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Ahmet Hadrovic

Article ID: 4071
Views - 307  (Abstract) PDF - 40  (Download)
Abstract: This paper is based on a scientific methodology developed by its author (1987) in his doctoral dissertation and later (2004) published in a book. According to this methodology, architecture is understood as a system consisting of four basic elements: Environment, Man, Boundaries and Perspectives. As a case study, ...
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Zhongkun Zhang

Article ID: 4075
Views - 239  (Abstract) PDF - 21  (Download)
Abstract: Through the systematic analysis of the ground settlement generated by the process of shield tunneling, the relationships between ground deformation and construction parameters are studied in this paper. Based on the assumption of linear small deformation, a mathematical model of the relationship between ground def...
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John F.Y. Yeung, Daniel W.M. Chan

Article ID: 4106
Views - 288  (Abstract) PDF - 24  (Download)
Abstract: Earlier research works on fire risk evaluation indicated that an objective, reliable, comprehensive, and practical fire risk evaluation model is essential for mitigating fire occurrence in building construction sites. Nevertheless, real empirical studies in this research area are quite limited. This journal paper ...
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Siddesh K. pai, Neeraj Anand, Ankut Mittal

Article ID: 4157
Views - 259  (Abstract) PDF - 20  (Download)
Abstract: On-time completion of road infrastructure projects is a critical goal. When projects were not completed on schedule and real construction progress is slower than expected, the inconvenience and disruption to business access increases. On time completion is linked to economic and social welfare, as well as safety. ...
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Mamaru Dessalegn Belay

Article ID: 4049
Views - 273  (Abstract) PDF - 20  (Download)
Abstract: Concrete is the most generally used construction material in buildings, pavements, and infrastructures. Concrete is a construction material composed of cement as binder, fine aggregates and coarse aggregates mixed with water which hardens with time. Concrete is a versatile construction material within the housing ...
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Akande O.K., Lembi J.J., Momoh M.S.

Article ID: 4137
Views - 239  (Abstract) PDF - 14  (Download)
Abstract: Buildings are designed to offer protection to the occupants against harsh outdoor environment thereby enhancing optimal indoor comfort. Over the years, there have been a rise in population of students applying for admission into tertiary institution, which has led to an increase in the number of students that resi...
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