Early Warning System
The Rock Hazard Rating System (RHRS) can help highway owners mitigate the risks of rock slope failure. This system helps owners determine which slopes are most hazardous and should be...

Theoretical Framework for Network Reliability Assessment of Highway Systems under an Earthquake Environment

Further Studies on the Reduction of Seismic Risk in Highway Networks with Limited Resources

Lifelines Interaction Effects on the Earthquake Emergency Response of Fire Department in Tehran Metropolis

Earthquake Performance of Highway System in Tokyo

Oil Spill Detection in the Norwegian Sea Using Spaceborne Synthetic Apeture Radar (SAR) Imagery

A Safer Route
More than 42,000 people died in transportation-related incidents in 1997, making motor vehicle accidents the leading cause of death for individuals between age one and 34. Engineers are...

Roadway and Curbside Traffic Simulation for Las Vegas McCarran International Airport

SPSA/SIMMOD Optimization of Air Traffic Delay Cost

Micro Use of SIMMOD for On-Airport Problem Solving

Development of an Air Traffic Flow Prediction and Display System

Forecasting Trans-Pacific Air Traffic by Grey Model

Hierarchy/Types of Airport Models and Simulation

Modeling of Airport Hub Operations

Evolution and Future of SIMMOD

Sky High
The increasing demand for personal communication services (PCS), such as digital cell phones and pagers, as well as digital television (DTV), has created new challenges for creating and...

Rebuilding History
Deterioration of the second-oldest multiple-arch masonry viaduct in the country—in Canton, Mass.—threatened its ability to continue carrying Amtrak's Northeast Corridor trains,...

Riding the Rail
Spurred by decaying or overcrowded roads, communities across the U.S. are planning, building or renovating light rail, freight rail and high speed rail systems. The rail boom, funded in...

Bridge Within a Bridge
A multinational consortium retrofitted the Tagus River suspension bridge in Lisbon, Portugal. The retrofit included widening the roadway deck from five to six lanes, installing a railroad...

Tornado Aftermath: Questioning the Tools (Available Structural Engineering Special Issue Only)
In May 1997, several tornadoes hit central Texas. The strongest of these killed 27 people and destroyed about 40 single-family houses on the outskirts of Jarrell, north of Austin. A post-storm...

 

 

 

 

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