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  1. Post-earthquake financial loss of structures induced by residual inter-story deformation (RID) has been recently noticed and various strategies have been proposed. A newly-emerged energy-dissipation material, ...

    Authors: Zhe-Xi Zhang, Jie Zhang, Cheng Fang, Yuelin Zhang and Yuanmu Li
    Citation: Journal of Infrastructure Preservation and Resilience 2023 4:6
  2. This paper applies the mechanics-based approach and five machine learning algorithms to classify the failure mode (leak or rupture) of steel oil and gas pipelines containing longitudinally oriented surface cra...

    Authors: Haotian Sun and Wenxing Zhou
    Citation: Journal of Infrastructure Preservation and Resilience 2023 4:5
  3. Construction equipment tracking of highway construction site can obtain the spatiotemporal location in real time and provide data basis for construction risk control. The complete 2D moving of construction equ...

    Authors: Yapeng Guo, Yang Xu, Zhonglong Li, Hui Li and Shunlong Li
    Citation: Journal of Infrastructure Preservation and Resilience 2023 4:4
  4. Passive buildings are proving to be a solution to menaces of energy crisis and greenhouse gas emissions across the world. Such buildings tend to exhibit low energy demand owing to their cleverly designed envel...

    Authors: Vishwajit Anand, Vishnu Lakshmi Kadiri and Chandrasekhar Putcha
    Citation: Journal of Infrastructure Preservation and Resilience 2023 4:3
  5. This paper aims to thoroughly analyze the effect of polyethylene terephthalate (PET) plastic aggregate on concrete compressive strength using a meta-analysis. Forty-three datasets for concrete containing PET c...

    Authors: Beng Wei Chong and Xijun Shi
    Citation: Journal of Infrastructure Preservation and Resilience 2023 4:2
  6. The purpose of the paper is to improve the efficiency of vehicle based sensing technology in highway pavement condition assessment by evaluating the effect of four factors (sensor placement, pavement temperatu...

    Authors: Dada Zhang, Chun-Hsing Ho and Fangfang Zhang
    Citation: Journal of Infrastructure Preservation and Resilience 2023 4:1
  7. As infrastructure construction advances toward the cold and highland environment, concrete preparation technology and service performance in the cold climate is receiving much attention. The freezing of pore w...

    Authors: Yanlin Huo, Huayang Sun, Dong Lu, Zhitao Chen and Yingzi Yang
    Citation: Journal of Infrastructure Preservation and Resilience 2022 3:20
  8. Unrefined and highly corrosive upstream petroleum resources and complex operating environments pose a significant threat to the integrity and safety of gathering pipelines. The present study proposed a novelty...

    Authors: Guojin Qin, Shengyu Tang, Ruiling Li, Ailin Xia, Zhenwei Zhang and Yihuan Wang
    Citation: Journal of Infrastructure Preservation and Resilience 2022 3:19
  9. High-performance fiber-reinforced cementitious composites (HPFRCC) have shown benefits in improving infrastructure resilience but often compromises sustainability due to the higher upfront cost and carbon foot...

    Authors: Xiao Tan, Soroush Mahjoubi, Qinghua Zhang, Daren Dong and Yi Bao
    Citation: Journal of Infrastructure Preservation and Resilience 2022 3:18
  10. Unnoticed corrosion in underground reinforced concrete structural members – such as foundations, retaining walls, or piles – may severely threaten the integrity of structures. However, condition assessment of ...

    Authors: Patrick Pfändler, Lukas Bircher and Ueli Angst
    Citation: Journal of Infrastructure Preservation and Resilience 2022 3:17
  11. This paper describes the development of a random finite element model (RFEM) that allows holistic simulation of frozen soil behaviors, including the effects of phase transition and the consequent internal stre...

    Authors: Shaoyang Dong, Yusheng Jiang and Xiong Yu
    Citation: Journal of Infrastructure Preservation and Resilience 2022 3:16
  12. Time varying mass engineering structure is the type of structure where the total mass of the structure changes rapidly, and the loads generated are dependent on the properties of the structure, discharge rate ...

    Authors: Phung Tu, Vanissorn Vimonsatit and Chayanon Hansapinyo
    Citation: Journal of Infrastructure Preservation and Resilience 2022 3:15
  13. The 2020 National Building Code of Canada (NBCC) seismic hazard model (SHM) marks a comprehensive update over its predecessor (NBCC 2015). For different regions in Canada, this will have an impact on the desig...

    Authors: Ikenna Odikamnoro, Prakash S. Badal, Henry Burton and Solomon Tesfamariam
    Citation: Journal of Infrastructure Preservation and Resilience 2022 3:14
  14. Rainfall-induced slope failures disrupt the traffic and warrant urgent slope repair works. The impact of roadside slope failures can be minimized if slopes are proactively rehabilitated. Nonetheless, transport...

    Authors: Anil Baral and Mohsen Shahandashti
    Citation: Journal of Infrastructure Preservation and Resilience 2022 3:12
  15. This paper presents a synthesis of current practices in regard to the seismic analysis, design, and retrofit of built-environments. Background information on the behavior of existing buildings subjected to ear...

    Authors: Ju-Hyung Kim, Christopher J. Hessek, Yail J. Kim and Hong-Gun Park
    Citation: Journal of Infrastructure Preservation and Resilience 2022 3:11
  16. Structural health monitoring (SHM) system aims to monitor the in-service condition of civil infrastructures, incorporate proactive maintenance, and avoid potential safety risks. An SHM system involves the coll...

    Authors: Mengchen Zhao, Ayan Sadhu and Miriam Capretz
    Citation: Journal of Infrastructure Preservation and Resilience 2022 3:10
  17. Asphalt pavement is vulnerable to the temperature rising and extremely high-temperature weather caused by climate change. The regulation techniques of asphalt pavement high temperature have become a growing co...

    Authors: Zhenlong Gong, Letao Zhang, Jiaxi Wu, Zhao Xiu, Linbing Wang and Yinghao Miao
    Citation: Journal of Infrastructure Preservation and Resilience 2022 3:9
  18. The impact of climate change on the deterioration of reinforced concrete elements have been frequently highlighted as worthy of investigation. This article addresses this important issue by presenting a time-v...

    Authors: Amro Nasr, Dániel Honfi and Oskar Larsson Ivanov
    Citation: Journal of Infrastructure Preservation and Resilience 2022 3:8
  19. Quantifying economic losses of civil infrastructures subjected to various hazards under a life-cycle context is of vital importance for risk assessment and management. In previous studies, the expected long-te...

    Authors: Yu Zhang, Yaohan Li and You Dong
    Citation: Journal of Infrastructure Preservation and Resilience 2022 3:7
  20. Corrosion-induced bond degradation of deformed steel rebar in concrete is experimentally investigated with acoustic emission (AE) and 3D laser scan technique. Concrete specimens were fabricated and subjected t...

    Authors: Fujian Tang, Zhibin Lin, Hongya Qu and Genda Chen
    Citation: Journal of Infrastructure Preservation and Resilience 2022 3:5
  21. As one of the most widely used nanomaterials in asphalt modification, the nano-silica (nano-SiO2) can significantly improve the self-healing behavior of asphalt eco-friendly. However, understanding of the self-he...

    Authors: Zhengwu Long, Xianqiong Tang, Nanning Guo, Yanhuai Ding, Wenbo Ma, Lingyun You and Fu Xu
    Citation: Journal of Infrastructure Preservation and Resilience 2022 3:4
  22. Incorporation of bacteria can realize self-healing and enhance strength of concrete, which has been drawn extensive attention in past decades. The studies focused on the properties of fiber reinforced concrete...

    Authors: Zhigang Zhang, Dawei Liu, Yuanzhao Ding and Shuping Wang
    Citation: Journal of Infrastructure Preservation and Resilience 2022 3:3
  23. Carbon-based nanomaterials (CNMs) have been extensively used to modify cement matrix thanks to their extraordinary specific surface area, high aspect ratio, and high strength and modulus. This review focuses o...

    Authors: Dong Lu and Jing Zhong
    Citation: Journal of Infrastructure Preservation and Resilience 2022 3:2
  24. This study established a systematic simulation framework to predict the anti-icing longevity of a thin overlay of asphalt pavement with salt-storage additive (APSSA). The water and chloride transport in the ov...

    Authors: Yan Zhang, Yong Deng and Xianming Shi
    Citation: Journal of Infrastructure Preservation and Resilience 2022 3:1
  25. Overlays have been extensively employed as an effective preservation or rehabilitation tool to extend the service life of concrete bridges and pavements, especially concrete slabs suffering from salt scaling a...

    Authors: Zhipeng Li, Yudong Dang, Zhen Tang, Ning Xie, Shuang Lu and Xianming Shi
    Citation: Journal of Infrastructure Preservation and Resilience 2021 2:31
  26. Magnesium chloride (MgCl2) deicers applications onto pervious concrete pavements can deteriorate the material, and studies investigate treatments to increase the concrete resistance to MgCl2 attacks. In this pape...

    Authors: Nara Almeida and Liv Haselbach
    Citation: Journal of Infrastructure Preservation and Resilience 2021 2:29
  27. This paper presents a review of four existing growth models for near-neutral pH stress corrosion cracking (NNpHSCC) defects on buried oil and gas pipelines: Chen et al.’s model, two models developed at the Sou...

    Authors: Haotian Sun, Wenxing Zhou and Jidong Kang
    Citation: Journal of Infrastructure Preservation and Resilience 2021 2:28
  28. With the rapid development of society and industry, novel technologies and materials related to pavement engineering are constantly emerging. However, with the continuous improvement of people’s demands, pavem...

    Authors: Bin Hong, Guoyang Lu, Tianshuai Li, Jiao Lin, Dawei Wang, Dong Liang and Markus Oeser
    Citation: Journal of Infrastructure Preservation and Resilience 2021 2:27
  29. Under multi-wheel heavy load, the asphalt mixture is prone to exhibit the deformation superposition effect, which exacerbates the damage of pavement structure. Multi-point penetration tests and numerical simul...

    Authors: Chun Li, Xinxing Bian, Qifeng Dong and Huining Xu
    Citation: Journal of Infrastructure Preservation and Resilience 2021 2:26
  30. Life-cycle cost analysis (LCCA) is a decision-making tool particularly useful for the design of bridges as it predicts lifetime expenses and supports the inspections management and the maintenance activities. ...

    Authors: Stefano Sacconi, Laura Ierimonti, Ilaria Venanzi and Filippo Ubertini
    Citation: Journal of Infrastructure Preservation and Resilience 2021 2:25
  31. Climate-related disasters have cost the world over £450 billion over the last 3 years. In the race to mitigate these effects, the UK government has committed to net-zero emissions by 2050. Transport provides t...

    Authors: Myra Lydon, Darragh Lydon, Nicola-Ann Stevens, Su Taylor, Juliana Early and Adele Marshall
    Citation: Journal of Infrastructure Preservation and Resilience 2021 2:24
  32. The microstructure control of modified asphalt, especially the micro-dispersion of the SBS modifier in the mortar transition zone, is a critical technology for the performance design of modified asphalt. To ch...

    Authors: Yue Xiao, Mujaheed Yunusa, Boxiang Yan, Xiaoshan Zhang and Xiwen Chang
    Citation: Journal of Infrastructure Preservation and Resilience 2021 2:23
  33. Rheology is critical issue in the workability, stabilization and engineering performance of asphalt emulsions. The objective of this study is to investigate the rheological properties of asphalt emulsions. To ...

    Authors: Enhao Zhang, Xiaofei Qi, Liyan Shan and Dongsheng Li
    Citation: Journal of Infrastructure Preservation and Resilience 2021 2:22
  34. To semi-quantitatively assess the effects of climate change on the slope failures, this paper proposes an effective approach for evaluating the influences of climate change on slope stability in seasonally col...

    Authors: Yulong Zhu, Tatsuya Ishikawa, Tomohito J. Yamada and Srikrishnan Siva Subramanian
    Citation: Journal of Infrastructure Preservation and Resilience 2021 2:20
  35. Pervious concrete is designed to be porous to allow permeation of water and air for combating the environmental and drainage problems arising from urbanization. However, despite extensive research, it is still...

    Authors: Leo Gu Li, Jia-Jian Feng, Bo-Feng Xiao, Shao-Hua Chu and Albert Kwok Hung Kwan
    Citation: Journal of Infrastructure Preservation and Resilience 2021 2:19

    The Correction to this article has been published in Journal of Infrastructure Preservation and Resilience 2021 2:21

  36. This paper presents a multi-sensor data collection and data fusion procedure for nondestructive evaluation/testing (NDE/NDT) of a concrete bridge deck. Three NDE technologies, vertical electrical impedance (VE...

    Authors: Sepehr Pashoutani, Jinying Zhu, Chungwook Sim, Kwanghee Won, Brian A. Mazzeo and W. Spencer Guthrie
    Citation: Journal of Infrastructure Preservation and Resilience 2021 2:18
  37. The concept of Value of Information (VoI) has attracted significant attentions within the civil engineering community over especially the last decade. Triggered by the increasing focus on structural health mon...

    Authors: Wei-Heng Zhang, Da-Gang Lu, Jianjun Qin, Sebastian Thöns and Michael Havbro Faber
    Citation: Journal of Infrastructure Preservation and Resilience 2021 2:16
  38. Self-ignition coal gangue (SCG) used as one of precursors to fabricate autoclaved aerated concrete (AAC). Aiming at studying water absorptivity and frost resistance performance of SCG-based AAC (SCGAAC), three...

    Authors: Xinyu Cong, Yiqiu Tan, Shuang Lu, Zhaojia Wang and Tianyong Huang
    Citation: Journal of Infrastructure Preservation and Resilience 2021 2:15
  39. In ice and snow weather, the surface texture characteristics of asphalt pavement change, which will significantly affect the skid resistance performance of asphalt pavement. In this study, five asphalt mixture...

    Authors: Feng Li, Gulnigar Ablat, Siqi Zhou, Yixin Liu, Yufeng Bi, Zihang Weng and Yuchuan Du
    Citation: Journal of Infrastructure Preservation and Resilience 2021 2:14
  40. Hurricanes and sea level rise pose significant threats to infrastructure and critical services (e.g., air and sea travel, water treatment), and can hinder sustainable development of major economic sectors (e.g...

    Authors: Austin Becker, Noah Hallisey and Gerald Bove
    Citation: Journal of Infrastructure Preservation and Resilience 2021 2:13
  41. Harsh winters reduce utilitarian cycling in many cities. Using an online survey, we examined how increasing rolling resistance due to snow and ice affect people’s cycling willingness. The respondents (N = 1318) r...

    Authors: Mathis Dahl Fenre and Alex Klein-Paste
    Citation: Journal of Infrastructure Preservation and Resilience 2021 2:12
  42. Asphalt pavement structures in cold regions, which suffer from complicated environmental and geological conditions, such as large temperature difference and frozen soil, are prone to cracking, rutting, and moi...

    Authors: Tongxu Wang, Xianyong Ma, Huanyu Li and Zejiao Dong
    Citation: Journal of Infrastructure Preservation and Resilience 2021 2:11
  43. The water supply network (WSN) is subjected to leaks that compromise its service to the communities, which, however, is challenging to identify with conventional approaches before the consequences surface. Thi...

    Authors: Xudong Fan, Xijin Zhang and Xiong ( Bill) Yu
    Citation: Journal of Infrastructure Preservation and Resilience 2021 2:10
  44. Although calcium oxychloride (Ca-Oxy) is known to damage cementitious materials exposed to calcium chloride (CaCl2) deicers, there is little direct observation of Ca-Oxy in the field due to its instability. This ...

    Authors: Chunyu Qiao, Nima Hosseinzadeh, Prannoy Suraneni, Sihang Wei and David Rothstein
    Citation: Journal of Infrastructure Preservation and Resilience 2021 2:9
  45. Alaska’s North Slope is predicted to experience twice the warming expected globally. When summers are longer and winters are shortened, ground surface conditions in the Arctic are expected to change considerab...

    Authors: Zhaohui Joey Yang, Kannon C. Lee and Haibo Liu
    Citation: Journal of Infrastructure Preservation and Resilience 2021 2:8

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