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Review Article

Ke Zhang, Zehua Deng, Wenheng Zhu

Article ID: 44
Views - 199  (Abstract) PDF - 69  (Download)
Abstract: Self-anchored suspension bridge is composed of tower and its foundation, stiffened beam, main cable, sling, side pier and its foundation, auxiliary pierand its foundation. The performance and importance of the components of the bridge are different. The main tower of self-anchored suspension bridge is a very important component. Once the injury and damage...
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Jingbo Yan

Article ID: 45
Views - 248  (Abstract) PDF - 40  (Download)
Abstract: In recent years, the rapid growth of the number of private cars has greatly increased the traffc pressure, so the quality of roads and bridges should be further improved. The paper expounds the related matters of road and bridge engineering from three aspects. Firstly, it expounds the construction principles of road and bridge engine...
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Shuwei Li, Wen Zhao, Zhiyu Guo

Article ID: 46
Views - 285  (Abstract) PDF - 22  (Download)
Abstract: To analyze the response law of silo-stock-foundation interaction system under seismic load, a dynamic equation of this interaction system was established. Furthermore, the dynamic characteristics of the silo-stock- oundation interaction system under different storage conditions were studied through numerical analysis. The displacemen...
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Research Paper

Ting Du

Article ID: 47
Views - 244  (Abstract) PDF - 42  (Download)
Abstract: The integral practical and aesthetic design teaching of architecture and site environment is expected to deal with the junior-grade design teaching in architecture major with a current situation that the insuffcient consideration of the site environment and the chaotic city image, which caused by long-term emphasis on single function...
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HAKAN Keleş

Article ID: 48
Views - 515  (Abstract) PDF - 75  (Download)
Abstract: With information age, it has become one of the primary aims of universities to contribute to transforming knowledge into social power. The university institution has to establish a domain of influence spreading out from the micro-scale without isolating itself, because the knowledge produced must respond in social life and enter publi...
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Gökçe Ketizmen ONAL

Article ID: 49
Views - 352  (Abstract) PDF - 42  (Download)
Abstract: Architectural space has mainly two forms: spatial and corporeal. Within this context, the main purpose of the study is re-theming and interpreting the new connections within these two forms of architectural space by the help of three concepts; Conciseness, Continuity and Compatibility, called as the 3C`s of Architectural Space. The subjects of these three...
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