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Fri Mar 21 17:04:31 2014 UTClccn-n770142370.76Technical note /0.930.96Surface oil displacements by U.S. Coast Guard 82-foot cutters /143042882n 77014237130708Naval Construction Battalion Center, Port Hueneme, Calif. Civil Engineering LaboratorycontainsVIAFID/158937060Naval Civil Engineering Laboratory (Port Hueneme, Calif.)lccn-n82227143Kao, James Ylccn-n82064519United StatesDepartment of EnergyOffice of Building Energy Research and Developmentlccn-n79021148United StatesNational Bureau of Standardslccn-n81124473United StatesFederal Aviation AdministrationSystems Research and Development Servicelccn-no2006058378Katona, Michael G.lccn-n79089882United StatesFederal Highway AdministrationOffice of Researchviaf-99672813Smith, J. M.lccn-n81115023Keeton, John R.lccn-n79125717United StatesNaval Facilities Engineering Commandfndlccn-n87945406Forrest, J. B.Naval Construction Battalion Center (Port Hueneme, Calif.).Civil Engineering LaboratoryHandbooks, manuals, etcBibliography‡vCatalogsUnited StatesThermostat--EvaluationNaval Construction Battalion Center (Port Hueneme, Calif.).--Civil Engineering LaboratoryRunways (Aeronautics)Low voltage systemsBlast effectCulverts--Design and constructionProgramming languages (Electronic computers)--Computer-assisted instructionReinforced concretePavements, Concrete--TestingArctic OceanCables, SubmarineDredgingPavements--TestingRunways (Aeronautics)--TestingArizonaPavements, Asphalt--SubgradesCaliforniaOil spill boomsOil spills--CleanupAnchorsEarthquake engineering--Data processingAsbestosRoofs--Thermal propertiesRoofsSpray painting--Safety measuresBuildings, Reinforced concrete--Design and constructionSoil structure--Data processingCivil engineering--ResearchDeep-sea mooringsEngineering--ResearchMarine engineering--ResearchWood--TestingWood preservativesCivil engineeringUnderwater pipelinesUnderwater concrete constructionConcrete slabsStructural dynamics--Computer programsOil spillsConcrete--Expansion and contractionDisplacement (Ships)196319711973197419751976197719781979198019811982198319841985198619871847215233697.9322TH7466.5ocn007779708ocn007779074ocn0227619541252ocn010431910book19830.90Kao, James YLow-voltage room thermostat performance671ocn003279632book19760.93Katona, Michael GCANDE system manualHandbooks, manuals, etc591ocn003407403book19770.95Experimental relationships between moduli for soil layers beneath concrete pavements"Two subgrades and four rigid pavement test sections were constructed and instrumented to recover experimental information of soil/rigid pavement behavior beneath static loadings. Pavement deflections and pavement/soil strain data were recorded for incremental static loads applied to a 30 inch diameter steel plate. Tests were conducted for comparison of experimentally collected data with Westergaard and elastic layer analyses of the test sections to investigate whether a consistent mathematical relationship exists between the two methods of analysis. To this end material characterizations were carried out for the component materials in the 4 different pavement sections and analytically predicted and experimentally obtained response data were compared"--Technical report documentation p582ocn008379281book19790.95Keeton, John RShrinkage-compensating cement for airport pavement : phase 2541ocn007817471book19810.92Ferritto, John MUser's guide : computer program for optimum nonlinear dynamic design of reinforced concrete slabs under blast loading (CBARCS)Handbooks, manuals, etc522ocn007623123book19810.95Brownie, R. BLime-stabilized native soil as a base course for light aircraft pavementPresent Federal Aviation Administration policy does not recommend the use of lime-stabilized soil as base course for airport pavements. The potential savings in cost and materials by using this type of construction for light-duty airport pavements (aircraft gross weights less than 30,000 lbs) led to the use of lime-stabilized native soil in place of other base course materials at three airports in the Southwestern United States. Those airports are located at Chino, California, Big Bear Lake, California, and Payson, Arizona. The compositions of those base courses were determined by laboratory analyses of core borings and soil samples. Visual condition surveys were performed, and surface deflections under load were measured. Climatological data and aircraft traffic histories were obtained. All of those factors and the performance of the pavements were analyzed, and a suggested specification was prepared for constructing lime-stabilized base courses483ocn005625010book19790.96Kraus, Steven PSurface oil displacements by U.S. Coast Guard 82-foot cuttersThe U.S. Navy, in cooperation with the U.S. Coast Guard, is conducting design and feasibility studies for a portable oil sorbent spreader and retriever for use aboard military and commercial vessels-of-opportunity during oil spill clean up operations. As part of this program, the U.S. Navy's Civil Engineering Laboratory (CEL), Port Hueneme, California contracted with the Geography Remote Sensing Unit (GRSU), University of California, Santa Barbara to provide field support and data analysis services in conjunction with sea tests to determine the effects of vessels on surface oil slicks. A total of four sea truth data acquisition cruises were conducted through natural oil seeps in the Santa Barbara Channel, California between December 1977 and February 1978. Coast Guard 82-foot patrol boats served as representative vessels of opportunity for the tests. This report describes the data collection program associated with the sea tests and the results of our analysis of field data. (Author)441ocn007981728book19810.94Mellor, MalcolmSubsea trenching in the Arctic314ocn003603212book19760.88Haynes, H. HHandbook for design of undersea, pressure-resistant concrete structuresThis handbook summarizes the development of concrete pressure- resistant structures for ocean applications and presents the results in the form of design guidelines. The guidelines are based primarily on test results from laboratory and ocean investigations of model concrete structures conducted at NCEL over the past two decades; the guides are principally for designing cylindrical and spherical plain (unreinforced) concrete structures to resist the externally applied pressures of hydrostatic loads and thus to be safe from implosion failure. Thin-walled and thick-walled structures are considered. For predicting implosion pressure of thin-walled cylinders, buckling expressions by Donnell for moderately long cylinders and by Bresse for long cylinders are simplified by incorporating experimentally determined numerical values for the modulus of elasticity and Poisson's ratio of high strength concrete and then modified by an empirically determined plasticity reduction factor. For thin- walled spheres, a conservative buckling expression was developed. The design approach for predicting implosion pressures of thick-walled cylinders and spheres is based on material failure in the wall of the structure; the predicted failure stress in the structure is related to the standard concrete compressive strength, f(c), by empirically derived strength increase factors. Keywords: Pressure-resistant structures, concrete spheres, concrete cylinders, submerged concrete structures, undersea structures, long-term loading, unreinforced concrete, compressive strength, cyclic loading, implosion, failure mode, durability, structural design301ocn010037952book19830.96Drag embedment anchors for Navy moorings281ocn010037883book19830.96Encapsulation of asbestos in Naval facilities281ocn010037974book19830.96Nondestructive testing : hand-held NDT device speeds wire rope inspection271ocn010038051book19820.96Sprayed polyurethane foam roofing system251ocn008035659book19790.95Safety precautions for use of airless spray equipment201ocn008081582book19780.96FLUSH : soil structure analysis : computer analysis of structures to resist earthquake effects191ocn007899324book19780.96SIMQKE : simulation of ground motion : computer analysis of structures to resist earthquake effects131ocn002070043book19750.94Taylor, R. JHandbook for uplift-resisting anchorsHandbooks, manuals, etcThe purpose of this handbook is to identify and document the status of special types of anchors having the capability to resist uplift forces; provide data on the properties and performance of these special anchors; consolidate the data in order to facilitate anchor selection; and establish a reference that can be readily updated to incorporate new data and new developments. Descriptions and data on anchors that are currently either shelf items or in an advanced stage of development are presented. Also, information on other less advanced designs and concepts is given. Sizes, weights, and operational characteristics of these special anchors, plus methods for estimating their penetration into seafloor sediments, and their pull-out resistance, are provided131ocn007623966serial0.76Technical note121ocn007917204book19790.93Mechanical properties of preservative treated marine piles121ocn014589711serial0.95Naval Construction Battalion Center (Port Hueneme, Calif.)Techdata sheetsBibliography Catalogs642ocn008446369book19810.93Naval Construction Battalion Center (Port Hueneme, Calif.)Technical activities, Civil Engineering Laboratory601ocn008437037book19810.93Naval Construction Battalion Center (Port Hueneme, Calif.)Opportunities at NCELFri Mar 21 15:28:35 EDT 2014batch17919