1. Introduction to FRP Composites.- 2. Sustainability in Infrastructure Design.- Part I: Durability and Service Life.- 3. Environmental Degradation of Interlaminar Shear Strength in Carbon/Epoxy Composite.- 4. Predicting Hygrothermal Degradation of Composites in Accelerated Testing.- 5. Effects of Ultraviolet Radiation and Condensation on Static and Dynamic Compressive Behavior of Nanophased Glass / Epoxy Composites.- 6. FRP Reinforced Concrete Exposed to Elevated Temperatures: The Role of Viscosity on Bond Strength.- 7. Impact Resistance of FRP Panels.- Part II: Applications.- 8. Steel-Free Bridge Decks Reinforce with FRP Composites.- 9. Load Testing and Load Distribution of Fiber Reinforced Polymer Strengthened Bridges: Multi-Year Post Construction / Post Retrofit Performance Evaluation.- 10. The Utilization of Recycled Thermoplastic Composites for Civil and Military Load Bearing Applications.- 11. Structural Response, Health-Monitoring, And Performance Evaluation Of CFRP Post-Tensioned, In-Service, Long-Span, Precast/Prestressed Box Girder Bridges.- Life Cycle Cost Comparison of FRP and RC Bridge Decks â
Ravi K. Jain is Dean, School of Engineering and Computer Science, University of the Pacific. Prior to this appointment, he has held research, faculty, and administrative positions at the University of Illinois (Urbana-Champaign), Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), and the University of Cincinnati. He received degrees in civil engineering (BS, MSCE) from California State University. He holds a Ph.D. from Texas Tech University and a Masters in Public Administration from Harvard University. He has directed major research programs for the US department of Defense and has served as chairman of the Environmental Engineering Research Council, ASCE. He is a member of the American Academy of Environmental Engineers, a fellow of ASCE, and a fellow of AAAS. He has been a Littauer fellow at Harvard University and a fellow of Churchill College, Cambridge University. He has published 14 books, over 150 scholarly papers and technical reports, and has received many awards and honors including the US Army's highest research award and was a recipient of the NSPE Founders Gold Medal and named Federal Engineering of the Year for 1989. Luke Lee, Assistant Professor of Civil Engineering, School of Engineering and Computer Science, University of the Pacific, Stockton, California. He received his B.S. in Civil Engineering from the University of California, Los Angeles, his M.S. in Structural Engineering from the University of California, Berkeley and a Ph.D. in Structural Engineering from the University of California, San Diego. He is well-known for his work on infrastructure renewal using fiber reinforced polymer (FRP) composites, durability characterization of FRP composites, service life estimation, and structural health monitoring of civil infrastructure. His prior appointments include teaching and industry positions at Louisiana Tech University (Ruston, Louisiana) and Structural Integrity Associates, Inc. (San Jose, CA).