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Restoration models of flood resilient bridges: survey data

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The purpose of this survey is to define the restoration tasks after hydraulic-induced damage and/or loss of functionality of bridges. This includes the duration and sequence of restoration tasks, idle times, cost, and traffic/functionality loss for specified damage levels of given bridge components. The potential use of this data is the generation of sets of restoration and reinstatements functions for quantifying the resilience of bridges exposed to hydraulic hazards, i.e. scour, debris accumulation and hydraulic forces (Mitoulis et al. 2021). The data are expected to inform boroughs, county councils, road and rail owners and stakeholders by providing valuable information for managing efficiently their assets prior and after catastrophic events on the basis of resilience. The survey was based on a questionnaire answered by experts on bridge and infrastructure engineering.

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  • Restoration models of flood resilient bridges: survey data
  • Publication date 2021
  • Author(s) Mitoulis, Stergios Aristoteles; Argyroudis, Sotirios A.
  • Number of pages 4 p.
  • ISBN/ISSN 10.1016/j.dib.2021.107088 (DOI)

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