Special Issue "2nd Edition of Trends in Sustainable Buildings and Infrastructure"
A special issue of International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health (ISSN 1660-4601).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 30 September 2022.
Interests: multiobjective optimization; structures optimization; lifecycle assessment; social sustainability of infrastructures; reliability-based maintenance optimization; optimization and decision-making under uncertainty
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Topics: Advances in the Sustainability Assessment of Building and Infrastructure Projects
Interests: structural analysis; optimization; building; engineering optimization; civil engineering; linear programming; mathematical programming; heuristics; structural optimization; concrete; combinatorial optimization; structural engineering; multiobjective optimization; reinforced concrete; optimization methods; discrete optimization; optimization theory; simulated annealing; optimization software
This Special Issue is the 2nd edition of Trends in Sustainable Buildings and Infrastructure. The recently established Sustainable Development Goals call for a paradigm shift in the way buildings and infrastructures are conceived. The construction industry is a main source of environmental impacts, given its great material consumption and energy demands. It is also a major contributor to the economic growth of regions through the provision of useful infrastructure and generation of employment, among others. Conventional approaches underlying current building design practices fall short of covering the relevant environmental and social implications derived from inappropriate design, construction, and planning. The development of adequate sustainable design strategies is therefore becoming extremely relevant with regard to the achievement of the United Nations 2030 Agenda Goals for Sustainable Development.
Prof. Dr. Víctor Yepes
Prof. Dr. Moacir Kripka
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- sustainable design and construction
- life cycle assessment
- sustainability in decision making
- green buildings
- sustainable maintenance
- resilient structures
- sustainable materials
- social life cycle assessment
- sustainable management of infrastructures
- multiobjective optimization for sustainable development