The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
CIVL 1160

Fall 2010
Sacre Coeur
La Basilique du
Sacre Coeur
de Montmartre
Sainte Chapelle
Paris
The plans for SainteChapelle are attributed to Pierre
de Montreuil, who had also created designs for SaintDenis and part of the NotreDame Cathedral.
Groundbreaking occurred in 1
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lakjd
CIVL 2160

Spring 2016
Review of last lecture
Y = aX + b +
=> follows normal distribution with mean = 0
Regression analysis <=> least square
for finding model parameters
Model error and standard deviation of
If the model has no error:
Otherwise:
sample pointes
regression mo
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lakjd
CIVL 2160

Spring 2016
Review of last lecture
0.4
0.3
0.2
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0.0
PDF
PDF
Pvalue in hypothesis testing
0.4
0.3
0.2
Pvalue
= Pr (A < a*)
0.1
0.0
Pvalue is small, H0 is rejected.
Ch8 Regression Analysis
Has anyone done something like this in Excel?
It is the socalled regr
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lakjd
CIVL 2160

Spring 2016
Review of last lecture
Intrinsic linear (nonlinear)
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Model checking => model error should be
1) random, 2) mean = 0, 3) normal distribution
The data we s
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lakjd
CIVL 2160

Spring 2016
Review of last lecture
Bayesian approach
=> prior data
+ observation (sample)
+ a unique algorithm
Pr  i
Ex9.2
You randomly picked one sample from Jerrys
company and found it is bad, what is the point
estimate for the bad ratio?
100%
Given the prior P
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lakjd
CIVL 2160

Spring 2016
Review of last lecture
Bayesian approach
=> prior data
+ observation (sample)
+ a unique algorithm
Pr  i
Ex9.2
You randomly picked one sample from Jerrys
company and found it is bad, what is the point
estimate for the bad ratio?
100%
Given the prior P
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lakjd
CIVL 2160

Spring 2016
Review of last lecture
Bayesian approach
=> prior data
+ observation (sample)
+ a unique algorithm
Pr  i
We have learned several discrete applications; now lets take
at look at continuous types of the Bayesian calculations.
That means now we deal wit
The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
Transportation System Operations
CIVL 4620

Fall 2016
Chapter 4
Intersection Control and Design
Types of Intersections
Intersection: an area where 2 or more highways join or cross
At grade intersection: where all roadways join or cross at the
same level
Grade separated intersection: through traffic lanes
The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
Transportation System Operations
CIVL 4620

Fall 2016
Chapter 3
Queuing Theory and Traffic Flow Analysis
Probabilistic Models of Traffic Flow
A traffic stream can be described by the basic
relationships between traffic flow Q (veh/h), speed v
(km/h), and density d(veh/km) at a macroscopic level.
A more mic
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Transportation System Operations
CIVL 4620

Fall 2016
Chapter 1
Transportation Economics
1
Definition:
Interaction
Transportation Demand:
ability to pay
Transportation Supply:
availability of modes, lanes,
etc.
2
Economics
Study of how people and society end up choosing,
with or without the use of money, to
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Transportation System Operations
CIVL 4620

Fall 2016
Chapter 2
Land Use / Transportation System
Land use and transport are conceptualized as a
system
Land uses and transport facilities are considered as the
"objects" (components) of the system.
Traffic is the joint consequence of landuse activity levels
The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
construction materials
CIVL 2810

Fall 2015
CIVL 2810 Construction Materials
Assignment #1 Due on 12 Oct. 2016 (Wednesday)
1. In elastic analysis, stressstrain relationship is defined as:
E
A concrete cylinder, with a diameter of 100 mm and length of 200
mm, is under uniaxial compression. The for
The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
construction materials
CIVL 2810

Fall 2015
CIVL 2810 Construction Materials
Prof. Zongjin Li
Department of Civil Engineering
1
Chapter 8 Wood
8.1
8.2
8.3
8.4
8.5
8.6
Introduction
Structure of wood
Properties of wood
Grading of wood
Wood products
Wood degradation and protection
2
8.1 Introduction
8
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construction materials
CIVL 2810

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CIVL 2810 Construction Materials
Prof. Zongjin Li
Department of Civil Engineering
1
7.2 General Hookes law Orthotropic Materials
(12 parameters 9 independent)
1 S11 S12
S
S
12
22
2
3 S13 S 23
0
23 0
13 0
0
12 0
0
S13
0
0
S 23
0
0
S33
0
0
0
S
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construction materials
CIVL 2810

Fall 2015
CIVL 2810 Construction Materials
Prof. Zongjin Li
Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering
1
9.3 Asphalt concrete
Asphalt concrete=asphalt +aggregate
Hot mixed asphalt concrete
Original asphalt (70oC) +aggregate
Coldmixed asphalt concrete
Cutb
The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
construction materials
CIVL 2810

Fall 2015
CIVL 111 Construction Materials
Assignment #5 Due on 2 May 2011
1. At a critical point in a machine part where yield is initiated, the nonzero stress
components are xx = 85 MPa, yy = 25 MPa, xy = 60 MPa, as shown in the following
figure, and the yield str
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construction materials
CIVL 2810

Fall 2015
CIVL 111 Construction Materials
Assignment #2
Due on 7 March 2011
1. The truss is a common structure utilized in civil engineering and composed with
bars in which only uniaxial force (either tension or compression) is carried. The
truss shown in Figure 2
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construction materials
CIVL 2810

Fall 2015
CIVL 2810 Construction Materials
Prof. Zongjin Li
Department of Civil Engineering
1
5.4 Admixtures
Definition and Classifications
Material other than water, aggregates, cement and
reinforcing fibers that is used in concrete as an
ingredient and added to
The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
construction materials
CIVL 2810

Fall 2015
Home work 1
1. In elastic analysis, stressstrain relationship is defined as:
E
For a circular steel bar under uniaxial tension, the elongation of the bar measured is
0.12 mm. The original length of the bar is 150mm and diameter of the bar is 20mm.
If the
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construction materials
CIVL 2810

Fall 2015
CIVL 2810 Construction Materials
Prof. Zongjin Li
Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering
1
5.5.1.5 Fatigue strength of concrete
For concrete, there are two types of
fatigue strength
Static fatigue and cyclic fatigue strength
Static fatigue refl
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construction materials
CIVL 2810

Fall 2015
CIVL 2810 Construction Materials
Assignment #1 Due on 23 Sept. 2015 (Wednesday)
1. In elastic analysis, stressstrain relationship is defined as:
= E
For a circular steel bar under uniaxial tension, the elongation of the bar measured is
0.12 mm. The orig
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construction materials
CIVL 2810

Fall 2015
CIVL 2810 Construction Materials
Assignment #2
Due on 28 Oct. 2015
1.!In the fatigue analysis, empirical equations are usually derived from the curves of
experimental data. The following one is derived from the loglog plot of SN
diagram:
a= A(N f )
B
W
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construction materials
CIVL 2810

Fall 2015
CIVL 2810 Construction Materials
Assignment #3 Due on 27 November 2015
1.
Suppose that the selfbalanced strain due to shrinkage for a circularshaped beam
(diameter x span =150 x 450 mm) along diameter direction follows the distribution of
x
0.00018( )2
The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
construction materials
CIVL 2810

Fall 2015
CIVL 2810 Construction Materials
Assignment #3 Due on 27 November 2015
1.! Suppose that the selfbalanced strain due to shrinkage for a circularshaped beam
(diameter x span =150 x 450 mm) along diameter direction follows the distribution of
x
= 0.00018(
The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
construction materials
CIVL 2810

Fall 2015
CIVL 2810 Construction Materials
Assignment #2
Due on 28 Oct. 2015 (Wednesday)
1.!In the fatigue analysis, empirical equations are usually derived from the curves of
experimental data. The following one is derived from the loglog plot of SN
diagram:
a=
The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
statics and dynamics
CIVL 2110

Fall 2014
. A PROBLEM 2.8
'I
T1 1 A telephone cable is clamped at A to the pole AB. Knowing that the tension
T2 in the lefthand portion of the cable is T1 = 800 lb, determine by
trigonometry (a) the required tension T2 in the righthand portion if the
resultant R o
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statics and dynamics
CIVL 2110

Fall 2014
Statics CIVL 2110
Tutorial
Anastasios (Tasos) GIOUVANIDIS
Email: agiouvanidis@ust.hk
George GRIGOROPOULOS
Email: g.grigoropoulos@gmail.com
Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering
Hong Kong University of Science & Technology
1
outline
OUTLINE
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statics and dynamics
CIVL 2110

Fall 2014
Statics CIVL 2110
Tutorial
Anastasios (Tasos) GIOUVANIDIS
Email: agiouvanidis@ust.hk
George GRIGOROPOULOS
Email: g.grigoropoulos@gmail.com
Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering
Hong Kong University of Science & Technology
1
outline
OUTLINE
Summa