Parallel Performance of a Meshless Method for Wind Engineering Simulations

An Approximate Method for Assessment of Seismic Damage on Buildings

A Finite Element Damage Model for the Evaluation and Rehabilitation of Brick Masonry Shear Walls

Ductile Masonry Construction in California

Seismic Resistance of Partially-Grouted Masonry Shear Walls

Maximum Shear Strengths of Reinforced Concrete Structures

Development of a Large-Scale Tidal Circulation Model for the Mediterranean, Adriatic and Aegean Seas

Simulating the Transport of an Algae Bloom off the West Coast of Vancouver Island

Numerical Simulation of Internal Kelvin Waves with Z-level and Sigma Level Models

Application of the Model SPECIES to Kaneohe Bay, Oahu, Hawaii

Optimal Fitting of a Model to Observations of Sediment Concentration in the Irish Sea

Shear Dispersion in the Benthic Boundary Layer

New Jersey Nearshore Hypoxia During the Summer 1976

Three-Dimensional Modeling of Wind-Driven Upwelling of Anoxic Bottom Water `A-oshio' in Tokyo Bay

Overview of the US Army Corps of Engineers Flood Control Channels Research Program
The objective of the Flood Control Channels Research Program, currently being conducted at the US Army Engineer Waterways Experiment Station, is to develop design guidance and systematic...

Numerical Modeling of Water Flow over Porous Media
The momentum transport phenomena at the interface of porous media and fluid are numerically investigated. The single domain approach is used with matching boundary conditions; i.e., the...

Synchronized Measurements of Bed-Shear Stress and Flow Velocity in Open Channels with Simulated Vegetation
Synchronized measurements of shear stresses at the bed and velocities both within and above a simulated plant canopy in an open-channel flow are presented. Traditional (hot-film sensors)...

Contraction Scour at Bridges: Analytic Model for Coarse-Bed Channels
Contraction scour at bridges spanning coarse-bed channels is evaluated based on mass conservation of both water and transported sediment between a reference channel section near the crossing...

Two- and Three-Dimensional Hydrodynamic Modeling of the Salton Sea, California
The Salton Sea, the largest surface water body in California, faces a myriad of problems related to rapidly changing water levels, rising salinity, accelerated eutrophication, fish kills,...

Sediment Erosion Rate in the Baltimore Harbor
In-situ erosion experiments were conducted at four selected sites in the Baltimore harbor in May 1995 using the VIMS Sea Carousel. The measurements showed that the erosion rate decreased...





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