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Divide Cut Drainage Structures Tennessee-Tombigbee Waterway Mississippi and Alabama: Hydraulic Model Investigation
Report on model tests related to drainage structures for the Tennessee-Tombigbee Waterway to provide recommendations about construction.
Modifications to Filling and Emptying System of Lock No. 1, Mississippi River, Minneapolis, Minnesota =: Hydraulic Model Investigation
From abstract: The existing locks at Locks and Dam No. 1 were constructed between 1929 and 1932. Problems have been experienced with accumulation of ice and debris at the intakes, air entrapment in the culverts of the filling and emptying system, excessive turbulence in the lock chamber during filling, and hazardous conditions downstream from the locks during emptying operations.
Filling and Emptying System, Cannelton Main Lock, Ohio River, and Generalized Tests of Sidewall Port Systems for 110- by 1200-ft Locks: Hydraulic Model Investigation
Report providing the results of a hydraulic model investigation of the Cannelton Lock proposed for construction on the Ohio River. It includes detailed information about the tests and suggested dimensions and features of the final lock.
Filling and Emptying System, Dardanelle Lock, Arkansas River: Hydraulic Model Investigation
Report on investigations into the construction of a lock in the Arkansas River including results of model tests and recommendations.
Filling and Emptying Systems, Low-Lift Locks, Arkansas River Project: Hydraulic Model Investigation
Results of a hydraulic model investigation based on locks in the Arkansas River before the construction of additional locks. "Model studies of the filling and emptying system proposed for use at the low-lift locks in the Arkansas project were conducted to confirm the adequacy of the original design hydraulic system, and to develop, if needed, improvements in the system" (p. 2).
Filling and Emptying Systems, Millers Ferry and Jones Bluff Locks, Alabama River, Alabama: Hydraulic Model Investigation
Report providing results of hydrualic model investigations to test a new type of lock filling and emptying system to determine the final suggested construction for the Millers Ferry Lock in the Alabama River.
Mission Bay Harbor, California, Design for Wave and Surge Protection and Flood Control: Hydraulic Model Investigation
Partial abstract: A 1:100-scale (undistorted) hydraulic model, reproducing Mission Bay Harbor, approximately 3 miles of shoreline, and sufficient offshore area to permit generation of the required test waves, was used to investigate the arrangement and design of proposed structures for (a) improving hazardous entrance conditions, (b) reducing surge inside the harbor, and (c) eliminating potential flood hazards. The original proposal for harbor improvement consisted of a 2,200-ft-long offshore breakwater. The proposed structures for river flood control consisted of (a) a 1,200-ft-long weir in the middle jetty, (b) various south jetty extensions, and (c) diversion dikes on the middle jetty.
Isabella Dam Spillway, Kern River, California: Hydraulic Model Investigation
Abstract: "Tests were conducted on a 1:50-scale model of Isabella Dam Spillway to determine the adequacy of proposed spillway, dam, and channel improvements. The model reproduced an area of the reservoir 800 ft wide by 1,100 ft long, the spillway, and the entire length of the exit channel. Unsatisfactory flow conditions were observed in the vicinity of the spillway crest due to approach conditions to the spillway. Large cross waves, present in the exit channel just downstream of the spillway, resulted in occasional overtopping of the right wall. A grouted rock dike that provided satisfactory flow conditions at the spillway and downstream throughout the exit channel was placed adjacent to the existing spillway approach wall."
Design and Development of Bendway Weirs for the Dogtooth Bend Reach, Mississippi River: Hydraulic Model Investigation
From introduction: This report presents the results of a movable-bed model investigation concerned with the development of plans for the improvement of the Dogtooth Bend reach of the Mississippi River.
Filling and Emptying System, Walter Bouldin Lock, and Lock Culvert Valve for Coosa River Waterway, Alabama : Hydraulic Model Investigation
General Design for Replacement of or Modifications to the Lower Santa Ana River Drop Structures, Orange County, California: Hydraulic Model Investigation
Report on proposed channel improvements downstream from Prado Dam in order to provide sufficient protection for the highly urbanized lower Santa Ana floodplain.
Baltimore Harbor and Channels Deepening Study: Chesapeake Bay Hydraulic Model Investigation
From abstract: Tests on the Chesapeake Bay hydraulic model were conducted to specifically investigate possible changes in the hydrodynamic characteristics of velocity, salinity, and tidal elevations associated with the proposed channel enlargements.
Guadalupe River and Bypass Culvert, San Jose, California: Hydraulic Model Investigation
From abstract: The ultimate goal of numerous experiments is to develop the desired flow split for the design discharge of 14,600 cfs while maintaining acceptable water-surface elevations in the upstream channel.
Model Study of Marmet Lock Filling and Emptying System, Kanawha River, West Virginia: Hydraulic Model Investigation
From abstract: This report documents the laboratory model investigation of the lock filling and emptying system for lock addition planned for the Marmet Navigation Project.
Prototype Evaluation of Bay Springs Lock Tennessee-Tombigbee Waterway, Mississippi: Hydraulic Model Investigation
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.
Considered Lake Erie-Lake Ontario Waterway: Hydraulic Model Investigation
Report describing the results of studies meant to provide "determination of the most functional and economical location for a lock in the vicinity of Buffalo, N. Y., and evaluation of navigation conditions at the entrance to an overland canal joining the American channel of the Niagara River northwest of North Tonawanda, N. Y." (p. ix).
Filling and Emptying System, Cordell Hull Navigation Lock: Cumberland River, Tennessee: Hydraulic Model Investigation
Results of hydraulic model investigations to study the proposed filling an demptying system for the Cordell Hull Luck on the Cumberland River and Tennessee. It also included tests of a multiport system and provided suggestions for improvement in the design.
Improvements for Murrells Inlet, South Carolina: Hydraulic Model Investigation
Final report of a project for the improvement and stabilization of Murrells Inlet, near Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. A model study was performed to aid in preconstruction planning and design of structural solutions to the problem of providing a stabilized channel of sufficient depth and width with provisions for sand bypassing.
Big Creek Flood-Control Project, Cleveland, Ohio : Hydraulic Model Investigation
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.
Pumping Station for Teche-Vermilion Basins, Atchafalaya River, Louisiana: Hydraulic Model Investigation
Abstract: The model study was conducted to evaluate the characteristics of flow in the inlet channel, original sump, energy dissipator (saxophone outlet), and outlet channel and to develop practical modifications required for improving the hydraulic performance of the structure.
Weir Jetty Performance: Hydraulic and Sedimentary Considerations: Hydraulic Model Investigation
Final report regarding studies of weir jetties as an alternative for jetty design at tidal inlets. "The hydraulic model investigation was performed to study important design parameters for a weir jetty system including weir length, elevation, orientation with respect to the shoreline and the conventional portion of the jetty structure, tidal currents over the weir section, flow patterns in the vicinity of the weir section, sediment movement over the weir and effects of the weir jetty on accretion, and erosion upcoast of the jetty system" (abstract, para. 2).
McMillan Pumping Station, Washington, D.C.: Hydraulic Model Investigation
Abstract: This model study was conducted to evaluate the characteristics of inflow conditions into an existing pump sump that would result with increased discharge capacity due to installation of the three proposed pumps and to develop modifications, if needed, within the confines of the present sump to improve flow distribution to the pump intakes.
Sweetwater River Channel Improvement Project, San Diego County, California: Hydraulic Model Investigation
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.
Kissimmee River Structures, Central and Southern Florida Flood Control Project: Hydraulic Model Investigation
Abstract: Kissimmee River structures S-65E, S-65D, and S-65B were reproduced in a 1:20 scale model in order to study ways of eliminating scour of the downstream riprap blankets by means of structural modifications of operating procedures.
Flood Protection Plans for Cumberland, Maryland & Ridgeley, West Virginia: Hydraulic Model Investigation
Report of a hydraulic model investigation "to determine the most economical method of providing protection for Cumberland and Ridgeley against floods somewhat greater than the flood of March 1936 Specifically, the model was used to determine: the proper sections and grades of channels required to pass the design flood with maximum reductions in flood stages; the minimum heights of levees and walls; and the channel treatment required at bridges to insure the safe passage of floodwaters with minimum alterations to the structures" (p. 4).
Surges in Southern Outfall Sewer and Flow Conditions in State Fairgrounds (Western Parkway) Pumping Plant, Louisville, Kentucky: Hydraulic Model Investigation
Report of findings from various tests: "Model investigations of the surges occurring in sewer lines and of the flow conditions in a typical pumping plant, used to dispose of drainage during high river stages, were conducted as a part of the local flood protection project for Louisville, Kentucky. Studies conducted on a 1:32 scale simplified model of the Southern Outfall Sewer provided general information on the relative amount of relief from surges to be expected from the pumping station and manholes in the sewer line upstream" (p. v).