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  • Carlson, Robert F.; Fox, Patricia (University of Alaska, Institute of Water Resources, 1974-07)
    The primary objective of this project was to complete development of an arctic hydrologic model and to evaluate its usefulness in generating information useful for a design tool in estimation of peak flow discharges. The ...
  • Petty, Timothy R. (2017-05)
    Floods rank as the deadliest and most frequently occurring natural hazard worldwide, and in 2013 floods in the United States ranked second only to wind storms in accounting for loss of life and damage to property. While ...
  • Schalk, Brian N. (2005-05)
    The National Park Service (NPS) is required to assess risks of flooding to existing and proposed structures within the boundaries of the NPS system. Within Denali National Park and Preserve (DNP & P), there are several ...
  • Ragunathan, Srivathsan (2003-12)
    Oscillatory flows have gained considerable research attention in the recent decades following an interest in transport enhancement in micro-electronic devices. Heat transfer enhancement due to flow modulation has an inherent ...
  • Rao, P.D.; Wolff, E.N. (University of Alaska Mineral Industry Research Laboratory, 1975)
    Interest in Alaska's coals has increased greatly in the last few years partly as a II result of the public's realization that we are in a real energy shortage and partly because the building of the Alaska pipe line has ...
  • Rao, P.D.; Wolff, E.N. (University of Alaska Mineral Industry Research Laboratory, 1980)
    The principal objectives of the conference were to bring together current knowledge on Alaska's coal resources, mining methods, utilization and marketing, and every interested party to share this knowledge. The excellent ...
  • Rao, P.D. (University of Alaska Mineral Industry Research Laboratory, 1987)
    This volume contains 35 papers presented at the two-day conference, "Focus on Alaska's Coal '86," held in Anchorage at the Hotel Captain Cook on October 28 and 29, 1986.
  • Rao, P.D.; Walsh, D.E. (University of Alaska Mineral Industry Research Laboratory, 1994)
    This volume contains 20 of the 28 papers presented at the two-day conference, "Focus on Alaska's Coal '93," held in Anchorage at the Hotel Captain Cook on May 5-7; 1993. "Focus on Alaska's Coal '93" is the fourth in a ...
  • Fourie, Walter (2005-12)
    Understanding the formation of pore ice in coarse grained soils is important to geotechnical and geo-environmental projects such as the construction of roads, airstrips and gravel foundations as well as the treatment of ...
  • Heiner, L.E. (University of Alaska Mineral Industry Research Laboratory, 1970)
    A general computer program has been written to process geochemical data resulting from the analysis of up to 34 trace elements per sample. This program will: 1. Produce a table for direct inclusion in formalreports. The ...
  • Heiner, Lawrence; Geller, Stephen P. (University of Alaska Mineral Industry Research Laboratory, 1966)
    A Fortran IV trend surface program with polynomial contouring and residual plotting has been adapted to the University of Alaska IBM 360 Model 40 Computer. The program will compute equations of polynomials of the first ...
  • Campbell, B.W.; DiMarchi, J.J.; Wolff, E.N. (University of Alaska Mineral Industry Research Laboratory, 1982)
    An abridged format of papers, presentations and addresses given during the conference held on March 30-31, 1982, compiled and edited by: Bruce W. Campbell, John J. DiMarchi, and Ernest N. Wolff.
  • Zhang, Tinggang (1998)
    Under repeated external loads, engineering structures or objects may fail by large plastic deformation or fatigue. Shakedown will occur when the accumulation of plastic deformation ceases under repeated loads; the response ...
  • Gossel, Cody A. (2019-05)
    Ferro-Electric Random Access Memory (FRAM) is a leap forward in non-volatile data storage technology for embedded systems. It allows for persistent storage without any power consumption, fulfilling the same role as flash ...
  • Cui, Na; Xie, Ning; Shi, Xianming (Center for Environmentally Sustainable Transportation in Cold Climates, 2016-12)
    It is important to assess from a holistic perspective the sustainability of road salt widely used in winter road maintenance (WRM) operations. The importance becomes increasingly apparent in light of competing priorities ...
  • Qiao, Pizhong; Zhou, Zhidong (Center for Environmentally Sustainable Transportation in Cold Climates, 2017-12-31)
    This study’s aim was to evaluate the freeze-thaw durability of shotcrete in cold regions and predict its long-term performance. One benchmark mix design from the WSDOT was chosen to prepare samples for performance evaluation. ...
  • Bissue, Charles (2007-12)
    The purpose of this study was to characterize, and investigate the beneficiation of, the platiniferous and auriferous marine sediments of Southwestern Alaska, located near Platinum, Alaska. The majority of placer gold ...
  • Yang, Zhaohui “Joey”; Ge, Xiaoxuan; Still, Benjamin; Paris, Anthony (Alaska University Transportation Center, Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities, 2012)
  • Malosh, J. B. (1983-04)
    On the basis of fuel efficiency alone, the methanol fueled phosphoric acid fuel cell (PAFC) is a very attractive replacement for the diesel electric generator, especially in the bush regions of Alaska. However, because ...
  • McCauley, Craig Alan (2000-05)
    Alaska fuel-storage facilities are required by law to provide secondary containment for their largest tank-volume. Secondary containment commonly includes berms, catchment basins and ditches. Fuel-penetration rates on site ...

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