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Contributors:Garcia-Macias Enrique, Martínez-Castro Alejandro E.
All the data relating the case studies used to validate the HTSA approach. These include: simply supported beam, continuous three-span bridge, the viaduct of Rodenillo, and the viaduct of Santa Ana. Along with the data files, MATLAB scripts are also provided to post-process the results.
Contributors:Leger Tancrède , Hein Andrew, Bingham Robert, Martini Mateo, Rodrigo León Soteres García, Sagredo Esteban, Martínez Oscar
This open-access data comprises the twenty-six shapefiles necessary to visualise and analyse our glacial geomorphological map on a geographical information system (such as ArcGIS) (folder 01). All shapefiles are georeferenced in the WGS84 geographic reference coordinate system. Each of the 25 data folders comprise 7 file formats: .shp , .cpg , .dbf , .prj , .sbn , .shx , and Adobe Illustrator Tsume File (.sbx). To enable an easier download process, if required, we also provide the 26 shapefiles in .shp format only, together in folder 02. We further provide a table with recommended RGB colours per shapefile to enable optimum visualisation (folder 03). Please cite original publication when using and/or referring to these data.
The follow-up duration of the participants ranged from 0 to 85.6 weeks. The daily practice setting resulted in different follow-up durations for each outcome measure (due to the fact that not all outcomes were collected on the same day).
The dataset consists of mobile laser scanning data of an exposed rock mass located at Mittagong in New South Wales, Australia. The images of the area and field data of structural discontinuity collected from compass, clinometer and measuring tape are also included. The dataset also includes dip and dip direction of discontinuity planes identified through several algorithms.
Contributors:Khairadeen Ai Ahmed, Khan Numan, Lee Do Yeop, Park Chansik
this dataset contains automatic safety rule compliance approach for excavation works leveraging algorithmic modeling tools and BIM technologies. -e focused approach comprises of the following three modules: information extraction and logic design (IELD), information conversion and process integration (ICPI), and automodeling and safety plan generation (ASPG). Specifically, the scope of the paper is limited to major risks such as cave-ins, fall, safety egress, and prohibited zones risks. A set of rules-based algorithms was developed in commercially available software using visual programming language (VPL) that automatically generates geometric conditions in BIM and visualizes the potential risks and safety resources installation along with their quantity take-off and optimized locations.