Joseph Kubitschek

Reclamation Office: Technical Service Center, Hydraulic Investigations and Laboratory Services
Contact Information: (303) 445-2148, jkubitschek@usbr.gov

Research Funded by the Science and Technology Program

Joseph Kubitschek began doing research for the Science and Technology Program in the 2005 fiscal year, with funding provided by the program as recently as the 2018 fiscal year. Projects were funded under the Science and Technology Program research topics Condition Assessment, Repair and Maintenance, Invasive Species, Improved Power Generation and Managing Hydrologic Events.

The following research projects were funded in whole or in part by the Science and Technology Program. Joseph Kubitschek is listed as the principal investigator, or primary researcher. Click the project's title to view more information.

Hydrodynamic Forces on High-Head Gates

Project ID: 1892
Fiscal Years of Funding: 2018 - 2019
Research Results: contact Joseph Kubitschek

Underwater Imaging for Intake Trashracks at Glen Canyon to Assess of Mussel-Related Impacts

Project ID: 1733
Fiscal Years of Funding: 2017 - 2019
Research Results: contact Joseph Kubitschek

Impacts and costs study at LCDO facilities

Project ID: 1608
Fiscal Year of Funding: 2016
Research Results: Impacts and costs study at LCDO facilities (final, PDF, 388KB)

Piezometer plate testing for ASME PTC design and installation guidelines

Project ID: 5221
Fiscal Year of Funding: 2014
Research Results: Please contact research@usbr.gov about research products related to this project.

Final Development and Field Demonstration of an Innovative Outlet Works Valve

Project ID: 9532
Fiscal Year of Funding: 2008
Research Results: Please contact research@usbr.gov about research products related to this project.

Improved Methods for Air Demand Analysis and Air Vent Sizing for Hydraulic Structures

Project ID: 6418
Fiscal Year of Funding: 2008
Research Results: Please contact research@usbr.gov about research products related to this project.

Performance Assessment and Improvement of Hydrodynamic Mathematical Models via Field Observations and Controlled Laboratory Experiments

Project ID: 1598
Fiscal Years of Funding: 2005 - 2007
Research Results: Please contact research@usbr.gov about research products related to this project.


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Last Updated: 4/4/17