Resistance Formulas in Hydraulics-Based Models for Routing Debris Flows

The Flow Field and Impact Force on a Debris Dam

Methodologies for the Analytic Definition of Uniform Travelling Time-Shifts of an Urban Public Transportation Service

Evaluation of a Real-Time Expert System for Surface Street Traffic Management and Control

A Decision Support System for Dynamic Pre-Trip Route Planning

Trip Mode Recommendation Using Travel Time Prediction

The Use of Artificial Neural Networks in Advanced Traveler Information and Traffic Management Systems

Field Trial Results of VMS Travel Time Display on the Corridor Peripherique of Paris

Design of a Freeway Control System Based on Artificial Intelligence Methods for Travel Time Detection

A Log-Linear Model for Path Flow Estimation

Anticyclonic Upper Layer Residual Circulation and Estuarine Circulation in Osaka Bay

Significance of Lateral Elevation Gradients in Tidally Affected Tributaries

Can Numerical Estuarine Models be Driven at the Estuary Mouth

Application of Artificial Neural Networks to the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta

Bayesian Decision Analysis for Contaminant Travel Time

Three-Dimensional Numerical Model for Fish Bypass Studies
This paper describes a numerical model developed for evaluating different options for fish bypass systems at Wanapum Dam on the Columbia River, WA. The model predicts the complex patterns...

Pier Width and Local-Scour Depth
Presented here are the results of an enquiry into the effects of pier width on local scour depth. The results show that scour depth does not scale linearly with pier width unless there...

Effects of Approach Flow Conditions on Pump Sump Design
An important obstacle to the development of a generalized sump design is the variability of flow conditions in approach areas. The geometry and alignment of the areas immediately upstream...

Simulation of Regional Ground-Water Flow on a Transboundary Flowline; Trans-Pecos, Texas and Chihuahua, Mexico
A two-dimensional, steady-state, cross-sectional model was used to evaluate boundary conditions, residence times, and potential transboundary movement along a 28 mi (45 km) flowline between...

Impact of Anthropogenic Activities in Rivers Upon Accuracy of Hydrological Forecasts and on Development of Forecasting Methodologies—Experiences from the Slovak-Hungarian Reach of Danube
The Danube, as an international river, crosses eight states of Europe. This calls for the need of close cooperation of the Danubian countries, particularly for operational forecasts issuance,...

 

 

 

 

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