Publications

Featured Publications from INES Students*, Visiting scholars* and Faculty Advisors (selected)
Earth Systems
  1. Bell, C.D.*, S.K. McMillan, S.M. Clinton, and A.J. Jefferson. 2017. Characterizing the Effects of Stormwater Mitigation on Nutrient Export and Stream Concentrations. EnvironmentalManagement. 59:604-618. DOI 10.1007/s00267-016-0801-4.
  2.  Johnson, B. G.*, Smith, J. A., and Diemer, J. A. 2017. A chronology of post-glacial landslides suggests that slight increases in precipitation could trigger a disproportionate geomorphic response. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms. 42(14): 2223–2239. DOI: 10.1002/esp.4168.
  3. Najaf, P.*, Isaai, M.T., Lavasani, M., and J.C. Thill, 2017. Evaluating Traffic Safety Policies for Developing Countries Based on Equity Considerations. Journal of Transportation Safety & Security. 9: 178-203.
  4. Bell, C.D.*, S.K. McMillan, S.M. Clinton, and A.J. Jefferson. 2016. Hydrologic response to stormwater control measures in urban watersheds. Journal of Hydrology. 541:1488-1500. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jhydrol.2016.08.049
  5. Aldred, J.*, M. C. Eppes, K. Aquino, R. Deal, J. Garbini, S*. Swami, A. Tuttle, and G. Xanthos. 2015. The influence of solar-¬induced thermal stresses on the mechanical weathering of rocks in humid mid-¬‐ latitudes. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms. DOI: 10.1002/esp.3849.
  6.  Jefferson, A.J., C. Bell*, S.M. Clinton, and S.K. McMillan.  2015.  Application of isotope hydrograph separation to understand contributions of stormwater control measures to urban headwater streams. Hydrological Processes, Special Issue: Tracer Advances Review. doi:10.1002/hyp.10680.
  7. Warren, K., Eppes, M. C., Swami, S., Garbini, J.*, & Putkonen, J. ,2013. Automated field detection of rock fracturing, microclimate, and diurnal rock temperature and strain fields. Geoscientific Instrumentation. Methods and Data Systems, 3(2):371-406.
  8. Gagrani, V.*, J.A. Diemer J. Karl, and C.J. Allan. 2013. Assessing the hydrologic and water quality benefits of a network of stormwater control measures. Journal of the American Water Resources Association. 1-15. DOI: 10.1111/jawr.12121
  9. Johnson, B.G.*, Eppes, M.C., Diemer, J.A., Jiménez-Moreno, G., Layzell, A.L., 2011, Post-glacial landscape response to climate variability in the southeastern San Juan Mountains of Colorado, USA. Quaternary Research, 76:352-362, doi: 10.1016/j.yqres. 2011.08.006
  10.  Johnson, B. G.*, Eppes, M. C. and Diemer, J. A., 2010. Surficial Geologic Map of the Upper Conejos River Drainage, Southeastern San Juan Mountains, Southern Colorado, USA, Journal of Maps, p. 30-39.
Energy Analytics
  1. Masoud Sobhani*, Tao Hong, and Claude Martin, "Temperature data cleansing for electric load forecasting," International Journal of Forecasting. 36(2):324-333, April-June, 2020 
  2. Tao Hong, Jingrui Xie*, and Jonathan Black*, "Global Energy Forecasting Competition 2017: Hierarchical Probabilistic Load Forecasting," International Journal of Forecasting. 35(4)”1389-1399, October-December, 2019.
  3. Masoud Sobhani*, Allison Campbell*, Saurabh Sangamwar, Changlin Li*, and Tao Hong, "Combining weather stations for electric load forecasting," Energies. 12(8):1510, April 2019.
  4. Jingrui Xie* and Tao Hong, "Variable selection methods for probabilistic load forecasting: empirical evidence from seven states of the United States," IEEE Transactions on Smart Grid. 9(6):6039-6046, November 2018.
  5. Jingrui Xie* and Tao Hong, "Temperature scenario generation for probabilistic load forecasting," IEEE Transactions on Smart Grid. 9(3):1680-1687, May 2018.
  6.  Jingrui Xie* and Tao Hong, "Load forecasting using 24 solar terms," Journal of Modern Power Systems and Clean Energy. 6(2):208-214, March 2018.
  7. Jingrui Xie*, Ying Chen, Tao Hong and Thomas D. Laing, "Relative humidity for load forecasting models," IEEE Transactions on Smart Grid. 9(1):191-198, January 2018.
  8.  Jingrui Xie* and Tao Hong, "Wind speed for load forecasting models," Sustainability. 9(5):795, May 2017.
  9. Jingrui Xie*, Tao Hong, Thomas D. Laing and Chongqing Kang, "On normality assumption in residual simulation for probabilistic load forecasting," IEEE Transactions on Smart Grid. 8(3):1046-1053, May 2017.
  10.  Jingrui Xie* and Tao Hong, "GEFCom2014 probabilistic electric load forecasting: an integrated solution with forecast combination and residual simulation," International Journal of Forecasting. 32(3):1012-1016, July-September 2016.
Energy and Environmental Systems
  1. Malinowski, P.A.*, Schwarz, P. and Wu, J.S. 2020. Fee Credits as an Economic Incentive for Green Infrastructure Retrofits in Stormwater Impaired Urban Watersheds. Journal of Sustainable Water in the Built Environment. 6(4), November 2020.
  2. Xu, G.*, Schwarz, P. and Yang, H. 2020. Adjusting Energy Consumption Structure to Achieve China’s CO2 Emission Peak. Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews. 122:109737.
  3. Liu, Z.H.*, Tseng, H.K., Wu, J.S. and Ding, Z. 2020. Implied volatility Relationships between Crude Oil and the U.S. Stock Markets: Dynamic Correlation and Spillover Effects. Resources policy. 66:101637, June 2020.
  4. Liu, Z.*, Ding, Z., Lv, T., Wu, J.S. and Qiang, W. 2019. Financial Factors Affecting Oil-Price Change and Oil-Stock interactions: A Review and Future Perspectives. Natural Hazards.        95(1-2):207-225.
  5. Malinowski, P.A.*, Wu, J.S., Pulugurtha, S. and A.S. Stillwell. 2018. Green Infrastructure retrofits with Impervious Area Reduction by Property Type: Potential Improvements to Urban Stream Quality. Journal of Sustainable Water in the Built Environment. ASCE. 4(4):0418012(1-14).
  6. Wu, J.S. and Allan, C. 2018. Vegetated Swales for Managing Stormwater Runoff from Secondary roads. Journal of Environmental Engineering, ASCE. 144(10). DOI: 10.1061/(ASCE)EE.1943-7870.0001447. 
  7. Wu, J.S., Tseng, H.K., Ferrell, J.C. and Liu, X.* 2017. Transforming Waste Management Operations to Green Energy Initiatives: Opportunities and Challenges. International Journal of Energy Economics and Policy. 7(3):50-57.
  8. Liu, Z.*, Ding, Z., Li, R., Jiang, X., Wu, J.S. and Lv, T. 2017. Research on Differences of Spillover Effects between International Crude Oil Price and Stock Markets in China and America. Natural Hazards. vol. 88, issue 1, (26):575-590. DOI 10.1007/s11069-017-2881-8.
  9. Malinowski, P.A.*, Stillwell, A.S., Wu, J.S. and Schwarz, P.M. 2015. Energy-water nexus: potential energy savings and implications for sustainable integrated water management in urban areas from rainwater harvesting and gray-water reuse. Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management, ASCE. 141(12):1-10. 
  10. Wu, J.S., Tseng, H.K. and Liu, X.* 2013. Affordability of electric vehicles for a sustainable transport system: an economic and environmental analysis. Energy Policy. 61:441-447. 
  11. Wang, P.*, Mao, X.B. and Chen, S.E. 2019. CO2 Sequestration Characteristics in the Cementitious Material Based on Gangue Backfilling Mining Method. International Journal of Mining Science and Technology. 29:721-729.
 
Infrastructure Systems
  1. Manikonda, A.*, Ogunro, V.O, Ellison, K. M., and Moo-Young, K. (2019) “Synthesis of Friedel’s Salt for Application in Halide Sequestration Using Paste Encapsulation Technology,” Geo-Congress 2019, GSP 312. ASCE, Reston, VA: 167-176
  2. Scott, D.* and Chen, S.E. (2019) “Innovative Concrete Sensing Technologies for Nuclear Power Plants,” Gradevinar, 71(1), 9-19.
  3. Wang, Y., Lu, W.S., Dai, K.S.*, Yuan, M.M. and Chen, S.E., (2018) “Dynamic Study of a Rooftop Vertical Axis Wind Turbine Tower Based on an Automated Vibration Data Processing Algorithm,” Energies, 11(11), 3135, doi:10.3390/en11113135.
  4. Yu, Y., Chen, S.E., Deng, K.Z., Wang, P.* and Fan, H.D. (2018) “Subsidence Mechanism and Stability Assessment Methods for Partial Extraction Mines for Sustainable Development of Mining Cities – A Review,” Sustainability, DOI:10.3390/su10010113.
  5. Chen, S.E., Bian, H.* and Tong, Y.* (2017) “BrIM and Scanning LiDAR – Tools for Bridge Long Term Management in the Very Near Future,” BIM视界, 3 (in Chinese).
  6. Dai, K.S.*, Chen, S.E., Loflin, G. and Luo, M. (2017) “A Framework for Holistic Designs of Power Line Systems Based on Lessons Learned from Super Typhoon Haiyan,” Sustainable Cities and Society, 35, pp. 50-364.
  7. Dai, K.S.*, Wang, J., Mao, R., Lu, Z. and Chen, S.E. (2017) “Experimental Investigation on Dynamic Characterization and Seismic Control Performance of a TLPD System,” Structural Design of Tall and Special Buildings, 26(7).
  8. Dumenu, L.*, Pando, M., Ogunro, V.O., Daniels, J.L., Moid, M.I., and Rodriguez, C. (2017) “Water Retention Characteristics of Compacted Coal Combustion Residuals”, Geotechnical Frontier 2017, GSP 279. ASCE, Reston, VA: 403 – 413.
  9. Sanusi, O.*, Tempest, B., Ogunro, V.O, and Gergely, J. (2016). "Leaching Characteristics of Geopolymer Cement Concrete Containing Recycled Concrete Aggregates." ASCE. Journal of Hazardous, Toxic, and Radioactive Waste, 20 (3): https://doi.org/10.1061/(ASCE)HZ.2153-5515.0000312
  10. Dai, K.*, D. Boyajian, W. Liu*, S.E. Chen, J. Scott and M. Schmieder (2014) “Laser-Based Field Measurement for a Bridge Finite Element Model Validation,” ASCE Journal of Performance of Constructed Facilities, 28(5), 04014024.
  11. Dai, K.*, B. Smith, S. Chen and L. Sun (2014) “Comparative Study of Bridge Management Programs and Practices in the United States and China,” Structure and Infrastructure Engineering, 10(5), 577-588.
  12. Nicholas, T.*, D. Boyajian, S.E. Chen and A. Zhou (2013) “Finite Element Modeling of the Mode I Failure of the Single Contoured Cantilever CFRP-Reinforced Concrete Beam,” Journal of Structures, v.2013, ID 138617, Dec 2013.
  13. Watson, C., S.E. Chen, H. Bian* and E. Hauser, (2013) “LiDAR Scan for Blasting Impact Evaluation on a Culvert Structure,” ASCE Journal of Performance of Constructed Facilities, 27(4), 460-467.
  14. Liu, W.Q.* and S. Chen, (2013) “Reliability Analysis of Bridge Evaluations Based on 3D LiDAR Data,” Structural Control and Health Monitoring, 20(12), 1397-1409.
  15. Liu, W.Q.*, S.E. Chen and E. Hauser (2012). “Bridge Clearance Evaluation Based on Terrestrial LiDAR Scan,” ASCE Journal of Performance of Constructed Facilities, 26(4), 469-477.
  16. Nicholas, T.*, S.E. Chen and D. Boyajian (2012). “Mode I Fatigue of the Carbon Fiber-Reinforced Plastic-Concrete Interface Bond,” Experimental Techniques, 36(4), 67-73.
  17. Watson, C., S.E. Chen, H. Bian* and E. Hauser (2012). “3D Terrestrial LiDAR for Operational Bridge Clearance Measurements,” ASCE Journal of Performance of Constructed Facilities, 26(6), 803-811.
  18. Dai, K.*, Chen, S.E., Qi, W., Conner, E., Erdle, J. and Galloway, C. (2011). “Field Testing of Directly Embedded Poles” Experimental Techniques, 35(2), 14-23.
  19. Sanusi, O.*, Tempest, B., and Ogunro, V.O. (2011). "Mitigating leachability from fly ash based geopolymer concrete using recycled concrete aggregate (RCA)”, Geo-Frontiers 2011. ASCE, Reston, VA: 1315 – 1324
  20. Ayoola, M.G.*, and Ogunro, V.O. (2008) “Leachability of Compacted Aged and Fresh Coal Combustion Fly ash under Hydraulic Flow Conditions”, GeoCongress 2008, ASCE, Reston, VA: 692 – 699.
  21. Ayoola, M.G.*, Inyang, H.I., and Ogunro, V.O. (2006). “Estimation of Freeboard Requirements against Overtopping of Surface Impoundments under Seismic Action” Environmental Geology, International Journal of Geosciences. 49. 1195-1207. 
 
Transportation Systems
  1. Chen, Z.* and Fan, W. 2020. Extracting Bus Transit Boarding and Alighting Information Using Smart Card Transaction Data, Journal of Public Transportation. 20(1).
  2. Li, Y.* and Fan, W. 2020. Modeling and Evaluating Public Transit Equity and Accessibility by Integrating General Transit Feed Specification Data: Case Study of the City of Charlotte, ASCE Journal of Transportation Engineering, Part A: Systems. 146(10).
  3. Lin, Z.* and Fan, W. 2020. Bicycle Ridership using Crowdsourced Data: Ordered Probit Model Approach, ASCE Journal of Transportation Engineering, Part A: Systems. 146(8).
  4. Liu, P.* and Fan, W. 2020. Exploring the Impact of Connected and Autonomous Vehicles on Freeway Capacity Using a Revised Intelligent Driver Model, Transportation Planning and Technology, 43(3):279-292.
  5. Liu, P.* and Fan, W. 2020. Modeling Head-on Crash Severity with Drivers under the Influence of Alcohol or Drugs (DUI) And Non- DUI, Traffic Injury Prevention, Volume 21, Issue 1, pp. 7-12, 2020Song, L.* and Fan, W., Combined Latent Class and Partial Proportional Odds Model Approach to Exploring the Heterogeneities in Truck-Involved Severities at Cross and T-Intersections, Accident Analysis and Prevention. 144:105638.
  6. Chen, Z.* and Fan, W. 2020. Analyzing Travel Time Distribution Based on Different Travel Time Reliability Patterns Using Probe Vehicle Data, International Journal of Transportation Science and Technology. 9(1):64-75.
  7. Kukkapalli, V. M.* and S. S. Pulugurtha. 2020. Modeling the Effect of a Freeway Road Construction Project on Link-Level Travel Times. Journal of Traffic and Transportation Engineering (English Edition). Available online June 2020. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jtte.2019.11.002.
  8. Mane, A. S.* and S. S. Pulugurtha. 2020. Influence of Proximal Land Use and Network Characteristics on Link Travel Time. Journal of Urban Planning and Development, https://doi.org/10.1061/(ASCE)UP.1943-5444.0000599.
  9. Mathew, S.*, Pulugurtha, S. S. 2020. Assessing the effect of a light rail transit system on road traffic travel time reliability. Public Transp 12, 313–333 (2020). https://doi.org/10.1007/s12469-020-00234-0.
  10. Song, L.* and Fan, W. 2020. Combined Latent Class and Partial Proportional Odds Model Approach to Exploring the Heterogeneities in Truck-Involved Severities at Cross and T-Intersections, Accident Analysis and Prevention. 144, 105638.
  11. Chen, Z.* and Fan, W. 2019 Modeling Pedestrian-Vehicle Crash Severity in Rural and Urban Areas: Mixed Logit Model Approach, Transportation Research Record – Journal of Transportation Research Board, https://doi.org/10.1177/0361198119842825. 2673(4):1023-1034.
  12. Duddu, V. R.*, S. S. Pulugurtha and P. Najaf*. 2019. Using Link-Level Archived Automatic Vehicle Location Data to Assess Transit System LOS at Bus-Stop Level. Transportation in Developing Economies Journal, 5, 11, https://doi.org/10.1007/s40890-019-0079-3.
  13. Koilada, K.*, A. Mane* and S. S. Pulugurtha. 2019. Odds of Work Zone Crash Occurrence and Getting Involved in Advance Warning, Transition, and Activity Areas by Injury Severity. International Association of Traffic and Safety Sciences (IATSS) Research Journal, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.iatssr.2019.07.003.
  14. Li, Y.* and Fan, W. 2019. Modelling Severity of Pedestrian-Injury in Pedestrian-Vehicle Crashes with Latent Class Clustering and Partial Proportional Odds Model: A Case Study of North Carolina, Accident Analysis and Prevention. 131:284-296.
  15. Lin, Z.* and Fan, W. 2019. Cyclist Injury Severity Analysis with Mixed Logit Models at Intersections and Non-intersection Locations, Journal of Transportation Safety & Security, https://doi.org/10.1080/19439962.2019.1628140.
  16. Mathew, S.*, S. S. Pulugurtha and A. S. Mane*. 2019. Effect of Toll Roads on Travel Time Reliability within its Vicinity: A Case Study from the state of North Carolina. Transportation Letters: The International Journal of Transportation Research, https://doi.org/10.1080/19427867.2019.1671043.
  17. Mukuko, K. K.* and S. S. Pulugurtha. 2019. Examining the Influence of Network, Land Use, and Demographic Characteristics to Estimate the Number of Bicycle-Vehicle Crashes on Urban Roads. International Association of Traffic and Safety Sciences (IATSS) Research Journal, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.iatssr.2019.04.001.
  18. Penmetsa, P*. and S. S. Pulugurtha. 2019. Risk Factors Attributed to Fatal Fixed Object Crashes on Non-Interstate Roads. Journal of Transportation Safety & Security, 11(1):102-116, https://doi.org/10.1080/19439962.2017.1356414.
  19. Reza, R. M. Z.* and S. S. Pulugurtha. 2019. Forecasting Short-Term Relative Changes in Travel Time on a Freeway. Case Studies on Transport Policy Journal. 7:205-217, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cstp.2019.03.008.
  20. Yu, M.* and Fan, W. 2019. Optimal Variable Speed Limit Control in Connected Autonomous Vehicle Environment for Relieving Freeway Congestion, ASCE Journal of Transportation Engineering, Part A: Systems, 145(4): 04019007, http://doi.org/10.1061/JTEPBS.0000227.
  21. Gong, L.* and Fan, W. 2018 Developing A Systematic Method for Identifying and Ranking Freeway Bottlenecks Using Vehicle Probe Data, ASCE Journal of Transportation Engineering, Part A: Systems. 144(3):1-14, 04017083.
  22. Mane, A. S.* and S. S. Pulugurtha. 2018. Influence of On-network, Traffic, Signal, Demographic, and Land Use Characteristics by Area Type on Red Light Violation Crashes. Accident Analysis & Prevention Journal, 120:101-113.
  23. Penmetsa, P.*, S. S. Pulugurtha and V. R. Duddu. 2018. Factors Associated with Crashes due to Overcorrection or Oversteering of Vehicles. International Association of Traffic and Safety Sciences (IATSS) Research Journal, 42(1):24-29.
  24. Penmetsa, P.* and S. S. Pulugurtha. 2018. Modeling Crash Injury Severity by Road Feature to Improve Safety. Traffic Injury Prevention Journal, 19(1):102-109, 10.1080/15389588.2017.1335396.
  25. Yu, M.* and Fan, W. 2018. Accessibility Impact of Future High-Speed Rail Corridor on the Piedmont Atlantic Megaregion, Journal of Transport Geography. 73:1-12.
  26. Yu, M.* and Fan, W. 2018. Optimal Variable Speed Limit Control at a Lane Drop Bottleneck: Genetic Algorithm Approach, ASCE Journal of Computing in Civil Engineering. 32(6):1-17, 04018049.
  27. Gong, L.* and Fan, W. 2017. Applying Travel Time Reliability Measures in Identifying and Ranking Recurrent Freeway Bottlenecks at Network Level, ASCE Journal of Transportation Engineering, Part A: Systems. 143(8):1-15, 04017042.
  28. Penmetsa, P.* and S. S. Pulugurtha. 2017. Methods to Rank Traffic Rule Violations Resulting in Crashes for Allocation of Funds. Accident Analysis & Prevention Journal. 99:192-201.
  29. Penmetsa, P.*, S. S. Pulugurtha and V. R. Duddu*. 2017. Examining Injury Severity of Not At-Fault Drivers in Two-Vehicle Crashes. Journal of Transportation Research Board, National Research Council, Transportation Research Record Series 2659, pp.164-173.
  30. Penmetsa, P.* and S. S. Pulugurtha. 2017. Risk Drivers Pose to Themselves and Other Drivers by Violating Traffic Rules. Traffic Injury Prevention Journal, 18(1):63-69, 10.1080/15389588.2016.1177637.