Who is the Civil Engineering Reader?
ASCE commissioned a marketing firm to survey Civil Engineering readers. The questionnaire offered them a chance to candidly express their feelings, about the magazine as well as the state...

Monumental Restorations
Modern nondestructive field surveys and state-of-the-art static dynamic monitoring systems provide important information for historical renovations while ensuring that the structure remains...

Land Use Analysis and Water Surface Profile of Sims Bayou Bridges

Inverse Modeling of Field Tracer Data to Characterize DNAPL Contamination

Internet-Based Monitoring of Remote Instrumented Structures: Java Applets Etc.

Advanced Strain Measurement Using Fiber Optic Grating Sensors for Civil Structure Applications

Fiber Optic Bridge Deck Chloride Detection

Application of Virtual Prototyping to Bridge Deck Deterioration

Automated Monitoring at Tolt Dam
As dams age, maintenance needs and safety concerns increase. Dam safety officials are placing greater emphasis on automated instrumentation, monitoring and reporting systems. A look at...

Mapping with a Differential
A southern New Jersey landfill is using Differential Global Positioning System topographic surveying to cut costs and turnaround time on annual mapping and volume certification. Modern...

A New Approach to Network Wide Turning Movement Surveys

Theory and Applications of Integrated Fiber Optic Sensors in Structures

Pseudo-Heterodyne Demodulation Technique for Fiber Bragg Grating Sensors: Application in Simultaneous Measurement of Temperature and Strain

Speckle-Field-Intensity Optical Fiber Strain Sensor

Micromechanics Based Design of Optical Fiber Crack Sensor

Stress Analysis of Bond for Integrated Optical Fiber Sensors

Optical Analysis of Methods to Influence the Stress Distribution in Hoppers

High Dam Stabilization: City and State Reap Benefits

Developing a Management Plan for Alkali-Aggregate Reaction in Dams

Reaeration Measurements Using a Methane Tracer at Six Dams in the Ohio River Basin

 

 

 

 

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