Innovations and Practical Procedures for Hydraulic Model Applications in Bridge Scour Evaluations

Modeling Cross-Shore Sediment Transport at Different Scales Using Equilibrium Beach Profile Theory

Distributed Snow Process Model for Use with Hydrologic Engineering Center's Hydrologic Modeling System (HEC-HMS)

Application of Modeling and Simulation for Airport Systems

Landside Simulations of Washington National Airport

Mitigation of a Beach-Fill Hot Spot, Monmouth Beach, New Jersey

Modelling of Barrier-Spit System Evolution at Decadal Scale

Comparison of Complete Modeling/Simplified Modeling of Zaragoza City Water Supply Network
(No paper) Zaragoza is a Spanish city with 600.000 inhabitants and a water supply network of 900km long. The Council technical services uses a Microstation based GIS, GRED, for network...

Probabilistic Nonlinear Computer Model for Reinforced Glulams

The Joint Committee on Structural Safety (JCSS) Probabilistic Model Code for New and Existing Structures

Development of a Sediment Budget for the West and Southwest Coasts of Barbados

Dynamic Testing of Cable-Stayed Bridges

Constitutive Modelling of Concrete in Numerical Simulation of Anchoring Technology

Airport Modeling and Simulation
This proceedings, Airport Modeling and Simulation contains papers presented at the conference held in Arlington, Virginia, August 17-20, 1997....

Geomorphic Factors in Tidal Waterway Hydraulic Modeling

HEC-RAS Hydraulic and Scour Analysis of Ten Mile River Bridge Under the Caltrans Seismic Retrofit Program

In Situ Estimation of Soil Hydraulic Properties Using Inverse Modeling

Determination of Bridge Scour Velocity in an Estuary

Cost-Effective Risk-Based In Situ Bioremediation Design
(No paper) Risk-based corrective action (RBCA) is rapidly becoming the method of choice for remediating contaminated groundwater sites, particularly for contaminants such as petroleum...

Evaluation of Two-Species Model for Chlorine Decay and THM Formation under Rechlorination Conditions
(No paper) Typically, chlorine decay has been described by a first-order decay model. The first-order model, however, has two drawbacks: 1) the reactive species within the water is assumed...





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