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This complimentary special issue includes 26 papers, that have been through a rigorous peer-review, which discuss materials used in sustainable civil infrastructure. The materials covered in this publication include asphalt, concrete, soils, and steel.
These papers tackle three dimensional discrete element modeling of crack development, intelligent compaction, oscillation testing, and characteristics of asphalt with recycled materials.
These papers deal with cracking and sustainability of fiber reinforced concrete, seismic behavior of reinforced concrete, cement fracturing, recycled concrete aggregate in drainage systems, polymer concrete, concrete pavements, and roller compacted concrete.
These papers on soils, foundations, and stabilization cover innovative topics such as caisson behavior during sinking, use of reservoir siltation for backfill applications, bearing capacity application by seismic methods, lime stabilization of expansive soils, fly ash stabilization, properties of unsaturated soils, field versus laboratory stiffness of soils using surface waves, and ground vibration of clay soils.
The papers evaluate long multi-span girders during incremental launching is presented in the publication.
Other topics include
cracking and sustainability of fiber reinforced concrete
seismic behavior of reinforced concrete
recycled concrete aggregate in drainage systems
roller compacted concrete
caisson behavior during sinking
reservoir siltation for backfill applications
bearing capacity application by seismic methods
lime stabilization of expansive soils
fly ash stabilization
properties of unsaturated soils
field versus laboratory stiffness of soils using surface waves
ground vibration of clay soils
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