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COVID-19 caused a high impact on the human life sectors, and water distribution services were no exception, given that a change in water consumption behaviour has been registered in several planet regions to the isolation and hygiene measures imposed to contain the new coronavirus. This study...
It is largely documented that the exchange of information among critical infrastructures (CIs) is crucial to strategies involving the identification of their interdependencies and increasing their resilience. Based on the experience of the Centre Risque & Performance, Polytechnique Montréal...
Aiming at solving the problems of poor positioning accuracy and long time in traditional methods, a fault location of a high-voltage overhead transmission line based on ACO-ENN algorithm is proposed in this paper. Firstly, self-coding neural network is used to reduce dimension of transmission...
The paper analyses the context of financial closure in public private partnerships markets. Existing studies indicate that the success rate of projects that move to the financial closure is limited and stands at less than 50%. To improve the financial closure rates, this study aimed at...
Civil infrastructure systems are prone to environmental deterioration processes that gradually reduce their mechanical properties and their capability to sustain severe natural hazards, such as earthquakes. The rate of occurrence of major seismic events, the time-variant seismic vulnerability of...
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