SEI February 2023: Recent Structures and Research Worldwide
SEI May 2023: Recent Structures and Research in India
SEI August 2023: New Developments for the Resilient Fire Design of Singular Buildings and Engineering Infrastructures
SEI November 2023: Recent Structures and Research Worldwide
Call for Abstracts for 2024 SEI issues:
SEI February 2024: Special issue on ‘Assessment/Maintenance/Performance’
Full paper by 15 April, 2023. Submit at: https://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/sei
Globally infrastracture is aging, while budgets allocated to assess and maintain structures are limited. It is therefore essential to develop and implement innovative assessment methods and procedures. This will make it possible to assess and maintain structures continuously and comprehensively over time. Moreover, new possibilities may arise with the emergence of low-cost, autonomous and/or passive sensor networks and big calculation possibilities, both in terms of numerical modelling and data analysis. This is particularly important nowadays, in the face of increasing actions on structures, and the focus of the public on resilience and sustainable developement.
An assessment of a structure might be realized and communicated in real time, based on monitoring data and Artifcial Intelligence-based data analysis methods. Based on this information, the best maintenance time and methods can be derived, particularly based on predictive strategies making it possible to derive predictive maintenance plans. Before and after maintenance activities, the performance of the infrastructure may be monitored by performance indicators, whose actual values may be communicated to the infrastructure owners and managers.
Therefore, the SEI Special Issue ‘Assessment/Maintenance/Performance’ invites Research and Development papers describing the development, testing and implementation of innovative assessment, maintenance and performance monitoring strategies, leveraging the possibilities of monitoring data and realizing best economical and budgetary practice.
SEI May 2024: Recent Structures and Research in Latin America
SEI August 2024: Special issue on ‘Forensic Engineering’
Submit an abstract by 30 April, 2023. Full paper by 15 June, 2023. Submit at: https://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/sei
The built infrastructure consists of increasingly complex structures which are, by nature, all prototypes. As technical products, failure of structures is possible, and gets even more likely with longer service life. However, failure of structures is relatively rare which is the basis of society’s trust in infrastructure. All cases of failure require careful analysis and assessment to provide a concise basis for litigation and to incorporate the findings in future risk mitigation strategies.
Another special aspect of Forensic Engineering are the strongly different practices and cultures worldwide. This leads to very different approaches to forensic investigations in different countries. However, recent cases of structural failure have clearly proven the increasing importance of sound forensic analysis in a world of aging infrastructure.
Therefore, the SEI Special Issue ‘Forensic Engineering’ invites Research and Development papers as well as Case Studies describing the analysis and assessment of structural failures, the use of the findings in risk mitigation, the corresponding influences on standardization and construction practices, and further subjects related to Forensic Engineering.
SEI November 2024: Recent Structures and Research
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|Ana Mandic Ivankovic||Croatia||Chair||2021||2025|
|Eva Lantsoght||Belgium||Vice Chair||2021||2025|
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