Infrastructure is essential for commerce. Planners and stakeholders want to develop infrastructure that is resilient to both chronic (e.g., material degradation) and episodic (e.g., earthquake) hazards. Accuracy in service life prediction remains elusive, particularly when episodic events are experienced in an aging structure that might no longer have the designed properties. This Program will develop and deploy measurement science to promote resilient infrastructure with a focus on materials properties by
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