• H. Carasek, M. Jungblut, P. Passos, O. Cascudo
    Current Topics and Trends on Durability of Building Materials and Components, Serrat et al. (Eds).

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    This study aimed to evaluate the influence of different types of metakaolin and curing conditions on mortars depth of carbonation. To do so, prismatic mortar specimens were [...]

  • P. Vila, M. Pereyra
    Current Topics and Trends on Durability of Building Materials and Components, Serrat et al. (Eds).

    Abstract
    The accelerated mortar bar test (AMBT) is used to evaluate the potential expansion of the aggregate for the alkali-silica reaction. In this test, the aggregate should meet [...]

  • J. Braun, F. Maranhão, R. Monte
    Current Topics and Trends on Durability of Building Materials and Components, Serrat et al. (Eds).

    Abstract
    The service life of buildings can be associated with the durability of enveloping the elements, e.g., the flat roofs that are constantly exposed to environmental agents. Waterproof [...]

  • M. Nicolella, R. Landolfi, A. Pino
    Current Topics and Trends on Durability of Building Materials and Components, Serrat et al. (Eds).

    Abstract
    The performance decay of a building component is influenced by a huge variety of parameters, interacting between them and determining different results in terms of service [...]

  • S. Sahyoun, L. Wang, H. Ge, M. Defo, M. Lacasse
    Current Topics and Trends on Durability of Building Materials and Components, Serrat et al. (Eds).

    Abstract
    Today, it is globally known that climate change needs to be addressed to mitigate its harmful effects on our environment. It is also common knowledge that the contribution [...]

  • G. Cheirchanteri
    Current Topics and Trends on Durability of Building Materials and Components, Serrat et al. (Eds).

    Abstract
    Stone masonry is the oldest form of construction in the world until the beginning of the 20th century. The first stone walls were constructed by farmers and primitive people [...]

  • Q. Phung, A. Varzina, J. Perko, D. Jacques, N. Maes, Ö. Cizer
    Current Topics and Trends on Durability of Building Materials and Components, Serrat et al. (Eds).

    Abstract
    Many environments to which concrete is exposed are highly aggressive due to various chemical components. In such environments, concrete is subjected to processes of chemical [...]

  • L. Wang, H. Ge, L. Wang
    Current Topics and Trends on Durability of Building Materials and Components, Serrat et al. (Eds).

    Abstract
    In recent years, stochastic modeling has been increasingly applied to investigate the uncertainties of input parameters in hygrothermal simulation and the moisture damage [...]

  • P. Reiterman, V. Davidová
    Current Topics and Trends on Durability of Building Materials and Components, Serrat et al. (Eds).

    Abstract
    The volume changes of cement-based composites are significantly exhibited during the hardening process. Initial phases of the hardening are complemented by the expansion due [...]

  • S. Santamari­a-Fernandez, A. Eizaguirre-Iribar, X. Olano-Azkune
    Current Topics and Trends on Durability of Building Materials and Components, Serrat et al. (Eds).

    Abstract
    The durability of materials used in buildings has been widely studied and, in many cases, there are standards to assess it. However, studies on how pathologies affect the [...]

  • T. Peng, J. Casas, J. Turmo
    Current Topics and Trends on Durability of Building Materials and Components, Serrat et al. (Eds).

    Abstract
    Due to the inevitable degradation of material properties in structures in daily use, such as stiffness degradation due to cracking in concrete elements, their durability will [...]

  • E. Brandt, M. Morelli
    Current Topics and Trends on Durability of Building Materials and Components, Serrat et al. (Eds).

    Abstract
    The service life of roofs depends not only on the quality of materials and components but also on several other factors such as workmanship, maintenance, design and substrate. [...]

  • F. Spörel
    Current Topics and Trends on Durability of Building Materials and Components, Serrat et al. (Eds).

    Abstract
    Waterway structures like locks are exposed to a severe freeze-thaw-attack. A sufficient resistance of concrete against this exposure has to be assured. In Germany the concrete [...]

  • E. Hansen, ø. Nielsen, E. Møller, R. Peuhkuri
    Current Topics and Trends on Durability of Building Materials and Components, Serrat et al. (Eds).

    Abstract
    Previously, only solutions with long-term experience were used in the building sector and it was sufficient to describe, e.g. in the building regulations, how they should [...]

  • A. Eriguchi, H. Fujiwara, H. Itaya, T. Wakabayashi, S. Otani, Y. Isaka
    Current Topics and Trends on Durability of Building Materials and Components, Serrat et al. (Eds).

    Abstract
    This examined the performance of the iron-foil sensor in concrete and its relationship with the amount of chloride in the solution simulating concrete. The corrosion sensor [...]

  • T. Kawato, I. Kurashige
    Current Topics and Trends on Durability of Building Materials and Components, Serrat et al. (Eds).

    Abstract
    In recent years, the use of granulated blast furnace slag (GBFS) sand as fine aggregate in concrete has been increasingly discussed from the viewpoint of environmental impact [...]

  • S. Ott, P. Aondio
    Current Topics and Trends on Durability of Building Materials and Components, Serrat et al. (Eds).

    Abstract
    With the introduction of new building products made of planar glued board lamellas, the CLT, the restriction of load-bearing structures to linear and thus additively used [...]

  • S. Sato, Y. Masuda, M. Kakegawa
    Current Topics and Trends on Durability of Building Materials and Components, Serrat et al. (Eds).

    Abstract
    Reinforced concrete (RC) specimens were treated using different combinations of surface coating and/or patch repair methods and materials, left in a coastal region with frost [...]

  • K. Goulouti, M. Giorgi, D. Favre, S. Lasvaux
    Current Topics and Trends on Durability of Building Materials and Components, Serrat et al. (Eds).

    Abstract
    This paper presents a new service life database (DUREE database) for building elements, based on international service life data. The database includes 7‘000 service life [...]

  • H. Hedayatnia, N. Bossche
    Current Topics and Trends on Durability of Building Materials and Components, Serrat et al. (Eds).

    Abstract
    Understanding how climate change accelerates or slows down the process of material deterioration is the first step towards assessing adaptive approaches for the preservation [...]

  • M. Resende, D. Meirelles, G. Boriolo, L. Oliveira
    Current Topics and Trends on Durability of Building Materials and Components, Serrat et al. (Eds).

    Abstract
    Gypsum boards with glass mat reinforcement are used in light weight facade systems. These boards were recently brought to the Brazilian market. Therefore, there are few studies [...]

  • S. Das, K. Sarkar
    Current Topics and Trends on Durability of Building Materials and Components, Serrat et al. (Eds).

    Abstract
    Driving rain is one of the most critical sources of moisture affecting the hygrothermal and durability performance of building envelopes. The estimation of severity in terms [...]

  • N. Tsuchiya, K. Nemoto
    Current Topics and Trends on Durability of Building Materials and Components, Serrat et al. (Eds).

    Abstract
    Existing RC Buildings have some cracks and the repairing service might last the buildings for long life. The durability of the RC component is evaluated by several ways as [...]

  • U. Bektimirova, E. Sharafutdinov, C. Shon, D. Zhang, J. Kim
    Current Topics and Trends on Durability of Building Materials and Components, Serrat et al. (Eds).

    Abstract
    This paper is the study of sulfate attack resistance of reactive powder concrete (RPC). RPC that is also known as ultra-high performance concrete is a special type of concrete [...]

  • T. Ishida, R. Kitagaki, H. Hagihara, Y. Elakneswaran
    Current Topics and Trends on Durability of Building Materials and Components, Serrat et al. (Eds).

    Abstract
    Multi-scale analysis of photodegradation are conducted for pigmented coating containing acrylic urethane + TiO2 pigment and for non-pigmented coating containing only acrylic [...]

  • I. Kurashige
    Current Topics and Trends on Durability of Building Materials and Components, Serrat et al. (Eds).

    Abstract
    Ion diffusion through cement-based barrier is key to safe radionuclide transfer in intermediate radioactive waste disposal facilities. The purpose of this research is to elicit [...]

  • V. Zohrabyan, T. Braml, T. Zircher, M. Keuser
    Current Topics and Trends on Durability of Building Materials and Components, Serrat et al. (Eds).

    Abstract
    Nowadays ensuring the safety of people and the protection of infrastructure is a socially relevant topic, which requires a thorough investigation. The Institute of concrete [...]

  • S. Ardi, B. Diker, P. Bahri
    Current Topics and Trends on Durability of Building Materials and Components, Serrat et al. (Eds).

    Abstract
    Decrease in performance of building facades, components, and materials before their service life is an unexpected situation. Therefore, detecting the probable causes of these [...]

  • T. Makaveckas, R. Bliūdžius, A. Levinskytė
    Current Topics and Trends on Durability of Building Materials and Components, Serrat et al. (Eds).

    Abstract
    For most building insulation materials, dependency of the thermal conductivity on temperature is close to linear, and it increases with rising materials temperature, but the [...]

  • T. Sato, H. Fujiwara, M. Maruoka, L. Lingling
    Current Topics and Trends on Durability of Building Materials and Components, Serrat et al. (Eds).

    Abstract
    Concrete cracking caused by drying shrinkage adversely affects the durability of a structure. The results of past research has shown that drying shrinkage can be reduced by [...]

  • K. Sotiriadis, M. Hlobil, J. Toušek, D. Machová, P. Mácová, M. Vopálenský, A. Viani
    Current Topics and Trends on Durability of Building Materials and Components, Serrat et al. (Eds).

    Abstract
    The durability of Portland-limestone cement with high limestone content was monitored at conditions promoting thaumasite formation. Pore structure and deterioration characteristics [...]

  • M. Carretero-Ayuso
    Current Topics and Trends on Durability of Building Materials and Components, Serrat et al. (Eds).

    Abstract
    This paper focuses on the study and quantifications of pathologies in solar energy, gas, cooling, heating and ventilation installations, based on complaints filed in the courts [...]

  • P. Benítez, F. Rodrigues, S. Talukdar, S. Gavilán
    Current Topics and Trends on Durability of Building Materials and Components, Serrat et al. (Eds).

    Abstract
    The negative effects of climate change are underway despite the global efforts to mitigate them and the future scenario are unsettling. Climate change poses critical challenges [...]

  • H. Miyauchi
    Current Topics and Trends on Durability of Building Materials and Components, Serrat et al. (Eds).

    Abstract
    The utilization of drones is expected to streamline the process of building inspection in Japan; however, no known drone utilization platform exists in the region‘s [...]

  • K. Kawaai, T. Nishida, A. Saito
    Current Topics and Trends on Durability of Building Materials and Components, Serrat et al. (Eds).

    Abstract
    This study examined crack repair methods using alginate gel films (1.5 wt.%) mixed with healing agents under wet and dry actions. The healing agents consist of Bacillus subtilis [...]

  • T. Nishida, K. Kawaai, A. Saito
    Current Topics and Trends on Durability of Building Materials and Components, Serrat et al. (Eds).

    Abstract
    This study examined durability of mortar after repairing crack using alginate gel films (1.5wt.%) mixed with healing agents under seawater splayed condition. The healing agents [...]

  • E. Yüksel, N. Türkeri
    Current Topics and Trends on Durability of Building Materials and Components, Serrat et al. (Eds).

    Abstract
    Vegetated facade systems (VFS) have been used as green building envelope systems in recent years. Using VFS for ecological strategies and evaluating thermal performance of [...]

  • L. Gang, L. Yaxi
    Collection of Agricultural and Biological Sciences (2020). 1

    Abstract
    In order to study the characteristics of spatial variability of soil infiltration in the aeolian sandy land improvement and utilization area, this paper conducted a study [...]

  • Luis Fernando Verduzco Martínez's personal collection (2020). 3

    Abstract
    Is presented hereby the creation of an optimization software for a complete design of reinforcing steel for any type of structural elements which may be considered as columns, [...]

  • (2019). http://www.repositorio.ugto.mx/handle/20.500.12059/2684

    Abstract
    Is presented hereby the creation of an optimization software for the design of reinforcing steel for any type of structural elements which may be considered as columns, [...]

  • L. Verduzco Martínez, D. Martínez
    (2019). http://repositorio.ugto.mx/handle/20.500.12059/2684

    Abstract
    Is presented hereby the creation of an optimization software for the design of reinforcing steel for any type of structural elements which may be considered as columns, [...]

  • S. Raposo
    Current Topics and Trends on Durability of Building Materials and Components, Serrat et al. (Eds).

    Abstract
    Currently, there is still no information regarding the performance of public buildings after their construction and the relationship with the needs for carrying out maintenance [...]

  • D. Silveira, I. Torres, I. Colen, R. Pinto
    Current Topics and Trends on Durability of Building Materials and Components, Serrat et al. (Eds).

    Abstract
    The objective of the present work is to analyze the influence of the lightweight concrete block support on the physical and mechanical characteristics of the applied mortar. [...]

  • R. Matos, F. Rodrigues, H. Rodrigues, A. Costa
    Current Topics and Trends on Durability of Building Materials and Components, Serrat et al. (Eds).

    Abstract
    The significant growth of the building stock in the 20th century allied to the low rate of building retrofitting over the last years results in the current low conservation [...]

  • A. Gaspari, I. Giongo, M. Piazza
    Current Topics and Trends on Durability of Building Materials and Components, Serrat et al. (Eds).

    Abstract
    Understanding and predicting the durability of timber structural components of buildings can lead to a more reliable and efficient use of this material in constructions. The [...]

  • D. Aponte, M. Barra, S. Valls, L. Fernandez
    Current Topics and Trends on Durability of Building Materials and Components, Serrat et al. (Eds).

    Abstract
    This contribution is a study of the durability and transport properties of sprayed concrete used in an actual construction site. It considers whether concrete spraying can [...]

  • R. Malheiro, G. Camacho, G. Meira, A. Camões
    Current Topics and Trends on Durability of Building Materials and Components, Serrat et al. (Eds).

    Abstract
    The fly ash concrete (FAC) has often been used in chloride contaminate environments. The aluminates present in fly ash (FA) react with free chlorides binding them and reducing [...]

  • G. Villain, M. Alhajj, S. Lopes, V. Bouteiller
    Current Topics and Trends on Durability of Building Materials and Components, Serrat et al. (Eds).

    Abstract
    Reinforced concrete (RC) structures, such wharfs or floating structures, are submitted to chloride ingress which can lead to rebar corrosion. Before the corrosion initiation, [...]

  • J. Badr, G. Villain, J. Balayssac, S. Lopes, Y. Fargier, F. Deby, S. Delepine-Lesoille
    Current Topics and Trends on Durability of Building Materials and Components, Serrat et al. (Eds).

    Abstract
    Electrical resistivity is a parameter sensitive to several properties of concrete, including water content, which is one of the key parameters governing concrete long-term [...]

  • C. Naotunna, S. Samarakoon, K. Fosså
    Current Topics and Trends on Durability of Building Materials and Components, Serrat et al. (Eds).

    Abstract
    Cracks due to the service load in the reinforced concrete structures are controlled at the design stage, by limiting the calculated crack width. Widely used crack width calculation [...]

  • J. Vos, A. Blommaert, N. Bossche
    Current Topics and Trends on Durability of Building Materials and Components, Serrat et al. (Eds).

    Abstract
    The lack of systematization in the collection of building defects leads to a wide range of data that is not used to its full potential. Unfortunately, this opportunity is [...]

  • P. Perumal, T. Paul, T. Luukkonen, J. Röning, P. Kinnunen, M. Illikainen
    Current Topics and Trends on Durability of Building Materials and Components, Serrat et al. (Eds).

    Abstract
    The main aim of the work is to study the effect of different fibres (steel, glass and basalt) on resistance of blast furnace slag-based alkali-activated mortar in acidic environment. [...]

  • T. Kage, H. Tanano, N. Tsuchiya, H. Jinnai
    Current Topics and Trends on Durability of Building Materials and Components, Serrat et al. (Eds).

    Abstract
    It is very important to improve and secure durability of reinforced concrete (RC) building and housing, in order to extend the service life of it. In this study, these were [...]

  • R. Teodoro, H. Carasek, O. Cascudo
    Current Topics and Trends on Durability of Building Materials and Components, Serrat et al. (Eds).

    Abstract
    The use of mineral admixtures in concrete has grown in recent years, specially the highperformance ones, such as silica fume, nanosilica and metakaolin. Metakaolin has been [...]

  • E. Vereecken, D. Deckers, H. Janssen, S. Roels
    Current Topics and Trends on Durability of Building Materials and Components, Serrat et al. (Eds).

    Abstract
    This paper presents a field study on the hygrothermal performance of hydrophobised masonry walls, provided with vapour tight or capillary active interior insulation. As a [...]

  • H. Currie, M. Bronski, R. Lynde
    Current Topics and Trends on Durability of Building Materials and Components, Serrat et al. (Eds).

    Abstract
    Plaster (often lime plaster, reinforced with animal hair) installed on wood lath secured to wood framing was a common ceiling system for hundreds of years in the Americas, [...]

  • M. Etxeberria, B. Reddy
    Current Topics and Trends on Durability of Building Materials and Components, Serrat et al. (Eds).

    Abstract
    An increase in the population has led to the progressive construction of infrastructures and buildings. This causes severe environmental problems, firstly high emissions of [...]

  • O. Holčapek, P. Reiterman, J. Pazderka
    Current Topics and Trends on Durability of Building Materials and Components, Serrat et al. (Eds).

    Abstract
    This paper deals with the investigation of properties of Czech fortification concrete bunkers built before Second World War (WWII). The Czech defense system consisted mainly [...]

  • E. Gerns, S. Domelen
    Current Topics and Trends on Durability of Building Materials and Components, Serrat et al. (Eds).

    Abstract
    All too often, the original windows are unnecessarily removed and replaced from historic buildings. In some instances, replacement is justified due to the extent of deterioration [...]

  • M. Morelli, E. Brandt
    Current Topics and Trends on Durability of Building Materials and Components, Serrat et al. (Eds).

    Abstract
    The Danish Building regulations are function based and describe in broad terms which requirements must be fulfilled. The main message is that buildings and their structures [...]

  • N. Russo, M. Gastaldi, L. Schiavi, A. Strini, R. Zanoni, F. Lollini
    Current Topics and Trends on Durability of Building Materials and Components, Serrat et al. (Eds).

    Abstract
    Chloride-induced corrosion of reinforcing steel rebar is one of the major durability issues affecting reinforced concrete structures (RC). Various models have been developed [...]

  • I. Marovic
    Current Topics and Trends on Durability of Building Materials and Components, Serrat et al. (Eds).

    Abstract
    Life-cycle management of urban road networks as a part of an urban system is a very complex process from the management standpoint of social, technical and economic aspects. [...]

  • K. Nakada, K. Komiya, H. Fumino, Y. Nishio, M. Kanematsu, T. Noguchi
    Current Topics and Trends on Durability of Building Materials and Components, Serrat et al. (Eds).

    Abstract
    The aim of the current study is to investigate the carbonation behavior of cement hydrates at different environments. Hardened cement pastes are prepared using OPC and BFS [...]

  • A. Weber, W. Mazer, D. Pedroso, C. Pedroso
    Current Topics and Trends on Durability of Building Materials and Components, Serrat et al. (Eds).

    Abstract
    Chemical reactions that lead to decreased durability in concrete structures may result from chemical interactions between aggressive agents present in the external environment [...]

  • J. Maia, N. Ramos, R. Veiga
    Current Topics and Trends on Durability of Building Materials and Components, Serrat et al. (Eds).

    Abstract
    A gap in the durability assessment of thermal mortars applied in multi-layer systems was observed. The existing standardisation for the durability assessment of hardened mortars [...]

  • J. Parracha, A. Cortay, G. Borsoi, R. Veiga, L. Nunes
    Current Topics and Trends on Durability of Building Materials and Components, Serrat et al. (Eds).

    Abstract
    External Thermal Insulation Composite Systems (ETICS) are nowadays often used in new constructions but are also one of the most frequently used thermal retrofitting solutions [...]

  • I. Vandemeulebroucke, S. Caluwaerts, N. Bossche
    Current Topics and Trends on Durability of Building Materials and Components, Serrat et al. (Eds).

    Abstract
    The 5th Assessment Report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) reports important evolutions in the climate system. These changes are likely to affect the [...]

  • C. Carvalho, J. Brito, I. Flores-Colen, C. Pereira
    Current Topics and Trends on Durability of Building Materials and Components, Serrat et al. (Eds).

    Abstract
    Resilient flooring is a popular choice in healthcare facilities, given its durability, comfort, low maintenance and cost. However, anomalies that occur in vinyl and linoleum [...]

  • E. Møller, T. Rasmussen
    Current Topics and Trends on Durability of Building Materials and Components, Serrat et al. (Eds).

    Abstract
    This article describes testing of peel and shear resistance and airtightness of joints of air and vapour barrier systems before and after artificial aging. The testing of [...]

  • H. Yanokura, I. Kurashige, N. Sugihashi, K. Takahashi, Y. Kuroda
    Current Topics and Trends on Durability of Building Materials and Components, Serrat et al. (Eds).

    Abstract
    Experiments on the development of compressive strength and static and dynamic Young’s moduli were performed by the following mix proportions of concrete: the first uses [...]

  • A. Bah, T. Sanchez, Y. Zhang, K. Sasai, D. Conciatori, L. Chouinard, G. Power, N. Zufferey
    Current Topics and Trends on Durability of Building Materials and Components, Serrat et al. (Eds).

    Abstract
    The evolution of the state of a structure is characterized by deterioration. This is mainly due to corrosion of the steel reinforcement and damage from mechanical solicitations. [...]

  • S. Keßler
    Current Topics and Trends on Durability of Building Materials and Components, Serrat et al. (Eds).

    Abstract
    Often the mere mention of the word “Sustainability” leads to the reflection of the effect of our actions on environment and future generations. Especially the [...]

  • B. Craeye, D. van Keijzerswaard, P. Kara De Maeijer
    Current Topics and Trends on Durability of Building Materials and Components, Serrat et al. (Eds).

    Abstract
    For rehabilitation of existing concrete structures, strength and durability related properties of the reinforced element are of high importance. Assessment of these properties [...]

  • C. Nicholson
    Current Topics and Trends on Durability of Building Materials and Components, Serrat et al. (Eds).

    Abstract
    The New Zealand Building Code is unique in the world in requiring evidence of a minimum durability of 50 years for all structural building elements. This prescriptive durability [...]

  • M. Vyšvařil, P. Bayer
    Current Topics and Trends on Durability of Building Materials and Components, Serrat et al. (Eds).

    Abstract
    In this study, the comparison of lava sand, pumice, and natural zeolite as lightweight aggregate in air lime mortars, natural hydraulic lime mortars, and cement-lime mortars [...]

  • G. Volf
    Current Topics and Trends on Durability of Building Materials and Components, Serrat et al. (Eds).

    Abstract
    Wastewater treatment plants (WWTP) are complex and dynamic systems whose management and sustainability can be improved by using different modelling and prediction approaches [...]

  • D. Car-Pusić, M. Mladen
    Current Topics and Trends on Durability of Building Materials and Components, Serrat et al. (Eds).

    Abstract
    Construction project costs often reach values higher than planned. Accuracy in project cost estimation is one of the most important criteria for project success, even for [...]

  • S. Osamura, H. Saito
    Current Topics and Trends on Durability of Building Materials and Components, Serrat et al. (Eds).

    Abstract
    Rainwater and moisture control are key factors for maintaining the durability of wooden houses. Wall assemblies with sidings are installed on vented cavities to build durable [...]

  • H. Araki
    Current Topics and Trends on Durability of Building Materials and Components, Serrat et al. (Eds).

    Abstract
    This study examines, through experiments, two reinforced concrete girders obtained from a residential building constructed in 1961. The average concrete strength obtained [...]

  • Y. Wang, W. Wang, W. Yang, C. Li
    Current Topics and Trends on Durability of Building Materials and Components, Serrat et al. (Eds).

    Abstract
    Inclined defects in pipelines can lead to failures in the form of mixed mode fracture. A review of the literature suggests that few studies have been carried out on reliability [...]

  • V. Revilla-Cuesta, M. Skaf, A. García-Llona, I. Piñero, J. Manso, V. Ortega-López
    Current Topics and Trends on Durability of Building Materials and Components, Serrat et al. (Eds).

    Abstract
    The use of waste in civil-engineering products, such as concrete and asphalt mixes, is a very effective strategy for reducing high consumption levels of Natural Aggregates [...]

  • C. Pereira, J. Brito, J. Silvestre
    Current Topics and Trends on Durability of Building Materials and Components, Serrat et al. (Eds).

    Abstract
    Building inspection systems are a useful tool for surveyors, standardising the collection of information. Thisresearch is framed within the development of a global inspection [...]

  • C. Ferreira, A. Silva, J. Brito, L. Neves
    Current Topics and Trends on Durability of Building Materials and Components, Serrat et al. (Eds).

    Abstract
    Most of the maintenance actions in the construction sector are still reactive and sporadic, based on subjective criteria. Usually, maintenance actions are performed when the [...]

  • P. Jia, J. Jia, Z. Li
    Collection of Articles on Engineering (2020). 1

    Abstract
    In order to study the effect of the limit equilibrium zone energy in front of the heading face on the volume of coal and gas outburst, the concept of coal-gas mixed matrix [...]

  • P. Praks, D. Brkić
    Dejan Brkić's personal collection (2020). 59

  • X. Osés, J. Gil
    (2011). REACT 2011 Proceedings, pp. 110-114

    Abstract
    Within an scenario of highly sensitivity on environmental questions, followed by an international regulation body, that is restricting the emission levels from ships in ports [...]

  • X. Osés, M. Castells
    (2007). 5th International congress on maritime technological innovations and research, pp. 17-28

    Abstract
    According to the mid term review of the EU White Paper on Transport, Short Sea Shipping is expected to grow at a rate of 59% in metric tonnes, from 2000 to 2020. If we consider [...]

  • X. Osés
    (2007). Analele Universitati Maritime Constanta, pp. 81-86

    Abstract
    On the one hand, around 45% of European Union foreign trade is still carried by road and is consequently conditioned by traffic congestion or high fuel consumption, implying [...]

  • X. Osés, M. Castells, J. Olivella, R. González
    (2006). Maritime Transport III, pp. 597-606, ISBN: 84-689-8505-8

    Abstract
    Around 45% of European Union (EU) foreign trade is carried by road, which is conditioned by traffic congestion and high fuel consumption, and lead to implying the pollution [...]

  • A. Mujal-Colilles, M. Castells, T. Llull, X. Gironella, X. Osés
    Water (2018). Vol. 10 (11), pp. 1-14

    Abstract
    The growth of marine traffic in harbors, and the subsequent increase in vessel and propulsion system sizes, produces three linked problems at the harbor basin area: higher [...]

  • M. Grifoll, X. Osés
    Journal of maritime research (2017). Vol. 13 (2), pp. 3-6

    Abstract
    New generation of high-resolution meteo-oceanographic predictions provides useful tools for routing of ships in short maritime distances. In this work, the optimal ship routing [...]

  • M. Castells, X. Osés, K. Lapa, D. Nikolic
    Our sea: International journal of maritime science and technology (2017). Vol. 64 (1), pp. 14-19

    Abstract
    The Black Sea region, a large horizon ready to open, ready to explore, ready to show her energy, her power and opportunities. But how we are preparing for this? It is a high [...]

  • C. Mihailovici, X. Osés
    Journal of maritime research (2015). Vol. 12 (3), pp. 49-55

    Abstract
    The Black Sea region, a large horizon ready to open, ready to explore, ready to show her energy, her power and opportunities. But how we are preparing for this? It is a high [...]

  • X. Osés, I. Galiano
    Journal of maritime research (2014). Vol. 11 (2), pp. 33-39

    Abstract
    The presented paper is going to analyze the opportunity to develop a Ro/Ro hub in the Port of Palma de Mallorca. In order to get introduced in the study, the state of art [...]

  • S. Velásquez, X. Osés
    Journal of maritime research (2013). Vol. 10 (3), pp. 37-46

    Abstract
    Identification, tracing and monitoring of ships have been widely exploited by means of the Automatic Identification System (AIS). Considerable improvements in safety, collision [...]

  • M. Castells, J. Usabiaga, X. Osés
    Maritime Policy and Management (2013). Vol. 41 (1), pp. 1-19 (Preprint)

    Abstract
    Local air pollution is the most relevant externality of maritime transport and its effects are more acute in urban areas as a result of manoeuvring, hoteling, and load/unload [...]

  • M. Castells, X. Osés, M. Rodríguez-Nuevo
    Journal of Maritime Research (2013). Vol. 10 (1), pp. 1-29 (Preprint)

    Abstract
    There is a strong imbalance in EU transport mode shares. In addition, issues like road traffic, noise, accident rates, and especially polluting emissions result not only in [...]

  • X. Osés, J. Gil-Aizpuru, M. Castells
    Journal of maritime research (2012). Vol. 9 (3), pp. 45-54

    Abstract
    Motorways of the Sea (MoS) are part of the European transport strategy towards an efficient, safe and environmentally friendly transport system. This paper develops a model [...]

  • J. Martínez-Benjamín, M. Castellón, A. Ruiz, E. Bosch, A. Termens, M. García, X. Osés, B. Gómez, G. Velasco, F. Pros, J. Gili, A. Tapia, R. López
    Revista de Teledetección (2011). Vol. 36, pp. 20-25

    Abstract
    Dos campañas aéreas con el LIDAR Optech ALTM-3025 del ICC (Instituto Cartogáfico de Cataluña) fueron realizadas el 16 de Junio de 2007 de día [...]

  • X. Osés, J. Gil-Aizpuru
    International Journal for traffic and transport engineering (2011). Vol. 1 (4), pp. 206-213

    Abstract
    Considering environmental regulations, imposed by an international regulation body restricting the emission levels from ships in ports, with even more stringent local regulations [...]