Modeling deterioration and managing failure risk of buried critical infrastructure

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TypeBook Chapter
Proceedings titleNATO Science for Peace and Security Series, D: Information and Communication Security
ConferenceProceedings of the NATO Advanced Research Workshop on Computational Models of Risks to Infrastructure: 09 May 2006, Primosten, Croatia
Series numberVolume13
Pages294306; # of pages: 13
Subjectlarge-diameter pipes, deterioration modeling, condition rating, fuzzy sets, fuzzy Markov, failure risk, inspection scheduling, residual life, renewal strategies
AbstractThe lack of sufficient historical data on the deterioration of buried critical infrastructure such as large-diameter transmission water mains and trunk sewers is an obstacle to formulating an effective strategy for managing its failure risk. These historical data are required to model rates of deterioration in order to anticipate and prevent future failures without resorting to frequent inspections that are both very costly and disruptive.
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PublisherIOS Press
AffiliationNRC Institute for Research in Construction; National Research Council Canada
Peer reviewedNo
NRC number49705
NPARC number20377362
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