Sveuciliste J.J. Strossmayera u Osijeku

Osijek, Croatia

Sveuciliste J.J. Strossmayera u Osijeku

Osijek, Croatia
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Doksanovic T.,Sveuciliste J.J. Strossmayera u Osijeku | Markulak D.,Sveuciliste J.J. Strossmayera u Osijeku | Dzeba I.,University of Zagreb
Gradjevinar | Year: 2014

Although aluminium is a structural material that has been present on the market for a long time, its use is not in accordance with the benefits that can be achieved by its application. While it is similar to steel, there are significant differences between these materials, both in manufacturing and in physical and mechanical properties. Due to such differences, these materials exhibit distinct features in the areas of cross sectional and elements stability and welds. These areas are still an active field of research due to a large number of alloys, processing methods, and cross-sectional shapes.


Bosnjak-Klecina M.,Sveuciliste J.J. Strossmayera u Osijeku | Lozancic S.,Sveuciliste J.J. Strossmayera u Osijeku
Tehnicki Vjesnik | Year: 2010

The requirement to determine the bearing capacity of older brick buildings is being raised more and more frequently. The problem is in defining of inbuilt materials properties. Familiarity with brick material used in their construction is insufficient for the approach to more accurate structural analysis. The biggest unknown is represented by those physical and mechanical properties of brick structures relevant for their bearing capacity against horizontal displacement and bending the compressive strength of mortar, adhesion strength of mortar against horizontal displacement and bending, the tensile strength of wall. These properties, in the function of brick porousness, are its initial capillary absorption and strength. The physical and mechanical properties of bricks from old sacral buildings were tested.At the same time, for the comparison purpose, nowadays materials have been tested too. The possibility and reliability of onemethod for the determination of the compressive strength of mortar "in situ" have been investigated. The method was proposed 30 years ago in Czechoslovakia, but it remained unknown to wider expert audience. The method is simple, quick and practical. It requires the preparation of very simple equipment for testing and calibration of a greater number of simple laboratory samples and it might be applicable in construction site conditions afterwards.

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