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Special Session on TRUSS in Portoroz (ESREL 2017)

Portoroz (Slovenia), 18-22 Jun 2017
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TRUSS researchers participated at the Symposium titled “TRUSS, A Marie Skłodowska-Curie Innovative Training Network in Structural Safety”, held as part of the 27th edition of the ESREL (European Safety and Reliability) conference series in Portoroz (Slovenia) from 18th to 22nd June 2017. TRUSS was featured in Room Europa D of Grand Hotel Bernardin on Tuesday from 15:40 to 17:20 and on Wednesday from 14:00 to 17:40.

About 700 professionals were registered to the conference. More than 640 abstracts were submitted to ESREL 2017, which were followed by more than 480 papers. Following review by the technical programme committee consisting of 122 members, 455 papers were selected for publication and presentation at the conference. Amongst them, the following papers were selected to be presented by ESRs within the TRUSS symposium:

  • “Reliability-based inspection planning in view of both crack initiation and propagation” by G. Zou (ESR5), K. Banisoleiman and A. Gonzalez. Download presentation pdf-trans-30w  -> Read more

Guang Zou (ESR5)

  • “A Bayesian Belief Network approach for railway bridge condition monitoring and fault detection” by M. Vagnoli (ESR9), R. Remenyte-Prescott and J. Andrews. Download presentation pdf-trans-30w  -> Read more

Matteo Vagnoli (ESR9)

  • UPC – Barcelona Tech experience on the use of Rayleigh based distributed optical fiber sensors for SHM of concrete structures” by A. Barrias (ESR11), J.R. Casas, S. Villalba and G. Rodriguez. Download presentation pdf-trans-30w  -> Read more

Antonio Barrias (ESR11)

Federico Perrotta (ESR13)

Daniel Martinez Otero (ESR12)

  • “Evaluation of Hilbert-Huang transformation of transient signals for bridge condition assessment” by J. Moughty (ESR10) and J.R. Casas. Download presentation pdf-trans-30w  -> Read more

JJ Moughty (ESR10)

  • “Comparative study on Bayesian updating of bridge safety model” by B. Heitner (ESR8), E.J. OBrien, F. Schoefs, T. Yalamas and C. Leahy. Download presentation pdf-trans-30w  -> Read more

Barbara Heitner (ESR8)

  • “Field characterization of location-specific dynamic amplification factors towards fatigue calculations in ship unloaders” by G. Milana (ESR6), K. Banisoleiman and A. Gonzalez. Download presentation pdf-trans-30w -> Read more

Giulia Milana (ESR6)

  • “Reliability assessment of braided BFRP reinforcement for concrete structures” by S. Antonopoulou (ESR1) and C. McNally. Download presentation pdf-trans-30w  -> Read more

Sofia Antonopoulou (ESR1)

  • “Structural probabilistic assessment of offshore wind turbine operation based on Kriging response interpolation” by R. Teixeira (ESR4), A. O’Connor, M. Nogal, J. Nichols and M. Spring. Download presentation pdf-trans-30w -> Read more

Rui Teixeira (ESR4)

  • “Tracking deflection in the field using optical system: a case study” by Y. Xu, F. Huseynov (ESR7), J.M.W. Brownjohn, E.J. OBrien and D. Hester. Download presentation pdf-trans-30w -> Read more
  • “The effect of angles and distance on image-based three-dimensional reconstructions” by S. Chen (ESR14), D.F. Laefer, J. Byrne and A.S. Natanzi. Download presentation pdf-trans-30w -> Read more

Siyuan Chen (ESR14)

Shah Nur Alam Sourav (ESR2)

  • “Sensitivity analysis of a finite element model for the seismic analysis of free-standing spent fuel racks” by A. Gonzalez Merino (ESR3), L. Costas and A. Gonzalez. Download presentation pdf-trans-30w -> Read more

Alberto Gonzalez Merino (ESR3)

The TRUSS symposium was chaired by the project coordinator, Arturo Gonzalez. Each presentation was allocated 15 minutes, with an additional 5 minutes for discussion. Other TRUSS researchers at the symposium included Luis Costas from Equipos Nucleares (ESR3 supervisor), Maria Nogal from Trinity College Dublin (ESR4 co-supervisor), Frank Schoefs from Universite de Nantes (ESR8 co-supervisor), Rasa Remenyte-Prescott and John Andrews from University of Nottingham (ESR9 supervisors), Joan Ramon Casas from University Politecnica Catalunya (ESR10 and ESR11 supervisor) and Eugene OBrien from University College Dublin (ESR7, ESR8 and ESR12 supervisor).

Safety and Reliability – Theory and Applications is a book edited by Marko Cepin and Radim Bris that contains the contributions presented at the 27th European Safety and Reliability Conference (ESREL 2017, Portorož, Slovenia, June 18-22, 2017). It can be purchased at https://www.crcpress.com/ESREL-2017-Portoroz-Slovenia-18-22-June-2017/Cepin-Bris/p/book/9781138629370

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