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David W. Washington, Ph.D., P.E.           


Dual Appointed with Civil and Environmental Engineering and the Engineering Technology Dept.


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                     Washington, D.W., Rodriguez Daniel,  and Ogunro, V, (2005) An Effective Approach To Rehabilitate Damaged

                     Barrier System Against Piping and Contaminant Flow-Inceed 2005 Conference - Charlotte, North

                     Carolina July 24th  - July 30th, paper accepted on CD and presented by Dr. Ogunro


        Washington, D.W. and Rodriguez, D. (2004), “The Rehabilitation of Vermont’s

        Waterbury Dam’s Seepage Control Components by Innovative Schemes “, United States Society

        on Dams 2004 Conference, St. Louis, Missouri, March 29 – April 2nd


                    Washington, D. W. and Meegoda, N. J. (2003), ”Micro-Mechanical Simulation of Geotechnical Problems using

                    Massively Parallel Supercomputers”, International Journal for Numerical and Analytical Methods in

                    Geomechanics, Vol. 27, pp. 1227-1234


                    Washington, D.W. (2002), “Methods for Teaching Engineering Based Technology to a Large Sized Class of

                    Diversified Majors”, Innovations in Teaching and Learning, funded in part by NSF Gateway Coalition,

                    April 12th, 2002.  


                    Washington,  D.W. (2002), “Teaching Masonry Technology to a Class of Diversified Majors,  2002 University

                    Professors’ Masonry Workshop, March 10-12, 2002 , Ohio State University, Columbus Ohio.



                    Washington, D.W.  (2001), Methods for Teaching Concrete Technology To A Large Size Class of  Diversified

                    Majors –  Eighth Annual Undergraduate Faculty Enhancement Workshop/Symposium, University of Colorado

                    at  Boulder, July 15-18, pp.49-58

Puppala S. , Washington D.W., and Schuring J. (1998) "An Approach for Modeling Pnuematic Fracture Propagation and the Distribution of Injected Amendments"- 4th International Symposium on Environmental Geotechnology and Global Sustainable Development,Danvers, Massachusetts,August 9-13 

Washington, D. W. and Meegoda, N. J. (1996), "Micromechanical Simulation of Geotechnical Problems using Massively Parallel Supercomputers", Proceedings of the Eleventh ASCE Engineering Mechanics Conference, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, May 19-22 

Washington, D. W. (1996), "Discrete Element Modeling of Dry Granular Material Using A Massively Parallel Supercomputer", Ph.D. dissertation, Civil Engineering New Jersey Institute Of Technology, Newark, N.J. 

Meegoda, N. J.and Washington, D. (1994),"Massively parallel computers for microscopic modeling of soils", Proceedings of the Eighth International Conference on Computer Methods and Advances in Geomechanics,Morgantown, West Virginia, May 22-24, pp.617-622 

Meegoda, N. J. and Washington, D. (1993) "Trubal for Massively Parallel Machines", Proceedings of the Second International Conference on Micromechanics Of Granular Media,Powders & Grain 93, Birmingham, UK, July 12-16,Poster Presentation 


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