New Technologies in Construction and Rehabilitation
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New Technologies in Construction and Rehabilitation



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Construction and Rehabilitation Contents


  • Innovative Techniques for Bridge Deck Pavement Design and Construction A Long Life Pavement for Orthotropic Bridge Decks in China 
  • Optimization Design of Long-Span Steel Bridge Deck Pavement System 
  • An Innovative Rehabilitation Approach for the Bridge Deck Pavement 
  • Special Considerations and Analysis for the Bascule Bridge Pavement
  • Structure Mechanical Study on Overlay of the Tied Arch Concrete Bridge Deck
  • Project Design and Mechanical Analysis for Sutong Bridge Deck Pavement
  • Study on the Interface Treatment of Concrete Deck Pavement
  • Effects of Material Design Parameters on Mechanical States of Bridge Deck Pavement 
  • Mechanic Analysis of Bridge Reinforcement with Mesh and Steel Fiber Reinforced Concrete and Experimental Construction Technology 
  • New Composite Pavement System for Orthotropic Steel Bridge Decks
  • New Analysis Techniques and Materials for Portland Cement Concrete Pavement System Stress Analysis of Portland Cement Concrete Pavement Slab under Various Supporting Conditions
  • The Reliability Calculation Program and the Parameter Sensitivity Analysis of Airfield Cement Concrete Pavement
  • Initial Behavior of Thin-Bonded Continuously Reinforced Concrete Overlay (CRCO) on Aged Jointed Concrete Pavement
  • Physical Properties of Rapid-Setting Concrete Using Ultra Fine Fly Ash 
  • Repair of Longitudinal Joints and Cracks
  • Megan Stringer, David Whitney, and Moon Won Analysis on Criterion for Void Identifying under Cement Concrete Pavement Corner
  • Differential Settlement Control Criterion of Bridge-Approach on People-Vehicle-Road Interaction 
  • Deflection and Stress Analysis of Concrete Slab under Temperature and Axle Load Coupling 
  • Sensitivity Analysis of Transverse Cracking for Continuously Reinforced Concrete Pavement
  • Estimation of the Compressive Strength of Concrete Using Shear Wave Velocity
  • Performance of Continuously Reinforced Concrete Pavement Containing Recycled Concrete Aggregate

Preface to New Technologies in Construction and Rehabilitation


The GeoHunan Conference has come at an opportune moment for the bridge construction and concrete pavement areas.

In the concrete pavement area, the last few years have seen significant enhancements in design and construction methodologies.

In addition, the durability aspect of concrete pavement, which has been neglected for so many years, has finally started getting the attention it deserves.

Current concrete pavement design procedures have been criticized for the lack of accuracy and obscure definitions of input variables in the design procedures.

Papers submitted to this Conference reflect the efforts that researchers have made to address the deficiencies in the current concrete pavement design procedures. Since substantial portions of existing concrete pavement systems in some countries are approaching the end of their structural lives, rational methods for rehabilitation have become more important.

The durability aspect of concrete pavement is becoming more important in many countries as well since concrete pavements usually provide a much longer performance period than asphalt pavement, and quite often, durability is the limiting factor to concrete pavement performance.

Excellent papers were submitted in this area, which will help practitioners worldwide in improving the efficiency of their operations in rehabilitation designs and developing more durable concrete.

Bridges represent essential and important elements in the infrastructure system in any nation. Engineers have faced a number of issues related to optimum bridge designs and material selections, along with construction techniques.

Different bridge types, design methods, and construction techniques have been used in different parts of the world. Engineers should share their expertise and experience in this area so that better ideas and practices can be developed.

The papers submitted in this area represent substantial information that researchers and practitioners have developed and gathered over the years.

This information will undoubtedly enhance the state of knowledge in bridge design, materials selection, and construction techniques.

The editor wishes to thank the authors for their willingness to share valuable information with other professionals in this area and to spend their valuable time developing high-quality papers.

The editor also believes that the Proceedings will provide valuable resources for both researchers and practitioners and a reference for future research in this area.

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