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Special Edition (Translation of
Feature Article of JSCE Magazine, Vol. 102, No. 10)
aim of this issue is to broadly share knowledge on the tremendous R&D
efforts being made towards practical application of new and advanced
technologies in the field of maintenance, renovation and infrastructure
management in Japan. The JSCE Concrete Committee hopes that
international readers will find the contents of this special edition
Newsletter to be interesting and beneficial for their research and work. In the No.53, the translation articles in the
topic regarding technical fields of the SIP Infrastructure Project is
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We need to understand innovative technologies correctly and clarify the
issues facing their introduction in maintenance activities. One of the
chief objective of this Special Edition is to organize and introduce
this information, and promote understanding of readers by translating
the Feature Article of JSCE magazine.
This article describes the changes that technologies can bring to
inspection practices and mentions current challenges which need to be
addressed for the diffusion and widespread adoption of these
This article describes the investigation contents of the mechanisms of
structural deterioration due to salt damage and of the R&D on damage
detection technologies and long-life materials.
This article describes the strategic technology of setting up a portal
site for inspection and diagnosis based on the PDCA cycle for individual
This article focuses on international promotion activities under a
project in which the authors are participating, which is a comprehensive
study for development of the road infrastructure management cycle and
its domestic and overseas implementation.
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