Structural lightweight concrete produced with pumice and Leçelik aggregates

Şatana, Onur Alp


Structural lightweight concrete with natural perlite aggregate and perlite powder
Aşık, Mesut; Turanlı, Lutfullah; Department of Civil Engineering (2006)
Structural lightweight aggregate concrete is an important and versatile material, which offers a range of technical, economic and environmental-enhancing and preserving advantages and is designed to become a dominant material in the new millennium. For structural application of lightweight concrete, the density is often more important than the strength. A decreased density for the same strength level reduces the self-weight, foundation size and construction costs. Structural lightweight aggregate concrete g...
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Berkman, Rıdvan Metin; Ersoy, Uğur; Department of Civil Engineering (1976)
Concrete masonry construction for houses.
Şansal, Mustafa; Department of Building Sciences (1986)
Structural puice concrete.
Atasu, M. Levent; Department of Civil Engineering (1985)
Seismic isolation of foundations by composite liners
Kalpakçı, Volkan; Özkan, M. Yener; Department of Civil Engineering (2013)
In this research, the dynamic behavior of a seismic isolation system composed of high strength geotextile placed over an ultra-high molecular weight polyethylene (UHMWPE) geomembrane (together called as composite liner) beneath the structure is investigated experimentally. The results of the shaking table experiments which were performed on model structures both under harmonic and modified earthquake motions with and without the seismic isolation (composite liner system), are presented in the thesis. The ma...
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O. A. Şatana, “Structural lightweight concrete produced with pumice and Leçelik aggregates,” Middle East Technical University, 1994.