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Over the last couple of years, several research projects have developed systems which allow for the design of demountable composite structural elements. A pilot project, ‘la Petite Maison’, has been designed and built next to the University of Luxembourg in Belval, Luxembourg. Source: Dragos...
The building and construction sector is responsible for approximately 40 % of global carbon emissions, and if improvement is not made in the short term, this impact will probably double in the next 20 years. Recently, the European Green Deal set a target of achieving net‐zero greenhouse gas...
Structural health monitoring is the process of implementing a continuous damage detection strategy to optimize the inspection and maintenance schedules of bridges, and extend their lifespans. One of the main challenges of automated damage detection is the lack of data on damaged states, which...
The failure of steel cylindrical shells with carbon fiber‐reinforced polymers (CFRP) under hydrostatic pressure is studied in this article by experimental tests and the finite element method. Simulations were performed for 12 cylindrical shells with different dent numbers, dent depths, and two...
The article presents the current status of the revision of EN 1993‐1‐11 with regard to the design of saddles and clamps for ropes or for parallel wire tension components for suspended structures. The focus here is on presenting a general approach for clamps. For saddles, emphasis is on types...
Steel and composite structures usually have interfaces to concrete walls or concrete foundations. The design and verification of the interaction between steel and concrete is challenging because the load‐carrying behaviour as well as the different material properties have to be taken into...
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