Bridge Safety, Maintenance, Management, Life-Cycle, Resilience and Sustainability contains lectures and papers presented at the Eleventh International Conference on Bridge Maintenance, Safety and Management (IABMAS 2022, Barcelona, Spain, 11–15 July, 2022). This e-book contains the full papers of 322 contributions presented at IABMAS 2022, including the T.Y. Lin Lecture, 4 Keynote Lectures, and 317 technical papers from 36 countries all around the world.

The contributions deal with the state-of-the-art as well as emerging concepts and innovative applications related to the main aspects of safety, maintenance, management, life-cycle, resilience, sustainability and technological innovations of bridges. Major topics include: advanced bridge design, construction and maintenance approaches, safety, reliability and risk evaluation, life-cycle management, life-cycle, resilience, sustainability, standardization, analytical models, bridge management systems, service life prediction, structural health monitoring, non-destructive testing and field testing, robustness and redundancy, durability enhancement, repair and rehabilitation, fatigue and corrosion, extreme loads, needs of bridge owners, whole life costing and investment for the future, financial planning and application of information and computer technology, big data analysis and artificial intelligence for bridges, among others.

This volume provides both an up-to-date overview of the field of bridge engineering and significant contributions to the process of making more rational decisions on bridge safety, maintenance, management, life-cycle, resilience and sustainability of bridges for the purpose of enhancing the welfare of society. The volume serves as a valuable reference to all concerned with and/or involved in bridge structure and infrastructure systems, including students, researchers and practitioners from all areas of bridge engineering.

part |19 pages

T.Y. Lin Lecture

part |54 pages

Mini-Symposia MS01: Life-cycle redundancy, robustness and resilience of bridges and infrastructure networks under multiple hazards Organizers: F. Biondini & D.M. Frangopol

part |55 pages

MS02: Risk, vulnerability and resilience assessment of highway systems to extreme events Organizers: A.T. Beck, G.H. Siqueira & L.C.M. Vieira

part |116 pages

MS03: Life-cycle performance assessment of existing bridges in an aggressive environment Organizers: M. Akiyama, D.M. Frangopol & H. Matsuzaki

part |140 pages

MS04: Novel techniques regarding the assessment and monitoring of bridges Organizers: A. Strauss & D.M. Frangopol

part |137 pages

MS05: Assessment of existing infrastructure assisted by field data Organizers: E. Lantsoght, Y.Y. Yang & S. Alampalli

part |42 pages

MS06: Strengthening of existing bridges Organizers: A. Ochirdorj & T.-O. Makhbal

part |28 pages

MS07: Design of bridge components considering the impact of micromovements of flexible structures Organizer: S. Hoffmann

part |66 pages

MS08: Footbridges: advances in vibration serviceability assessment Organizers: C. Caprani & F. Tubino

part |79 pages

MS09: Rehabilitation and service life extension of historic railways bridges Organizers: P.G. Malerba, F. Bontempi, E. Lizzori, M. Vaccarezza, D. Corti & Akron S.r.l.

part |84 pages

MS10: Emerging digital technologies toward resilient and sustainable bridges Organizers: S.A. Mitoulis, M. Pregnolato, S.A. Argyroudis & M.P. Limongelli

part |52 pages

MS11: Bridge loading – measurement and modelling Organizers: C. Caprani, A. Nowak, E. Obrien & X. Ruan

part |49 pages

MS12: Realization of intelligent bridge with smart monitoring system Organizers: A. Miyamoto, A. Yabe, L. Fulop & T. Tirkkonen

part |108 pages

MS13: Advances in bridge monitoring strategies: novel technologies and information fusionOrganizers: C.-W. Kim, Y. Zhang, M.M. Alamdari & P.J. McGetrick

part |99 pages

MS14: The submerged floating tunnel, a smart infrastructure for waterway crossing Organizers: Y. Xiang, H.K. Lee, B. Faggiano, R. Landolfo & L. Martinelli

part |59 pages

MS15: Innovative solution of classic problems in bridge design, construction and maintenance with artificial intelligence Organizers: A. Chen & X. Ruan

part |39 pages

Special Sessions SS01: Bridge weigh-in-motion: technology developments and applications for maintenance Organizer: D. Cantero

part |80 pages

SS02: Small and medium span bridges and culverts: analysis, evaluation, durability, and rehabilitation Organizers: D. Beben, H. Sezen, J. Vaslestad & T. Maleska

part |43 pages

SS03: Life-cycle performance safety, reliability, and risk of bridges and infrastructure systems under climate change Organizers: F. Biondini, Z. Lounis & M. Ghosn

part |27 pages

SS04: Vibration-based monitoring and damage identification for bridges Organizers: M.P. Limongelli & N. Catbas

part |74 pages

SS05: Design, construction and evaluation of steel/FRP & concrete composite bridge structures Organizers: H. Xin, X. Xu, R. Liu & J. He

part |70 pages

SS07: Intelligent monitoring and maintenance of bridges Organizers: A. Alani, M. Mahmoodian, A. Khaloo, S. Setunge & K. Zhang

part |38 pages

SS08: Recent advances in bridge design and constructionOrganizers: U. Attanayake, H. Aktan, B.A. Graybeal, M.J. Chynoweth & M. LaViolette

part |56 pages

SS09: Steel bridge rehabilitationOrganizer: M. Sakano

part |35 pages

SS10: Data-driven asset management – the Scandinavian way

part |41 pages

SS12: BRIDGE|50 Research project: Experimental testing on a 50-year-old PC bridge Organizers: F. Biondini, F. Tondolo, S. Manto & C. Beltrami

part |59 pages

SS13: Risk-based prioritization and monitoring of bridges for road infrastructure management in Lombardy region, Italy Organizers: F. Biondini, M.P. Limongelli, C. Gentile & M. Belloli

part |38 pages

SS14: Approaches to bridge management / bridge management systems in response to today's challenges Organizers: R.M. Ellis, P. Thompson & R. Hajdin

part |58 pages

GENERAL SESSIONS General Session 1: Long-span bridges

part |72 pages

General Session 2: Inspection and monitoring

part |287 pages

General Session 3: Evaluation and assessment

part |131 pages

General Session 4: Service life and maintenance

part |134 pages

General Session 5: Repair and Strengthening