According to FHWA’s 2020 National Bridge Inventory Data, 1.5% of bridges in Texas are Structurally Deficient (SD). In addition, 2,841 bridges in Texas are posted with load limits, which restrict the size and weight of vehicles and in turn the flow of goods and services in the state. The state of Texas has identified 11,704
AUGUST 24, 2021 – Today, Dr. JoAnn Browning, Dean of the College of Engineering and Integrated Design (CEID) and David and Jennifer Spencer Distinguished Dean’s Chair in Engineering, announced leadership changes in two of CEID’s component departments. Effective September 1, Dr. Ender Finol will take the position of Zachry Mechanical Engineering Department Endowed Chair and
AUGUST 12, 2021 — The University of Texas at San Antonio and Southwest Research Institute (SwRI) are collaborating to combine two catalytic processes into a single reactor, with the overall goal of recycling carbon from CO2 to produce low-cost hydrocarbon fuels. The work, led by Grant Seuser of SwRI’s Powertrain Engineering Division and Gary Jacobs of UTSA’s College of Engineering
AUGUST 10, 2021 — The University of Texas at San Antonio and Southwest Research Institute (SwRI) are collaborating to create a computer model of the intricate structures of the human heart as part of a larger effort to develop a new, potentially life-saving heart surgery. The work, led by Keith Bartels of SwRI’s Mechanical Engineering Division and Hai-Chao Han of
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