Hydraulic Analysis Using FESWMS-2DH of the State Route 76 and Hatchie River Crossing in Brownsville, Tennessee

Reduction of Illinois River Flood Stages by Converting a Few Selected Levee Districts to Managed Storage Areas

A Dynamic Traffic Assignment Model for User to Choose the Optimal Route

A Physically-Based Hydrologic Method for Flood Routing in River Channels

Flood Routing in Ungauged Reservoir Watersheds

Retrofitting for Flood Protection: A Status Report

Watershed Management Strategy for Lake Eutrophication Remediation Using a Cascade Routing Approach

Unguided Vehicle Surveillance to Support Route Guidance

Improving Real Time River Operation with Detailed Flow Routing

Routing of Tailings in a Stream Channel

A Simple Bed Armouring Algorithm for Graded Sediment Routing in Rivers

On the Importance of Mudflow Routing

One-Dimensional Routing of Mud/Debris Flows Using NWS FLDWAV Model

Medical Service Routing and Location Analysis for Freeway Emergency Needs

Real-Time Traffic Control for Alternative Route Guidance Systems Based on the Dynamic Assignment Model

An Analysis of Effect of Dynamic Traffic Information Considering Driver's En-Route Route Switches

An Extended Relaxation Technique for Unsteady Flows in Networks
A recent enhancement to the FLD WAY model is the addition of an extended relaxation technique for modeling unsteady flows in a dendritic (tree-type) network of channels with tributaries...

Two-dimensional Sheetflow Modeling for Wetland Restoration
The hydrologic-hydraulic behavior of wetlands and transitional upland-wetland areas on coastal flat terrains in the Cocohatchee Canal Watershed in Collier County, Florida was simulated...

An LPI Numerical Implicit Solution for Unsteady Mixed-Flow Simulation
A Local Partial Inertia (LPI) technique is developed as an option within the National Weather Service (NWS) FLDWAV dynamic flood routing model to enhance its capability to model unsteady...

Santa Clara River Fluvial Analysis
The Santa Clara River watershed, located in Los Angeles County, has been subject to rapid increases in population and urban development, resulting in channelization, new bridges, and increased...





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