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Ports 2004 : port development in the changing world : Ports Conference 2004 : May 23-26, 2004, Houston, Texas, USA

Author: Stephen A Curtis; American Society of Civil Engineers.
Publisher: [Reston, Va.] : American Society of Civil Engineers, ©2005.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : Conference publication : English
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Contains professional technical papers that discuss current progress in port and harbor facilities development.
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Material Type: Conference publication, Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Stephen A Curtis; American Society of Civil Engineers.
OCLC Number: 61446342
Notes: Title from table of contents page (viewed on Aug. 25, 2005).
Contents: Embarkation/Disembarkation of Cruise Ship Passengers between the Terminal and the Ship --
Port Canaveral Cruise Terminal No. 10 Berth Improvements --
Port Everglades New International Cruise Terminal and Airport People Mover Connection: Development Strategy for the Largest Cruise Terminal Complex on the US East Coast --
A Port's Success from Warehouse to Cruising: The Texas Cruise Ship Terminals at Galveston --
Timber Wave Screen Design and Repair Issues --
Fixed Wave Screen Designs --
Second Stage of Coatzacoalcos Port Breakwater Lengthening with Underwater Sand --
Filled Textile Containers --
Wave Agitation Studies for Port Expansion: Salalah, Oman --
Waters Toolbox --
Use of Numerical and Statistical Wave Models in the Structural Design and Operational Analysis of Harbor and Near-shore Structures --
Dynamic Analysis of Moored Ships Exposed to Passing Vessels --
Influence of Batter Piles on the Dynamic Behavior of Pile-Supported Wharf Structures --
Have Batter Piles Gotten a Bad Rap in Seismic Zones? (Or Everything You Wanted to Know About Batter Piles But Were Afraid to Ask) --
Complexity of Capacity Estimation of Driven Piles in Weathered Coral Limestone --
Pier 400 Container Wharf Indicator Pile Driving Program Results, Port of Los Angeles, California --
Managing Federally Funded Security Projects --
Port Crisis Management Using Geographic Information Systems --
Wartime Assessment of the Port of Umm Qasr, Iraq --
What Is Life-Cycle Management and What Can It Do for Me and My Port Structures? --
Inventory Hierarchy Development for the U.S. Navy's WHARFER Engineered Management System --
Emerging Structural Material Standards in a Changing World --
Taking Advantage of Strengths and Weaknesses when Rehabilitating Waterfront Structures --
Selection and Implementation of Web-based Project Management and Technical Collaboration Systems for Port Development Use --
Design Considerations for Phased Construction of an Operating Container Terminal --
Capital Improvements Program Phasing and Implementation Port of Palm Beach, Riviera Beach, Florida --
An Approach to Developing Construction Documents for a Complex Waterfront Facility --
Design of a Confined Disposal Facility on Compressible Organic Soil --
Design, Construction and Monitoring of a Contaminated Sediment Cap in the Columbia River --
Design of Confined Placement Areas in Sabine-Neches Waterway, Texas --
Design and Construction of a Nearshore Confined Disposal Facility --
The Design of Earthquake Damage Repairs to Wharves Before the Earthquake Occurs --
Seismic Microzonation Study at the Port of Oakland --
Manzanillo Mexico's SSAMM Terminal: Lessons Learned from 1995 and 2003 Earthquakes --
Comparison of 3D Modeling to Recorded Seismic Response for a Pile Supported Wharf --
Regeneration of Harbor Areas for Sport and Pleasure Navigation --
Plum Point Restoration: A Port, City, and Community Partnership --
Port of Corpus Christi, Texas: Waterfront Redevelopment --
Eureka Inner Channel Boardwalk Revitalization: A Public-Private Development Success Story --
Lessons Learned in Planning the Dabhol LNG Terminal --
Development of the Marine Elements of an LNG Receiving and LPG Export Terminal at Ocean Cay --
Guidelines for the Periodic Inspection of Marine Oil Terminals --
Software Development for Berthing Analysis and Structural Loading on Waterfront Facilities --
Moored Ships: Determining Water Level Variations that Cause Berthing Problems --
Marine Fender Systems --
Harbor Maintenance Using a Regional Sediment Management Approach --
A Collaborative Effort to Manage Contaminated Sediment Disposal in the Los Angeles Region --
Environmental Planning and Engineering Studies: The San Francisco Airport Experience --
Onsite Dredged Material Management for Bayport Terminal Complex --
An Alternative to Sheet Pile Bulkheads at the Bayport Terminal Complex --
Container Wharves at Bayport Terminal Complex --
Development of the Bayport Stormwater and First-Flush Collection System --
Different Equipment Requires Different Pavements: Development of the Pavement Sections for the Proposed Bayport Container Terminal --
Bringing Bermuda's Ferry System into the 21st Century --
Great Lakes Cargo and Passenger Ferry Systems --
Modernizing the Galveston-Bolivar Ferry System --
Edmonds Ferry Terminal: Overhead Pedestrian Loading System --
Deepening of Port Facilities: Design and Installation of Toe Walls --
Modernizing a Three Decade Old Wharf Structure for the Next Generation of Containerships --
Berth 14 Upgrade at the Port of Balboa, Panama --
General Purpose Cargo Pier Mack Point Searsport, Maine --
MacMillan Pier Reconstruction Provincetown, MA --
Planning, Design and Construction of the New Auto Handling Terminal, Port of Wilmington, DE for the Diamond State Port Corporation --
Port Infrastructure for Mine Development in Remote Locations --
Contaminated Sediment Removal and Disposal in Jacksonville Harbor, Florida --
Todd Pacific Shipyard Sediment Superfund Cleanup: Dredging, Habitat Construction and Pier Reconstruction in an Operating Shipyard --
Consideration of Waterway Use and Physical Characteristics in Evaluating Remedies for Contaminated Sediment Sites --
Ports of Long Beach and Los Angeles Rail Master Planning Study --
Port of Vancouver Rail Network Simulation Model: Planning for Intermodal Growth --
Alternatives for Expanding the Panama Canal --
Information Network for Intermodal Transport Chains on Inland Waterways --
Expanding the Blair Waterway Navigation Channel and Turning Basin to Meet the Needs of Post Panamax Ships --
Grading, Drainage, and Pavement Challenges Associated with Development of Pierce County Terminal --
Intermodal Yard Development: Pierce County Terminal --
Transforming Pierce County Terminal from a General Cargo Terminal to a Modern Intermodal Container Terminal --
Design of an Offshore Tripod Structure for MET/OCEAN Research --
Waterfront Wharf and Crane Rail Improvements: Port Newark Container Terminal (PNCT) --
Hood Canal Floating Bridge East Half Replacement Graving Dock --
Breakwater for Service Harbour, Gulf of Aden --
The New PMA/ILWU Agreement: Motivation and Impacts --
Development of a New Bridge Lift System for Washington State Ferries --
Terminal Equipment and Operating Improvements to the Conley Massport Container Terminal: Capacity Improvement Strategy for Increasing the Conley Terminal Throughput Capacity --
An Economic Loss Due to Bottlenecks for Domestic Automobile Transportation of International Maritime Container Cargos in Japan --
Economic Justification of Navigation Projects --
Balancing Port Planning: Demand, Capacity, Land, Cost, Environment, and Uncertainty --
Planning Considerations for Petroleum Terminals in Sub-Arctic Environments --
The Behavior of Piles in Sloping Rock Fill at Marginal Wharves --
Geotechnical Challenges of Pile Driving in a Marginally Stable Slope: Terminal 46 Apron Upgrade, Port of Seattle, Washington --
Use of Displacement Piles to Improve Slope Stability at Port of Los Angeles Berth 100 Wharf --
Design Issues for Marginal Wharf Structures --
A Successful Approach to Site Remediation and Redevelopment of Property Contaminated with Oil Field Wastes --
Using Contaminated Materials in Pavement Construction Refrigerated Container Facility: Tenth Avenue Marine Terminal, Port of San Diego --
Solidification/Stabilization Treatment and Examples of Use at Port Facilities --
Cathodic Protection for Port Facilities --
Protection and Repairs of Steel Sheet Piles in Tidal Zone --
Protection of Steel Sheet Pile Bulkhead Using Precast Concrete Veneer --
The Utilization of Jet Grouting and Soil Mixing Methods to Repair and Support Bulkhead Structures --
International Trade and Port Infrastructure Development --
Construction of a Container Terminal on Bay Fill Created from Dredged Mud and Sand at the Port of Oakland --
Review of Effects of Resuspended Sediments: Implications for Dredging Water Quality Monitoring and Compliance --
Fixed Sand Bypassing System Cost Analysis --
Expansion of Middle Eastern Port Overcomes Difficult Ground Conditions --
Geotechnical Engineering and Surprising Performance of Dredged Fill at Port of Oakland's Berth 55/56 Terminal --
Seismic Remediation of Seawall by Engineered Geomaterial --
Seismic Stability of a Sloping Sediment Cap --
Securing Cranes for Storm Wind: Uncertainties and Recommendations --
Analysis, Design and Construction of the Supporting Structure and Wharf Retrofit for a New Shiploader at the Port of Long Beach, California --
Increasing Crane Girder Capacity Using the Strut-and-Tie Method --
Reducing the Environmental Impact of Quayside Cranes on Neighboring Communities --
Choctaw Point Terminal: Conceptual Planning and Design --
Port and Multi-Modal Facility Land Use Master Planning: Port Freeport, Texas--
Master Plan --
Port Planning: Texas City International Terminal --
Building Architecture for Container Terminals --
Predicting the Remaining Service Life of Waterfront Structures --
Development of a Diving Training Program for Engineer-Divers Conducting Underwater Inspections --
Timber Structures Protection Manual --
Load Test of Timber Piers at Naval Weapons Station, Concord, California. Pile Wrap Evaluation Study --
Epoxy Encapsulation Systems & Construction Methods for Timber Pile Repairs --
Joint Effort Rapid Response Minimizes Downtime during Fuel Oil Dock Replacement --
Concrete Sheet Pile Repair: Naval Station, San Diego, California --
Repair Pier 4: Naval Station, San Diego California --
Pier 36A Replacement and Slip Widening: U.S. Coast Guard, Seattle, Washington --
Displacement-Based Seismic Design of a Large Naval Pier --
Modular Hybrid Pier for Naval Ports --
Design and Construction of Roller-Compacted Concrete Pavements for Container Terminals --
Advanced Approach in Designing and Building Heavy Duty Pavements for High-Density Container Terminal Operation --
Post-Panamax Container Ship Access at Port of Miami --
New Berth 21 Container Terminal Feasibility Study, Port of Oakland, CA --
Performance and Comparison of Water Level Forecasting Models for the Texas Ports and Waterways --
Port Freeport's "FlowInfo": An example of an Integrated Port Navigation and Environmental Data System (IPNEDS) --
Interlocking Concrete Block Pavements at Howland Hook Marine Terminal --
Standard Urban Storm Water Mitigation Plan (Susmp) Compliance at the Port of Los Angeles --
Todd Pacific Shipyards: Contaminated Industrial Stormwater Collection and Treatment System --
Implementing a Construction Safety Program for Seaport Facilities --
The Importance of Construction Phasing and Flexibility at Operating Terminals: Port Newark Container Terminal Case Study --
Partnering Allows Container Wharf Construction in Record Time at Port of Los Angeles Berth 100.
Other Titles: Port development in the changing world
Proceedings of Ports Conference 2004
Responsibility: Stephen A. Curtis, editor.

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