Year: 2018 Issue: 2 (78)
Pages: 178
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Publication schedule
  • №1 February 2023
  • №2 April 2023
  • №3 May 2023
  • №4 July 2023

Alternative engineering of steel girder cages by geometrical methods

Structural mechanics
  • 51
  • 1673
  • Pages: 3-15

The behavior of concentric brace with bounded fuse

Building constructions, buildings and structures
  • 14
  • 1750
  • Pages: 16-29

Bearing capacity of facade systems fixing to sandwich panels

Monitoring and testing of buildings and structures
  • 71
  • 2089
  • Pages: 30-46

Dynamic factors in case of damaging continuous beam supports

Monitoring and testing of buildings and structures
  • 29
  • 1950
  • Pages: 47-64

Payback period of investments in energy saving

Energy efficiency and thermal protection of buildings
  • 377
  • 3994
  • Pages: 65-75

Flow states in the classical Venturi channel water gauge

Hydraulics and Engineering Hydrology
  • 24
  • 1619
  • Pages: 76-90

Method of forecasting the effectiveness of cationic bitumen emulsions

Building Materials
  • 33
  • 1708
  • Pages: 91-100

Refined methods for calculating and designing engineering structures

Technology and organization of construction
  • 22
  • 1547
  • Pages: 101-115

Influence of heat conducting inclusions on reliability of the system “sandwich panel – metal frame”

Energy efficiency and thermal protection of buildings
  • 31
  • 2100
  • Pages: 116-127

Heat dissipation of cement and calculation of crack resistance of concrete massifs

Monitoring and testing of buildings and structures
  • 39
  • 1899
  • Pages: 128-135

Deformation compatibility of masonry and composite materials

Building constructions, buildings and structures
  • 38
  • 1913
  • Pages: 136-150

Silica fumes of different types for high-performance fine-grained concrete

Building Materials
  • 70
  • 2002
  • Pages: 151-160

The temperature waves motion in hollow thick-walled cylinder

Energy efficiency and thermal protection of buildings
  • 20
  • 1607
  • Pages: 161-168

Adaptive finite-element models in structural health monitoring systems

Technology and organization of construction
  • 57
  • 1817
  • Pages: 169-178