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A presentation conducted by Ms Maria Rashidi, SMART Infrastructure Facility, University of Wollongong. ...

A presentation conducted by Ms Maria Rashidi, SMART Infrastructure Facility, University of Wollongong.
Presented on Wednesday the 2nd of October 2013.

The maintenance of bridges as a key element in transportation infrastructure has become a major concern due to increasing traffic volumes, deterioration of existing bridges and well-publicised bridge failures. The main goal of this study is to develop a requirements-driven decision support methodology for remediation of concrete bridges with the aim of maintaining bridge assets within acceptable limits of safety, serviceability and sustainability.The proposed model includes two phases:
Phase one is focused on condition assessment and priority ranking of bridge projects which makes use of an integrated priority index addressing a variety of factors. Phase two includes a multi criteria decision making technique which is able to select the best remediation strategy at both project and network level. The modified Simple Multi Attribute Rating Technique (SMART) is used as a decision analysis tool that employs the eigenvector approach of the Analytical Hierarchy
Process (AHP) for criteria weighting

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SMART International Symposium for Next Generation Infrastructure: A New Approach to Bridge Infrastructure Management Presentation Transcript

  • 1. ENDORSING PARTNERS A New Approach to Bridge Infrastructure Management The following are confirmed contributors to the business and policy dialogue in Sydney: • Rick Sawers (National Australia Bank) • Nick Greiner (Chairman (Infrastructure NSW) Monday, 30th September 2013: Business & policy Dialogue Tuesday 1 October to Thursday, Dialogue 3rd October: Academic and Policy Presented by: Ms Maria Rashidi, SMART Infrastructure Facility, University of Wollongong www.isngi.org www.isngi.org
  • 2. A New Approach to Bridge Infrastructure Management Presented by: Maria Rashidi
  • 3. Research Significance    There are approximately 2.5 million bridges on the global higher transportation network. 20% deficient Almost 500,000 bridges require remediation and improvement.
  • 4. Mississippi River bridge collapse    In 1990: A rating of "structurally deficient," citing significant corrosion in its bearings. In 2005: Rated as "structurally deficient" and in possible need of replacement. On August 2, 2007, the Governor stated that the bridge was scheduled to be replaced in 2020.
  • 5. Entre-os-Rios Bridge Collapse    Collapsed in 2001. The collapse was caused by the failure of a support pillar that came under increased pressure from river water following a period of heavy rain. 70 people were killed.
  • 6. Conceptual Framework for Bridge Management
  • 7. Rating of All the Contributed Factors
  • 8. Structural Efficiency (SE)
  • 9. Functional Efficiency (FE)
  • 10. Client Impact Factor (CIF)
  • 11. Bridge Overall Priority Index
  • 12. Phase Two: Remediation Planning
  • 13. Possible Alternatives
  • 14. Major Risks and Client Constraint
  • 15. Typical Hierarchical Structure for Bridge Management Main text (font: calibra body, size 24)
  • 16. Remediation Planning at Project Level
  • 17. Remediation Planning at Network Level
  • 18. Prototype System
  • 19. CBR-DSS
  • 20. References • • • • • • • • • • Bello-Dambatta, A., Farmani R., Javadi A. A. and Evans B. M. (2009). The Analytical Hierarchy Process for contaminated land management. Advanced Engineering Informatics 23(4): 433-441. Freudenthaler. B, Gutenbrunner.G, Stumptner. R, & Kung. J (2008) Case-based decision support for bridge monitoring, in proceeding of the third international Multi-Conference on Computing in the global information technology, pp. 31-36. Rashidi, M. and Gibson P. (2012). A methodology for bridge condition evaluation. Journal of Civil Engineering and Architecture 6(9): 1149–1157. Rashidi, M. and Gibson P. (2011). Proposal of a methodology for bridge condition assessment. Australasian Transport Research Forum (ATRF), Adelaide, Australia. Rashidi, M. and Lemass B. (2011a). Holistic decision support for bridge remediation. The 4th International Conference on Construction Engineering and Project Managment (ICCEPM), Sydney, Australia. Rashidi, M. and Lemass B. (2011b). "A Decision Support Methodology for Remediation Planning of Concrete Bridges." Journal of Construction Engineering and Project Management (JCEPM) 1(2): 1-10. Stewart, M. G. (2001). "Reliability-based assessment of ageing bridges using risk ranking and life cycle cost decision analyses." Reliability Engineering & System Safety 74(3): 263-273. Sumitomo. (2009). Bridge repair market statistics." from http://www.iceng.com.au/files/link/Bridge-marketstatistics.pdf. Valenzuela, S., de Solminihac H. and Echaveguren T. (2010). Proposal of an integrated index for prioritization of bridge maintenance. Journal of Bridge Engineering 15(3): 337-343. Yanev, B. (2007). Bridge Management. Hoboken, New Jersey, John Wiley & Sons.