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  • Fibre reinforced concrete:fracture mechanics methods applied on self-compacting concrete and energetically modified binders

    Groth, Patrik (2000)
    Fibre reinforced concrete (FRC) is a type of building material that is increasing in use. As new types on concrete develops the need to update the knowledge on the use of fibre reinforcement increases. This thesis covers test methods for FRC that ranges from standard beam tests to sophisticated uniaxial tension tests. The consequence of applying fibre reinforcement in concrete made using various modified cementitious binders has also been studied. The binders used in this study are energetica...

    Weight characterizations of discrete Hardy and Carleman type inequalities

    Okpoti, Christopher (2005)
    This thesis deals with some generalizations of the discrete Hardy and Carleman type inequalities and the relations between them. In Chapter 1 we give an introduction and overview of the area that serves as a frame for the rest of the thesis. In particular, a fairly complete description of the development of discrete Hardy and Carleman type inequalities in one and more dimensions can be found in this chapter. In Chapter 2 we consider some scales of weight characterizations for the one-dimensio...

    Prefabricerade samverkansbroar:en studie av torra farbanefogar

    Hällmark, Robert (2012)
    Denna avhandling behandlar ämnet prefabricerade samverkansbroar i allmänhet och prefabricerade betongelementfarbanor med torra fogar i synnerhetPrefabricering är ett ämne som har diskuterats i byggbranschen under de senaste decennierna. Husbyggnadsindustrin har gjort stora framsteg i riktning mot ett mer industriellt tänkande, i vilket prefabricering, Lean och BIM är viktiga pusselbitar. Även i brobranschen har mängder med forskningsprojekt utförts runt om i världen och flertalet olika prefab...

    Supporting informal communication in distributed engineering design teams

    Törlind, Peter; Larsson, Andreas (2002)
    Successful teamwork in geographically distributed teams is highly dependent on tools that support informal communication, such as opportunistic and spontaneous interaction. Such informal communication is responsible for much of the information flow in an organization. This paper presents how informal communication was supported in the Distributed Team Innovation project, a joint product development effort between Luleå University of Technology, Stanford University and Volvo Car Corporation. A...
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