PETER PARA VALOS & WAYNE H. KALAYJIAN
Using an intricately phased process that required careful planning, this lighthouse structure was moved 450 feet across “soft” terrain and was saved, for the foreseeable future, from the effects of severe coastal erosion
FRANCIS E. GRIGGS, JR.
Using wrought iron, riveted plate tied arch as a bridge-making solution, Moseley had a successful and prolific career as an innovative bridge-builder in the nineteenth century.
ALA T ABIEI
A comparison of the simulation results of software using the finite element method with data obtained by performing tension tests indicates that the model can anticipate the behavior of guardrails accurately.
CHARLES B. SCOTT & STEVE JOHNIS
The extent, layout and connection method make the use of a fender system composed of used tires an economical as well as an inventive engineering solution.
ANDREW J. WHITTLE
cent progress in using finite element analyses to predict the performance of braced excavations in clays incorporates a generalized effective stress soil model to describe important aspects of clay behavior..
CYNTHIA L. CHABOT, JOEL LUNGER & JASON WAGNER
A unique instructional and investigative presentation provides a way for public and, private sector engineers to establish better avenues of communication to work more effectively on projects together.