Continually increasing demands on infrastructures mean that maintenance and renewal require timely, appropriate action that maximizes benefits while minimizing cost. To be as well informed as possible, decision-makers must have an optimal understanding of an infrastructure's condition-what it is now, and what it is expected to be in the future. Wri

chapter 1|40 pages


chapter 3|52 pages

Lives and Deaths of Infrastructure

chapter 4|42 pages

Theories and Principles of IHCE

chapter 5|106 pages

Sensors and Infrastructure Health

chapter 6|92 pages

Structural Identi‘cation (STRID)

chapter 7|122 pages

Damage Identi‘cation (DMID)

chapter 8|88 pages

Decision Making in IHCE