Nailiang Xiang
Nailiang Xiang
Assistant Professor in Civil Engineering, Nagoya Institute of Technology
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Seismic performance of highway bridges with different transverse unseating-prevention devices
N Xiang, J Li*
ASCE Journal of Bridge Engineering 21 (9), 04016045, 2016
Shake-table tests and numerical simulation of an innovative isolation system for highway bridges
J Li, N Xiang, H Tang, Z Guan*
Soil Dynamics and Earthquake Engineering 86, 55-70, 2016
Experimental and numerical study on seismic sliding mechanism of laminated-rubber bearings
N Xiang, J Li*
Engineering Structures 141, 159-174, 2017
Displacement-based seismic design of bridge bents retrofitted with various bracing devices and their seismic fragility assessment under near-fault and far-field ground motions
N Xiang, MS Alam*
Soil Dynamics and Earthquake Engineering, 2019
Shake table studies of a highway bridge model by allowing the sliding of laminated-rubber bearings with and without restraining devices
N Xiang, MS Alam, J Li*
Engineering Structures, 2018
Comparative seismic fragility assessment of an existing isolated continuous bridge retrofitted with different energy dissipation devices
N Xiang, MS Alam*
ASCE Journal of Bridge Engineering, 2019
Probabilistic seismic fragility and loss analysis of concrete bridge piers with superelastic shape memory alloy-steel coupled reinforcing bars
N Xiang*, X Chen, MS Alam
Engineering Structures 207, 110229, 2020
Passive seismic unseating prevention strategies implemented in highway bridges: A state-of-the-art review
N Xiang*, Y Goto, M Obata, MS Alam
Engineering Structures, 2019
Yielding steel dampers as restraining devices to control seismic sliding of laminated rubber bearings for highway bridges: analytical and experimental study
N Xiang, MS Alam, J Li*
ASCE Journal of Bridge Engineering, 2019
Mechanism of low-temperature adhesion failure in asphalt mixtures with dense-suspension and void-skeleton structures
Z Chuanfeng, Z Dajun, X Nailiang, S Zhenfeng
Construction and Building Materials 36, 711-718, 2012
Effect of exterior concrete shear keys on the seismic performance of laminated rubber bearing-supported highway bridges in China
N Xiang, J Li*
Soil Dynamics and Earthquake Engineering 112, 185-197, 2018
Utilizing yielding steel dampers to mitigate transverse seismic irregularity of a multispan continuous bridge with unequal height piers
N Xiang, J Li*
Engineering Structures 205, 110056, 2020
Influence of Near-fault Pulse-like Motion Characteristics on Seismic Performance of Tall Pier Bridges with Fragility Analysis
X Chen, N Xiang, J Li, Z Guan*
Journal of Earthquake Engineering, 2020
Seismic performance of the buckling-restrained brace central buckle for long-span suspension bridges
W Guo, J Li*, N Xiang
Journal of Earthquake and Tsunami 12 (05), 1850015, 2018
Experimental test on sliding behavior of laminated rubber bearings and its refined analytical model (in Chinese)
N Xiang, X Cui, J Li*
Journal of Tongji University (Natural Science) (in Chinese) 44 (12), 1828-1834, 2016
Performance of an isolated simply supported bridge crossing fault rupture: shake table test
N Xiang, H Yang, J Li*
Earthquakes and Structures 16 (6), 665-677, 2019
Effect of restraining type on transverse seismic performance of small to medium span highway bridges (in Chinese)
N Xiang, J Li*
Engineering Mechanics (Chinese) 33 (3), 188-195, 2016
A flexure-capacity design method and seismic fragility assessment of FRP/steel double-reinforced bridge piers
D Jia, J Mao*, Q Guo, Z Yang, N Xiang
Structure and Infrastructure Engineering, 2019
Seismic Performance of Concrete Bridge Piers Reinforced with Hybrid Shape Memory Alloy (SMA) and Steel Bars
J Mao, D Jia, Z Yang, N Xiang*
Journal of Earthquake and Tsunami, 2050001, 2019
Effect of bonding or unbonding on seismic behavior of bridge elastomeric bearings: lessons learned from past earthquakes in China and Japan and inspirations for future design
N Xiang, Y Goto, MS Alam, J Li
Advances in Bridge Engineering 2 (1), 1-17, 2021
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