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Design Concept for Precast and Prestressed Concrete Structural Components
Presented by: Tomohiro Miki, Kobe University
ACI/JCI – 6th Joint Seminar - Advancing the Design of Concrete Structures - Component Design Advancements (ACI Spring 2023, San Francisco, CA) In Japan Concrete Institute, Technical Committee on “Design Concept for Precast and Prestressed Concrete Structural Components including Connections” was organized with a chair of Dr. Miki, in 2019/2020. This technical committee conducts a literature survey for the domestic and international design codes and discusses the performance-based design for precast and prestressed/non-prestressed concrete structural components including connections. Issues in the application of these precast concrete components are analyzed based on a case study of practical examples including bridges, buildings, football stadiums, and transportation warehouses. The presentation includes the practical investigations and discussion on the future direction of structural application for the precast prestressed concrete components to the buildings and bridges.
October 9 - 15
Sustainable Pavements Community of Practice: Lessons Learned from Stakeholder Engagement and Education on the Sustainable Pavements Program
Presented by: Milena Rangelov, Federal Highway Administration- NRC
Best Practices for Incorporating Sustainability in Concrete Education (ACI Spring 2023, San Francisco, CA) As sustainability is emerging as a topic of interest across the board, there is an urgent need to expedite the associated education. For over a decade, Sustainable Pavements Program in FHWA served as a hub to advance and propel the knowledge of sustainability in infrastructure through stakeholder engagement, education, and development of relevant tools and resources. This presentation summarizes the lessons learned from the Sustainable Pavements Program's efforts to create a community of practice through research, webinars, courses, an ambassador’s program, and other initiatives. These efforts resulted in multiple recognitions and successful projects, including the nationally recognized Climate Challenge initiative, major policy developments, and the advancement of the sustainability goals of the Biden-Harris Administration. Stakeholder education played a key role in these initiatives and is therefore highlighted in this presentation such that the lessons can be transferred into other domains.
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