Year: 2022 Issue: 7 (115)
Pages: 160
116 1097
Publication schedule
  • №8 December 2022

Model of pile-frozen soil interaction in a closed form

Grounds and foundations, underground structures
  • 17
  • 88
  • Pages: 11501-11501

Comparative feasibility analysis of fly ash bricks, clay bricks and fly ash incorporated clay bricks

Building Materials
  • 24
  • 164
  • Pages: 11502-11502

Water treatment residue and coal fly ash geopolymers

Building Materials
  • 13
  • 148
  • Pages: 11503-11503

Contact interaction of multilayer slabs with an inhomogeneous base

Structural mechanics
  • 1
  • 59
  • Pages: 11504-11504

Resilient modulus model of asphalt mixture using steel slag

Engineering and construction of roads, subways, airfields, bridges and transport tunnels
  • 2
  • 58
  • Pages: 11505-11505

Stress-strain state of CFRD with a decrease in friction at the face-sidewall contact

Hydraulic engineering
  • 8
  • 56
  • Pages: 11506-11506

Complex modified additive for concrete based on industrial waste

Building Materials
  • 11
  • 80
  • Pages: 11507-11507

Topology design of plane bar systems based on polygonal discretization

Structural mechanics
  • 7
  • 70
  • Pages: 11508-11508

Workability of warm mix asphalt additives and mechanical property characterization of asphalt concrete

Engineering and construction of roads, subways, airfields, bridges and transport tunnels
  • 1
  • 65
  • Pages: 11509-11509

High performance lightweight concretes for 3D printing

Building Materials
  • 7
  • 66
  • Pages: 11510-11510

Durable concrete in sewerage using non-grinded rice husk ash and water-permeable mould

Building Materials
  • 1
  • 57
  • Pages: 11511-11511

Compressive strength prediction model of lightweight high-strength concrete

Structural mechanics
  • 5
  • 66
  • Pages: 11512-11512

Influence of the technological foam concrete manufacturing process on its pore structure

Building Materials
  • 14
  • 63
  • Pages: 11513-11513

Influence of NaOH-concentration and blast-furnace-slag on the properties of geopolymer mortars

Building Materials
  • 3
  • 57
  • Pages: 11514-11514