cylinder perched on a single column, a collection of squares, rectangles, triangles and circles were amassed in and around a 167 ft tall tower by architect I.M. Pei to...

Construction Through Crude Oil
When the Hilltop Interceptor project in Cleveland confronted oil-saturated sandstone, designers had to rethink their shaft construction and support procedures. Among the hazards were volatile...

Returning Veteran
The Veteran's Memorial Bridge on the Cuyahoga River is a vital link in the transportation system of Cleveland and a gateway to the city's downtown area. But time...

Treatment of Wet Weather Discharges in Columbus, Georgia
The City of Columbus, Georgia and the Columbus Water Works (CWW) instigated a combined sewer overflow (CS 0) control program to protect the Chattahoochee River against adverse impacts...

Drought Experiences of Ohio and Their Applications in the DAR-JAI River Basin of Taiwan
The shortage of water due to droughts could cause tremendous environmental and economical impacts to the affected area such as the unsuitability for aquatic life and the inadequacy for...

Field Measurements of Streambed Scour at Bridge Piers in Ohio
Field measurements made from 1989 to 1994 were evaluated to characterize pier scour at 21 bridge sites in Ohio. Pier scour was observed at sites in 45 of 47 real-time scour measurements....

Immobilization of Metals and Solids Transported in Urban Pavement Runoff
Urban areas in North America continue to grow in size and population. With this growth is an increase in automotive traffic, roadway pavement and deleterious anthropogenic constituents....

McAlpine Intake Model Study for Innovative Lock Design
The McAlpine Locks and Dam Project is located on the Ohio River near Louisville Kentucky. Construction of an additional 33.53-m-wide (110 ft) by 365.76-m-long (1200 ft) navigation lock...

Filling and Emptying System Model Study for the Innovative Lock Design
Funding constraints have generated innovative ideas regarding the hydraulic system of proposed navigation locks. Two fundamental questions addressed in the innovative lock design study...

Design of a Floodplain Road Crossing Using Two Dimensional Modeling
A two dimensional hydraulic model (FESWMS) is prepared to evaluate flood conditions for the Canal Parkway Project, located in western Maryland. The parkway includes a 32 meter bridge replacement...

Alluring Approach
A new bridge over the White River in Columbus, Ind., is a unique, architecturally appealing cable-stay, concrete-and-steel structure. The bridge satisfies municipal officials'...

Grouting Through a River
A regional sewer district in Ohio is implementing a master plan to separate storm and sanitary flows, decommission some old treatment plants and upgrade others. Part of the plan, the West...

Columbus Clear Wells
At an average of 8 million gal. each, six new clear wells at the Hap Cremean Water Plant in Columbus, Ohio represent the largest post-tensioned, reinforced concrete noncircular tanks ever...

 

 

 

 

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