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[Evolution of Sedimentary Basins/Onshore Oil and Gas Investigations--Santa Maria Province: Chapters Y and Z]

[Evolution of Sedimentary Basins/Onshore Oil and Gas Investigations--Santa Maria Province: Chapters Y and Z]

Date: 1999
Creator: Sorlien, Christopher C.; Nicholson, Craig; Luyendyk, Bruce P.; Miller, Kate C. & Meltzer, Anne S.
Description: From abstract: A complex Neogene history characterizes the offshore Santa Maria basin and the northwest margin of the western Transverse Ranges, California. This history includes the transition from subduction to a transtensional and then transpressional plate boundary, including about 900 of clockwise rotation of the western Transverse Ranges. This report uses seismic reflection data to document the geometry of structures that accommodated this deformation and offshore well data to date and correlate the sediments which were affected by the different tectonic episodes.
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High-Explosive Ditching from Linear Charges

High-Explosive Ditching from Linear Charges

Date: July 1961
Creator: Carlson, R. H.
Description: Abstract: "Weights of linear high-explosive charges fired on the Yucca Lake playa of the Nevada Test Site varied from 0.23 to 42.7 pounds per foot. Crater and ditch dimensions and volumes resulting from these shots, fired during the fall of 1959 and spring of 1960, are presented here as a function of charge burst depths. Scaling relationships determined are as expected; i.e., square-root scaling of linear-charge weight per foot for ditch width and depth and a direct linear-charge weight relationship to ditch volume are obtained. Permanent ground surface displacement varies as the -3.22 power of the scaled distance from the charge. Detonation effects, charge shape effects, ditch erosion, and ditch cross sections are discussed. The appendixes present Toboggan data, results of soil investigation, and mathematical treatment given the data."
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Salton Sea Meteorological Instrumentation Test Series, Salton Sea, California, Conducted in September 1959

Salton Sea Meteorological Instrumentation Test Series, Salton Sea, California, Conducted in September 1959

Date: January 1961
Creator: Jones, L. E.; Levesque, R. L., Jr.; Niper, E. D. & Willis, John T.
Description: Abstract: "This report discusses tests conducted to determine the accuracy of meteorological equipment which is used to gather upper air data. Equipment tested was the GMD-2, SMD-1A, GMD-1B, and the WBRT-57. A four-station phototheodolite network was used as a standard for point-in-space determinations."
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High Explosive Crater Studies: Tuff

High Explosive Crater Studies: Tuff

Date: April 1961
Creator: Murphey, Byron F.
Description: Abstract: "Spherical charges of TNT, each weighing 256 pounds, were exploded at various depths in tuff to determine apparent crater dimensions in a soft rock. No craters were obtained for depths of burst equal to or greater than 13.3 feet. It was deduced that rock fragments were sufficiently large that charges of greater magnitude should be employed for crater experiments intended as models of nuclear explosions."
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Design of the Sandia High-Altitude Sampler Rocket System (HAS)

Design of the Sandia High-Altitude Sampler Rocket System (HAS)

Date: August 1961
Creator: Bustamante, A. C. & Walker, W. E.
Description: Abstract: "This report presents the characteristics incorporated in the design of a ballistic rocket system that is capable of carrying recoverable payloads varying in weight from 75 to 200 pounds to altitudes of 600,000 to 1,000,000 feet (msl)."
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Analysis of Pressure Drop and Heat Transfer of a Pebble-Bed-Storage Heater for a Hypersonic Wind Tunnel

Analysis of Pressure Drop and Heat Transfer of a Pebble-Bed-Storage Heater for a Hypersonic Wind Tunnel

Date: May 1961
Creator: Randall, D. E. & Bedford, A.
Description: Abstract: "The pressure drop and the time-temperature variation of the air test medium and heat storage material in a pebble-bed heater (designed for intermittent hypersonic wind-tunnel operation at test section Mach numbers of 4 to 11) are presented."
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20-ton HE Cratering Experiments in Desert Alluvium: Final Report, May 1962

20-ton HE Cratering Experiments in Desert Alluvium: Final Report, May 1962

Date: March 1960
Creator: Vortman, Luke J. & MacDougall, H. R.
Description: From abstract and summary: Project Stagecoach consisted of the detonation of three 40,000-pound charges. Blocks of cast TNT were stacked to resemble a sphere and, the whole center-detonated.
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Project Scooter: Final Report, October 1963

Project Scooter: Final Report, October 1963

Date: October 1963
Creator: Perret, William R.; Chabai, Albert J.; Reed, Jack W. & Vortman, Luke J.
Description: From abstract: This report includes results of studies of crater dimension, throwout material distribution, ground motion, dust cloud growth, and long-range air blast.
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High Explosive Crater Studies: Desert Alluvium

High Explosive Crater Studies: Desert Alluvium

Date: May 1961
Creator: Murphey, Byron F.
Description: From abstract: Crater dimensions have been determined for 23 explosions of 256-pound spherical TNT charges buried in desert alluvium. As opposed to previous work covering depths of burst as great as 6 feet, the work presented in this report extends knowledge of apparent crater radius and depth to depths of burst as great as 30 feet.
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Stress Pulse-Trains from Multiple Reflection at a Zone of Many Discontinuities: a Notation for Machine Solution

Stress Pulse-Trains from Multiple Reflection at a Zone of Many Discontinuities: a Notation for Machine Solution

Date: August 1962
Creator: Reed, R. P.
Description: Abstract: "Presented in this report is a numerical method by which may be calculated the amplitudes of the trains of pulses that result when a single simple stress pulse encounters a zone of many abrupt discontinuities in a slender rod. The notational scheme employed enables the system of multitudes of individual progagating waves to be studied in terms of analogous number sets which may be mechanically generated. The notational concept and related operational rules, described in this report, have been used to program the problem for solution with the IBM 704 computer. The program is briefly discussed. Illustrative examples were computed for rods of two to ten discontinuities. These were compared with a pulse reflected in a rod of an unlimited number of steps."
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Irreducible Representations of Line Groups: the Dynamics of Polymer Chains

Irreducible Representations of Line Groups: the Dynamics of Polymer Chains

Date: December 1961
Creator: Lawson, Katheryn Emanuel & Crosby, G. A.
Description: Abstract: "The symmetries of infinite polymer chain molecules are discussed using the concept of line groups. Explicit directions are given for obtaining the irreducible representations of line groups employing the formalism developed for three-dimensional space groups. Line groups containing primitive and nonprimitive operations are discussed. Detailed considerations of the line group Vh are given with specific applications to the polyethylene molecule. Directions for generating symmetry-adapted vibrational coordinates for chain molecules are outlined."
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20-ton and 1/2-ton High Explosive Cratering Experiments in Basalt Rock: Final Report, August 1962

20-ton and 1/2-ton High Explosive Cratering Experiments in Basalt Rock: Final Report, August 1962

Date: August 1962
Creator: Vortman, L. J.; MacDougall, H. R. & Rauber, D.F.
Description: From preface: Project Buckboard, a Plowshare sponsored effort, involved the detonation of three 40,000-pound and ten 1000-pound high-explosive charges in basalt rock.
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The Effect of Row Charge Spacing and Depth on Crater Dimensions

The Effect of Row Charge Spacing and Depth on Crater Dimensions

Date: November 1963
Creator: Vortman, Luke J. & Schofield, L. N.
Description: From preface: The work described in this document is directed toward determining the optimum method of employing explosives to form a ditch, channel, or canal of certain desired dimensions.
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A Scale-Model Experiment of the Crater Produced Through Terrain of Randomly Varying Elevation by Row Charges

A Scale-Model Experiment of the Crater Produced Through Terrain of Randomly Varying Elevation by Row Charges

Date: November 1962
Creator: Vortman, Luke J.
Description: Abstract: "A scale-model experiment was made to check the application of charge spacing rules developed from earlier studies to terrain of randomly varying elevation. Since a prominent possible peacetime use of nuclear explosives is the excavation of a trans-Isthmian canal, the model used was a portion of such a route. The experiment resulted in nearly the desired linear crater dimensions; the spacing rules developed for level trerain give a satisfactory channel when applied to terrain with elevations varying in random fashion."
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Construction of a Sea-Level, Transisthmian Canal Using Nuclear Explosives

Construction of a Sea-Level, Transisthmian Canal Using Nuclear Explosives

Date: February 1964
Creator: Vortman, Luke J.
Description: Partial abstract: "This report is based: (1) on information developed in earlier high explosive experiments which determined the optimum spacing and burial depth of charges in a row to produce a channel uniformly wide and deep, and (2) on the Sedan and Danny Boy experiments, which provided data on dimensions of nuclear craters in both soil and basalt rock. This information has been combined with the 1947 route surveys of the Panama Canal company, and estimates have been made not only of the number and yield of nuclear explosives required to excavate a Transisthmian canal with nuclear explosives, but also of the cost of the explosives and the cost of their replacement."
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Mineral Resources of the Honeycomb Buttes Wilderness Study Area, Fremont and Sweetwater Counties, Wyoming

Mineral Resources of the Honeycomb Buttes Wilderness Study Area, Fremont and Sweetwater Counties, Wyoming

Date: 1987
Creator: Patterson, Charles G.; Kulik, D. M.; Loen, Jeffrey S.; Koesterer, M. E. & Scott, David C.
Description: From summary: This report includes field investigations to evaluate the mineral resource potential of the Honeycomb Buttes were conducted during the summer of 1984. Geologic mapping, geochemical sampling, geophysical surveys, stratigraphic and sedimentological studies, and surveys of prospects delineated areas of very low grade placer gold deposits in terrace gravels and low and moderate resource potential for additional similar undiscovered placer gold deposits, low and moderate resource potential for small uranium deposits, moderate resource potential for accumulation of oil and gas, and low resource potential for coal and oil shale.
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Geologic Summary of the Central Valley of California with Reference to the Disposal of Radioactive Waste

Geologic Summary of the Central Valley of California with Reference to the Disposal of Radioactive Waste

Date: June 1960
Creator: Repenning, Charles Albert
Description: From introduction: This report describes the geology of the area only to the extent necessary for preliminary evaluation of the possibilities for the disposal of liquid radioactive waste by injection through deep wells. Their value will increase with development of extensive commercial production of atomic power and attendant creation of radioactive waste from the processing of spent fuel elements. The disposal of liquid waste in deep reservoirs is only one of several possibilities that must be considered.
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Survey of Portable Hydraulic Dredges

Survey of Portable Hydraulic Dredges

Date: March 1983
Creator: Hydraulics Laboratory (U.S.)
Description: From abstract: This report summarizes the results of a comprehensive survey conducted to identify and characterize portable dredges available in the United States.
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Big Creek Flood-Control Project, Cleveland, Ohio : Hydraulic Model Investigation

Big Creek Flood-Control Project, Cleveland, Ohio : Hydraulic Model Investigation

Date: April 1983
Creator: Pickering, Glenn A.
Description: From abstract: Tests were conducted on a 1:40-scale model of Big Creek to investigate the hydraulic performance of a proposed floodway channel and a section of a modified channel.
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Columbia River Estuary Hybrid Model Studies: Report 1, Verification of Hybrid Modeling of the Columbia River Mouth

Columbia River Estuary Hybrid Model Studies: Report 1, Verification of Hybrid Modeling of the Columbia River Mouth

Date: September 1983
Creator: McAnally, William H., Jr.; Brogdon, Noble J., Jr.; Letter, Joseph V., Jr.; Stewart, J. Phillip & Thomas, William A.
Description: From abstract: The Columbia Hybrid Modeling System was applied to the mouth of the Columbia River estuary to evaluate alternatives for reducing navigation channel maintenance dredging.
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Filling and Emptying System, Walter Bouldin Lock, and Lock Culvert Valve for Coosa River Waterway, Alabama : Hydraulic Model Investigation

Filling and Emptying System, Walter Bouldin Lock, and Lock Culvert Valve for Coosa River Waterway, Alabama : Hydraulic Model Investigation

Date: September 1984
Creator: George, John F.
Description: ...
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Sweetwater River Channel Improvement Project, San Diego County, California: Hydraulic Model Investigation

Sweetwater River Channel Improvement Project, San Diego County, California: Hydraulic Model Investigation

Date: February 1988
Creator: Turner, Herman O., Jr.
Description: From abstract: A study of the proposed channel alignment project was conducted using a fixed-bed model constructed at a scale of 1:40 to study the effect of downstream waves and disturbances caused by the curvilinear flow conditions.
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Prototype Evaluation of Bay Springs Lock Tennessee-Tombigbee Waterway, Mississippi: Hydraulic Model Investigation

Prototype Evaluation of Bay Springs Lock Tennessee-Tombigbee Waterway, Mississippi: Hydraulic Model Investigation

Date: August 1989
Creator: McGee, Richard G.
Description: From abstract: Prototype tests were conducted to comprehensively evaluate the performance of the 84-ft-lift Bay Springs Lock. The evaluation included analysis of the operating characteristics and hydraulic efficiency of the lock as well as a comparison of the physical and analytical model results with the prototype.
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A Guide to the Planning and Hydraulic Design of Jet Pump Remedial Sand Bypassing Systems

A Guide to the Planning and Hydraulic Design of Jet Pump Remedial Sand Bypassing Systems

Date: September 1981
Creator: Richardson, Thomas W. & McNair, Ernest C., Jr.
Description: From abstract: This report is intended as an aid to engineers studying alternative solutions to a coastal sand bypassing problem.
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