Pier Scour in Resistant Materials: Current Research on Erosive Power

Initiation of Debris Flows in Tributaries of the Colorado River in Grand Canyon, Arizona

Debris-Flow Solid-Phase Formation

Retaining Function of Open-Type Sabo Dams

Modern Dimension Stone Quarrying and Fabrication Technologies

Stone Exposure Test Wall at NIST

Mechanical Characterization of Natural Building Stone

Constitutive Models for Stone Deterioration

Natural Stone Described as a Microcracked Solid

Evaluation of Stone Cladding Anchorages on Precast Concrete Building Panels

Laboratory Evaluation of Building Stone Weathering

Edge Spalling in Thin Stone Cladding

Assuring the Durability of Stone Facades in New Construction

Degradation of Natural Building Stone
This proceedings, Degradation of Natural Building Stone represents an effort to collate the various disciplines working in the area of building...

Historic Downtown Dilemma (Available only in Structural Engineering special issue)
Many older commercial masonry buildings built of locally quarried stone or fired brick in downtown areas suffer from roof leaks. Because a studwall cavity often is located between the...

Rock `N' Roll in Cleveland
A glass tent, a cylinder perched on a single column, a collection of squares, rectangles, triangles and circles were amassed in and around a 167 ft tall tower by architect I.M. Pei to...

Construction Through Crude Oil
When the Hilltop Interceptor project in Cleveland confronted oil-saturated sandstone, designers had to rethink their shaft construction and support procedures. Among the hazards were volatile...

Features of a Chevron Weir Rock Ramp
This paper presents the features of a new type of low profile grade control structure, the chevron weir rock ramp. As the name infers, the planform of the structure is in the shape of...

Rock Riprap for Grade Control
Rock chutes (riprap channels on steep slopes) are used as grade control structures to safely conduct a water flow to a lower elevation. Common procedures used for design of rock riprap...

Scour in Erodible Rock II: Erosive Power at Bridge Piers
Scour depths around bridge piers founded on erodible rock can be determined by making use of the Erodibility Index Method. This method defmes an erosion threshold by relating the erosive...

 

 

 

 

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