This volume contains the papers presented at IALCCE2016, the fifth International Symposium on Life-Cycle Civil Engineering (IALCCE2016), to be held in Delft, The Netherlands, October 16-19, 2016. It consists of a book of extended abstracts and a DVD with full papers including the Fazlur R. Khan lecture, keynote lectures, and technical papers from all over the world.

All major aspects of life-cycle engineering are addressed, with special focus on structural damage processes, life-cycle design, inspection, monitoring, assessment, maintenance and rehabilitation, life-cycle cost of structures and infrastructures, life-cycle performance of special structures, and life-cycle oriented computational tools.

The aim of the editors is to provide a valuable source for anyone interested in life-cycle of civil infrastructure systems, including students, researchers and practitioners from all areas of engineering and industry.

part 1|1 pages

Fazlur R. Khan Lecture

chapter 1|16 pages

Carbon choices: bringing CO2 into life-cycle decision-making

ByD.W. Davies, L.L. Johnson, T.P. Corigliano, M.P. Young

part 2|1 pages

Keynote Lectures

chapter 2|16 pages

Reliability-based maintenance of complex structures for life-cycle performance

ByAlfredo H-S. Ang, Wenliang Fan

chapter 3|14 pages

Providing a second service life for bridges

ByE. Brühwiler

chapter 5|8 pages

Life Cycle Management to increase social value at renovations and replacements

ByM.J.C.M. Hertogh, J. Bakker

chapter 6|14 pages

Developments in the management of flood defences and hydraulic infrastructures in the Netherlands

ByS.N. Jonkman, H.G. Voortman, W.J. Klerk, S. van Vuren

chapter 7|13 pages

Developing realistic deterioration models

ByR.E. Melchers

chapter 9|11 pages

Railroad Infrastructure Management enabled by Structural Health Monitoring

ByFernando Moreu, B.F. Spencer

part 3|1 pages



MS1: Life-cycle performance of structural systems under multiple hazards

chapter 11|9 pages

Climate Change, Hurricanes, and the Performance of Coastal Bridges

ByAlysson Mondoro, Dan M. Frangopol

chapter 13|8 pages

Influence of the exposure scenario on corrosion damage and life-cycle seismic performance of RC structures

ByA. Titi, F. Biondini, S. Bianchi, D.M. Frangopol

chapter 14|8 pages

Life-cycle structural assessment of industrial heritage buildings

ByF. Biondini, S. Tattoni, A. Titi

chapter 16|8 pages

Multi-hazard life-cycle performance of tall buildings under seismic and wind loads

ByI. Venanzi, O. Lavan, S. Fabrizi

chapter 19|7 pages

Evaluation of the response of RCC dams to earthquakes with different frequency contents

ByD. Porras Navarro González, A. López López, E. Rosado Tamariz

part |1 pages

MS2: Vibration-based health monitoring, damage identification and residual lifetime estimation

chapter 21|7 pages

A Discontinuous class of filtering methods for the identification of non-smooth dynamical systems

ByM.N. Chatzis, E. Chatzi, S.P. Triantafyllou

chapter 22|8 pages

A new method for structural damage detection and localization based on modal shapes

ByI. Duvnjak, M. Rak, D. Damjanović

chapter 24|6 pages

An experimental investigation on the health monitoring of the new City Hall building in Bucharest based on real-time data transmission

ByC.S. Dragomir, I.-G. Craifaleanu, D. Dobre, E.S. Georgescu

chapter 25|7 pages

An Information Theoretic Framework for Optimal Experimental Design

ByC. Papadimitriou, C. Argyris, E. Chatzi

chapter 26|8 pages

Assessment of Vibration Intensity as a Condition and Safety Indicator for Short-Span Bridges

ByJ.J. Moughty, J.R. Casas, F. Rodrigues

chapter 27|8 pages

Comparison of optimal sensor placement algorithms via implementation on an innovative timber structure

ByC. Leyder, E. Chatzi, A. Frangi, G. Lombaert

chapter 28|7 pages

Compressed Sensing Strategy for BIGDATA in Output-only System Identification

ByT.J. Matarazzo, S.N. Pakzad

chapter 29|8 pages

Damage assessment of real buildings

ByG.S. Wang, Y.R. Li, F.K. Huang

chapter 30|8 pages

Damage identification on bridges using ambient vibration testing

ByN.L.D. Khoa, M. Makki Alamdari, P. Runcie, V.V. Nguyen

chapter 32|8 pages

Monitoring dynamic stiffness that predicts concrete structure degradation

ByN. Mostafa, R. Loendersloot, T. Tinga, A.D. Reitsema, D.A. Hordijk

chapter 33|6 pages

Effective virtual sensing scheme for fatigue assessment of monopile offshore wind turbines

ByA. Iliopoulos, D. Van Hemelrijck, N. Noppe, W. Weijtjens, C. Devriendt

chapter 35|8 pages

Modal strain identification from low-amplitude FBG data using an improved wavelength detection algorithm

ByD. Anastasopoulos, P. Moretti, G. De Roeck, E. Reynders, T. Geernaert, B. De Pauw, U. Nawrot, F. Berghmans

chapter 36|4 pages

Modelling damage for successful detection-localization of damage

ByD. Larbi, A. Bouazzouni, A. Behtani

chapter 38|8 pages

Verification of joint input-state estimation by means of a full scale experiment on a footbridge

ByK. Maes, G. De Roeck, G. Lombaert, K. Van Nimmen, E. Lourens, A. Rezayat, P. Guillaume

chapter 39|8 pages

Vibration-based damage severity estimation basing on a non-model damage feature

ByMaria Pina Limongelli, Marco Domaneschi, Luca Martinelli

chapter 40|8 pages

Wind Turbine Blade Damage Detection and Localization via Spatiotemporal Kalman Filtering

ByY. Ou, V. Dertimanis, E. Chatzi

part |1 pages

MS3: Life-cycle performance assessment of civil engineering systems

chapter 41|8 pages

A Multi-objective optimization approach for sustainable pavement management

ByJ. Santos, A. Ferreira, G. Flintsch, V. Cerezo

chapter 44|7 pages

Bayesian inference for the assessment of the carbonation front in RC structures

ByE.L. Portela, T.N. Bittencourt, F. Biondini

chapter 46|7 pages

Effect of RAP on the mechanical properties of registered asphalt mixtures in Flanders

ByJ. Anthonissen, W. Van Den Bergh, J. Braet

chapter 47|6 pages

Effects of the Spatial Variability of Saturated Permeability on Slope Safety Factor

ByJ. Lei, Z.H. Chen, J.H. Huang

chapter 48|8 pages

Life-cycle optimization of FRP-strengthening interventions for RC bridge superstructures

ByDavid Y. Yang, Dan M. Frangopol, J.G. Teng

chapter 49|7 pages

Life-Cycle Reliability Assessment of Corroded Bridges under Multiple Hazards

ByT. Yanweerasak, R. Takemoto, M. Akiyama, D.M. Frangopol

chapter 50|8 pages

Point-based POMDP solvers for life-cycle cost minimization of deteriorating structures

ByK.G. Papakonstantinou, C. Andriotis, M. Shinozuka

chapter 52|8 pages

Urban infrastructure in connection to sustainability issues

ByA. Hafner, G. Vollmann, M. Thewes

chapter 54|12 pages

Structural Optimization for Advanced Life-Cycle Engineering Solutions

ByM.P. Sarkisian

part |1 pages

MS4: Life cycle engineering for hydraulic structures, levees, and other water related infrastructure

chapter 56|8 pages

A framework for life-cycle management of public infrastructure

ByW.J. Klerk, F. den heijer

chapter 58|8 pages

A system approach for replacement strategy of hydraulic structures

ByW. D. van der Wiel, G. Klanker, W.J. Klerk, E. Persoon, J. Wessels, A. de Wit

chapter 60|8 pages

Towards a new approach to estimate the functional end of life time of hydraulic infrastructures

ByS. van Vuren, K. Wojciechowska, J. Vieira da Silva, R.P. Nicolai, P. Bernardini, H. van Twuiver, M. Streekstra

chapter 62|8 pages

Design of RC caissons for breakwater against repeated impact load due to collision of concrete blocks

ByY. Kawabata, E. Kato, K. Yamamoto, M. Iwanami

chapter 63|8 pages

Innovative design for floating structures on Tonle Sap Lake in Cambodia

ByX. Y. Xu, A. Vann, Y. J. Tang, N. Xiao

chapter 64|7 pages

An integrated approach for the life cycle management of water reservoirs

ByM. Vidaud, O. Bernard, S. P. J. Spencer, H. Vicente

chapter 65|8 pages

Lifecycle optimization of portfolios of hydraulic structures

ByHessel Voortman, Henry Tuin, Wolter Seinen, Bas Jonkman

chapter 68|8 pages

Sensitivity analysis on repair prioritization for mooring facilities

ByH. Yokota, K. Hashimoto, T. Tani

chapter 69|7 pages

Styles of public asset management in Dutch regional water management

ByDr. M.W. van Buuren, J.A. Bil, Dr.ir.G.J. Roovers

chapter 70|8 pages

Structural health monitoring in strategies for life-cycle management of dikes: a case study in the north of the Netherlands

ByW.J. Klerk, W. Kanning, M.T. van der Meer, J.W. Nieuwenhuis

part |1 pages

MS5: Building information models (BIM) for the lifecycle

chapter 71|9 pages

A Dutch Concept Library (CB-NL) to support BIM for the life cycle

ByJ. Bakker, H.F. Stolwijk

chapter 72|7 pages

A research review on Building Information Modelling in Infrastructure projects

ByB. Dongmo-Engelanda, C. Merschbrock

chapter 74|8 pages

Data Clouds for product life-cycle management

ByS.S. Stolk, D. Oostinga, N. Roest

chapter 75|8 pages

The use of BIM for deconstruction and reuse: literature review and future needs

ByK. Johannes, J.T. Voordijk, A.M. Adriaanse

chapter 76|8 pages

Government’s perspective on BIM and Sustainability in transport infrastructure in Europe and China

ByY. Liu, S. van Nederveen, M. Hertogh

chapter 78|7 pages

A Hybrid Linked Data approach to support Asset Management

ByBart Luiten, Michel Böhms, Aonghus O’Keeffe, Sander van Nederveen, Jaap Bakker, Lars Wikström

chapter 79|7 pages

The possibility of using BIM for nonlinear life-cycle analysis of concrete structures

ByRadomír Pukl, Pavel Pálek, Jan Červenka

chapter 81|6 pages

Standardization of condition assessment methodologies for structures

ByRinus Kuijper, Donald Bezemer

chapter 82|6 pages

BIM in the ‘New International Airport in Mexico City’ project

ByEllen Kortstee, Leo van der Geest

chapter 83|7 pages

TRIMS: a risk-based information model to manage object data

ByM. Bakx-Leenheer, A. Lutterop

chapter 84|6 pages

BIM supporting economic optimization of seismic retrofit of existing structures

ByU. Vitiello, A. Salzano, D. Asprone, A. Prota

part |1 pages

MS6: Issues and challenges in real-world applications of structural health monitoring

chapter 86|8 pages

A novel damage indicator from a multivariate linear system model

ByY. Goi, C.W. Kim

chapter 87|8 pages

Bridge condition assessment from long-term monitoring by means of Bayesian hypothesis test

ByC.W. Kim, Z. Wang, T. Morita, M. Kawatani, K. Takase

chapter 88|8 pages

Damping and frequency of a sag cable attached with a pre-tensioned Shape Memory Alloy wire

ByH. J. Zhou, Y. H. Wu, G. Z. Yao, L. B. Zhou, F. Xing, L. M. Sun

chapter 89|6 pages

Deflection based monitoring as a bridge damage indicator

ByE. O’Brien, P.C. Fitzgerald, E. Sevillano, C.H. Carey

chapter 91|6 pages

Fatigue life assessment of three offshore wind turbines

ByW. Weijtjens, N. Noppe, T. Verbelen, C. Devriendt, A. Iliopoulos

chapter 92|8 pages

Health monitoring of real structures by distributed optical fiber

ByAntónio Barrias, Joan R. Casas, Sergi Villalba, Gerardo Rodriguez

chapter 93|8 pages

Monitoring and model updating of an FRP pedestrian truss bridge

ByG. Hayashi, C.W. Kim, Y. Suzuki, K. Sugiura, P.J. McGetrick, H. Hibi

chapter 97|7 pages

Substructural identification using input-output observations and neural network

ByA.K.T. Park, M. Torbol

part |1 pages

MS7: Life-cycle maintenance technology and management system for concrete roads in severe chloride environment region

chapter 98|8 pages

Analytical study on structural performance of PC T-shape beam with various deterioration scenarios

ByH. Ito, S. Fukada, N. Arima, M. Moriyama

chapter 99|8 pages

Chloride ion penetration under two-dimensional freeze-thaw attack

ByK. Hashimoto, H. Yokota, T. Taniguchi

chapter 100|8 pages

Cracking of Cover-concrete by Rebar Corrosion in Reinforced Concrete

ByK. Watanabe, S. Todoroki

chapter 101|7 pages

Evaluation of a stainless steel bar embedded in carbonation curing concrete

ByT. Nakashima, S. Miyazato, K. Yokozeki, T. Torichigai

chapter 102|8 pages

Examination of the validity of monitoring method for bridge damaged by chloride using UAV

ByMitsuharu Tokunaga, Hiroaki Sugiyama

chapter 103|5 pages

Forecast Improvement of Chloride Profiles in Road Structures using LA-ICP-MS

ByF. Binder, S.L. Burtscher, A. Limbeck

chapter 105|8 pages

Modelling the life-cycle of concrete gravity sewers subject to microbial corrosion

ByT. Wells, R.E. Melchers

chapter 106|5 pages

NMR study of salt transport in porous material during steady state wick action

ByR. Pishkari, L. Pel, M. Van Soestbergen, O.C.G. Adan

chapter 107|5 pages

Research of tunnel appendage conservation monitoring with MEMS technology

ByMitsugu Nomura, Satoshi Tomoto, Atsushi Nishijo, Takashi Kunimi, Sadao Kimura

chapter 108|8 pages

Technical, ecological and economical assessment of welded joints for offshore wind energy plants

ByT. Zinke, P. Weidner, T. Ummenhofer

part |1 pages

MS8: Construction in the context sustainable development

chapter 110|8 pages

Complete retrofitting solutions of precast concrete panel buildings using lightweight steel systems

ByA. Floricel, A. Vataman, A. Ciutina, V. Ungureanu

chapter 112|5 pages

Development of a ranking algorithm for the green building attributes- a case of Indian cities

ByG.S. Vyas, K.N. Jha, D.A. Patel

chapter 113|6 pages

Economic, Environmental and Social Cost-Benefit Analysis of road construction works

ByM. Hauck, C. Giezen, S.C. Calvert, E.E. Keijzer, S.E. de Vos-Effting, D. van Vliet, J. Voskuilen

chapter 116|8 pages

Efficiency assessment of various solutions for the thermal rehabilitation of multi-storey buildings

ByS. Pescari, C. Măduţa, V. Stoian, D. Dan

chapter 117|8 pages

LCA of different construction types depending on the building class

ByS. Zeppenfeld, P. Schneider, W. Lang

chapter 118|8 pages

Life cycle assessment of mortars and concretes with recycled construction and demolition wastes

ByR.R. de Paula, R.D. Toledo-Filho

chapter 120|6 pages

From LCA to LCC in infrastructure: Reducing CO2 emissions in infrastructure

ByC.J.L.M. Luijten, M. Said, C.H.J. Bouwheer, J.G. de Gijt

part |1 pages

MS9: Modeling time-dependent behavior and deterioration of concrete

chapter 124|6 pages

Degradation modelling based renovation strategy for concrete facades

ByA. Köliö, J. Lahdensivu, M. Pentti

chapter 126|7 pages

Finite element modeling of concrete cover cracking due to non-uniform corrosion of reinforcement

ByJuhui Zhang, Xiaozheng Ling, Zhongguo Guan

chapter 127|8 pages

Markov Chain modelling for life-cycle performance assessment of coastal flood defences

ByM.B. Mehrabani, Hua-Peng Chen

chapter 129|7 pages

Performance predictions based on coupled chemo-mechanical simulations

ByLisa-Marie Czernuschka, Krešimir Ninčević, Giannis Boumakis, Roman Wendner

part |1 pages

MS10: Assessment of structural capacity by proof loading

chapter 133|9 pages

Acoustic emission measurement in the proof loading of an existing bridge affected by ASR

ByY. Yang, D.A. Hordijk, A. de Boer

chapter 134|6 pages

Assessment and failure test of a prestressed concrete bridge

ByN. Bagge, J. Nilimaa, T. Blanksvärd, B. Täljsten, L. Elfgren, H. Sundquist, A. Carolin

chapter 135|8 pages

Development of Stop Criteria for Proof Loading

ByE.O.L. Lantsoght, Y. Yang, R.H.D. Tersteeg, C. van der Veen, A. de Boer

chapter 137|4 pages

Preparation in proof load test projects

ByE.A.H. Teunissen, F.G.A. Linthorst, D. den Boef

chapter 138|8 pages

Shear load testing of hollow core slabs

ByG. Schacht, G. Bolle, St. Marx

chapter 139|8 pages

Some relevant experiences from proof load testing of concrete bridges

ByP. Olaszek, J.R. Casas, G. Świt

part |1 pages

MS11: Reliability analysis of structural systems and reliability-based optimal design and assessment

chapter 140|8 pages

A bridge life-cycle cost optimization methodology

ByJ.O. Almeida, R.M. Delgado, P.F. Teixeira

chapter 142|8 pages

Computationally efficient estimation of the probability density function for the load bearing capacity of concrete columns exposed to fire

ByR. Van Coile, R. Caspeele, P. Criel, L. Wang, G.P. Balomenos, M.D. Pandey, A. Strauss

chapter 143|5 pages

Discussion on the probabilistic assessment of fatigue with respect to reference periods

ByS. Lachinger, C. Aichinger, A. Tamparopoulos, A. Strauss

chapter 144|8 pages

Influence of Codal Provisions on Life-Cycle Cost Estimates of Highway Bridges

ByShivang Shekhar, Jayadipta Ghosh, Siddhartha Ghosh

chapter 146|8 pages

Comparing the life-cycle cost of optimal bridge designs using a lifetime reliability-based approach

ByTatiana García-Segura, Víctor Yepes, Dan M. Frangopol, David Y. Yang

chapter 147|8 pages

Numerical simulation of unprotected solid steel beams at elevated temperatures

ByF.A. Ahmad Zakwan, R.R. Krishnamoorthy, A. Ibrahim, A.M. Mohd. Ismail

chapter 148|8 pages

The use of nested sampling for prediction of infrastructure degradation under uncertainty

ByH.R. Noël Van Erp, André D. Orcesi

part |1 pages

MS12: Integrative monitoring for the life-cycle performance of engineering structures

chapter 149|7 pages

Analysis of damage model of mechanical system under long-lasting dynamic load

ByM. Bocian, K. Jamroziak, M. Kosobudzki, M. Kulisiewicz

chapter 150|8 pages

Determination of load lines for train crossings on a tied arch bridge

ByM. Pfaffinger, M. Mensinger, M. Haslbeck

chapter 151|7 pages

Drive-by Bridge Damage Detection Using Road Reaction Force

ByA.A. Elhattab, N. Uddin, E.J. OBrien

chapter 152|7 pages

Drive-by Bridge Inspection Using Inverse Dynamics Optimization Algorithm

ByA.A. Elhattab, N. Uddin, E. O’Brien

chapter 153|6 pages

Durability of concrete structure with attached marine growth in tidal zone

ByT. Chlayon, M. Iwanami, N. Chijiwa

chapter 154|6 pages

Benefits and future of the dynamical monitoring of structures

ByP.-E. Thévenin, T. Vassail, M. Fontan, P. Collet, B. Pilot

chapter 159|6 pages

Subsequent sensor installation for corrosion monitoring of reinforced concrete structures

ByH. Budelmann, I. Dreßler, H.-J. Wichmann

chapter 160|7 pages

The Netherlands changing for a European skid resistance measurement method

ByT.A. Bennis, F.G.M. Bouman, H.P. Nugteren, W.H. van Ooijen, E. Vos

part 4|1 pages

Special Sessions


SS1: Learning from excellent performance

chapter 161|8 pages

Critical Success Factors for Construction Projects: A Survey of Brazilian Companies

ByA. C. Pacagnella Junior, M. S. Paschoal, O. Pacífico

chapter 162|7 pages

Dynamic deformations of reinforced concrete beams during their total service-life

ByR.P. Veerman, A. van Beek

part |1 pages

SS2: Durable materials for longevity of ageing concrete infrastructure

chapter 167|8 pages

Ageing of materials in civil structures

ByA. van Beek

chapter 168|8 pages

Comparison for permeability resistance between concrete and mortar

ByTakeshi Iyoda

chapter 169|7 pages

Durability design of reinforced concrete structures with stainless steel reinforcement

ByF. Lollini, M. Gastaldi, L. Bertolini

chapter 171|7 pages

Mechanical and Microscopic Properties of Hybrid Fibers Reinforced Self-Compacting Concrete

ByW.J. Long, J.G. Shi, H.L. Zhu, W.L. Peng, H.C. Chen, N.X. Han

chapter 172|8 pages

Multiple self-repair of concrete cracks by encapsulated methyl methacrylate

ByK. Van Titelboom, B. Vanlerberghe, N. De Belie, M. Araújo, S. Van Vlierberghe

part |1 pages

SS3: Engineering adaptation to climate change

chapter 174|7 pages

Climate change effect on deterioration of concrete structures in Finland

ByT.A. Pakkala, A.-M. Lemberg, A. Köliö, J. Lahdensivu

chapter 175|6 pages

Life-Cycle Modeling of Critical Slopes in Mexico, including the Effect of Strong Rainfalls

ByDavid De Leon, Jose Saturnino Perez

chapter 176|8 pages

On Risk-Based Design of Structures Exposed to Changing Climatic Actions

ByM. Sýkora, D. Diamantidis, J.V. Retief, C. Viljoen, Á. Rózsás

chapter 177|6 pages

Energy balance and global warming potential of soil bioengineering structures

ByM. von der Thannen, S. Hörbinger, H.P. Rauch, R. Paratscha, R. Smutny, A. Strauss

part |1 pages

SS4: Long term performance optimization

chapter 178|7 pages

Determining a functional responsibility allocation between public and private parties in a long-term maintenance contract for waterworks

ByO.D. Brommet, R. Schoenmaker, M.J.C.M. Hertogh, G.R. Kleijn van Willigen, Y. Chen

chapter 180|8 pages

Life-cycle impact assessment of highway pavements for supporting maintenance and rehabilitation decisions

ByM.I. Sotiropoulou, N. Moschonas, A.P. Chassiakos

chapter 181|8 pages

Objective risk based structural assessment of existing concrete structures

ByR.P.H. Vergoossen, A.R.M. Wolfert, E.A.B. Koenders

chapter 182|6 pages

Risk-Based Decision Framework for Resilient Highway Bridges

ByZ. Lounis, H. Almansour

part |1 pages

SS5: Risk based maintenance from life cycle perspective

chapter 184|6 pages

CONSISTEND: A model to calculate the influence of the construction process on the life span of asphalt and its implementation in tenders

ByL.M. Abspoel, J.F.M. Wessels, M. Turk, H. Bailey, A. Hannah, A. O„Connor, C. Leahy

chapter 186|7 pages

Risk based asset management of pipeline networks for gas and water

ByL.M. Abspoel, W.M.G. Courage, W. van den Broeck, H. Kruse

chapter 187|7 pages

Risk Based Asset Management aspects in order to cope with successful Life-Cycle Civil Engineering

ByM.J.P.M. Franssen, P.J.M. Hafkamp

chapter 188|6 pages

Risk-based ageing management process and technology SimeoTM Ageing dedicated to maintenance optimization of civil work structures

ByA. Tixier, B. Capra, S. Dias, D. Vervoort, B. Rancurel

part |1 pages

SS6: Dynamic contracting: Optimal performance over the life cycle due to better cooperation between contact partners

chapter 190|7 pages

Planning and contracting of transport infrastructure in a dynamic environment

ByWim Leendertse, Tim Busscer, Jos Arts, Frits Verhees

chapter 191|8 pages

In search for Contract Flexibility in a Dynamic Environment: a Theoretical Framework

ByH.C. Demirel, L. Volker, M. Hertogh, W.L. Leendertse

chapter 192|8 pages

Life-cycle performance as results of basic design considerations

ByS. Zmigrodzki

part |1 pages

SS7: Standardization of performance indicators and goals for the life-cycle management of highway bridges

chapter 194|8 pages

Applied and research based performance indicator database for highway bridges across Europe

ByAlfred. Strauss, Konrad Bergmeister, Ana Mandić Ivanković, Jose Campos e Matos

chapter 195|7 pages

An overview of COST Action TU 1406, Quality Specifications for Roadway Bridges (BridgeSpec)

ByJ. Campos e Matos, J. Amado, S. Fernandes, N. Galvão

chapter 196|8 pages

Bridge life-cycle prediction through visual inspection data updating

ByMariano Angelo Zanini, Flora Faleschini, Carlo Pellegrino

chapter 197|6 pages

Challenges in BMS quality plan development

ByM. Kušar, J. Šelih

chapter 199|8 pages

Multi-objective bridge performance goals

ByI. Stipanovic Oslakovic, N.P. Høj, G. Klander

part |1 pages

SS8: Focussing on end-of-lifetime scenarios: Demolition and deconstruction as part of an integrated view on lifetime engineering

chapter 201|7 pages

Structural damage identification based on non-destructive and destructive investigation of PCT girder removed due to salt damage

ByN. Arima, S. Fukada, M.T. Ha, M. Moriyama, T. Miyashita

chapter 202|8 pages

Study on maintenance management for deteriorated concrete by JSCE-342

ByS. Miyazato, T. Yamamoto, T. Watanabe, R. Takahashi, K. Kobayashi

chapter 203|6 pages

The means of deconstruction engineering

ByP. Kamrath

chapter 204|6 pages

The Relationship between Damages in Road Pavement and Customer Feedback

ByKiwako Takahashi, Sadao Kimura, Mamoru Moriyama

part |1 pages

SS9: Cost reduction and societal benefits over the life cycle due to monitoring of existing structures and innovative repair techniques

chapter 206|8 pages

Electro active repair of concrete: innovation for increased repair durability

ByR.B. Polder, M.R. Geiker

chapter 207|6 pages

Evaluation of thirteen civil infrastructure monitoring pilots in The Netherlands

ByG.T. Luiten, W.H.A. Peelen, R. Drieman

chapter 208|7 pages

Example of a fatigue life evaluation of noise barriers along a high speed railway line

ByS. Lachinger, M. Kwapisz, M. Ralbovsky, H. Kari

chapter 210|5 pages

Life expectancy estimation for large pipeline networks based on satellite monitoring

ByJ. Maccabiani, I. Visser

part |1 pages

SS10: Managing infrastructure assets: From performance data to optimal strategies

chapter 212|6 pages

Assessment and decision-making framework for existing concrete structures

ByA. Vidovic, I. Zambon, A. Strauss

chapter 213|7 pages

Assessment of Need for Renewal on a Multi-Network Level

ByLeo Klatter, Han Roebers

chapter 215|7 pages

Holistic asset management and life cycle costs of road tunnels

ByM. Hoffmann

chapter 216|6 pages

Implementation of life cycle costing in port infrastructure

ByJ.G. de Gijt, A.P. Louwen, H. Voogt

chapter 217|6 pages

Lifetime and replacement cost analysis for concrete bridges and overpasses in the Dutch highway network

ByR.P. Nicolai, H.E. Klatter, S. van Vuren

chapter 218|6 pages

Monte Carlo simulation-based life-cycle assessment method for an old roof steel truss

ByE. Garavaglia, L. Sgambi, N. Basso

chapter 219|8 pages

Optimal Maintenance Decisions for Metro Tunnels in Soft Soil

ByQ. Ai, Y. Yuan, X. Jiang, S. Mahadevan

chapter 222|6 pages

Risk Based Maintenance for Civil Structures

ByB.R. Mante, N. Eekels, C.P.W.J. Genders

chapter 223|3 pages

The Optimal Maintenance Strategy in BMS considering Probability of Measuring Error

ByLee Jin Hyuk, Cha Kyunghwa, Ahn Sang Mi, Kong Jung Sik

chapter 224|8 pages

Use of a future maintenance demand indicator for network level asset management decision making

ByH. van Meerveld, R. Schoenmaker, J.F.M. Wessels, J. Bakker

chapter 225|5 pages

Using pavement monitoring data for maintenance budget estimation

ByDr.-Ing Rainer Hess

chapter 226|7 pages

Common misunderstandings in life cycle costing analyses and how to avoid them

ByM. van den Boomen, R. Schoenmaker, J.G. Verlaan, A.R.M. Wolfert

part |1 pages

SS11: Learning cycles in life-cycle asset management

chapter 229|9 pages

A framework for strategic replacement of infrastructure: dealing with complexity, long term uncertainties and stakeholder involvement

Bydr. ir. G.J. Roovers, ir. G. Klanker, ir. P. Bernardini, dr. M. Tosserams

chapter 230|8 pages

A risk-based model for maintenance decision support of civil structures using RAMS

ByT.C. Viana da Rocha, I. Stipanovic, A. Hartmann

chapter 231|7 pages

Life-cycle cost explored by the Integrated Design and Delivery Solution framework

ByB. Dongmo-Engeland, E. Hjelseth

chapter 232|7 pages

Longtime monitoring with smart sensor networks: the case of the Zwartewaterbrug

ByT. Siebal, A. Friedmann, W. Strobel, M. Guse, A. Hartmann

chapter 233|8 pages

Ontology based exchange mechanism for Systems Engineering information

ByL.C. van Ruijven

chapter 234|7 pages

Economic End of Life Indicator (EELI)

ByJ. Bakker, J.H. Roebers, J. Knoops

part |1 pages

SS12: Performance of concrete during life-cycle

chapter 235|8 pages

Compressive behavior of concrete under different loading rates: experimental analysis

ByXiaohuan Yan, Xiaodan Ren, Jie Li

chapter 237|8 pages

Performance evaluation of reinforced concrete tunnel suffering chloride attack

ByJ.H. Wang, M. Nakano, H. Tanaka, K. Matsuyama, A. Koizumi

chapter 239|8 pages

Study of stirrup corrosion on bond-slip behavior of reinforcing steel in concrete

ByHaijun Zhou, Hancheng Huang, Xuebing Liang, Xiaolin Zhang

chapter 240|7 pages

Time-Dependent Flexural Capacity of the Reinforced Concrete Beams

ByX. Gao, Z. Li, J. Li

part |1 pages

SS13: System capacity and robustness for new and existing structures

chapter 241|6 pages

Development of a methodology for environmental life cycle assessment of alpine protective structures

ByR. Paratscha, A. Strauss, R. Smutny, M. von der Thannen, S. Hörbinger, H.P. Rauch

chapter 242|4 pages

Lifecycle performances of conventional and soil bioengineering construction materials

ByG. Kalny, H.P. Rauch, K. Rados, A. Strauss-Sieberth, W. Loiskandl, A. Strauss

chapter 243|5 pages

Robustness of an existing pre-stressed concrete bridge

ByH. Guimarães, J. Fernandes, J.C. Matos

chapter 244|5 pages

Safety format requirements for RC columns design based on stochastic simulations

ByJ. Podroužek, A. Strauss

chapter 245|6 pages

Software system to support the planning process of road bridges

ByMichael Dimmer, Holger Flederer

chapter 247|7 pages

The complex approach to optimization of composite bridges

ByJ. Žitný, P. Ryjáçek, M. Lepš

part |1 pages

SS14: Marine structural longevity

chapter 248|8 pages

An intelligent system for vessels structural reliability evaluation

ByA.L. Michala, N. Barltrop, P. Amirafshari, I. Lazakis, G. Theotokatos

chapter 249|8 pages

Evaluation of the effects of design uncertainty on the damage tolerance of composite patches

ByS. TerMaath, J. Retherford, E. Stevens, R. Timilsina

chapter 250|5 pages

Fatigue life updating for vessel fleets

ByMark D. Groden, Yan Liu, Matthew D. Collette

chapter 251|7 pages

Ship Structure Fatigue and Life Cycle Risk Management Approaches

ByKarl Stambaugh, Miroslaw Lech Kaminski

chapter 252|8 pages

Structural fatigue life assessment and maintenance needs for a new class of US Coast Guard Cutters

ByI. Drummen, R. Hageman, K. Stambaugh

chapter 253|7 pages

Structural Health Monitoring Planning of Ship Structures in a Life-Cycle Perspective

BySamantha Sabatino, Dan M. Frangopol

part |1 pages

SS15: Optimizing decision making of rail asset management

chapter 254|7 pages

Preventive condition-based tamping for railway tracks: a decision support model

ByR. Li, K.B. Salling, A. Zoeteman, A.R.M. Wolfert

chapter 255|8 pages

Professional and sustainable decision making with Life Cycle Management

ByIng. M. van Noort

chapter 256|7 pages

Risk based rail asset management

ByJ. Swier

chapter 257|5 pages

Assessment railway bridges over the river Waal near Zaltbommmel

ByP.C. Vos, B.H.M. van den Broek

chapter 258|8 pages

Railway bridge asset management using a Petri-Net modelling approach

ByP.C. Yianni, D. Rama, L.C. Neves, J.D. Andrews

part 5|1 pages

General Sessions

chapter 261|7 pages

Corrosion modelling and performance Indicators

ByC. Andrade, N. Rebolledo, F. Tavares

chapter 262|7 pages

Damage propagation in corroded reinforcing bars with the effect of inelastic buckling under low-cycle fatigue loading

ByMohammad M. Kashani, Adam J. Crewe, Nicholas A. Alexander

chapter 263|6 pages

Flexural rigidity of corrosion-affected RC beam in marine environment

ByZ.H. Lu, X.D. Yang, Y.G. Zhao

chapter 264|6 pages

Model for the long-term corrosion of cast iron pipes buried in soil

ByR.B. Petersen, R.E. Melchers

chapter 266|7 pages

Study on assessment of chloride ion penetration in concrete subjected to wet-dry cycle

ByK. Koike, T. Yamaguchi, K. Takewaka, Y. Akira, G. Larkins, K. Fukushige

chapter 267|7 pages

The bond deterioration of plain round bars subjected to lateral tensile-compressive stresses

ByXue Zhang, Changming Lv, Zhimin Wu, Jinping Ou

chapter 268|8 pages

Derivation of budget requirements for different levels of fairway quality based on harmonized maintenance strategies for inland waterways

ByK. Haselbauer, A. Haberl, K. Hoffmann, K. Blab, M. Simoner, T. Hartl

chapter 269|8 pages

A methodology for the evaluation of performance and damage of RCC dams under dynamic seismic actions

ByA. López López, D. Porras Navarro González, L.E. Pérez Rocha

chapter 270|7 pages

The Effect of Information on the Performance of a Multiagent System for Post-Disaster Evacuation

ByG. Bunea, G.M. Atanasiu, F. Leon

chapter 274|4 pages

Automated road survey and pavement management on porous asphalt

ByW.L.C. van Aalst, G.B. Derksen, P.P.M. Schackmann, E. Zwier, F.G.M. Bouman, P. Paffen

chapter 275|5 pages

Determining the remaining lifespan of concrete structures

ByT.W. Groeneweg, J.G.A. van Hulst, J.G.A.M. Reinders

chapter 276|8 pages

About the economic life prediction for existing RC buildings

ByM. Vona, P. Harabaglia, M. Mastroberti, B. Manganelli

chapter 277|8 pages

Reduced nonlinear finite element models for quick-scan assessment of concrete infrastructure

ByDenise Ferreira, Wijtze Pieter Kikstra, Max Hendriks, Gerd-Jan Schreppers, Ane de Boer

chapter 279|3 pages

Pigeon Colony Algorithm (PCA) and Its Applications

ByT.H. Yi*, K.F. Wen, H.N. Li

chapter 280|5 pages

A MAP method with nonparametric priors for estimating P-S-N curves

ByX. Liu, D. Lu

chapter 281|5 pages

Deterioration Distributions of Tunnel Lining in Cold Region

ByA. Sutoh, O. Maruyama, T. Sato, H. T. Kanekiyo

chapter 282|8 pages

Expert judgment in life-cycle degradation and maintenance modelling for steel bridges

ByA. Kosgodagan, O. Morales-Nápoles, J. Maljaars, W. Courage

chapter 283|7 pages

Parameter estimation for ARX models with missing data

ByM. Horner, S.N. Pakzad

chapter 284|5 pages

Performance Assessment of Bridges under Multiple Hazards

ByA. Alipour, A. Fioklou

chapter 285|6 pages

Iterative point estimate method for probability moments of function

ByWengliang. Fan, Yule. Wang, Jinghong. Wei, Zhengliang. Li, Pu. Deng

chapter 286|8 pages

A review on the causes and mechanisms of damages of elastomeric bridge bearings

ByReza Akbari, Shahrokh Maalek

chapter 287|6 pages

A study on the relationship between pH distribution and degradation depth using the drilled powder

ByK. Eguchi, Y. Kato, Y. Kaneko, D. N. Katpady

chapter 288|6 pages

Bridge curvature for detecting bridge damage location

ByE.G. Winardi, A.A. Elhattab, N. Uddin, E. O’brien

chapter 289|6 pages

Bridge damage detection using the inverse dynamics optimization algorithm

ByYahya M. Mohammed, Nasim Uddin, E. O’brien

chapter 290|8 pages

Damage identification focused on deterioration degree of bridge members using Self-Organizing feature Map

ByT. Kitahara, T. Yamaguchi, S. Donomoto

chapter 292|7 pages

Dynamic identification of a bridge pile modeled in continuous-time domain

ByL. Teşu, G.M. Atanasiu

chapter 293|7 pages

Investigation of shear fracture mechanism by digital image correlation systems

ByPablo Castillo, Leos Jirovsky, Marco Marcon, Roman Wendner, Alfred Strauss

chapter 297|7 pages

Monitoring and detection of damage in cement composite under sulphate attack

BySumedha Moharana, Bhavini Garg

chapter 298|7 pages

Corrosion Damage Research of Stayed Cable Under Coupling Salt Spray Environment and Loading

ByY. Guowen, D. Guojun, L. Shiya

chapter 299|5 pages

Deterioration Situation of Road Infrastructure (Bridge and Tunnel) in Cold Region

ByT. Sato, A. Sutoh, O. Maruyama, H.T. Kanekiyo

chapter 300|4 pages

Experimental investigation of the lithium transport mechanisms in cementitious materials by NMR

ByS. Venglovska, L. Pel, O.C.G. Adan

chapter 301|8 pages

Investigating building settlements via very high resolution SAR sensors

ByG. Niocodemo, D. Peduto, S. Ferlisi, J. Maccabiani

chapter 302|7 pages

Set-up for establishing residual service-life monitoring of bearing capacity and road design of Dutch highways

ByC. Giezen, S.D. Mookhoek, M. Schelland, P. Paffen, F.G.M. Bouman, A.E. van Dommelen, S.M.J.G. Erkens, R. Hofman, M.M. Villani, T.A. Bennis

chapter 303|5 pages

Intermit integrated monitoring on long-term performance of an arch bridge

ByZijie Zhou, Xuefei Shi, Xin Ruan

chapter 304|8 pages

An effective anchorage system for reinforced concrete beams with fiber reinforced polymer composites

ByR.H. Haddad, C.S. Marji, R.Z. Al-Rousan

chapter 306|8 pages

Extending the Life of Bridges

ByA. Peiris, I.E. Harik

chapter 307|6 pages

Factors affecting sacrificial anode to protect reinforcing steel corrosion

ByP. Sancharoen, A. Mahasiripan, S. Tangtermsirikul

chapter 308|7 pages

Fatigue Life Assessment of Orthotropic Steel Deck with UHPC Pavement

ByY. Yuan, X. Jiang, C. Wu, X. Qiang

chapter 309|8 pages

Improved asset performance using high strength concrete overlay renovation technique

ByP. Moore, F. van Berge-Henegouwen, G. Dilsiz, H. de Vries

chapter 311|8 pages

Innovative bio-composite systems for re-design of timber structures

ByC.E. Lanivschi, A. Secu, E. Decher, G.M. Atanasiu

chapter 314|8 pages

Parametric study on concrete-filled steel tubular T-joints under axial load

ByI. Musa, F.R. Mashiri, X. Zhu

chapter 315|6 pages

Prolonging the lifetime of steel highway bridges

ByM.F. Faber, M. Reniers

chapter 316|8 pages

Ductility Enhancement of Concrete Members under Blast Load Using CFRP External Strengthening

ByHusham Alamnsour, Zoubir Lounis, Bessam Kadhom

chapter 317|7 pages

Sustained load performance of adhesive fastening systems in concrete

ByR. Nilforoush, L. Elfgren, M. Nilsson

chapter 318|6 pages

The repair method of preventive maintenance for reducing of open-cut communication tunnel life cycle cost

ByTakuya Ishikawa, Taishi Deguchi, Kazuhiro Kawabata

chapter 319|8 pages

Development of risk cost optimized maintenance strategy for infrastructure

ByChun-Qing Li, Hassan Baji, Wei Yang

chapter 320|4 pages

Life cycle assessment of high rising residential building in Southeast China

ByL. Huang, G. Krigsvoll, Y. Liu, F. Johansen

chapter 322|8 pages

Maintenance strategy of highway bridges based on life cycle function

ByYiqiang Xiang, Dongmei Guo, Qiangqiang Wu

chapter 323|6 pages

Optimizing the procurement under life cycle cost aspects

ByE. Stocker, D. Koch

chapter 326|6 pages

Numerical Investigations on Circular Fiber Reinforced Elastomeric Bearings

ByP. Castillo Ruano, E. Apostolidi, A. Strauss