The main objectives of this research are to 1) determine correlations between structural monitoring data and bridge condition, 2) develop analytical methods for processing and interpreting structural monitoring data, and 3) develop a model for predicting the remaining service life of structural members based on strain respo
The primary goal of this proposal is to develop modeling approaches for the beneficial use of raw and stabilized sediments in engineering applications. The intended outcome of the project is to provide guidance and methodology for modeling sediments in engineering applications.
The goal of this proposal is to enhance the resilience of coastal box girder bridges subject to storm and/or tsunami wave loading through an evaluation of their design geometry. The intended outcome of the project is to equip coastal bridge designers with resilient strategies for new designs and retrofits.
The primary goal of this proposal is to perform extensive overview of the state-of-the-art technologies for structural health monitoring of tunnels. Such an overview aspires to serve as a source of information and basis on decision making for practitioners and asset managers, who are interested in instrumenting the tunnels.
The focus of the project is to establish a link between a physics-based corrosion model and condition rating assessments. This will empower the DOTs to rationally explore the long-term benefits of investments in innovative technologies, such as advanced materials and innovative construction methods.
The primary goal of this proposal is to evaluate a state of the art technology in roadway profiling called Zero Speed Profiling. A more realistic and comprehensive pavement surface assessment will result in better decisions regarding how to preserve or rehabilitate the pavement.
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