A WWII-era hangar located on JBER Air Force Base has been repurposed as a crash rescue facility. The existing trusses do not meet current code requirements and are not sufficient for desired roofing and insulation upgrades.
This project examines the feasibility of a hydroponic operation within a shipping container with power requirements minimized by solar panels, and with the intention of feeding underserved populations (ie: those without homes) in the Anchorage area. The goals of this project are to determine the feasibility of a grow house:
We sometimes find difficulty when attempting to fit everything we want in a limited space. In some cases, rearranging can result in wasted effort through trial and error. Although keeping a list of measurements can help, Refixture allows you to use those measurements to model a virtual room that you can modify freely.
Research Team: Tristan A. Goers, Researcher, University of Alaska Anchorage Dr. Caixia Wang, Mentor, University of […]
Research Team: Mohammad Heidari Kapourchali, University of Alaska Anchorage Matthew Berman, University of Alaska Anchorage Micah […]
This project seeks to extend the Arctic Vessel Monitoring Geofencing/Alert Awareness project, initially funded in ADAC Program Year 5, by providing enhanced command and control features that improve on the original goals of monitoring and alert awareness developed for the unclassified Marine Exchange PACTRACS system (which is a commercial mariner application).
Twenty Mile Bridge No. 634 is located near Milepost 80 of the Seward Highway, and is classified as structurally deficient. The bridge deck is in poor condition and the load rating is less than the original design load. Pier walls are cracked and vertical rebar is exposed.