Design Criteria for Submarine Pipeline Crossings
This laboratory investigation of pipeline crossings of alluvial streams shows that the rate of scour above the pipe varies as the dimensionless shear stress which is a function of the...

Bank Stabilization in Susquehanna River Basin
Streambank erosion is a major problem in the Susquehanna River Basin and results in continual losses or deterioration of productive lands through progressive scouring or natural channel...

On Wave Damping in Harbors
To obtain quietness within a harbor enclosure it is necessary to prevent energy from entering or, to dampen it after it enters. Small craft are responsive to short period waves, which...

Snake River Bank Stabilization
The Snake River in Idaho and Wyoming has annual floods that approximate 20,000 cfs. Stream beds have steep gradients, are composed of clean, sandy gravels and there is heavy bedload movement...

Foreshore Protection, Lower Mississippi River
Progressive increase in volume and speed of river traffic has created severe low water wavewash problems along the Mississippi River below New Orleans. Related problems are developing...

Stable Concrete Blocks on Rubble-Mound Breakwater
Laboratory tests to prove effect of rubble mounts that are covered with 2 layers of hollow-square and hollow-tetrahedron armor units on attenuation of shock pressures and wave overtopping...

Laboratory Investigation of Rubble-Mound Breakwaters
Tests to determine stability characteristics of various armor-unit shapes; new stability formula for rubble breakwaters was derived, which provides essential information for improved design;...

Laboratory Investigation of Rubble-Mound Breakwaters
Tests to determine stability characteristics of various armor-unit shapes; new stability formula for rubble breakwaters was derived, which provides essential information for improved design;...

The Hydraulic Design of Stilling Basins: Small Basins for Pipe or Open Channel Outlets - No Tail Water Required (Basin VI)
An impact-type stilling basin is developed which will handle 21 to 340 cubic feet per second. No tail water is required and incoming velocities may be as great as 30 feet per second. General...

 

 

 

 

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