Analysis of Air Permeability Tests at Yucca Mountain, Nevada

Degradation of Carboxydiphenyl Ether via Bioaugmentation
Two diphenyl ether-degrading bacteria, Pseudomonas pseudo-alcallgenes strain POB31O and P. sp....

Portable Flumes with Adjustable Throats
Vertically adjustable flumes for canal flow measurements address several problems in field practice. One involves the perception by some canal water users that flumes and weirs always...

Maryland SHA's Procedure for Assessing Existing Bridges for Scour Vulnerability and for Rating Unknown Foundations
The Maryland State Highway Administration developed a recommended screening procedure for rating existing bridges for Item 113, Scour Critical Bridges, in the National Bridge Inventory...

Urbanization and Hydrologic Consequences in Simi Valley, California
Regressional analysis of historical hydrological data including rainfall and runoff data reveal that although there has not been a significant temporal change in the amount of rainfall...

Developing a Rating Table for the Central Diversion Dam Radial Gates
The Central Nebraska Public Power and Irrigation District uses radial gates for flow control throughout its system. The rating tables for five radial gates on a diversion dam are in error,...

Discharge Characteristics of Overshot Gates
Overshot gates are becoming increasingly popular for controlling water levels in open channels because of the ability of the gates to handle flow surges with limited depth changes. While...

Evaluating Hydraulic Roughness in Tunnels
Much of the data presented in the literature on measured friction losses in tunnels are given in terms of the Darcy-Weisbach f or Manning's...

Designing Concrete Culverts to Resist Scour Damage
Concrete culverts have been used for over 100 years. In this period, the main design concern centered on structural and hydraulic adequacy of the culvert. Scour is a relatively recent...

Optimal Sizing of Width- and Depth-Constrained Trapezoidal Channels
Open-channels are often designed based on the assumption of uniform flow and normal depth. If a channel is to be lined with a nonerodible material, the dimensions of the channel can be...

Viscoelastic Modeling of Paper

Application of Neural Networks for the Performance Evaluation of Bridges

Low Temperature Performance Rating Criteria for Lubrication Greases

Review of Factors Affecting In Situ Air Sparging

Designing SVE to Remove Volatile LNAPLs

Characterization and Remediation of a Fuel Oil Plume

Importance of Strain Rate and Temperature Effects in Geotechnical Engineering

Strain Rate and Structuring Effects on the Compressibility of a Young Clay

Rate and Creep Effect on the Stiffness of Soils

Strain Rate Effects on Stress-Strain Behaviour of Clay as Observed in Monotonic and Cyclic Triaxial Tests

 

 

 

 

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