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A Semantic-Driven Framework for Facilitating Reusability and Interoperability of Construction Simulation ModelingDownload
This research describes a semantic-driven framework to facilitate reusability and interoperability of simulation and modeling of construction processes. An immense amount of knowledge of construction processes and simulation modeling is needed to develop construction simulation models. Knowledge...
Northern rivers are affected by river ice processes for a significant portion of the year. This poses many challenges and opportunities to river ice engineers and geoscientists. Since 2009, several researchers have conducted a variety of river ice studies on the North Saskatchewan River through...
Physics-based large-scale reservoir models are routinely employed in the prediction of the SAGD (Steam Assisted Gravity Drainage) process under different operation situations. However, due to the uncertainty of the reservoir and the limitations of the commercial reservoir simulators, the...
Since traffic safety is a significant concern for policymakers and researchers, multiple studies have been conducted to address this issue and create a safer environment for all road users, especially pedestrians. One of the approaches to achieving this is installing scramble phases at...
River ice breakup has great implications to the environment, ecology and economy. A mechanical breakup tends to occur if fast-rising river flow instigates ice movements. The breaking front, the interface between moving and stationary ice, can sometimes travel hundreds of kilometres, resulting in...
Short-rotation coppice (SRC) plantations, including willow or poplar, are intended to be both environmentally friendly, permitting disposal of treated, nutrient-rich, domestic wastewater and biosolids, and economically viable, providing a sustainable source of wood fibre for biofuel and biochar...
This thesis focuses on intersection sight distance design, which is an extremely critical element in urban road design. Research has shown that providing adequate sight distance contributes to safe operation at intersections. Conversely, a restricted sight distance impacts drivers’ fields of...