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Tumblr The majority of our research activities result in best practice publications, many of which have been adopted as the standard for excellence in their respective areas. The following civil and infrastructure publications include sustainable whole-life infrastructure asset design and management, and technical guidance on the management of key assets such as bridges, tunnels, embankments, dams, culverts and reservoirs.
Whole-life infrastructure asset management across industries Phase 2 C R Hooper, R Armitage, A Gallagher and T Osorio This guide provides a focus on the strategic and tactical aspects of asset management, including setting asset management policy and strategy, and developing and adopting asset management plans. Transport infrastructure drainage: condition appraisal and remedial treatment C T Spink, I Duncan, A Lawrence and A Todd This publication provides guidelines on good practice for the condition appraisal, maintenance and remedial treatment of transportation infrastructure drainage, as well as advice on issues such as inspection, investigation and monitoring, asset management, health and safety and environmental issues.
G Long, M Smith, M Mawdesley and A Taha This guidance contains promising new methods of quantitative assessment that are relevant to flood defence asset management. Culvert design and operation guide C It adopts a whole-life approach to the design and operation of culverts, with a focus on asset management, reflecting the significant changes that have occurred in the business of asset management over the past 10 to 15 years.
Drystone retaining walls and their modifications: condition appraisal and remedial treatment C The process involved and the basic information needed in achieving this desirable state of affairs is the subject of this guide. Tunnels: inspection, assessment and maintenance C L McKibbins, R Elmers and K Roberts This guide provides guidance on the management, condition appraisal, maintenance and repair of the structural elements of existing infrastructure tunnels, focusing primarily on older infrastructure and certain tunnel types.
Iron and steel bridges: condition appraisal and remedial treatment C G P Tilly, S J Matthews, D Deacon, J De Voy and P A Jackson This guidance is aimed to meet the requirements of those with a general knowledge of bridge engineering and asset management and who need further information about the performances and specific requirements of iron and steel bridges.
Intelligent monitoring of concrete structures C N R Buenfeld, R Davies, A Karimi and A Gilbertson Intelligent monitoring is automated monitoring that provides explicit information on current condition and deterioration rates to assist in predicting the remaining life of a component or structure. Masonry arch bridges: condition appraisal and remedial treatment C T Chapman, S Anderson and J Windle This guide sets out the background and provides guidance on the key issues for foundation reuse.
These new EU Standards have now advanced to a stage that warrants serious preparation for their implementation and the consequences of withdrawal of corresponding national documents. Soil nailing — best practice guidance C A Phear, C Dew, B Ozsoy, N J Wharmby, J Judge and A D Barley Based on a detailed review of published literature, consultation with industry experts and practitioners, case studies, and existing codes and standards, this guide sets out best practice for soil nailing.
J Perry updater , M Pedley and M Reid This updated second edition presents vital information for infrastructure owners, designers, contractors and maintenance managers. Infrastructure cuttings — condition appraisal and remedial treatment C J Perry, M Pedley and K Brady This guide addresses technical issues in design, repair and maintenance, and is published as an enabling document to promote the managerial and engineering requirements of infrastructure cuttings.
Engineering in the Lambeth Group C Engineering in chalk C J A Lord, C R I Clayton and R N Mortimore Based on analysis of the results of pile testing, the book makes recommendations for the design and choice of bored, CFA, driven cast-in-place and pre-formed piles in chalk and for estimating shaft and base resistances.
Manual on scour at bridges and other hydraulic structures C R May, J Ackers and A Kirby This manual considers scour processes, estimating and assessing scour, protective measures, monitoring, environmental factors, risk assessments, and cost and benefit analyses.
PUB C637 Soil nailing - best practice guidance
Voodooll This research was conducted primarily at the University of Davis by Bang et al. Creep displacements and the force distribution changes in the nails caused by creep effects were observed. Soil crack generation may occur more than once, resulting in several sudden decrease-increase changes as shown in Figures 5. Soil nailing has been found to be the most cost-effective method for larger projects that require considerable excavation using conventional methods FHWA As introduced in Section 3. C already recently rated this item. The mechanical interlocking between the cement grout sleeve and the ground provides a significant portion of the bond strength.
This leaflet has detailed guidance for the owners of plants serving domestic households. Part two of three leaflets on septic tanks. This free leaflet provides information to help you determine the best available methods for the disposal of domestic sewage on-site. BRE and CIRIA have developed the following set of complementary biodiversity indicators that allow the impact of construction projects on biodiversity to be measured: 1. Impact on biodiversity: product; 2. This document contains guidance on sustainable practices in managing volumes of radiologically clean and slightly radioactive wastes and has been produced following extensive involvement of stakeholders. This document is a simple guide to checking whether the water consumption of an office is high or low compared to the average.