IABSE Colloquium

1st IABSE Young Engineers Colloquium in East Asia, 24th October 2018, Shanghai, China

IABSE Young Engineers Colloquium in East Asia

Final Program

2018-10-09

1. Organizers

Organized by:        The Chinese Group of IABSE

                        The Japanese Group of IABSE

                        The Korean Group of IABSE

                        Tongji University

                        State Key Lab for Disaster Reduction in Civil Engineering

2. Dates and Venue

October 24 (Wed) and 25 (Thu), 2018

Lecture Hall (1st Floor), Bridge Building, Tongji University

1239 Siping Rd., Shanghai 200092, China

3. Background

This IABSE Young Engineers Colloquium from East Asia (China, Japan and Korea) offers young engineers the opportunity to present interesting researches, projects or construction practice to an audience of fellow structural engineers and researchers. A prominent specialist on structural engineering will make a keynote lecture. Technical tours will be arranged in Shanghai.

4. Program

Keynote Lecture (Oct. 24, Wed.):

 Mr. Naeem Ullah Hussain, Director/Global Bridge Leader, Ove Arup & Partners Hong Kong Ltd.

Technical Sessions (Oct. 24, Wed.):

 A total of 22 presentations of research papers and technical reports of construction project.

Technical Tour (Oct. 25, Thu.):

 A half-day visit to four places of interests in Shanghai: Wind Tunnel Lab of SLDRCE, Tongji University Museum, The Bund, and Boat Tour for bridges over Huangpu River.

5. Organizing Committee

 Co-Chairs:     Yaojun Ge, Tongji University, China

                        Yozo Fujino,Yokohama National University, Japan

                        Ho-Kyung Kim, Seoul National University, Korea

 Secretory:      Ye Xia, Tongji University, China

 Members:       Eui-Seung Hwang, Kyung Hee University, Korea

                        Hiroshi Katsuchi,Yokohama National University,Japan

                        Hyun-Moo Koh, Seoul National University, Korea

                        Shunichi Nakamura, Tokai University, Japan

                        Yoshiaki Okui, Saitama University, Japan

                        James Shin, Cable Bridge Co. Ltd, Korea

                        Limin Sun, Tongji University, China

                        Dong Xu, Tongji University, China

6. Schedule Overview

Time

Technical   Program

October 24 (Wed)

Sessions

08:30-8:45

Opening Ceremony

08:45-9:45

Keynote Lecture

09:45-10:15

Coffee Break, Group Photo

10:15-11:55

Technical Sessions (Part I)

11:55-13:30

Lunch at Sanhao Dock

13:30-15:00

Technical Sessions (Part II)

15:00-15:30

Coffee Break

15:30-17:00

Technical Sessions (Part III)

17:00-17:30

Walk to Jinjiang Metropolo Hotel (15thFloor)

17:30-19:30

Closing Ceremony, Awarding Ceremony, Dinner

October 25 (Thurs)

08:30-13:00

Technical Tour



7. Best Paper Award

Presentations will be evaluated and the best 3 speakers will be granted the Outstanding Young Engineer Best Paper Award with 2000RMB reward for each.

8. Registration and Contacts

Young engineers in any country can make presentations. Not only young engineers but also senior engineers can participate in this colloquium and are welcome for discussions and giving advice to young engineers. Please register by e-mail at iabse-jpn@jssc.or.jp (Japan) or kibse@kibse.or.kr (Korea) or yxia@tongji.edu.cn (China and other countries).

Registration fee for Colloquium: 500 RMB.

Official websitehttp://shmc.tongji.edu.cn/iabse

Contacts

Mr. Yixian Li, Program & Technical Tour, Tel: 86+17317801842, yixian_li9504@163.com

Ms. Yan Wu, Registration & Invoice, Tel: +86-21-65980952, bridge-SHM@tongji.edu.cn

Dr. Ye Xia, General Affairs, Tel: +86-21-65985130, yxia@tongji.edu.cn

The template of paper is in the bottom of the webpage.

Transportation

From Airport to Kingswell Hotel

[1]. From Hongqiao Airport, take Metro Line 10, to Tongji University Station, Exit 1. Walk to the hotel. 50 minutes. 5 RMB.

[2]. From Purdong Airport, take Metro Line 2, to East Nanjing Road Station. Transfer Line 10 to Tongji University Station, Exit 1. 80 minutes. 7 RMB.

[3]. Taxi. Show taxi driver the address: Kingswell Hotel同济君禧大酒店,杨浦区彰武路50. 40 minutes & 100 RMB from Hongqiao Airport. 50 minutes & 170 RMB from Pudong Airport.

From Airport to Jinjiang Metropolo Hotel

[1]. From Hongqiao Airport, take Metro Line 10, to Tongji University Station, Exit 5. Walk to the hotel. 50 minutes. 5 RMB.

[2]. From Purdong Airport, take Metro Line 2, to East Nanjing Road Station. Transfer Line 10 to Tongji University Station, Exit 5. 80 minutes. 7 RMB.

[3]. Taxi. Show taxi driver the address: Jinjiang Metropolo Hotel上海锦江白玉兰宾馆,杨浦区四平路1251. 40 minutes & 100 RMB from Hongqiao Airport. 50 minutes & 170 RMB from Pudong Airport.

From Hotels to the Venue

[1]. By walk according to the Campus map below. 15 min.

Fig. 1 Campus map

Accommodation

[1]. Kingswell Hotel, 4-Star, RMB500/night (Twin) or RMB588/night (Double), with Breakfast.

[2]. Jinjiang Metropolo Hotel, 3-Star, RMB480/night (Twin/Double), with Breakfast.

Weather at Shanghai

October 23

20~25℃

October 24

18~23℃

October 25

15~20℃

Detailed Technical Program

08:30-08:45

Opening Ceremony

Lecture Hall Bridge Building

08:45-09:45

Keynote Lecture

Form and Function in Design of Bridges

Naeem Ullah Hussain

ARUP

09:45-10:15

Coffee Break, Group Photo

10:15-11:55

    Technical Sessions (Part I)

Chair

Yoshiaki   Okui

Field investigation of damaged bridges   in 2016 Kumamoto Earthquake

Shuichi

Fujikura

Utsunomiya

University

Evaluation of ERW pipe structural   performance considering manufacturing process

Seong-Wook

Han

Seoul   National

University

Long term assessment and design of   steel bridge -a copula approach

Yi Zhang

Tsinghua

University

Structural design of the New National   Stadium in Japan

Takahiro

Kanno

Taisei

Corperation

Construction of the stayed cable   bridge, Samdo Bridge

Dong-Hyun

Kim

COWI   Korea

Design and construction of   China-Maldives Friendship Bridge

Xinpeng You

Second   Hurbor

Engineering

Company   LTD.

Structural characteristics of   multi-span cable-stayed bridges with hybrid towers

Yutaka

Okamoto

Kawada   Industry

Corporation

Control of vortex-induced vibration of   long-span bridges by using the Tuned Mass Damper Inerter

Kun Xu

Beijing   University

of   Technology

11:55-13:30

Lunch at Sanhao Dock

13:30-15:00

    Technical   Sessions (Part II)

Chair

Limin   Sun

Seismic retrofitting of rectangular bridge piers using Ultra-High Performance Fiber   Reinforced Concrete jacket

Teng Tong

Southeast University

Technical report of long span pedestrian suspension bridge in Korea

Jeong-Kyoon An

CableBridge

Co., Ltd.

Impact resistant behavior of steel fiber reinforced PFC beam strengthened with AFRP   sheet

Yusuke Kurihashi

Muroran Institute

of Technology

Vibration testing and damping identification of a long-span suspended footbridge

Doyun Hwang

Seoul National

University

Experimental study of wave slamming loads on elevated pile cap of pile group foundation   for sea-crossing bridges

Kai Wei

Southwest

Jiaotong   University

Push-out tests of perfobond strip with steel fiber reinforced mortar

Minh Hai Nguyen

Utsunomiya

University

Experimental study on cable force measurement by cable frequency method

Yiqing Zou

OVM Technology

Center

15:00-15:30

Coffee Break

15:30-17:00

    Technical   Sessions (Part III)

Chair

Ho-Kyung   Kim

Reliability-based fatigue life evaluation of deteriorated steel structural members

Lee-Sak An

Seoul National

University

Simulation of flow over complex terrain by coupling of WRF and LES

Haotian Dong

Tongji

University

Basic study on torsional behavior of the box girder bridges subjected to thermal   history due to fire

Yusuke Takahashi

Osaka Institute of

Technology

Training general bridge damage detection deep net using inspection data base

Ji Dang

Saitama

University

Numerical simulation of mechanical behavior of post-tension prestressed concrete beam   with various bond condition of PC bar

Kenta Takeda

Nagoya Institute

of Technology

The development technology of component-oriented analysis software for the bridge   structure

Zilong Zhang

Tonghao Civil

Engineering

Consulting Co.Ltd.

Fracture Mechanics Based Fatigue Life Prediction Method for RC Slabs in a Punching   Shear Failure Mode

Pengru Deng

Hokkaido

University

NOTE: 10 min for each presentation followed by 20min Q&A in the end of each technical session.


Technical Tour


October 25

Technical Tour

08:30

Gather at the Bridge Building

08:30-09:00

Visiting Wind Tunnel Laboratory [1]

09:00-09:15

Walking to Tongji University Museum

09:15-10:00

Visiting Tongji University Museum [2]

10:00-10:30

Taking Metro to the Bund [3]

10:30-11:00

Walking the Bund to the wharf

11:00-12:00

Sightseeing Boat Tour [4] *

12:00-12:30

Come Back to Tongji University by Metro Line 10

* The cost for transportation and boat tour is RMB 130 at participants' own cost, pay at registration. One can visit only the tunnel and museum for free.



 Fig. 2 Technical tour route at campus


[1]. Wind Tunnel Laboratory

The wind tunnel laboratory was built in 1987 and completed in 1990. Tongji University is the earliest Wind Engineering Research Institute in China. At present, the laboratory has six large, medium and small boundary layer wind tunnels, and the overall scale ranks top in the world. The laboratory is equipped with advanced measuring force, pressure, velocity, vibration instruments and data acquisition system and computer workstation for scientific research and production test.

Fig. 3 Wind Tunnel Lab of SLDRCE

[2]. Tongji University Museum

After the 100th anniversary of Tongji University, founded in 1907, the Feasibility Conceptual Design was organized in conjunction with the Graduate Design Program. Ultimately, Tongji campus with the longest history, where the environment has a unique commemorative significance of the 129 building, was selected as the museum site selection and reconstruction of the object. The Museum was established by using the cultural relics and materials collected by Tongji University to serve the scientific research and cultural development of the university.

Fig. 4 Tongji University Museum

[3]. The Bund

The Bund, as one of the most famous places of interest of Shanghai, is 1.5 kilometers long right next to the Central Business District near the Oriental Pearl Radio & TV Tower. It runs from Yan'an East Road in the south to Garden Bridge on Suzhou River in the north. After Shanghai became a commercial port, foreign banks, commercial banks, general associations and newspapers began to gather here, and the Bund became the financial center of the whole country and even the Far East.

 Fig. 5 Technical tour route at the Bund

[4]. Boat Tour

The beautiful scenery on both sides of the Huangpu River is a symbol of Shanghai. On its east side is the prosperous Lujiazui Financial District. On the west side is the historic buildings of all countries. The cruise ship will show you the beautiful scenery in the core area of the Huangpu River.

Fig. 6 Sightseeing boat tour

Garden (Waibaidu) bridge: The current Garden bridge, also called Waibaidu Bridge, was built in January 20, 1908. The Garden Bridge was removed as a whole from its site to the factory for repair, and it returned in 2009 with a life extension of 50 years. Because of its rich history and unique design, Garden Bridge has become one of the symbols of Shanghai, and also a symbol of Shanghai's modernization and industrialization.

Fig. 7 Garden Bridge (137.25m, built in 1908)

Nanpu Bridge: Nanpu Bridge, built in 1991 and main spanned 423m, is the first bridge across the Huangpu River in downtown Shanghai. The second bridge on the Huangpu River was completed on November 19, 1991. Nanpu Bridge is a cable-stayed bridge with double pylons, double cable planes and composite beams designed and built by China. And it is one of the largest cable-stayed bridges at that time.

Fig. 8 Huangpu Bridge  (423m, built in 1991)

Yangpu Bridge: Yangpu bridge, main spanned 602m, is the second cable-stayed bridge across the Huangpu River. It was the longest cable-stayed bridge in the world when open to traffic in 1993. The Yangpu Bridge with a 208-meter towe is like a sword piercing the sky. 32 pairs of cables on both sides of the tower connect the main girders and spread out in a fan like a giant strings. It is playing the sonata of a giant dragon soaring. The design of the whole bridge is exquisite, beautiful and magnificent. It is a famous sight of Shanghai tourism.

 Fig. 9 Yangpu Bridge (602m, built in 1993)

Lupu Bridge: Lupu bridge, built in 2003 and main spanned 550m, is the second longest steel arch bridge in the world today. It is also the first large-scale arch bridge in the world to be entirely welded. It has high scientific and technological content, strict precision requirements and difficult construction. It marks a major breakthrough in Bridge Technology in China, and the level of bridge building has reached a new level. Lupu Bridge is like a beautiful rainbow across the banks of the Pujiang River, adding new landscapes and signs to Shanghai.

Fig. 10 Lupu Bridge (550m, built in 2003)

 Fig. 11 Map of bridges observed in the boat tour

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