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NEW Journal of Nanomechanics and Micromechanics


Exploring the state of the art in nanoscale and nanostructured materials, the new Journal focuses on the mechanics, processing, characterization, design, modeling, and applications of materials containing true nanosize dimensions or nanostructures. See page 10 for more information.

28-Year Electronic Journal Archive Included in 2011 Online Subscriptions


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Technical Papers 99 Identication and Monitoring of Modal Parameters in Aircraft Structures Using the Natural Excitation Technique NExT Combined with the Eigensystem Realization Algorithm ERA Hever Moncayo, Johannio Marulanda, and Peter Thomson Nonlinear Controller Synthesis for Single-Input Multiple-Output Systems with Application to Cruise Missile Amir Nassirharand Geotechnical Properties of JSC-1A Lunar Soil Simulant Xiangwu Zeng, Chunmei He, Heather Oravec, Allen Wilkinson, Juan Agui, and Vivake Asnani Preimpact Conguration Analysis of Dual-Arm Space Manipulator Capturing Object P. C. Cong and Z. W. Sun Temperature Effects on Material Behavior of Aerospace Aluminum Alloys for Subsonic and Supersonic Aircrafts Zainul Huda, Tuan Zaharinie, and Goh Jyh Min Ballistic Walking Design via Impulsive Control Alexander M. Formalskii Dynamic Model of an Astronaut Equipped with a Manned Maneuvering Unit in Virtual Reality Cheng Jian and Fan Xiumin

Firdaus E. Udwadia, Ph.D., University of Southern California

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Description: Focuses on the implementation and development of space and aerospace technologies, with a special emphasis on reporting their transfer to other civil engineering applications, the Journal defines the role of civil engineering in space and emphasizes the practical applications of civil engineering in space and on earth. Coverage includes aerodynamics computational fluid dynamics wind tunnel testing of structures aerospace structures and materials advanced composite materials dynamics and control real-time data acquisition space engineering and construction lunar base construction field and remote sensing and robotics. Intended Readership:
ISSN: 0893-1321 E-ISSN: 1943-5525 CODEN: JAEEEZ FREQUENCY: Quarterly ISSUES/YEAR: 4

Engineers and scientists working in civil and structural engineering, applied mechanics and engineering science, aeronautics and astronautics
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March 2010 Volume 16, Number 1 ISSN 1076-0431 CODEN: JAEIED

Journal of Architectural Engineering


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Journal of

Architectural Engineering
Forum 1 Questioning the Stucco Lath Fastening Requirements of ASTM C1063 Brett D. Newkirk Queuing Model for Assessing the Efciency of Building Corridors Khaled Nassar Eave Ice Dams Michael J. ORourke, Moumita Ganguly, and Lucas Thompson Relationship between Probability of Breakage to Maximum Principal Stresses in Window Glass Stephen M. Morse and H. Scott Norville Life-Cycle Costs of Commercial Roof Systems Donald P. Coffelt and Chris T. Hendrickson High-Performance Green Building Design Process Modeling and Integrated Use of Visualization Tools Sinem Korkmaz, John I. Messner, David R. Riley, and Christopher Magent Technical Papers 3 11 20

Paul A. Seaburg, Ph.D., Missouri University of Science and Technology

Description:

A multidisciplinary forum for the dissemination of practice-based information, the Journal focuses on the engineering and technical issues concerning all aspects of building design. Peer-reviewed articles and case studies address issues and topics related to buildings, such as planning and financing analysis and design construction and maintenance codes applications and interpretations performance and evaluation conversion and renovation and preservation. Engineers in a variety of disciplines who are involved in the planning, design, construction, and/or maintenance of buildings
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July / August 2010 Volume 15, Number 4 ISSN 1084-0702 CODEN: JBENF2

Journal of Bridge Engineering


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Journal of

Bridge Engineering
SPECIAL ISSUE: Bridge Inspection and Evaluation SPECIAL ISSUE EDITORS: Sreenivas Alampalli and Mohammed Ettouney Introduction 349 Special Issue on Bridge Inspection and Evaluation Sreenivas Alampalli Proposed Method for Determining the Inter val for Hands-on Inspection of Steel Bridges with Fracture Critical Members Michael J. Parr, Robert J. Connor, and Mark Bowman Evaluation, Rehabilitation Planning, and Stay-Cable Replacement Design for the Hale Boggs Bridge in Luling, Louisiana Armin B. Mehrabi, Christopher A. Ligozio, Adrian T. Ciolko, and Scott T. Wyatt Investigation of Large Web Fractures of Welded Steel Plate Girder Bridge Y. Edward Zhou and Amy Eitel Biegalski Effects of Solar Loading on Infrared Imaging of Subsurface Features in Concrete Glenn Washer, Richard Fenwick, and Naveen Bolleni Nondestructive Testing of GFRP Bridge Decks Using Ground Penetrating Radar and Infrared Thermography C. L. Caleb Hing and Udaya B. Halabe Predictive and Diagnostic Load Rating Model of a Prestressed Concrete Bridge Keary LeBeau and Sara Wadia-Fascetti Forensic Examination of a Noncomposite Adjacent Precast Prestressed Concrete Box Beam Bridge Clay Naito, Richard Sause, Ian Hodgson, Stephen Pessiki, and Thomas Macioce

Anil Agrawal, P.E., City College of New York

Technical Papers 352

Description: Peer-reviewed technical papers address all aspects of a bridges life span, including theory and practice of structural design, inspection, construction, and performance of bridges, materials, rehabilitation, safety, and demolition. Research-oriented articles emphasize the potential impact of the findings on bridge engineering practice. Practice-oriented papers provide current information and unique solutions relating to design, fabrication, and erection problems. Intended Readership:
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March 2010 Volume 24, Number 1 ISSN 0887-381X CODEN: JCRGEI

Journal of Cold Regions Engineering


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Journal of

Jon E. Zufelt, Ph.D., P.E., M.ASCE, ERDC/CRREL

Cold Regions Engineering

Description: Contains practice- and research-oriented peer-reviewed articles that report on any area of civil engineering substantially related to cold regions of the globe. Papers in the Journal identify, assess, and report effects of the cold region environment on engineering design, construction, and operations. Topics covered encompass ice engineering ice force construction on permafrost and seasonal frost cold weather construction environmental quality and engineering in cold regions snow and ice control cold region materials and surveying and planning in cold regions. Intended Readership: Practitioners and researchers in civil and environmental engineering, hydrotechnology, materials, structures, and offshore engineering
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2011 Volume 25
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March / April 2010 Volume 14, Number 2 ISSN 1090-0268 CODEN: JCCOF2

Journal of Composites for Construction


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Journal of

Composites for Construction


135 Editors Note Charles E. Bakis Effect of Geometric Discontinuities on Strains in FRP-Wrapped Columns J. F. Chen, J. Ai, and T. J. Stratford Effects of Loading Rate and Duration on Axial Behavior of Concrete Conned by Fiber-Reinforced Polymer Sheets Cem Demir, Kayhan Kolcu, and Alper Ilki Evaluation of Masonr y Deep Beams Externally Strengthened with CFRP Sheets Z. Hao, V. Bindiganavile, J. J. R. Cheng, and A. Elwi Out-of-Plane Flexural Performance of GFRP-Reinforced Masonr y Walls Khaled Galal and Navid Sasanian Unied Strength Model Based on Hoek-Brown Failure Criterion for Circular and Square Concrete Columns Conned by FRP Yu-Fei Wu and Ying-Wu Zhou Experimental Behavior of Carbon Fiber-Reinforced Polymer CFRP Sheets Attached to Concrete Surfaces Using CFRP Anchors Carl W. Niemitz, Ryan James, and Sergio F. Brea Seismic Response of FRP-Upgraded Exterior RC Beam-Column Joints Saleh H. Alsayed, Yousef A. Al-Salloum, Tarek H. Almusallam, and Nadeem A. Siddiqui Durability of Wet Bond of Hybrid Laminates to Cast-in-Place Concrete Li Li, Yixin Shao, and Zhishen Wu Mechanical Behavior of an Innovative Hybrid Beam Made of Glulam and Ultrahigh-Performance Concrete Reinforced with FRP or Steel E. Ferrier, P. Labossire, and K. W. Neale
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Reports on composite materials consisting of continuous synthetic fibers and matrices for use in civil engineering structures that are subjected to the loadings and environments of the infrastructure. The Journal also covers composite materials used in conjunction with traditional construction materialssteel, concrete, and timbereither as reinforcing members or in hybrid systems for new construction as well as for repair and rehabilitation of existing structures. Of special interest are the articles that bridge the gap between research in the mechanics and manufacturing science of composite materials and the analysis and design of large civil engineering structural systems and their construction processes.
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July / August 2010 Volume 24, Number 4 ISSN 0887-3801 CODEN: JCCEE5

Journal of Computing in Civil Engineering


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Journal of

Computing in Civil Engineering


Technical Papers 325 335 Knowledge-Based Landslide Susceptibility Zonation System Jayanta Kumar Ghosh and Devanjan Bhattacharya Applying Concept Similarity to the Evaluation of Common Understanding in Multidisciplinar y Learning Yimin Zhu, Rui Zhang, and Irtishad Ahmad Precedence-Preser ving GAs Operators for Scheduling Problems with Activities Start Times Encoding M. A. Abido and Ashraf M. Elazouni REILP Approach for Uncertainty-Based Decision Making in Civil Engineering Rui Zou, Yong Liu, Lei Liu, and Huaicheng Guo Effectiveness of ICT for Construction Information Exchange among Multidisciplinar y Project Teams Patrick T. I. Lam, Franky W. H. Wong, and Kenny T. C. Tse Innovative ANN Technique for Predicting Failure/Cracking Load of Masonr y Wall Panel under Lateral Load Guangchun Zhou, Deng Pan, Xun Xu, and Yaqub M. Raq

James Garrett, Jr., Ph.D., M.ASCE, Carnegie Mellon University and Lucio Soibelman, Ph.D., Carnegie Mellon University

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Description: Advances in computing strongly influence every aspect of the civil engineering community. New methods and tools continue to emerge, enabling civil engineers to use computing in increasingly creative and imaginative ways. Articles discuss and review software new programming languages database management systems computer-aided design systems knowledge-based expert systems hardware for robotics bar coding remote sensing data and knowledge acquisition strategic issues management of computing resources implementation strategies and organizational impacts. Intended Readership:
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Students, researchers, and professionals in all disciplines of civil engineering


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2011

Journal of Construction Engineering and Management


Editor:

Journal of

Construction Engineering and Management


SPECIAL ISSUE: Governance and Leadership Challenges of Global Construction SPECIAL ISSUE EDITORS: Paul Chinowsky and Ray Levitt Announcements 399 Announcement Charles T. Jahren Introduction to Special Issue of Global Project Governance Raymond E. Levitt and Paul S. Chinowsky Enabling Development of the Transportation Public-Private Partnership Market in the United States Michael J. Garvin Selecting Infrastructure Deliver y Modalities: No Time for Ideology or Semantics Antonio Vives, Juan Benavides, and Angela Marcarino Paris PPP Experiences in Indian Cities: Barriers, Enablers, and the Way For ward Ashwin Mahalingam Mobilizing Institutional Knowledge for International Projects Amy Javernick-Will and Raymond Levitt Global Dimension of Robust Project Network Design Kenny Wong, Hakan Unsal, John E. Taylor, and Raymond Levitt Project Organizations as Social Networks Paul S. Chinowsky, James Diekmann, and John OBrien Organizational Divisions in BIM-Enabled Commercial Construction Carrie S. Dossick and Gina Neff

Charles T. Jahren, Ph.D., P.E., Iowa State University

Description:

Introduction 400

Technical Papers 402

412

Reporting on advances in the science of construction engineering, the Journal discusses the harmonization of construction practices with design theories and publishes articles that contribute to furthering education and research in the management aspects of construction engineering. Topics include construction material handling equipment production planning specifications scheduling estimating cost control quality control labor productivity inspection contract administration construction management computer applications and environmental concerns. All practitioners and professionals involved in the management of construction
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engineering
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March 2010 Volume 136, Number 1 ISSN 0733-9402 CODEN: JLEED9

Journal of Energy Engineering


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Journal of

Energy Engineering
Technical Papers 1 6 Block Ramp Design for Efcient Energy Dissipation A. D. Ghare, R. N. Ingle, P. D. Porey, and S. S. Gokhale Energy Variability and Produced Water: Two Challenges One Synergistic Management Approach Using Pumped Hydroelectric Energy Storage Jonah Levine and Frank S. Barnes Combined Cycle Power Augmentation by Overspray Inlet Fogging Hsiao-Wei D. Chiang, Pai-Yi Wang, and Hsin-Lung Li Energy Conser vation Opportunities in an Industrial Boiler System Durmus Kaya and Muharrem Eyidogan

Hilary I. Inyang, Ph.D., M.ASCE, University of North Carolina, Charlotte

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Experts report on the latest developments in scientific and engineering knowledge regarding the planning, management, and generation of electrical power. Technical papers present the most current information in such areas as essential components in nuclear power plant safety systems, seismic capacity and the dynamic properties of low-rise shear walls, and ultimate capacities of expansion anchor bolts.
Description: Intended Readership: Engineers working in the areas of fossil, nuclear, and solar power; radioactive waste disposal; hydropower planning and design; development of renewable energy sources; wasteto-energy systems; energy conservation and the environmental effects; and the conservation of natural resources
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April 2010 Volume 136, Number 4 ISSN 0733-9399 CODEN: JENMDT

Journal of Engineering Mechanics


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Journal of

Engineering Mechanics
Technical Papers 405 413 Variability of the Compressive Strength of Parallel Strand Lumber Sanjay R. Arwade, Russell Winans, and Peggi L. Clouston Electromechanical Behavior of Interface Deformable Piezoelectric Bilayer Beams Fangliang Chen and Pizhong Qiao Tensile Stiffness and Deformation Model of Rubber Isolators in Tension and Tension-Shear States Q. R. Yang, W. G. Liu, W. F. He, and D. M. Feng Detection of Ungrouted Cells in Concrete Masonr y Constructions Using a Dielectric Variation Approach Wael W. El-Dakhakhni, Amr A. Nassr, and Marwan T. Shedid Modied Schaper ys Model for Asphalt Sand Yong Ye, Xinhua Yang, and Chuanyao Chen Modeling of Ground Excavation with the Particle Finite-Element Method Josep Maria Carbonell, Eugenio Oate, and Benjamn Surez Experiments on the Buckling Behavior of Ring-Stiffened Pipelines under Hydrostatic Pressure H. Showkati and R. Shahandeh Buckling of Variable Section Columns under Axial Loading S. M. Darbandi, R. D. Firouz-Abadi, and H. Haddadpour Convexity of Yield Surface with Directional Distortional Hardening Rules Jiri Plesek, Heidi P. Feigenbaum, and Yannis F. Dafalias Stability Analysis of Direct Integration Algorithms Applied to MDOF Nonlinear Structural Dynamics Cheng Chen and James M. Ricles Application of the Viscoelastic Continuum Damage Model to the Indirect Tension Test at a Single Temperature Jaeseung Kim and Randy C. West
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Kaspar J. Willam, Ph.D., F.ASCE, University of Houston

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Reports on the latest activities in the field of applied mechanics that relate to civil engineering. Research reports cover a broad number of areas that include bioengineering computational mechanics computer-aided engineering dynamics of structures elasticity experimental analysis and instrumentation fluid mechanics flow of granular media inelastic behavior of solids and structures probabilistic methods properties of materials fracture mechanics stability of structural elements and systems and turbulence. Papers typically describe the development and implementation of new analytical models, innovative numerical methods, and novel experimental methods and results.
Description: Intended Readership:
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April 2010 Volume 136, Number 4 ISSN 0733-9372 CODEN: JOEEDU

Journal of Environmental Engineering


Editor:

Journal of

Environmental Engineering
347 Editors Note Raymond A. Ferrara Environmental Biotechnology in Water and Wastewater Treatment Bruce E. Rittmann Simulating the Effect of Sulfate Addition on Methylmercur y Output from a Wetland Carl W. Chen and Joel W. Herr Effects of Primar y Substrate Concentration on NDMA Transport during Simulated Aquifer Recharge Brijesh Nalinakumari, Woosuk Cha, and Peter Fox New Approach to Evaluate Pollutant Removal by Storm-Water Treatment Devices Daniel P. Smith New Insights into the Quality of Urban Storm Water in South Eastern Australia Matt Francey, Tim D. Fletcher, Ana Deletic, and Hugh Duncan Arsenic and Fluoride Removal Using Simple Materials T. B. Mlilo, L. R. Brunson, and D. A. Sabatini Adsorption of AsV from Water Using Nanomagnetite Tug ba Trk, brahim Alp, and Hac Deveci Modeling Arsenite Adsorption on Rusting Metallic Iron Susmita Roy and Purnendu Bose Degradation of Chlorobenzene in Water Using Nanoscale Cu Coupled with Microwave Irradiation Chien-Li Lee, Chih-Ju G. Jou, and Hongun Huang Design Framework for Electrokinetically Enhanced Dewatering of Sludge S. Glendinning, C. K. Mok, D. Kalumba, C. D. F. Rogers, and D. V. L. Hunt
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Raymond A. Ferrara, Ph.D., Omni Environmental LLC

Invited Paper 348

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363

Description: Presents a collection of broad interdisciplinary information on the practice and status of research in environmental engineering science, systems engineering, and sanitation. Papers discuss the design, development, management, and governmental policies of engineering methods, societal impacts of wastewater collection and treatment, and the fate and transport of contaminants in watersheds, surface waters, groundwater, soil, and the atmosphere. Intended Readership:
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March / April 2010 Volume 10, Number 2 ISSN 1532-3641 CODEN: IJGNAI

International Journal of Geomechanics


Editor:

International Journal of

Musharraf M. Zaman, Ph.D., University of Oklahoma

Geomechanics
Technical Papers 53 Analysis of Soil Disturbance Associated with Mandrel-Driven Prefabricated Vertical Drains Using an Elliptical Cavity Expansion Theor y Ali Ghandeharioon, Buddhima Indraratna, and Cholachat Rujikiatkamjorn Nonlinear Analysis of Torsionally Loaded Piles in a Two-Layer Soil Prole Lianyang Zhang Failure Mechanisms of Pile Foundations in Liqueable Soil: Parametric Study Sumanta Haldar and G. L. Sivakumar Babu Algorithm to Generate a Discrete Element Specimen with Predened Properties H. K. Dang and M. A. Meguid

Description:

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In keeping with its theme of fundamentals through applications, the Journal covers various interdisciplinary topics in geomechanics, with emphasis on computational methods, constitutive models, laboratory and field testing, and related state-of-the-art practical applications. Topics include soil and rock mechanics statics and dynamics of interacting structures and foundations fluid, oil, and gas flow through porous media infrastructure and geoenvironmental engineering natural hazards petroleum engineering offshore and marine technology geological engineering geothermal energy and ice mechanics.

Intended Readership:
ISSN: 1532-3641 E-ISSN: 1943-5622 CODEN: IJGNAI FREQUENCY: Bimonthly ISSUES/YEAR: 6

Civil engineers; geologists; mining, mechanical, offshore, and petroleum engineers; scientists; and researchers in geomechanics
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April 2010 Volume 136, Number 4 ISSN 1090-0241 CODEN: JGGEFK

Journal of

Geotechnical and Geoenvironmental Engineering


551 Passing the Torch Jonathan P. Stewart Thickness and Hydraulic Performance of Geosynthetic Clay Liners Overlying a Geonet S. Dickinson, R. W. I. Brachman, and R. Kerry Rowe Laborator y and In Situ Tests for Long-Term Hydraulic Conductivity of a Cement-Bentonite Cutoff Wall Kaushal Joshi, Cedric Kechavarzi, Kenneth Sutherland, Man Yin Albert Ng, Kenichi Soga, and Paul Tedd Group Interaction Effects on Laterally Loaded Piles in Clay S. S. Chandrasekaran, A. Boominathan, and G. R. Dodagoudar Limit Analysis and Stability Charts for 3D Slope Failures Radoslaw L. Michalowski Shear Strength Equations for Unsaturated Soil under Dr ying and Wetting Goh Shin Guan, Harianto Rahardjo, and Leong Eng Choon Inuence of Input Motion and Site Property Variabilities on Seismic Site Response Analysis Ellen M. Rathje, Albert R. Kottke, and Whitney L. Trent Effect of Fine Particle Migration on the Small-Strain Stiffness of Unsaturated Soils Bashar Alramahi, Khalid A. Alshibli, and Dante Fratta Evaluation and Remediation of an Abandoned Gypsum Mine Riccardo Castellanza, Roberto Nova, and Gianmarco Orlandi Smear Effect and Well Resistance of PVD-Installed Ground Based on the Hyperbolic Method S. G. Chung and N. K. Lee Reduction Factor for the Unloading Point Method at Clay Soil Sites Thomas J. Weaver and Kyle M. Rollins
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Journal of Geotechnical and Geoenvironmental Engineering


Editor:

Patrick J. Fox, Ph.D., P.E., University of California

Description:

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Surveys the field of soil mechanics and foundations, placing special emphasis on the relationship between the geologic environment and man-made works through technical papers, practice-oriented papers, and case studies. Coverage includes foundations retaining structures soil dynamics engineering behavior of soil and rock site characterization slope stability dams rock engineering earthquake engineering environmental geotechnics geosynthetics computer modeling groundwater monitoring and restoration and coastal and geotechnical ocean engineering. Papers also report new and emerging topics within the general discipline of geotechnical engineering. Practitioners and researchers working in the broad technical area of geotechnical engineering
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2011

Journal of Hazardous, Toxic, and Radioactive Waste


Editor:

Rao Y. Surampalli, Ph.D., P.E., DEE, F.ASCE, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency

Title Change

Description: Articles cover traditional areas of investigation, design, and construction and the related areas of planning, analysis, oversight, operations, regulations, and policy. The periodical presents peerreviewed reports of actual projects and programs or technologies on the verge of implementation, as well as emerging regulatory issues of compelling interest to practitioners. Technical papers propose pragmatic approaches and solutions to the problems and challenges faced by professionals in HTRW management who need to keep abreast of current regulatory, technical, and scientific knowledge applicable to their specific areas of practice. Intended Readership:

Practitioners in consulting firms, engineering construction firms, private industry, and governmental agencies interested in reliable and realistic problem solving
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April 2010 Volume 136, Number 4 ISSN 0733-9429 CODEN: JHEND8

Journal of Hydraulic Engineering


Editor:

Journal of

Terry W. Sturm, P.E., M.ASCE, Georgia Institute of Technology

Hydraulic Engineering
Technical Papers 195 Gauging Rivers during All Seasons Using the Q2D Velocity Index Method Brian Morse, Martin Richard, Kamal Hama, David Godin, Yves Choquette, and Genevive Pelletier Effect of Flood Recession on Scouring at Bed Sills Matteo Tregnaghi, Andrea Marion, Stephen Coleman, and Simon Tait Particle Fluxes into Permeable Sediments: Comparison of Mechanisms Mediating Deposition J. Stephen Fries and Gary L. Taghon Wave Damping in Reed: Field Measurements and Mathematical Modeling Charlotta Borell Lvstedt and Magnus Larson Experimental Study on Selective Withdrawal in a Two-Layer Reser voir Using a Temperature-Control Curtain Yaser Shammaa and David Z. Zhu Case Study: Movable Bed Model Scaling for Bed Load Sediment Exclusion at Intake Structure on Rio Grande Jungseok Ho, Julie Coonrod, Tom Gill, and Brent Mefford Case Study: Flood Mitigation of the Muda River, Malaysia P. Y. Julien, A. Ab. Ghani, N. A. Zakaria, R. Abdullah, and C. K. Chang Simplied versus Detailed Two-Dimensional Approaches to Transient Flow Modeling in Urban Areas G. Petaccia, S. Soares-Frazo, F. Savi, L. Natale, and Y. Zech

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Journal of Hydrologic Engineering


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Hydrologic Engineering
Technical Papers 255 Frequency Distribution of Extreme Hydrologic Drought of Southeastern Semiarid Region, Iran Reza Modarres and Ali Sarhadi Modeling Radar Rainfall Estimation Uncertainties: Random Error Model A. AghaKouchak, E. Habib, and A. Brdossy Comparing Sigmoid Transfer Functions for Neural Network Multistep Ahead Streamow Forecasting H. Yonaba, F. Anctil, and V. Fortin Nonparametric Simulation of Single-Site Seasonal Streamows Jose D. Salas and Taesam Lee Hydrospatial Approach to Assist Decision Making on Reser voir Protection Zones Ali Gl, Okan Fstkolu, and Nilgn Harmancolu Hydrologic-Economic Analysis of Best Management Practices for Sediment Control in the Santa Fe Watershed, New Mexico Heidi L. N. Moltz, Vicente L. Lopes, Walter Rast, and Stephen J. Ventura Discussion of Discretization Issues in Travel Time Calculation by Sandra B. Pavlovic and Glenn E. Moglen Tommy S. W. Wong Closure by Sandra B. Pavlovic and Glenn E. Moglen Discussion of Comparative Study of ANNs versus Parametric Methods in Rainfall Frequency Analysis by Jianxun He and Caterina Valeo Ozgur Kisi Closure by Jianxun He and Caterina Valeo
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Description: Disseminates information on the development of new hydrologic methods, theories, and applications to current engineering problems. Papers report the most current analytical, numerical, and experimental methods used for investigating and modeling hydrological processes. Authors report on how they solved problems in surface water hydrology, vadose zone hydrology, hydrometeorology, stochastic and statistical hydrology, and soil-vegetation-atmospheric interactions. Intended Readership:
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March 2010 Volume 16, Number 1 ISSN 1076-0342 CODEN: JITSE4

Journal of Infrastructure Systems


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Infrastructure Systems
Technical Papers 1 Comparative Assessment of Civil Infrastructure Network Performance under Probabilistic and Scenario Earthquakes Takao Adachi and Bruce R. Ellingwood Optimal Maintenance and Repair Policies under Nonlinear Preferences Stephen D. Boyles, Zhanmin Zhang, and S. Travis Waller Data and Modeling Issues Faced during the Efciency Measurement of Road Maintenance Using Data Envelopment Analysis Mehmet Egemen Ozbek, Jess M. de la Garza, and Konstantinos Triantis Efciency Measurement of Bridge Maintenance Using Data Envelopment Analysis Mehmet Egemen Ozbek, Jess M. de la Garza, and Konstantinos Triantis Life-Cycle Perspective on Residential Water Conser vation Strategies Alina I. Racoviceanu and Bryan W. Karney Multicriteria Decision-Making Approach for Highway Slope Hazard Management Robert Liang and Gridsana Pensomboon Methodology for Bayesian Belief Network Development to Facilitate Compliance with Water Quality Regulations Shannon A. Joseph, Barry J. Adams, and Brenda McCabe Rank Correlation Method for Evaluating Manual Pavement Distress Data Variability Susan M. Bogus, Jongchul Song, Raymond Waggerman, and Lary R. Lenke Probability of Failure Analysis due to Internal Corrosion in Cast-Iron Pipes Hamid Yamini and Barbara J. Lence 11

Sue McNeil, Ph.D., P.E., M.ASCE, University of Delaware

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Documents important advances in infrastructure engineering methodologies and technologies, thus describing our ability to monitor, evaluate, expand, repair, replace, finance, or otherwise sustain the civil infrastructure. Peer-reviewed papers of high quality detail these developments across all civil engineering domains in the areas of deterioration science and modeling, assessment methodologies and technologies, renewal engineering, and infrastructure planning and management. Authors provide solutions to complex infrastructure and management problems by developing alternative strategies for infrastructure rehabilitation, allocation of monetary resources among rehabilitation alternatives, innovative infrastructure research, and new mechanisms for infrastructure financing.
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April 2010 Volume 136, Number 4 ISSN 0733-9437 CODEN: JIDEDH

Journal of Irrigation and Drainage Engineering


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Irrigation and Drainage Engineering


Technical Papers 225 Operational Monitoring of Daily Crop Water Requirements at the Regional Scale with Time Series of Satellite Data S. Rossi, A. Rampini, S. Bocchi, and M. Boschetti Combining Remotely Sensed Data and Ground-Based Radiometers to Estimate Crop Cover and Surface Temperatures at Daily Time Steps A. N. French, D. J. Hunsaker, T. R. Clarke, G. J. Fitzgerald, and P. J. Pinter Jr. Distribution and Trends in Reference Evapotranspiration in the North China Plain Z. W. Song, H. L. Zhang, R. L. Snyder, F. E. Anderson, and F. Chen Modied Hortons Equation to Model Advance Trajector y in Furrow Irrigation Systems R. Saha, Shrini K. Upadhyaya, and Wes Wallender in Drip Emitters Wei Qingsong, Lu Gang, Wang Li, Zheng Jincan, Liu Jie, and Shi Yusheng Experimental Study on the Multisegment Regime of the Water Flow 232

William F. Ritter, Ph.D., P.E., University of Delaware

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Provides a timely compilation of peer-reviewed research papers on all phases of irrigation, drainage, engineering hydrology, and related water management subjects that include watershed management, weather modifications, water quality, groundwater, and surface water. Research reports and case studies emphasize new developments and case studies detailing the analysis and design of trickleirrigation laterals geochemical factors affecting trace element mobility canal system hydraulic modeling unsteady-flow modeling of irrigation canals and unique problems in modeling irrigation canals.
Description: Intended Readership: Engineers and researchers interested in new developments within the field of irrigation and drainage
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Case Studies 261 Assessing Pressure Changes in an On-Demand Water Distribution System on Drip Irrigation PerformanceCase Study in Italy A. Daccache, N. Lamaddalena, and U. Fratino Simple Method for the Design of Microirrigation Paired Laterals on Sloped Fields Shufang Jiang and Yaohu Kang Modeling the Transient Pumping from Two Aquifers Using MODFLOW Sushil K. Singh
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Leadership and Management in Engineering


JULY 2010 VOLUME 10 NUMBER 3

Leadership and Management in Engineering


Editor:

Brian R. Brenner, P.E., M.ASCE, Fay Spofford & Thorndike

What If You Have Been Retrenched? Look toward the Bright Side: Capitalize on Your Psychological Capital 103
S H A M A S - U R - R E H M A N TO O R , P H . D .

MBTI Personality and Hemisphericity of a U.S. Air Force Group


M . S C O T T D E V L I N A N D A M A R J I T S I N G H , F. A S C E D E P A R T M E N T S

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Convention Crashers
ENGINEERING LEGENDS

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Description: Reports proved real-world approaches and solutions in the areas of project management marketing budgeting strategic planning conflict management quality control performance improvement team building information technology and innovation management negotiation processes career development networking productivity management incentives partnering financial management knowledge management risk management globalization environmental sustainability and law and ethics. Intended Readership:
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R I C H A R D G . W E I N G A R D T , P. E . , D I S T . M . A S C E ETHICAL ISSUES IN CIVIL ENGINEERING

Civil Engineering: A Way of Life


M I C H A E L G A R R E T T , P. E . , M . A S C E ENGINEERING YOUR FUTURE

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2011

Journal of Legal Affairs & Dispute Resolution in Engineering and Construction


SPECIAL ISSUE: Realizing Rights in Housing, Land, and Planning SPECIAL ISSUE EDITORS: Jane Ball and Alice Christudason Introduction 1 Forum 5 Legal Challenges in Ensuring Regular Maintenance and Repairs of Common Parts of Owner-Occupied Apartment Buildings Martti Lujanen International Instruments on Housing Rights Padraic Kenna Housing Law Is Dead. Long Live European Housing Law? Jane Ball Affordable Housing and Social Mix: Comparative Approach Juli Ponce When the Cold Wind Blows: Legal Strategies against Ghettoization in Denmark Nikolaj Nielsen Eurohypothec: Drafting a Common Mortgage for Europe Sergio Nasarre-Aznar Controversial Strata Legislation: Catalyst for Housing Regeneration in Singapore Alice Christudason Management of Redeveloped Industrial Areas with Mixed Use in The Netherlands Danielle A. Groetelaers and Hendrik D. Ploeger Reviewer List Realizing Rights Jane Ball and Alice Christudason

Journal of Legal Affairs and Dispute Resolution in Engineering and Construction


Editor:

Amarjit Singh, Ph.D., P.E., P.Eng, C.Eng, F.ASCE, University of Hawaii at Manoa

Scholarly Papers 11 21 31 42

Description: Thought-provoking papers provide insight into the legal relationships arising out of the changing nature of project delivery systems, dispute avoidance and resolution, sustainability concerns, and effective project execution. The Journal focuses on legal issues, aims to increase the attention given to legal systems during engineering and construction practice, and seeks excellence in the application of legal resources for the success of engineering and construction projects. Intended Readership:

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April 2010 Volume 26, Number 2 ISSN 0742-597X CODEN: JMENEA

Journal of Management in Engineering


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Management in Engineering
55 Editors Note Makarand Hastak Consistency and Reliability of Construction Arbitration Decisions: Empirical Study George Ossman III, Mehmet Emre Bayraktar, and Qingbin Cui Analysis of Dispute Review Boards Application in U.S. Construction Projects from 1975 to 2007 Carol C. Menassa and Feniosky Pea Mora Integrated Schedule and Cost Model for Repetitive Construction Process Kyuman Cho, Taehoon Hong, and Changtaek Hyun Performance Objectives Selection Model in Public-Private Partnership Projects Based on the Perspective of Stakeholders Jingfeng Yuan, Miroslaw J. Skibniewski, Qiming Li, and Lei Zheng Statistical Analysis on the Cost and Duration of Public Building Projects Ayman A. Abu Hammad, Souma M. Alhaj Ali, Ghaleb J. Sweis, and Rateb J. Sweis Technical Papers 56

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Examines contemporary issues associated with management for the 21st century civil engineer. Papers discuss team building diversity partnering project management professional practice and development budgeting and financial learning recruitment, retention, and training of human resources career growth and lifelong learning marketing ethics technology management business process reengineering motivational theory incentives organization design strategic planning conflict and risk management globalization and the role of the civil engineer in the political process at the local, state, and national levels. Practicing consulting engineers involved in management
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April 2010 Volume 22, Number 4 ISSN 0899-1561 CODEN: JMCEE7

Journal of Materials in Civil Engineering


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Materials in Civil Engineering


Technical Papers 287 Effect of Mixing Constituent toward Engineering Properties of POFA Cement-Based Aerated Concrete Mohd Warid Hussin, Khairunisa Muthusamy, and Fadhadli Zakaria Carbonation Curing of Slag-Cement Concrete for Binding CO2 and Improving Performance Sean Monkman and Yixin Shao Investigations on Pastes and Mortars of Ordinar y Portland Cement Admixed with Wollastonite and Microsilica G. D. Ransinchung R. N. and Brind Kumar Improved Repair of Concrete Structures Using Polymer Concrete Patch and FRP Overlay Goli Nossoni and Ronald S. Harichandran Characteristics of Rubber-Sand Particle Mixtures according to Size Ratio Changho Lee, Q. Hung Truong, Woojin Lee, and Jong-Sub Lee Optimization of Cement Grouts Containing Silica Fume and Viscosity Modifying Admixture Mohammed Sonebi Compaction Characteristics and Bearing Ratio of Pond Ash Stabilized with Lime and Phosphogypsum Ambarish Ghosh Properties of SCC Produced with Limestone Filler or Viscosity Modifying Admixture Aggelos S. Georgiadis, Kosmas K. Sideris, and Nikolaos S. Anagnostopoulos Proposed Behavioral Model for Deicer Scaling Resistance of Slag Cement Concrete Irene K. Battaglia, Jose F. Muoz, and Steven M. Cramer

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Disseminates information on the development of new civil engineering materials, the processing and field production of those materials, the evaluation of the properties of construction materials, and the application and performance of civil engineering materials. High-quality, peerreviewed papers address topics such as the mechanics and failure of multilayer, reinforced membranes the corrosion of reinforcing steel to fly ash blended concrete creep of mass concrete at early stages and predictions of thermal characteristics for mixed porous media.
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February 2011 Volume 1, Number 1 ISSN 2153-5434 CODEN: JNMOCO

Journal of Nanomechanics and Micromechanics


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Nanomechanics & Micromechanics

Z. Voyiadjis, Ph.D., F.ASCE, Louisiana State University

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Exploring the state of the art in nanoscale and nanostructured materials, the Journal of Nanomechanics and Micromechanics focuses on the mechanics, processing, characterization, design, modeling and applications of materials containing true nanosize dimensions or nanostructures. Areas of nanomaterials engineering and applications include chemical, petrochemical, and pharmaceutical technologies catalysis, gas/liquid separations, and membrane reactors energy conversion and storage devices/systems such as fuel cells and solar cells electronics, photonics, and magnetics sensors telecommunications and food technologies and medical, biological, and drug development. Intended Readership: Faculty members, researchers and students in fields of civil engineering, mechanical engineering, materials science and engineering, aerospace engineering, physics, biology, chemistry, and medicine, among others
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February 2010 Volume 11, Number 1 ISSN 1527-6988 CODEN: NHREFO

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Natural Hazards Review


Forum 1 Facets and Scope of Large-Scale Disasters Mohamed Gad-el-Hak Field Damage Survey of New Orleans Homes in the Aftermath of Hurricane Katrina Guillermo Franco, Rebekah Green, Bijan Khazai, Andrew Smyth, and George Deodatis Flood Modeling in the Coastal Plains and Mountains: Analysis of Terrain Resolution Jeffrey D. Colby and James G. Dobson Gender and Age Factors in Tsunami Casualties Harry Yeh Land Subsidence Disaster Survey and Its Economic Loss Assessment in Tianjin, China Yi Lixin, Wang Jie, Shao Chuanqing, Jia-Wei Guo, Jiang Yanxiang, and Bo Liu Technical Papers 7 19 29 35

Natural Hazards Review


Editors:

Vilas Mujumdar, P.E., S.E., VSM Associates, and Kathleen Tierney, F.ASCE, University of Colorado, Boulder

Brings together engineering and the physical, social, and behavioral sciences within the environment of regulations and policy to provide a forum for cutting-edge, holistic, and crossdisciplinary approaches to natural hazards loss and cost reduction. Topics are diverse and include the characterization of hazard forces and the planning, design, construction, maintenance, performance, and use of structures in the physical environment. Social/behavioral sciences topics address issues related to hazard mitigation and human response plus significant issues about the built environment, land use, building standards, and the role of financial markets and insurance. Intended Readership: Civil engineers concerned with the impact and management of natural hazards, along with their professional and research colleagues working in pertinent behavioral, physical, and social sciences
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Journal of Performance of Constructed Facilities


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Performance of Constructed Facilities


97 Forum 99 High-Strain Dynamic Pile TestingProblems and Pitfalls Mark R. Svinkin Evaluation of Vibration Assessment Criteria and Their Application to Stadium Ser viceability Kelly A. Salyards and Linda M. Hanagan Simplied Methodology for the Evaluation of the Residual Strength of Corroded Reinforced Concrete Beams Xiao-Hui Wang and Xi-La Liu Tolerance and Constructability of Soldier Piles in Slurr y Walls Colin T. Milberg and Iris D. Tommelein Deciency Analysis of Coastal Buildings toward Storm Damage Reduction Nur Yazdani, Ronald W. Dowgul, and Tanvir Manzur Catastrophic Sliding of a Concrete Deck during Its Launching on the Steel Girders of a Composite Bridge Gilbert H. Bguin Model-Based Damage Identication in a Continuous Bridge Using Vibration Data Ashutosh Bagchi, Jag Humar, Hongpo Xu, and Ahmed S. Noman Performance Problems and Stabilization Techniques for Granular Shoulders Mohamed M. Mekkawy, David J. White, Charles T. Jahren, and Muhannad T. Suleiman Structural Condition Assessment of Sewer Pipelines Zafar Khan, Tarek Zayed, and Osama Moselhi Editors Note Kenneth L. Carper

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Serves as a forum for the discussion of the causes and costs of performance deficiencies in all aspects of the construction industry. Although primarily devoted to structural and geotechnical failure case studies and to investigation techniques related to those fields, the Journals scope includes disciplines other than those normally classified with civil engineering to enhance its interdisciplinary character. Papers continue to feature the causes and costs of catastrophic failures, serviceability problems, and other performance challenges, and procedural as well as technical causes of failures. Intended Readership: Civil engineers in the construction industry, along with professionals in allied industries, including architects, builders, building owners and managers, attorneys, and/or insurance industry professionals
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Journal of Pipeline Systems Engineering and Practice


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Journal of

Pipeline Systems Engineering and Practice


1 Editors Note Mohammad Naja Compression Performance of Steel Pipelines with Welded Slip Joints James A. Mason, Thomas D. ORourke, Scott Jones, and Ilker Tutuncu Long-Range Facility Planning Based on Dynamic Programming for Optimum Combined Cost and Probability Paths K. K. Botros, W. J. Tchir, J. F. Henderson, and B. Chmilar Seismic Damage Estimation for Buried Pipelines: Challenges after Three Decades of Progress Omar Pineda-Porras and Mohammad Naja Recommendations for Design of Reinforced Concrete Pipe Ece Erdogmus, Brian N. Skourup, and Maher Tadros Reliability Analysis of Buried Flexible Pipe-Soil Systems G. L. Sivakumar Babu and Amit Srivastava Ranking of the Factors Affecting Productivity of Microtunneling Projects Mohamed Y. Hegab and Ossama M. Salem Hierarchical Fuzzy Expert System for Risk of Failure of Water Mains Hussam Fares and Tarek Zayed Ring-Reinforced Pipelines: That Moment of Myster y W. David Carrier III Technical Papers 2

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The Journal reports on a broad range of topics including the planning engineering design construction renewal safety operation and maintenance asset management environmental aspects and sustainability of pipeline systems. An important technical reference for researchers and practitioners from academia, industry, and government, it presents in-depth information on water distribution and transmission systems; wastewater collection systems (gravity and force mains); storm sewers and drainage structures/culverts; oil, gas, industrial, slurry, pneumatic, and capsule pipelines; as well as conduit applications for power and communication cables.
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Now in its 2nd year

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Professional Issues in Engineering Education & Practice


57 Forum 58 Application of PBL Methodology to the Teaching of Engineering Project Management Jos Manuel Mesa Fernndez, Valeriano lvarez Cabal, Joaqun Villanueva Balsera, and Gemma Martnez Huerta Project Management and Green Buildings: Lessons from the Rating Systems Peng Wu and Sui Pheng Low Joseph B. Strauss, Charles A. Ellis, and the Golden Gate Bridge: Justice at Last Francis E. Griggs Jr. Model of Integrating Humanitarian Development into Engineering Education Bernard Amadei and Robyn Sandekian Pedagogy of Teaching Value Management in Postgraduate Construction and Property Program Ann T. W. Yu and Qiping Shen Outreach to K-12 Teachers: Workshop in Instrumentation, Sensors, and Engineering Magued Iskander, Vikram Kapila, and Noel Kriftcher Methodology for Written and Oral Presentation of Research Results Sanida Omerovic, Saso Tomazic, Milan Milutinovic, and Veljko Milutinovic Editors Note Norbert J. Delatte

Journal of Professional Issues in Engineering Education and Practice


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Norbert J. Delatte, Ph.D., P.E., Cleveland State University

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Examines topics of broad professional interest and presents diverse perspectives on engineering management, professional activities, and technical problems. Through peer-reviewed articles, the Journal investigates the relationships between civil engineering and other disciplines while emphasizing the engineers obligations and responsibilities. Papers highlight social, economic, and ecological implications of technological achievements. This journal illuminates the progress and future directions of civil engineering as a whole, from the promotion of ethics to the impact of infrastructure on the economy. The entire civil engineering community
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1 Editors Note Richard A. Walther Construction Safety B. Monahan Sr. Monitoring System to Provide Assurance for Maintenance of Structures Giacomo Moriconi and Tarun R. Naik Planning for Commercial Vehicle Weight Limit Change: Application and Computer Software G. Fu, Harry Cohen, Paul Thompson, J. Feng, and W. Dekelbab End Forces on Crossframes in Horizontally Curved Steel I-Girder Bridges Dajin Liu and Robert Magliola Effect of Fastener-Deck Strength on the Wind-Uplift Performance of Mechanically Attached Roong Assemblies Suda Molleti, Steven Kee Ping Ko, and Bas A. Baskaran Why Cost and Schedule Overruns on Mega Oil Sands Projects? George F. Jergeas and Janaka Ruwanpura Rating City and County of Denver Urban Pavement Constructability Using a Proler Kevin L. Rens and Brian Staley Damped Properties and Noether Symmetries of Damped Free Vibration Jing-Li Fu, Hao Fu, Ning-Fen Su, and Guo-Liang Bai New Dynamic Participation Factor for Turbine-Generator Foundations Ping Gu Safety Assessment of a Steel Frame Using LRFD and SBRA Methods Leo Vclavek, I.-Hong Chen, and Pavel Marek
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Journal of Structural Engineering


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Forum 339 Structural Art and the Example of Flix Candela David P. Billington and Maria E. Moreyra Garlock Unied Element and Section Approach to Design of Cold-Formed Steel Structures M. R. Bambach Combined Distortional and Overall Flexural-Torsional Buckling of Cold-Formed Stainless Steel Sections: Experimental Investigations Barbara Rossi, Jean-Pierre Jaspart, and Kim J. R. Rasmussen Combined Distortional and Overall Flexural-Torsional Buckling of Cold-Formed Stainless Steel Sections: Design Barbara Rossi, Jean-Pierre Jaspart, and Kim J. R. Rasmussen Cyclic Behavior of Shear Links of Various Grades of Plate Steel Peter Dusicka, Ahmad M. Itani, and Ian G. Buckle Stress-Strain Behavior of Concrete in Hybrid FRP-Concrete-Steel Double-Skin Tubular Columns T. Yu, J. G. Teng, and Y. L. Wong Simple Plastic Model for Shear Critical SFRC Beams Nino Spinella, Piero Colajanni, and Antonino Recupero Finite-Element Model for Pretensioned Prestressed Concrete Girders Ashraf Ayoub and Filip C. Filippou Effect of Fabric Webs on the Static Response of Spindle-Shaped Tensairity Columns Thomas E. Wever, Theofanis S. Plagianakos, Rolf H. Luchsinger, and Peter Marti Adaptive Harmony Search Method for Structural Optimization Og uzhan Hasanebi, Ferhat Erdal, and Mehmet Polat Saka Tracking Error-Based Ser vohydraulic Actuator Adaptive Compensation for Real-Time Hybrid Simulation Cheng Chen and James M. Ricles
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Journal of Surveying Engineering


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Technical Papers 1 Modern Determination of Vertical Deections Using Digital Zenith Cameras Christian Hirt, Beat Brki, Anna Somieski, and Gnter Seeber Extended Receiver Autonomous Integrity Monitoring eRAIM for GNSS/INS Integration Steve Hewitson and Jinling Wang Rotation- and Translation-Free Estimations of Symmetric, Rank-Two Tensors with a Case Study in LIDAR Sur veying Jen-Yu Han, Boudewijn H. W. van Gelder, and Shiang-Ling Lin Precise Control Sur vey for Erecting the Steel Pylons of the Third Nanjing Yangtze River Bridge, China: Case Study Teng Huang, Guihua Li, Hongyu Chen, and Minwei Jiang Evaluation and Adaptation of the EGM2008 Geopotential Model along the Northern Nile Valley, Egypt: Case Study Gomaa M. Dawod, Hoda F. Mohamed, and Sherine S. Ismail Clarifying the Relationship between Quality of Global Positioning System Data and Precision of Positioning Ta-Kang Yeh, Yi-Jao Chen, Yi-Da Chung, Chung-Wei Feng, and Guochang Xu 13

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Technical Papers Transportation Systems 281 Single-Stage Integer Programming Model for Long-Term Transit Fleet Resource Allocation Sabyasachee Mishra, Tom V. Mathew, and Snehamay Khasnabis Practical Solution Concepts for Planning and Designing Roadways Nikiforos Stamatiadis, Adam Kirk, Don Hartman, and Jerry Pigman Structural Deformation Characteristics of Installed HDPE Circular Pipelines Ardavan Motahari and Ali Abolmaali Simulation-Based Assessment of Vehicle Safety Behavior under Hazardous Driving Conditions Suren Chen and Feng Chen Comparative Analysis of Compact Multilane Roundabouts and Turbo-Roundabouts Raffaele Mauro and Federico Branco Multimodal Feeder Network Design Problem: Ant Colony Optimization Approach Afshin Shariat Mohaymany and Ali Gholami Integration of GIS and Data Mining Technology to Enhance the Pavement Management Decision Making Guoqing Zhou, Linbing Wang, Dong Wang, and Scott Reichle Estimation of Remaining Ser vice Life of Flexible Pavements from Surface Deections Daba S. Gedafa, Mustaque Hossain, Richard Miller, and Thomas Van

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Journal of Urban Planning and Development


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SPECIAL ISSUE: Challenges in Transportation Planning for Asian Cities SPECIAL ISSUE EDITOR: Dr. Ashish Verma Introduction 1 Challenges in Transportation Planning for Asian Cities Ashish Verma Willingness to Shift to Walking or Bicycling to Access Suburban Rail: Case Study of Mumbai, India Rajat Rastogi Assessment of the Pedestrianization Policy in Vigan City: UNESCO World Heritage Site Franklyn T. Amistad Pedestrian Flow Characteristics in Mixed Trafc Conditions Kotkar Kishor Laxman, Rajat Rastogi, and Satish Chandra Multiobjective Transit Passenger Information System Design Using GIS Saurabh Kasturia and Ashish Verma Modeling Generalized Cost of Travel and Its Application for Improvement of Taxies in Kolkata Phani Kumar Chintakayala and Bhargab Maitra Microsimulation Study of the Effect of Exclusive Bus Lane on Heterogeneous Trafc Flow V. Thamizh Arasan and P. Vedagiri Calibration of Microsimulation Models for Nonlane-Based Heterogeneous Trafc at Signalized Intersections Tom V. Mathew and Padmakumar Radhakrishnan Delay Function for Signalized Intersections in Trafc Assignment Models Ehsan Mazloumi, Sara Moridpour, and Hassan Mohsenian
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July / August 2010 Volume 136, Number 4 ISSN 0733-9496 CODEN: JWRMD5

Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management


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Editorial 409 Practice and Teaching of American Water Management in a Changing World John Briscoe State of the Art for Genetic Algorithms and beyond in Water Resources Planning and Management John Nicklow, Patrick Reed, Dragan Savic, Tibebe Dessalegne, Laura Harrell, Amy Chan-Hilton, Mohammad Karamouz, Barbara Minsker, Avi Ostfeld, Abhishek Singh, and Emily Zechman, Technical Papers 412

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Examines the administrative, economic, environmental, and social concerns relating to the use and conservation of water. The Journal reports on attempts to achieve environmental and social objectives in such areas as fish and wildlife management, water-based recreation, and wild and scenic river use. Additional discussions cover computer applications within water resource management, along with cultural, ecological, and historical values of critical importance.
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Technical Papers 191 200 Incorporation of Air Emissions in Dredging Method Selection Mark J. Anderson and Brian D. Barkdoll Moments-Based Reduced Spectral Wave Modeling of Frequency-and-Directional Spreading Effects on Wave-Induced Longshore Currents Yang Zhang and Andrew B. Kennedy Clustering Time Series of Sea Levels: Extreme Value Approach Manuel G. Scotto, Andrs M. Alonso, and Susana M. Barbosa Numerical Age and Residence-Time Mapping for a Small Tidal Creek: Case Study Feleke Arega and A. W. Badr New Relationships for Equilibrium Shaped Bays Mario Mita

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