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"IDI Quarterly" is to globalize the field of infrastructure in Japan and around the world. Published every three months from July 1996, "IDI Quarterly"; is brimming with the latest information about infrastructure in Japan, including administrative, institutional and legal arrangements, planning and construction technology and other items if interest.

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No.78 September
2017
  • Stabilizer Construction Method
    1.Background of Technology Development
    2.Detailed Description of the Technology
    3.Advantage of the Technology
    4.Applicability
    5.Installation Record (Example of construction)
(PDF 2300KB)NEW
No.77 May
2017
  • Web site for urban infrastructure technologies in Japan
(PDF 1240KB)
No.76 March 2017
  •  [Report]  Example of Construction of Deep Underground Cable Tunnel in Singapore
    −EW1 construction section−
(PDF 1150KB)
No.75 December 2016The 18th Infrastructure Technology Development Award 2016
  • Ultra-high-strength Fiber reinforced Concrete (UFC) Cured at Normal Temperature "SLIM-Crete"
  • The development of the flap gate type land locks
  • Short Stroke Seismic Isolation System for Urban Buildings
(PDF 2810KB)
No.74 December 2016
  • The Geofiber method - Protecting slopes with environment-conscious continuous fiber reinforced soil
(PDF 1180KB)
No.73 September 2016
  • New Raft Foundation Method (TNF Method) for Soft Ground
  • Conservation and maintenance technologies offered by Kawasaki Geological Engineering
(PDF 1285KB)
No.72 June 2016
  • Evaluation of Soil Liquefaction Potential by Screw Driving Sounding Test in Residential Areas
  • RAKUNA-IV : A New Double-Layer System Wave-Dissipating Block
(PDF 934KB)NEW
No.71 March 2016 The 17th Infrastructure Technology Development Award 2015
  • High Durable Concrete with Seawater
  • Countermeasure against Liquefaction and Mitigation of Global Warming by Log Piling
(PDF 1227KB)
No.70 December 2015 The 17th Infrastructure Technology Development Award 2015
  • Fluidized Bed Incinerator with Turbocharger
  • Tunnel Enlargement Method for Shield Tunneling with Segments
  • Hybrid Tsunami Protection Wall to enable “ultra” rapid construction
(PDF 2030KB)
No.69 September 2015 i-SENSOR Monitoring System
  1. Needs for Monitoring
  2. Overview of i-SENSOR
  3. Related Products of i-SENSOR
  4. Application Examples of i-SENSOR
  5. Notification and Recommendation
(PDF 1535KB)
No.68 April 2015 The 16th Infrastructure Technology Development Award 2014
  • Inclined-Braceless Excavation Support (IBES)
  • High-Precision Topographical Survey and Tunnel Investigation Using Mobile Survey Technology
(PDF 1750KB)
No.67 December 2014 The 16th Infrastructure Technology Development Award 2014
  • Floating type temporary cofferdam method
  • Reduction of Construction Machine Noise Using Active Noise Control
(PDF 1730KB)
No.66 April 2014 The 15th Infrastructure Technology Development Award 2013
  • Dual Anchored Sheet Pile Wall Method
  • 4D Sonar Construction Technology

    JFE Engineering starts to construct J/V steel bridge fabrication factory with MOC of Myanmar

    Coastal surge barrier by utilizing quake wreckage rubbles

(PDF 2180KB)
No.65 November 2013 The 15th Infrastructure Technology Development Award 2013
  • Soil Separator/Multi-Purpose Construction Method
  • Rainfall-Runoff-Inundation (RRI) Model

    JFE Engineering starts to construct J/V steel bridge fabrication factory with MOC of Myanmar

    Coastal surge barrier by utilizing quake wreckage rubbles

(PDF 2180KB)

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