Into the Tunnel
Technological advances in wind tunnel testing and computer-aided design programs are enabling engineers to create taller and more aesthetically interesting buildings than ever before....

The Final Connection
In 1969, New York City Transit (NYCT) began construction of a new subway to link Manhattan to east Queens. But funding issues prevented this 63rd Street Line from being completed as planned...

On the Cutting Edge
Smart materials, innovative monitoring systems and sensors, exotic tunnel-boring machines, and self-sustaining treatment systems are among the latest technology advancements that are helping...

Simulation of Tunnel Island and Bridge Piling Effects in a Tidal Estuary

The Use of GIS in Three-Dimensional Hydrodynamic Model Pre- and Post-Processing for Feature-Specific Applications

Effective Analysis of Diaphragm Walls
Prepared by the Technical Committee on Performance of Structures during Construction of the Structural Engineering Institute of ASCE. This report presents...

Toronto's Tunnel Solution (Available in the Geoenvironmental Special Section only)
The Toronto Transit Commission (TTC), one of the largest public transportation systems in North America, carries more than 1,000,000 commuters a day. The TTC's tunnels had...

Assessment of the Wind Environment around Buildings

Assessment of Pedestrian Thermal Comfort

Simulation Requirements for Roof Wind Loads near the Corners of Low Buildings with Low-Slope Roofs

Wind-Induced Internal Pressures on Sports Arenas

Six Decades of Subway Geo-Engineering: The Interplay of Theory and Practice

The Art of the Possible

Major Sewer Tunnel Construction beneath Metro Tunnels in Singapore

Tunnels through the History of Seattle

Geologic and Geotechnical Considerations for Pressure Tunnel Design

An Arch-Shaped Culvert Built by the Inflatable Form

Identifying and Baselining Boulders for Underground Construction

Tomography to Evaluate Site Conditions during Tunneling

Tomographic Imaging of Soil-Tunnel Interaction





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