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M. Hoffmann, A. Kammersberger:
"Asset management and life cycle cost optimization for bridges on network, asset and element level";
in: "Life - Cycle and Sustainability of Civil Infrastzructure Systems", herausgegeben von: IALCCE; Taylor and Francis Group, London, London, 2012, ISBN: 978-0-415-62126-7, 10 S.



Kurzfassung englisch:
Asset management is not a case by case decision but is based on a comprehensive set of goals and strategies as a cyclic and hierarchical process from budgeting on network level down to individual measures on asset element level. The developed approaches allow long and short term LCC - predictions for bridge assets on all levels. The paper presents a verified standardized life cycle for bridge assets based on the findings and application to 3300 bridges in the province of Styria. Furthermore a preview to a refined LCC - approach on bridge element level is given allowing a specific optimization of rehabilitation decisions for individual bridges as well as an optimization on road sections and the entire bridge inventory on network level.

Schlagworte:
bridge, LCC, rehabilitation, costs, age, service live

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