Geotechnical Instrumentation for a Megaproject

Displacements of Structures and BART Tunnels Caused by Construction of MUNI Metro Turnback in San Francisco

Utilization of Lagoon-Stored Lime in Embankment Construction
The maximum percentage of lime that can be mixed with a predetermined borrow material to build the proposed road embankment without adversely affecting the physical and mechanical properties...

Quarry Conversion
All over the country, old landfills are filling rapidly, and potential new sites—and public support for them—are in short supply. Cities are faced with increasing solid waste disposal...

Pioneers in Soil Mechanics: The Harvard/MIT Heritage

Measurement of Displacement Field by Matching Method and Observation of Strain Localization in Soft Rock

Numerical Image Processing in Centrifuge Testing

Interferometric Imaging Using Holographic and Speckle Techniques:(II) Impact in Civil Engineering

Transparent Soils to Image 3D Flow and Deformations

High-Performance Powder
The application of fundamental principles related to the composition, the making, and the thermal treatment of concrete resulted in the development of a new type of concrete with outstanding...

Securing the Stone
To prevent spalling at edges on thin stone veneer, engineers who design stone cladding pay special attention to the connection details. Kerf clips, 100-150 mm long, that distribute load...

Seismic Guidelines for Port Infrastructure Components

Displacement Based Criteria for the Design of Pile Supported Wharf Structures

Investigation of the Properties of a New Continuum Theory through Finite Differences

Modified Deflection Ratio Procedures for Backcalculation of Concrete Pavements

High-Tech Text
ASCE is involved in two high-tech initiatives that will bring information to engineers in new ways. An interactive textbook for fluid mechanics courses incorporates many advanced visual...

Proposed Pier Scour Procedure for Rock Formations

The Erodibility Index: Practical Aspects

Application of Deformable Stream Bank Concepts to Natural Channel Design

River Bed Deformation Computed from Shear Stress

 

 

 

 

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