The secret to a durable highway lies beneath the driving surface.
For the second year in a row, the student chapter of the American Society of Civil Engineers at South Dakota State University was named the region’s top chapter.
Swine manure is a rich source of nutrients, but its high phosphorus content in comparison to the other nutrients the crop needs means only so much can be spread on a field.
Associate professor Guanghui Hua, professor Chris Schmit and lecturer Kyungnan “Karen” Min are evaluating the efficiency of fresh and weathered woodchips at removing nitrates from tile drainage water.
Participating in research that could change the bridge construction industry, South Dakota State University graduate student Ted Sjurseth has been named the University Transportation Center Outstan
What if damaged precast concrete bridge columns and building beams or columns could be replaced instead of having to demolish the structure?
A new method of connecting precast beams and columns will make it possible to quickly repair concrete buildings damaged by extreme events such as earthquakes and hurricanes.