Design with Residual Materials
Geotechnical and Construction Considerations
Residual materials are in-place soil and rock like material derived from the chemical weathering of rock. The nature of residual material is a function of the type of parent material and...

Modeling the Impact of Sea Level Rise in Delaware Bay
A three-dimensional model of the Delaware Bay has been employed to provide insight on the impact of a 1.0 ft (0.304 in) sea level rise on salinity conditions in Delaware Bay. Model results...

Efficient Pump Representation for Fixed-Grid MOC in Pipeline Systems
An explicit solution of the pump power failure boundary condition is shown to have many computational advantages over the conventional implicit pump boundary condition solution (i.e.,...

Evaluation of Microcrack Damage Growth and Healing of Asphalt Concrete Pavements Using Stress Wave Method

Three-Dimensional Finite-Element Simulation of FWD Loading on Pavement Systems

Thermo-Micromechanical Damage Modeling of Airfield Concrete Pavement

Predicting the Mode, Susceptibility, and Rate of Weathering of Shales

Soil Creep and Creep Testing of Highly Weathered Tropical Soils

Constructional and Environmental Aspects of Structural Materials at Antarctica and Indian Himalayas

Guidelines for Cloud Seeding to Augment Precipitation
This manual of professional practice, Guidelines for Cloud Seeding to Augment Precipitation (ASCE Manual No. 81), is the outgrowth of a committee report by the same...

An Expert System for the Identification of Causes of Failure of Asphalt Concrete Pavement

Feasibility of Applying Embedded Neural Net Chip to Improve Pavement Surface Image Processing

Weathering Effect on the Dispersion of a Heavy Crude Oil

Assessing Integrity of Agricultural Weather Data

Multivariate Stochastic Modeling and Optimal Filtering for Weather Network Data Quality Control

Scientific Basis of Precipitation Enhancement

The Use of Soil Suction in Analysis of Pavement Cracking

Assessing the Strength and Durability Properties of Shales

Making a Pavement Management System Functional at Salt Lake City

Effect of Highway Geometry on Transverse Cracking of Asphalt Pavements

 

 

 

 

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