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Nazanin Nafisi, Osman Mohd Tahir, Sara Nafisi, Nazri Ishak

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Abstract: Residents have chosen to be living in urban regions in recent years largely due to the accessibility of job opportunities and public services. These led to a fast increase in the amount of people live in urban regions and cities. As a result, a large amount of the property used fo...
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Mª Dolores Álvarez Elipe

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Abstract: “Push-and-pull” efficient structures have been inconceivable between XVIII centuries. It is because of the incapacity of obtain an efficient behaviour of tensioned material. Since XVIII centuries, architecture developed some structural knowledge generating novel structural forms in the architectu...
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Chidozie Maduabuchukwu Nwakaire, Chukwurah Henry Aginam, Chinenye Alfred Chidolue

Views - 157  (Abstract) PDF - 36  (Download)
Abstract: Rice Husk Ash (RHA) has been found as a potential partial replacement for cement in concrete. This study attempts to make an evidence based evaluation of the sustainability and benefits of RHA utilisation as partial replacement of cement in road concrete works within Anambra State of Nigeria. The...
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Jin Ma

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Abstract: The construction method of continuous paving of the upper and lower base of the water stable macadam base can improve the construction efficiency, overcome the quality problems of the traditional layered paving of the upper and lower base, such as untimely curing, slow construction, poor interlay...
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Ibrahima Sow, Ibrahima Khalil Cisse, Souleymane Mbingue

Views - 154  (Abstract) PDF - 28  (Download)
Abstract: The study of the performance of raw clay bricks has made it possible to develop laterite in Eco village construction projects. Identification tests (particle size analysis, Atterberg limits, Proctor, shrinkage limit, and sand equivalent) made it possible to characterize the laterite, the sand, an...
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