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2022 ◽  
Vol 148 (2) ◽  
Kerim Koc ◽  
Asli Pelin Gurgun ◽  
Mehmet Egemen Ozbek ◽  
Duygu Kalan ◽  
Caroline Clevenger ◽  

2022 ◽  
Vol 23 (1) ◽  
Caroline Field ◽  
Elaina Sutley ◽  
Nader Naderpajouh ◽  
John W. van de Lindt ◽  
David Butry ◽  

In addition to Civil Engineering, ICE Proceedings includes 18 specialist journals. Papers and articles published in the most recent issues are listed here. Summaries of all these and other papers and articles published can be read free in the ICE Virtual Library at .

Joana Palha

Civil engineer Joana Palha of business consultancy Ayming introduces a report her firm published last year on the challenges still facing women in construction. Contributors included former Civil Engineering editorial panel member Liz King of Mott MacDonald.

2022 ◽  
Vol 6 (1) ◽  
pp. 1-4
Yajuan Liu

The “1+X” system has a great impact on the development of vocational education. Based on this system, it is imperative to carry out the reform and practice of the core curriculum of Civil Engineering and Architecture. Several vocational colleges have made attempts in the reform and practice of the curriculum, but the effect is not ideal. Under the influence of various factors, such as the lack of experience, there are also several problems in the reform and practice of the curriculum. Among them, the most apparent problems are as follows: the curriculum reform is not synchronized with the development of teaching materials, the pertinence of practical teaching is lacking, and the guidance provided for professional certificate examinations is not well-established. This paper specifically analyzes the problems existing in the reform and practice of the core curriculum of Civil Engineering and Architecture under the “1+X” system, and then puts forward effective strategies for these problems.

2022 ◽  
Vol 28 (1) ◽  
pp. 1-5
Artūras Kaklauskas ◽  
Edmundas Kazimieras Zavadskas ◽  
Ieva Ubartė

Celebrating the 55th anniversary of the Journal of Civil Engineering and Management: editor’s introduction. Journal of Civil Engineering and Management, 28(1), 1–5.

Ilham Aguida Bella ◽  
Nabil Bella ◽  
Aissa Asroun ◽  
Sara Saddiki

In the civil engineering field, the incorporation of chemical admixtures is now a practical technics' used for improving the properties of concrete, such as improved workability, decreasing the water demand, increasing strength, etc. However, chemical admixtures have some disadvantages such as environmental pollution during both their manufacture and their use, else, there are rare somewhere. Because of this background, bio-admixtures appear principally useful, due to their environmental effect and friendly properties, bio-admixtures are substances obtained from a biodegradable product also resulting from the methanisation. The objective of this research is the valorization of household waste used as a bio-admixture. Moreover studying its effect on cement path workability, start/end of the cement setting.

Siqi Ding ◽  
Jialiang Wang ◽  
Sufen Dong ◽  
Ashraf Ashour ◽  
Yan Liu ◽  

2022 ◽  
Vol 18 ◽  
pp. 90-99
Lusmeilia Afriani ◽  
Nursyirwan Nursyirwan ◽  
Ryzal Perdana ◽  
Rina Febrina ◽  
Yan Juansyah

It is widely accepted that soil is a mixture of mineral constituents that have accumulated over time. The physical characteristics of soil vary according to the mineral and organic matter content and the process of formation. The soil`s unique characteristics have been the subject of research in the field of civil engineering, which has continued to evolve to the present day due to the land`s requirement for civil engineering construction, such as road paving. As a result, the current study sought to determine the similarity of soil samples based on their physical properties and California Bearing Ratio (CBR) values, as well as the relationship between the soil`s physical properties and CBR values. To our knowledge, there is hardly little research in the literature investigating the topic under our investigation. Furthermore, we also mapped the physical characteristics and CBR values of numerous distinct soil samples using a Geographical Information System (GIS). This study concentrated on the West Lampung Regency, specifically the area between Bukit Kemuning in Central Lampung and Liwa in West Lampung, along the lines of Bukit Kemuning, Liwa, and Krui, all the way to the Lampung – Bengkulu province border. The soil samples from the area were taken for two tests: the unsoaked CBR test and the soaked CBR test. The results of the tests show that a 31-kilometre distance does not result in a significant difference in soil properties, which are generally similar except in clay-rich areas. Furthermore, the results of the laboratory analysis show that the amount of water in the soil sample affects the Liquid Limit (LL), Plastic Limit (PL), Maximum Dry Density (MDD), and CBR values; the lower the plastic limit value, and thus the lower the CBR value, the less water in the soil. The implications of the current findings are also discussed.

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