Year: 2021 Issue: 1 (101)
Pages: 168
1056 9906
Publication schedule
  • №6 October 2021
  • №7 November 2021
  • №8 December 2021
  • №1 February 2022

Cold-formed steel joints with partial warping restraint

Structural mechanics
  • 65
  • 520
  • Pages: 10101-10101

Behavior of light-gauge steel beams filled with recycled concrete

Structural mechanics
  • 212
  • 2584
  • Pages: 10102-10102

Poly(ethylene terephthalate) composite material with modified fly ash filler

Building Materials
  • 40
  • 425
  • Pages: 10103-10103

Sodium alginate emulsions for asphalt concrete modifiers encapsulating: structural rheological properties

Building Materials
  • 42
  • 420
  • Pages: 10104-10104

Bond strength in PVA fibre reinforced fly ash-based geopolymer concrete

Building Materials
  • 62
  • 635
  • Pages: 10105-10105

Predicting creep deformation of asphalts modified with polymer using artificial neural networks

Building Materials
  • 49
  • 533
  • Pages: 10106-10106

Basalt fiber reinforced expanded clay concrete for building structures

Building Materials
  • 72
  • 643
  • Pages: 10107-10107

Strength of concrete columns reinforced with Glass fiber reinforced polymer

Structural mechanics
  • 74
  • 688
  • Pages: 10108-10108

Stabilization of lateritic soil for masonry applications

Grounds and foundations, underground structures
  • 44
  • 478
  • Pages: 10109-10109

Flood events dynamics estimation methodology in a GIS environment

Hydraulics and Engineering Hydrology
  • 35
  • 408
  • Pages: 10110-10110

Stochastic model of the construction process implemented with application of sliding formwork

Building constructions, buildings and structures
  • 30
  • 449
  • Pages: 10111-10111

Silica concrete compressive behavior under alternating magnetic field

Building Materials
  • 43
  • 498
  • Pages: 10112-10112

Strength of ultra-high rockfill dam concrete face

Hydraulic engineering
  • 76
  • 639
  • Pages: 10113-10113

Integration of digital twin and BIM technologies within factories of the future

Technology and organization of construction
  • 150
  • 986
  • Pages: 10114-10114