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Author Ports 2010 (2010 : Jacksonville, Fla.)

Title Ports 2010 : building on the past, respecting the future : proceedings of the Ports 2010 Conference, April 25-28, 2010, Jacksonville, Florida / Thomas Ward, Bruce I. Ostbo, editors
Published [Reston, Va.] : American Society of Civil Engineers, 2010
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Contents Cruise Vessel Wind Coefficients for Mooring Analysis -- Physical Model Tests of Bowthruster Impacts to Armored Slopes -- Widening and Deepening the Main Navigational Channel of the Lower St. Johns River (Northeastern Florida): Simulation of the Pre- and Post-Condition Hydrodynamics -- PIANC Maritime Navigation Commission Working Group 56: Application of Geotextiles in Waterfront Protection -- Port of Anchorage Tidal Hydraulics Physical Model -- Design of Port@Lekki -- Seismic Analysis and Design of Berth 14 Extension Balboa, Panama -- Seismic Retrofit of Piers Supported on Battered Piles Using Lead-Rubber Bearings -- Analysis of Seawall Concepts Using Yielding Soil Anchors -- Experimental Study of the Seismic Response of Container Cranes -- Structural-Geotechnical Procedures for New Wharf Design -- Quay Wall Influence on Passing-Ship Induced Mooring Loads -- Benchmark Tests for Harbor Wave Agitation Models -- Design of Hurricane Wave Forces for Overwater Structures -- Evaluation of Wave Reflection Coefficient from Dynamically Stable Reshaping Berm Breakwaters -- A (Geotechnical) Tale of Two Land Reclamations -- Design and Construction for Optimization of a Dredge Spoil Area -- Port of Anacortes Former Scott Paper Mill Clean-Up Innovative Solution and Challenges -- Masonville Marine Terminal: Port Development, Dredged Material Management, Environmental Restoration and Mitigation -- Steel Sheet Pile Wall Wale Rehabilitation -- Seismic Design Methods for Anchored Sheet Pile Bulkheads -- Deep Foundation for Difficult Site Conditions -- Geotechnical Site Assessment for Port of Long Beach, Pier G Container Terminal Redevelopment Program -- Container Terminal Development on Soft-Ground Sites: Geotechnical Considerations -- Vibroreplacement of Sand within a Closed-Cell Cofferdam Wall -- Geotechnical Challenges Associated with the Design of a New Marine Oil Terminal at the Port of Los Angeles -- Geotechnical Aspects of the Port of Long Beach Pier E Redevelopment Project -- Integrated Navigation Effects/Impacts Modeling System -- Port of Ehoala : Design of Navigation Works -- Modeling Passing Vessels and Moorings in Port Design and Operation -- Navigation of Inland Waterways at Bridge Crossings -- Integrated Site Investigation for Craney Island Eastward Expansion, Portsmouth, Virginia -- Ex-Situ Loss Rates from ACZA Treated and Wrapped Piles -- Subsurface Investigation of Uniform Wharf at Naval Base Guam -- Pile Repair and Cathodic Protection of Chem Marine Pier -- Duluth-Superior Harbor Freshwater Corrosion Update -- The Euromax Quay Wall: A Durable Construction -- Rehabilitation of Navy Pier : Facility Modernization and Extension of Service Life San Diego Unified Port District, San Diego, California -- Numerical Modeling to Achieve Concrete Durability for New Waterfront Structures of 100 Years or More, but at What Price? -- Gulf Marine Fabricators Graving Dock -- Electric Boat Graving Docks 1 & 2 Construction Challenges -- Development of Wind and Current Coefficients for Multiple U.S. Navy Vessel Analysis Using OPTIMOOR -- Berths 145-147 Container Terminal Wharf Upgrade Design and Construction at the Port of Los Angeles -- Reconstruction Work on Lyttelton Port of Christchurch New Zealand Marine Oil and Gas Terminal Utilising an Innovative Cable Stayed Fender System -- Submarine Cables Cause Dock Wall Failure at the Port of Milwaukee -- Piers 6 and 31 Replacement : Evolution of Design -- Implementation of New Regulations for Marine Oil Terminals in California -- Proposed Seismic Detailing Criteria for Piers and Wharves -- Seismic Design of Marine Caisson Waterfront Structures -- Seismic Fragility of Jumbo Port Container Cranes -- Wharf Structure Design Consideration of Pier E Redevelopment Project at the Port of Long Beach -- Economic Solutions for New Vessel Construction at Shipyard -- City of San Clemente Coastal Trail -- Salt Pond SF2 Restoration, Wildlife and Habitat Protection -- Winter Flounder Habitat Utilization and Environmental Windows in New York and New Jersey Harbor -- Emulating Nature by Building an Island Style Breakwater for the Fort Pierce Marina -- LID Concepts for Container Terminals -- Project Development of Jacksonville Shipyards Redevelopment -- Planning and Financial Considerations for Small Craft Harbors -- Design of Marine Habitat Mitigation Structure -- Modeling of Oxygen Injection Experiment in Savannah Harbor -- In-Situ Capping of Contaminated Sediments with Organophilic Clay -- Remediation of an Active Oilfield in a Port Environment -- Innovative Reuse of Drydocks as Contained Disposal Sites -- Jacksonville Harbor Crosscurrents: Planning Options to Provide a Beneficial Use of Dredged Material Opportunity -- New Port Construction Leads to Salt Water Wetland Creation -- Dredged Material Management Planning for the Intracoastal and Okeechobee Waterways in Florida -- Mooring Loads Due to Perpendicular Passing Ships -- Modeling Moored Ship Response to a Passing Ship -- Passing Ship Effects at Typical Waterfronts -- Comparison of CADET Vertical Ship Motions with DGPS in Ambrose Channel -- Two-Dimensional Modeling of Sediment Transport and Bed Morphology to Identify Shoaling Reduction Alternatives near Matanzas Inlet in St. Johns County, Florida -- Minimising Harbour Siltation The Economic and Environmental Future of Ports -- Jetty Modification Study for Kalaeloa Barbers Point Harbor, Hawaii -- Why Deepen US Harbors? : A Recession and the Panama Canal -- Tightrope in Houma: Balancing Competing Needs for a Deepened Channel -- Jacksonville Harbor: Costs of the 40-Foot Deepening -- Numerical Modeling and Field Study for the Jacksonville Harbor Deepening Project: A Comprehensive Approach -- Geophysics and Dredging in the Giant New York Harbor Deepening Project -- Vision from Inland Navigation Technology '09 Workshop -- Expanded Use of Automatic Identification System (AIS) Navigation Technology in Vessel Traffic Services (VTS) -- Process and Equipment Automation for Container Terminals
Extreme Loading of Wharf Crane Girders -- Pile Installation below a Settlement-Sensitive Bridge -- Construction of a Deep-Sea Wharf in the Canadian Arctic -- Evaluation and Design for Wharf Berth Improvements -- Rehabilitation of the Orient Point Lighthouse Foundation -- Nested RMGs for Intermodal Rail Handling -- Hybrid Design/Build Approach for Quaywall 729 -- Installation of RMG Cranes at Intermodal Rail Yard -- Container Crane Recycling: Upgrade and Relocation -- The Challenge of Designing a Port Terminal on a Compressible Spring, Craney Island Eastward Expansion, Portsmouth, Virginia -- RCC Pavement Success at Mobile Container Terminal -- -- Design of Container Yard at Port of Balboa -- Long-Term Thinking Yields Innovative Wharf Topping -- Microbial Induced Corrosion in Ports and Harbors Worldwide -- Relative Material Loss : A Methodology for Approximating Material Loss on Structural Plating Separating Dissimilar Marine Environments -- Challenges Associated with Implementing Operations for the First Cold Ironing of Oil Tanker Vessels -- Site Specific Challenges for Cold Ironing Upgrades -- Enhancing South Africa's Port Maintenance -- Service Life Extension Program for Dry Docks 10 and 11 -- Geophysical-Geological Mapping of Infrastructure in New York Harbor -- Practical Repair of Timber Structures -- Limiting LNG: Public Perception Hinders the Role of Liquefied Natural Gas Domestically -- Updated Port Wave/Flood Load Building Code Provisions -- Strategic Risk Management/Mitigation Plan for the San Francisco Bay and River Delta Region -- Safe Harbor: Berth Expansion to Support New Bedford's Growing Commercial Fishing Fleet -- Port of Ehoala : Planning of a Multi-Use Facility -- Development of the SP-SSA International Terminal, Vietnam -- Implementation of the San Pedro Bay Ports Rail Enhancement Program -- New York City Harbor: A New Face for a National Landmark -- Integration of Container Terminal Design and Construction with Operations to Reduce the Project Delivery Cost and Shorten the Schedule -- Rapid Pier Delivery Using Precast Concrete Components -- Blair-Hylebos Peninsula Terminal Redevelopment: Road/Rail/Infrastructure Improvements -- Construction Management of a Marine Terminal Expansion -- Design, Build, Finance, and Operate the Greenfield Port of Bata -- Infrastructure Cargo Fees : A Way Forward -- Port of Tacoma Engineering Estimate Validations on Large Projects -- Container Facilities at Lázaro Cárdenas, Mexico -- Apron Wharf Structure for Fairview Container Terminal -- Manzanillo Container Terminal Redevelopment: Maximizing Throughput in a Limited Space -- Planning and Design of the Port of Balboa Phase 4 Expansion Balboa, Panama -- Development of New Container Terminal in Jacksonville -- Long Beach's Middle Harbor : First Modern Terminal Proposed under New Environmental Rules -- Design of Pier S Marine Terminal Per the Green Port Policy -- Operational Buildings Dames Point Terminal, Jaxport -- Planning for a New Berth in New York Harbor -- A Better Move -- Automated Container Terminals in North America -- Master Planning of a Semi-Automated Container Terminal -- Modern Greenfield Terminal Development -- Tools for Faster Turn-Around Times in RoRo Terminals: Case Studies from Europe: Karlshamn-Klaipeda Short Sea Shipping Link -- Modernizing a 90 Year Old Petroleum Shipping Terminal to Meet Current Operation Standards and Regulations -- Comparative Study of Thermal Coal Import Facilities -- The Marine Oil Terminal Engineering and Maintenance Program at the Port of Los Angeles -- Rehabilitation of DrydockNo. 2, Portsmouth Navy Shipyard: Innovative Solutions for a 108 year Old Drydock -- Case Study of a Navy Magnetic Silencing Facility -- Design and Construction of Cruise Berth for Colon 2000, Panama -- Development and Qualification of a Floating Pier for the U.S. Navy Fleet -- Creating a Green Marina in Panama Bay -- Fishermen's Terminal Renovation at Port of Seattle -- Replacement of Three Ferry Berths at Northern Terminals -- Treatment Pond to 350-Slip Marina : Planning & Design
Notes Title from table of contents screen (ASCE research Web site, viewed June 15, 2010)
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references
Subject Harbors -- Design and construction -- Congresses.
Harbors -- Maintenance and repair -- Congresses.
Waterfronts -- Congresses.
Waterfronts -- Design and construction -- Congresses.
Wharves -- Congresses.
Genre/Form Conference papers and proceedings.
Conference papers and proceedings.
Form Electronic book
Author Ostbo, Bruce I.
Ward, Thomas.
ISBN 0784473382 (e-book)
9780784473382 (e-book)
Other Titles Building on the past, respecting the future