Two-Dimensional Ethanol Floods of Toluene in Homogeneous, Unconfined Aquifer Media

Successful Operation of an In Situ Remediation System

Combining In Situ Technologies in Low-Permeability Soil, A Case Study

Soil Vapor Extraction to Correct a Gasoline Release in Discontinuous Basalt

BTEX Biodegradation in Fractured Shale

Biopulsing: An In Situ Aeration Remediation Strategy

In-Situ Radio Frequency Heating for Remediation of Soil and Groundwater Contamination

Performance Evaluations and Incentive Programs for Estimators and Project Managers in Electrical Construction

Inspection/Quality Control Issues for Residential Energy Efficient Construction

For Whom the Bugs Toil
Bioventing is soil ventilation intended to enhance the biodegradation of petroleum hydrocarbon contaminants in soils by providing a supply of oxygen. Soil microbes are capable of consuming...

In Situ Remediation of the Geoenvironment
The progress in the development and implementation of techniques for the remediation of contaminated soil and ground water has been and continues to be rapid. These proceedings focus on...

Manufactured Gas Plants: Yesterday's Pride, Today's Liability
Manufactured gas plants were the pride of the industrialized world until cleaner, natural gas pipelines were built beginning in the 1930s. Most gas plants had closed by the 1960s, leaving...

Electric Power Systems
This section discusses major components and subsystems of electric power systems. Also present is a guide for performing a post-earthquake investigation of electric power facilities, including...

Natural Gas Systems
This section provides an overview of natural gas systems, including their major components and subsystems. Also present is a guide for a post-earthquake investigation of gas systems....

Emergency Power Systems
This section provides an overview of emergency power systems, including components and subsystems. Also present is a guide for a post-earthquake investigation of emergency power systems....

Pipeline Needs, Technology Opportunities for Natural Gas Transmission Systems

Pipeline Research Needs

Using Artificial Intelligence to Reduce High Fuel Consumption in Congested Cities

The Modelling of Plunging Breakers by the Introduction of a K-I Turbulence Closure Model

One-Dimensional Modelling of Individual Breaking Waves





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