Slurry Wall Construction in Deep Mined Area

Stone Exposure Test Wall at NIST

Historic Upgrades in San Francisco
The 1989 Loma Prieta earthquake seriously damaged many of the historical buildings that compose the San Francisco Civic Center complex. As the complex serves as a critical cultural and...

In Situ Remediation of the Geoenvironment
The progress in the development and implementation of techniques for the remediation of contaminated soil and ground water has been and continues to be rapid. These proceedings focus on...

An Evaluation of Laboratory Test Results for the U.S. Gypsum Sight and Sound Screen System
The highway innovative Technology Evaluation Center (HITEC) serves as a clearinghouse for implementing highway innovation by providing nationally focused, collaborative evaluations of...

Wonderwall
A Superfund site near Seattle was surrounded by a 2,200-ft-long soil-bentonite wall to keep contaminants from entering nearby water sources. An earlier remediation effort had failed to...

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...

Re-engineering Cowboy Heaven (Available only in Focus on Structures Special Edition)
On a wooded hill overlooking the north end of Oklahoma City sits one of the foremost repositories of this country's Western heritage, the National Cowboy Hall of Fame. Contained...

Translucent Structural Beacon
In East Los Angeles some 2,000 children, teens and adults are accessing their future inside a building that is as high-tech as the computers they are using to learn. The 40,000 sq ft building...

Slowly-varying Components of Hydrodynamic Field at the Wall of Breakwater of Gdańsk North Port

Wave Overtopping and Pressure Dependent on Crest Elevation

A Morphology Model to Predict Erosion Near a Seawall

Seismic Base Isolation Study for a Kentucky Building

Building Codes and Natural Disasters - 2 Case Studies

The Kobe Earthquake: Performance of Engineered Buildings

Testing of Prestressed Clay-Brick Walls

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

McAlpine Intake Model Study for Innovative Lock Design
The McAlpine Locks and Dam Project is located on the Ohio River near Louisville Kentucky. Construction of an additional 33.53-m-wide (110 ft) by 365.76-m-long (1200 ft) navigation lock...

 

 

 

 

Return to search