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Management of Resilience In Civil Infrastructure Systems

by Ken Winter on 2022-01-07T08:41:38-05:00 in Planning, Materials, Pavements, Multimodal, Safety & Security, Construction, Structures, Project Management, Engineering, Environmental, Research | Comments


Given today’s increasing climate concerns and the possibility of increased impacts from natural disasters it is more important than ever for Virginia's infrastructure to be resilient.


According to the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE), interdisciplinary collaboration—social, economic, political, historical, disaster management, and planning—can help solve some of the most challenging civil engineering issues. 

 

This ASCE infographic illustrates some of the challenges we may be facing: 

 

ASCE infographic
(To view the full-sized Infographic as a pdf form CLICK HERE)

 

The VDOT Research Library recently got access to this new special collection from ASCE's Journal of Management in Engineering that presents recent interdisciplinary research collaborations in resilience management of civil infrastructure to tackle some of the toughest civil engineering challenges. Articles in this all-digital collection include:

A Proposed Framework for the Incorporation of Economic Resilience into Transportation Decision Making
Davis Chacon-Hurtado; Lisa L. Losada-Rojas; David Yu; Konstantina Gkritza, M.ASCE; and Jon D. Fricker, M.ASCE

Management of Resilience in Civil Infrastructure Systems: An Interdisciplinary Approach
Nader Naderpajouh, M.ASCE; Juyeong Choi, A.M.ASCE; David J. Yu; and Young Hoon Kwak, M.ASCE

From Risk Management to Resilience Management in Critical Infrastructure
Bjarte Rød; David Lange, Ph.D.; Marianthi Theocharidou, Ph.D.; and Christer Pursiainen


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Capacity Building for an Infrastructure System in Case of Disaster Using the System's Associated Social and Technical Components
Juyeong Choi, Ph.D., A.M.ASCE; Nader Naderpajouh, Ph.D., M.ASCE; David J. Yu, Ph.D.; and Makarand Hastak, Ph.D., P.E., M.ASCE

Multiobjective Optimization Model for Emergency Evacuation Planning in Geographical Locations with Vulnerable Population Groups
Maxim A. Dulebenets, Ph.D., P.E.; Junayed Pasha; Masoud Kavoosi; Olumide F. Abioye; Eren E. Ozguven, Ph.D.; Ren Moses, Ph.D., P.E.; Walter R. Boot, Ph.D.; and Thobias Sando, Ph.D., P.E.

Overcoming Status Quo Bias For Resilient Stormwater Infrastructure: Empirical Evidence in Neurocognition and Decision-Making
Mo Hu and Tripp Shealy
/ Published online March 19, 2020

Measuring Resilience of Human-Spatial Systems to Disasters: Framework Combining Spatial-Network Analysis and Fisher Information
Yan Wang, Ph.D., A.M.ASCE; John E. Taylor, Ph.D., M.ASCE; and Michael J. Garvin, Ph.D., M.ASCE

Criticality and Susceptibility Indexes for Resilience-Based Ranking and Prioritization of Components in Interdependent Infrastructure Networks
Srijith Balakrishnan, S.M.ASCE; and Zhanmin Zhang, A.M.ASCE

Informality in Postdisaster Reconstruction: The Role of Social Capital in Reconstruction Management in Post-Hurricane Maria Puerto Rico
Jessica Talbot; Cristina Poleacovschi, Ph.D., M.ASCE; Sara Hamideh, Ph.D.; and Carlos Santos-Rivera

Multiobjective Optimization of Postdisaster Reconstruction Processes for Ensuring Long-Term Socioeconomic Benefits
Pedram Ghannad, S.M.ASCE; Yong-Cheol Lee, Ph.D., A.M.ASCE; Carol J. Friedland, Ph.D., P.E., M.ASCE; Jin Ouk Choi, Ph.D., A.M.ASCE; and Eunhwa Yang, Ph.D.

Metadata-Based Analysis of Physical-Social-Civic Systems to Develop the Knowledge Base for Hurricane Shelter Planning
Fehintola Sanusi; Juyeong Choi, A.M.ASCE; Mehmet Baran Ulak; Eren Erman Ozguven; and Tarek Abichou

Flood Resilience of Urban River Restoration Projects: Case Studies in Hong Kong
Bernadette Chia; Yuhong Wang; and Yang Chen

Recoverability Modeling of Power Distribution Systems Using Accelerated Life Models: Case of Power Cut Due to Extreme Weather Events in Norway
Bjarte Rod; Abbas Barabadi; and Masoud Naseri

Probabilistic Resilience-Guided Infrastructure Risk Management
Shady Salem, A.M.ASCE; Ahmad Siam, A.M.ASCE; Wael El-Dakhakhni, F.ASCE; and Michael Tait, M.ASCE

Institutional Connectedness in Resilience Planning and Management of Interdependent Infrastructure Systems
Shangjia Dong, Ph.D.; Qingchun Li; Hamed Farahmand; Ali Mostafavi, M.ASCE; Philip R. Berke; and Arnold Vedlitz

 

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Ken Winter
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VDOT Research Library


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