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Gewählte Master / Diploma Thesis:

Konrad Ciempiel (2019): Performance basierte Bewertung von bestehenden Infrastrukturanlagen.
Master / Diploma Thesis - Institut für Konstruktiver Ingenieurbau (IKI), BOKU-Universität für Bodenkultur, pp 127. UB BOKU obvsg FullText

Data Source: ZID Abstracts
Abstract The COST Action TU 1406 project was launched in the field of existing infrastructure facilities, especially road bridges, in accordance with a uniform directive of a generally applicable quality management system for Europe. The stated aim of this project concept is to bring the large variation differences that do exist among the countries with respect to decision-making and maintenance measures to a common European standard and to develop generally applicable guidelines for quality control plans. The concept of this work was developed in the course of this project. For this reason, within the scope of the current project, initial surveys were designed which should help to show the procedure regarding the homogenized performance indicators and the procedure, the evaluation schema for the key performance indicators on the basis of existing road bridges. The individual work sections in this thesis are a reference point for the development of the standardized directive for the elaboration of quality control plans for road bridges and will be explained step by step. After the basic work on this topic has been processed, the documentation and assessment of the collected results from the survey is carried out in the main part of this work. Based on the analyses of this research work, an evaluation scheme was established by carrying out an assessment of the condition of existing road bridges, mainly reinforced concrete bridges. In addition, the individual evaluation criteria for bridge constructions and the performance indicators were included as a basis for evaluation. The results and approaches of the various working groups, the so-called WG 1, 2 and 3, were combined and presented in a subsequent discussion and interpretation. This work shows the key contents as well as the approach of the working groups and then compares the outcomes.

Beurteilende(r): Strauss Alfred

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