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Condition states of civil infrastructure such as pavements and bridges are usually indexed on discrete scales. Historical condition data is modelled using Markov chain to estimate transition probabilities from one condition state to another, the rate of change and the time spent in any given...
Durable, location independent, environmental-friendly sources of energy which allow for modular, few moving parts, low operating noise, high electricity generation efficiency and compact technology are highly desirable. Solid oxide fuel cells (SOFCs) are promising for such energy system...
Water distribution systems enable social and economic development and sustain people quality of life. However, these systems face significant performance challenges including ageing, natural disruptive events, and man-made disruptions. Physical protection of networked infrastructure distributed...
Urban society relies heavily on critical infrastructure (CI) such as power and water systems. The anticipated prosperity and the national security of society depend on the ability to understand, measure and analyse the vulnerabilities and interdependencies of this system of infrastructures. Only...
The increase in the use of ICT in critical infrastructures has meant that dependence on automation and control systems has brought new risk in an increasingly digital age. The increase in digitisation and interconnectivity has meant that cyber-attacks have the potential to bring operations to a...
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