ISSN: 2630-5232(Online)

Journal of Architectural Environment & Structural Engineering Research is an open-access, peer-reviewed journal aimed at an international audience. With the rapid growth of the built environment, the physical environment has seen a sharp decline. By offering a cross-disciplinary approach, the journal aims to promote the latest innovations in the field of environment management and mitigate the disparity in the progression of both natural and man-made environments.

The scope of the Journal of Architectural Environment & Structural Engineering Research includes, but is not limited:

  • Environmental management system
  • Sustainability
  • Sustainable built environment
  • Energy efficiency
  • Structures
  • Structural stability

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Vol 4, No 3 (2021)

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Table of Contents


Oluwatosin Babatola

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Abstract: This paper discusses the findings of an experimental study on the effect of various curing procedures on the compressive strength of concrete produced by partially substituting portland cement with Palm Kernel Shell Ash (PKSA). Palm kernel shell ash was utilized in a 1:2:4 mix ratio as a partial ...
Lei Yu, Yongyi Ye, Lu Zhang

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Abstract: It is important to improve residential thermal comfort in the high dense cities, in which wind environment is crucial. Waterside buildings take an advantage of micro-hydrological-climate in summer that should be used to enhance residential thermal comfort especially in the subtropical region. In ...
G. T. Michaltsos, T. Avraam

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Abstract: The periodically repeated pavement irregularities and their effect on the dynamic behavior of a bridge are the subject of this paper, as well as a new point of view of how the surface roughness operates on vehicles. The authors observed that the models used so far accept that the wheels are alway...
Md. Mustafizur Rahman, Mohammad Tanvir Hasan, Shahidul Islam, Jiaul Hassan Mithun

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Abstract: Bangladesh is enriched with beautiful traditional indigenous cultures. Different indigenous peoples with their distinctive existences also considerably create an enhance values and lifestyles to the socio-cultural sectors of Bangladesh [1]. Habitually, these indigenous communities have been compa...
Mohamed Abdel Raheem, Jennifer Reyes, Xiaohui Wang, Grecia Silva Sanchez, Alyssa Marie Garza

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Abstract: The literature mentions multiple factors that can affect the accuracy of estimating the project duration in highway construction, such as weather, location, and soil conditions. However, there are other factors that have not been explored, yet they can have significant impact on t...

Case Study

Jasmine Mira, Nicole Braxtan, Shen-En Chen, Tiefu Zhao, Lynn Harris, Dave Cook

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Abstract: Lithium ion battery fire hazard has been well-documented in a variety of applications. Recently, battery train technology has been introduced as a clean energy concept for railway. In the case of heavy locomotives such as trains, the massive collection of battery stacks required t...



How to effectively extend the service life of the bridge?


When the bridge components needing maintenance are the world problem at present, and the health monitoring system is considered to be a very helpful tool for solving this problem. 

Key words:Structural health monitoring;Punctiform time-varying reliability;Critical load effects distribution function;Maintenance reliability threshold;Continuous rigid frame bridge;“Three Sigma” principle

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