To best serve current and future generations, infrastructure needs to be resilient to the changing world while using limited resources in a sustainable manner. Research on and funding towards sustainability and resilience are growing rapidly, and significant research is being carried out at a number of institutions and centers worldwide.
This handbook brings together current research on sustainable and resilient infrastructure and, in particular, stresses the fundamental nexus between sustainability and resilience. It aims to coalesce work from a large and diverse group of contributors across a wide range of disciplines including engineering, technology and informatics, urban planning, public policy, economics, and finance. Not only does it present a theoretical formulation of sustainability and resilience but it also demonstrates how these ideals can be realized in practice. This work will provide a reference text to students and scholars of a number of disciplines.
Table of Contents
Part I Introduction 1. Toward Sustainable and Resilient Physical Systems: Current State and Future Directions Paolo Gardoni Part II Situating and Motivating Sustainability and Resilience 2. Aligning Community Resilience and Sustainability Therese P. McAllister and Steven Moddemeyer 3. On Sustainability and Resilience of Engineered Systems Michael Havbro Faber 4. Resilience and Sustainability Goals for Communities and Quantification Metrics Jessica Boakye, Colleen Murphy and Paolo Gardoni 5. Structural Engineering Dilemmas, Resilient EPCOT, and other Perspectives on the Road to Engineering Resilience Michel Bruneau and Andrei M. Reinhorn 6. Performance-based Engineering to Achieve Community Resilience Bruce R. Ellingwood, Naiyu Wang, James Robert Harris and Therese P. McAllister Part III Resilience of Different Systems Buildings 7. Tornado Damage Modeling: Single Buildings, Communities, and Regions John W. van de Lindt, Hassan Masoomi, Navid Attary and Christine D Standohar-Alfano 8. Realizing Hurricane Resilient Communities through Distributed Computing Ahmed U. Abdelhady, Seymour M.J. Spence and Jason McCormick 9. Resilience Assessment of Community Building Portfolios Peihui Lin and Naiyu Wang 10. A Way Forward to Resilient Infrastructures against Earthquake-tsunami Multi-hazard Raffaele De Risi, Ario Muhammad and Katsuichiro Goda Transportation Infrastructure 11. Resilience Assessment of Transportation Networks Maria Nogal and Alan O’Connor 12. A Framework for Resilience Assessment of Highway Transportation Networks Navya Vishnu, Sabarethinam Kameshwar and Jamie E. Padgett 13. Physics-based Fragility Functions: Their Mathematical Formulation and Use in the Reliability and Resilience Analysis of Transportation Infrastructure Fabrizio Nocera, Armin Tabandeh, Roberto Guidotti, Jessica Boakye and Paolo Gardoni Electric and Power Infrastructure 14. Modeling the Time-varying Performance of Electrical Infrastructure During Post Disaster Recovery Using Tensors Neetesh Sharma and Paolo Gardoni Potable Water and Wastewater Infrastructure 15. A holistic framework to evaluate water availability for post-earthquake fire firefighting Negar Elhami Khorasani, Maxwell Coar, Amir Sarreshtehdari and Maria Garlock 16. Risk and Life Cycle Cost Based Asset Management Framework for Aging Water Supply System Solomon Tesfamariam, Golam Kabir and Rehan Sadiq 17. Resilience of Potable Water and Wastewater Networks Max Didier, Simona Esposito and Bozidar Stojadinovic 18. Population Dynamics and the Resiliency of Water and Wastewater Infrastructure Kasey M. Faust and Jessica A. Kaminsky Cyber Infrastructure 19. Cyber Threat on Critical Infrastructure: A Growing Concern for Decision Makers Omar Kammouh and Gian Paolo Cimellaro Part IV Sustainable Materials, Design and Construction 20. Low CO2 Cement for Sustainable Concrete Maria C.G. Juenger 21. The Need for Standardized Testing for Service Life Prediction of Reinforced Concrete: Ensuring Sustainable Systems David Trejo 22. The Long-term Ageing Trends of Asphalt Binders in Highway Pavements Yuhong Wang, Kecheng Zhao and Fangjin Li Part V Merging Sustainability and Resilience 23. Bridging the Gap between Sustainability and Resilience of Civil Infrastructure using Lifetime Resilience David Y. Yang and Dan M. Frangopol 24. Tradeoffs between Sustainable and Resilient Buildings Abbie B. Liel and Sarah J. Welsh-Huggins Part VI The Role of Dependencies/Interdependencies 25. The Role of Interdependencies in Infrastructure Modeling and Community Resilience Dorothy A. Reed and Shuoqi Wang 26. Probabilistic Modeling of Interdependencies for Resilient Infrastructure Systems Iris Tien 27. Modeling of Interdependent Critical Infrastructure for Regional Risk and Resilience Analysis Roberto Guidotti and Paolo Gardoni 28. Regional Resilience Analysis: A Multi-Scale Approach to Model the Recovery of Interdependent Infrastructure Neetesh Sharma, Armin Tabandeh and Paolo Gardoni Part VII The Role and Impact of Aging and Deterioration, and Life-cycle Analysis 29. Deterioration Models for Engineered Systems Javier Riascos-Ochoa and Mauricio Sánchez-Silva 30. Stochastic Life-Cycle Analysis and Performance Optimization of Deteriorating Engineering Systems using State-Dependent Deterioration Stochastic Models Gaofeng Jia and Paolo Gardoni Part VIII The Role and Impact of Climate Change 31. Infrastructure and Climate Change Mikhail Chester, Samuel Markolf, Andrew Fraser, Daniel Burillo, Emily Bondank, Yeowon Kim and Christopher Hoehne 32. Climate Change Impact on RC Structures Subjected to Chloride Ingress and Carbonation-Induced Corrosion Emilio Bastidas-Arteaga and Mark G. Stewart 33. Hazard-based Hurricane Loss Estimation Including Climate Change Impacts: Sea Surface Temperature Change David V. Rosowsky 34. A Physics-based Transportable Probabilistic Model for Climate Change Dependent Storm Surge Alessandro Contento, Hao Xu and Paolo Gardoni Part IX Smart Cities and the Role of Information and Communication
Paolo Gardoni is a Professor and Excellence Faculty Scholar in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. He is the founder and Editor-in-Chief of the international journal Sustainable and Resilient Infrastructure.
"The wellbeing of modern societies critically depends on the functioning of infrastructure systems. This book collects articles by well-known experts on sustainability and resilience of infrastructure systems in the face of natural hazards, including climate change, and aging. It is a must read for anyone researching or practicing in this field." — Armen Der Kiureghian, President, American University of Armenia and Taisei Professor of Civil Engineering Emeritus, University of California, USA
"This truly comprehensive compendium on theories and applications of resilience for the built environment is highly recommended for those seeking a comprehensive understanding of the issues rather than a simplified "how to" guide. Composed of more than 40 contributions from leading investigators in the field, it focuses on overall goals of resilience and sustainability, with applications to buildings and infrastructure systems. Material is often mathematically rigorous and conceptually enlightening." — Ross B. Corotis, Denver Business Challenge Professor of Engineering, University of Colorado, USA
"Edited by one of the leading scholars in the field, the Routledge Handbook of Sustainable and Resilient Infrastructure provides an authoritative and comprehensive overview of the state-of-the-art. Essential reading for both professionals, students, and scholars working on the nexus between sustainability and resilience." — Neelke Doorn, Professor Ethics of Water Engineering, Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands
"As the design of sustainable and resilient infrastructure has emerged as a research stream of profound importance to humanity, it is timely that Gardoni provides an exemplary and authoritative handbook of great topical scope and rich conceptual depth. Undoubtedly, this comprehensive contribution would serve as an essential reference for scholars and practitioners concerned with this subject matter." — Mahesh Pandey, Professor and Industrial Research Chair, University of Waterloo, Canada
"A rich compendium of articles ranging from engineering to social, economic and financial issues, this handbook provides one of the first comprehensive treatments of the theory, formulations and approaches for implementation of how communities can become sustainable and resilient. Moreover, articles in the book examine the planning and public policies that can enable communities to achieve a higher level of sustainability and resilience. The book is extremely valuable and possibly the "go-to" reference for researchers, educators, practitioners, urban planners and policy makers." — Anne S. Kiremidjian, Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Stanford University, USA
"In recent decades, we have observed rapid growth of research interest and activities in sustainable and resilient infrastructures. This handbook provides a timely portrait of state-of-the-art research in a variety of related disciplines to help researchers and practitioners create dependable roadmaps for collaborative efforts toward sustainable and resilient urban communities." — Junho Song, Professor, Seoul National University, Korea
"Sustainability and resilience of infrastructure systems is an important field of research and practice in engineering. The book is a collection of the most important contributions by renowned authors in the field." — Alfredo H-S. Ang, Research Professor, University of California, USA
"Resilience and sustainability of cities is one of the Sustainable Development Goals of the United Nations Development Program. This book aims to achieving this goal systematically." — Yozo Fujino, Distinguished Professor Institute of Advanced Sciences, Yokohama National University, Japan