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Dr. Charles Moretti, P.E.
UND Civil Engineering
Upson II Room 260A
243 Centennial Drive Stop 8115
Grand Forks, ND 58202-8115
PH: (701) 777-5150
Areas of Interest: Environmental Engineering
Joined the Civil Engineering Department: August 1991
1. Educational Background
Ph.D. Engineering, University of Pittsburgh, December 1984
M.S. Civil Engineering, University of Pittsburgh, June 1982
B.S. Biology, University of Cincinnati, June 1973
2. Professional Experience
Associate Professor and Chair, Civil Engineering Dept., Univ. of North Dakota, 1999 – Pres.
Associate Professor, Civil Engineering Department, Univ. of North Dakota, 1997 - 1999
Assistant Professor, Civil Engineering Department, Univ. of North Dakota, 1991 - 1997
3. Other Related Experience
Research Scientist, UND Energy and Environmental Research Center, Grand Forks, ND
1985 – 1991
4. Consulting, patents, etc.
North Dakota Department of Transportation – Collected and analyzed data on corrosion of reinforcing steel on three bridge overpasses on Interstate 29 in Fargo, North Dakota, 2004 – 2008.
5. Professional Registration
Licensed Professional Engineer, State of North Dakota
6. Principle Publications of Last Five Years
Moretti, C.J. and Jerath, S., “Bridge Monitoring to Measure Corrosion Rate and Concrete Resistively,” Chapter in Safety and Reliability of Bridge Structures, by K. M. Mahmoud. London: CRC Press/Balkema, 2009.
Mamaghani, I.H.P., Moretti, C., Docktor, B.A., Falkin, L. and Tonnenson, J., Evaluation of Penetrating Sealers for Reinforced Concrete Bridge Decks, Journal of the Transportation Research Board, No. 2108, pp. 86-96, 2009, Washington, D.C.
Mamaghani, I.H.P., Moretti, C., Docktor, B.A., Falkin, L. and Tonnenson, J., “Evaluation of Penetrating Sealers for Reinforced Concrete Bridge Decks,” on TRB 2009 Annual Meeting CD ROM, Transportation Research Board, Washington, D.C., January 11-15, 2009, Paper No. 09-0497.
Jerath, S. and Moretti, C.J. “Enhancing Durability of Bridge Decks,” Chapter in Improving Utilization of Resources, Momentum Press, U.S.A., 2010. (In press)
Jerath, S. and Moretti, C.J. “Enhancement of Service Life of Bridge Decks by Using Mineral Admixtures,” Proceedings of the International Conference on Enhancing Resource Effectiveness in the Workplace (ICEREW), August 3 -5, 2009, Kathmandu, Nepal.
Moretti, C.J., and Jerath, S., “Bridge Monitoring to Measure Corrosion Rate and Concrete Resistivity,” to be presented at the 5th New York City Bridge Conference, Aug. 17-18, 2009, New York, NY.
Moretti, C.J., “Bridge Corrosion Monitoring Report,” Final Project Report Submitted to the North Dakota Department of Transportation, August 2008.
Jerath, S., Moretti, C.J., and Abolmaali, A., and Johnson, G., “Use of Industrial By-Products as Cementitious Materials in Concrete Bridge Decks,” presented at the 3rd International Conf. on Environmental Science and Technology, Aug. 6-9, 2007, Houston, TX.
Moretti, C.J., “Effects of Water Reducer Admixtures on Concrete Strength and Durability,” Final Project Report Submitted to the North Dakota Department of Transportation, February 2003.
7. Scientific and Professional Societies
ASCE - Member
ASEE - Member
Tau Beta PI – Member
8. Honors and Awards
Tau Beta PI
University Scholar - University of Pittsburgh
Twice nominated for University of North Dakota Outstanding Teaching Award
9. Institutional/Professional Service Last Five Years
University Essential Studies Committee, Member, 2008 to Pres.
University Seed Money Awards Committee, Chair, 2005 to Pres.
School of Engineering and Mines Curriculum Committee, Chair, 2004 to Pres.
School of Engineering and Mines Strategic Planning Committee, Member, 2008 to Pres.
University Outstanding Research Faculty/Department Selection Committee, Member, 2007 to Pres.
Chair of Civil Engineering Department, 2000 to Pres.
Civil Engineering Department Assessment Committee, Member, 2000 to Pres.
10. Time Percentages: (Teaching, Research, Service, Civil Engineering Program)
40%, 10%, 10%, 40%