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2005 m. tomas XI, Nr. 2

Eil. Nr. Dokument┼│ s─ůra┼ías I┼ísaugoti
1 M. Abramowicz, R. Kowalski. The influence of short time water cooling on the mechanical properties of concrete heated up to high temperature
2 A. Kaklauskas, M. Gikys. Increasing efficiency of multiple listing service systems applying web-based decision support system for real estate
3 Z. Kala, J. Kala, M. Škaloud and B. Teplż. Sensitivity analysis of the effect of initial imperfections on the (i) ultimate load and (ii) fatigue behaviour of steel plate girders
4 M. Kosior-Kazberuk, W. Jezierski. Evaluation of concrete resistance to chloride ions penetration by means of electric resistivity monitoring
5 A. Lapko, B. Sadowska-Buraczewska, A. Tomaszewicz. Experimental and numerical analysis of flexural composite beams with partial use of high strength/high performance concrete
6 E. Raue, E. Tartsch. Experimental results of fatigue and sustained load tests on autoclaved aerated concrete
7 V. J. Stauskis, M. Mickaitis. Vibration attenuation at asymmetric cross-form joints of buildings
8 L. ┼áeduikyt─Ś, R. Bli┼źd┼żius. Pollutants emission from building materials and their influence on indoor air quality and people performance in offices
9 R. Zamblauskait─Ś, G. Kaklauskas and D. Bacinskas. Deformational analysis of prestressed high-strength concrete members using flexural constitutive model
10 V. ┼Żiogas, S. Juo─Źi┼źnas. Design and installation peculiarities of monolithic concrete floor