Improving Airport Gate Usage with Critical Path
The supply of adequate gate space, particularly during peak hours, has become a concern at many airports. The turnaround operation of passenger aircraft was examined with the aim of finding...

Sediment Measurement Techniques: E. Airborne Sediment
Measuring sensors and collectors and analysis methods for measuring and analyzing aerial dusts are presented. Plastic sheets, trays, and cups; glass beakers; outer cylinders of raingages;...

Surge Problems in Canals with High-Lift Locks
Investigations for new navigation canals and rehabilitation of existing canals are leading to larger lock sizes and higher lifts. In order to maintain a high traffic capacity and a short...

Power Generation Under IJC Regulation
The criteria used for developing Lake Ontario regulation plans are given. Regulation plans have evolved as experience has been gained resulting in better use of the water resource. Flexibility...

Economics of Parking Structures at Airports
Multi level structures for parking automobiles are required to maintain acceptable walking distances to passenger terminals. The trend to parking structures for other enterprises is creating...

Computer Analysis of Underground Frames
A special purpose computer program developed for the design of plane concrete frames as are commonly encountered in underground structures such as subways is described. A number of special...

Distribution of Work Trips in Toronto
Study of gravity model of trip distribution; method for adjusting predicted zone-to-zone flows, is presented in computationally more efficient form; it is shown that in case of exponential...

Experiences with Canadian Varved Clays
Location of varved clays and mode of formation at specific sites in Ontario; case histories of pore-water pressures measured during embankment construction, developed during pile driving...

Hydrology of Lake Ontario
Physical and climatological features of Lake Ontario basin; effects of climate and topography on supply of water into Lake Ontario; factors causing variation in water supplies; seasonal...

Evaluation of Alternative Subway Routes
Description of practical automatic computer method of assigning passenger trips to proposed traffic facility; application of method to proposed subway systems in Metropolitan Toronto;...

Evaluation of Alternative Subway Routes
Description of practical automatic computer method of assigning passenger trips to proposed traffic facility; application of method to proposed subway systems in Metropolitan Toronto;...

Public Transit Improvements in Toronto
Transit developments in Toronto during past century; recently city turned to rapid transit with construction of first subway in Canada; results during first 5 yr of initial venture in...

Evaporation of Lake Ontario
Precipitation falling over surface of Great Lakes is considerably less than precipitation falling on adjacent land areas; evaporation computed by water budget method is reduced in same...

Hydrology of Lake Ontario
Physical and climatological features of Lake Ontario basin; effects of climate and topography on supply of water into Lake Ontario; factors causing variation in water supplies; seasonal...

High-Lift Construction Methods for Mass Concrete
High-lift method of concrete placement has been applied successfully by Ontario Hydro, since 1930 to series of structures ranging in height to maximum of 240 ft; all evidence from crack...

The Welland Canal
Canal connects Lake Erie to Lake Ontario, difference in elevation of 326.5 ft, and provides channel 25 ft deep and locks to accommodate vessels up to 735 ft long, so that navigation may...

Regulation of Lake Ontario
Description of physical characteristics of Great Lakes and hydrology of Lake Ontario; regulation studies of Great Lakes during past half century outlined; latest international studies...

Road Development in Ontario
In 1957-58 fiscal year Ontario is spending $234,315,000 on provincial highways and on subsidies for municipal roads and streets; results of engineering study which estimates highway needs...

The Welland Canal
Canal connects Lake Erie to Lake Ontario, difference in elevation of 326.5 ft, and provides channel 25 ft deep and locks to accommodate vessels up to 735 ft long, so that navigation may...

Water Intakes in the Niagara River and Lake Ontario
Water supply intakes for Town of Tonawanda, NY, located on Niagara River and City of Oswego, NY, located on Lake Ontario; Tonawanda completed and put into operation its new water plant,...

 

 

 

 

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