Industry Standards for Erosion Control Products—Future Tools for Civil Engineers
In 1990, the International Erosion Control Association (IECA) formed a Cooperative Standards Program (CSP), directed by the IECA Committee on Standards. The purpose of the CSP is to develop...

Restoration of Abandoned Meanders on the Middle Fork Forked Deer River, Tennessee
The Middle Fork Forked Deer River in western Tennessee historically had a sinuous course within a wide floodplain. In the early 1900's, local interests dug large straight...

On Silt Abrasion Erosion of Three Gorges Hydraulic Turbine in the Future
In this paper the basic parameters of Three Gorges hydraulic turbine have been reviewed and the operation characteristics of Three Gorges hydropower Station pointed out. Combined with...

The Use of Hydrologic Budget Techniques in Assessing Site Suitability for Wetland Creation
This paper discusses the general concepts and benefits of using of hydrologic budget techniques to describe the typical hydrologic conditions that might be expected at prospective site...

Laboratory Evaluation of a Conductivity Probe for Scour Monitoring
Laboratory tests were used to evaluate the ability of conductivity sensors to measure streambed elevation. Tests were completed on a 2.1-m probe with a resolution of about 8 cm that was...

Riprap and Concrete Armor to Prevent Pier Scour
Local scour is not a product of recent times or modern building practices. The annals of the Institute of Civil Engineers, in London, contain references throughout the 1800s and early...

Modelling of a Heater Experiment in a Saturated Granite with Thermoporoelastic Source Singularities

Fundamental Thermal Mechanical Modeling of Gas-Filled Porous Composites

Modelling of Thermal-Hydrological-Mechanical Processes in a Discrete Joint

Elastic Moduli of a Bond Model for Reinforced Concrete

Dynamic Sub-Structure Method in Time Domain Using Analytical Representation of Dynamic Stiffness of Soil

Biaxial Mechanical Behavior of Bovine Pericardium as a Bioprosthetic Material

Pulsatile Flow Circuitry for Dynamic Study of a Volume Plethysmograph

A Proposed Poroelastic Model for Hydraulic Fracturing Breakdown Pressure in Porous Rocks

Cracks in Poroelastic Materials with a Highly Anisotropic Fluid Response

Equivalent Strength of Porous Fractured Rock

A Unified Description of Soil Behavior

Fiber Sensors for Damage Detection on Large Structures and for Assessment of Deformation Behavior of Cementitious Materials

Fluid Pressure Polarization and Effective Response of Fluid-Saturated Materials with Cavities of Various Shapes

Reduction of Structural Response by Energy Dissipation Devices Modelled on Shape Memory Materials





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