State-of-the-art in repair and strengthening of reinforced concrete buildings

Çelik, Cengiz


Economy in design of reinforced concrete beams of residental buildings.
Usta, Nihat; Department of Civil Engineering (1973)
State aids policy in the EU
Özmen, Melike Demirkaya; Aşçıoğlu Öz, Gamze; Department of Political Science and Public Administration (2010)
This thesis analyzes the state aids policy in EU especially by taking the post-2008 crisis implementations in the banking sector into consideration. The main goal of the thesis is to examine the questions about how the EU directs the considerably strict state aids policy in the crisis term and whether or not there has been a turn in state aids policy tradition during the crisis. For this purpose, the study, first, evaluates the competition policy as the umbrella title for state aids policy, the definition a...
State-of-the-art of simulation of sheet metal forming
Tekkaya, AE (Elsevier BV, 2000-06-01)
The paper starts with a brief historical overview to the attempts of numerical simulation of sheet metal forming. Comparison between bulk and sheet metal forming processes from the simulation point of view is given. Basic requirements of the applier to the simulation tools are summarized. Various possible methodologies are briefly discussed. Special emphasis is given to the static explicit and dynamic implicit finite element procedures. Also different element types are overviewed. Available important commer...
The control of production rate in the earth-fill dam construction.
Aslantamer, Fatma; Department of Civil Engineering (1985)
An investigation of strengthening of historical masonry constructions by steel skeleton
Küçükdoğan, Bilge; Ünay, Ali İhsan; Department of Building Science in Architecture (2007)
Historical masonry structures are important cultural assets which reveal the social, archaeological, aesthetic, economical, political, architectural and technical features of their times. Within the course of the time, the structures have been exposed to the destructive effects of the nature and the man. Some has been able to survive somehow and others were totally ruined. Most of the remained structures are in vulnerable condition to upcoming effects and for the continuity of their presence, structural str...
Citation Formats
C. Çelik, “State-of-the-art in repair and strengthening of reinforced concrete buildings,” Middle East Technical University, 1994.