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Optimum Replacement Depth To Control Heave Of Swelling Clays

Date: 02-12-2016 15:41

The behavior of unsaturated swelling soils under changing of moisture content was intensively studied by many researchers since the 1950’s. Many proposed formulas and techniques were used to classify, describe and predict the swelling behavior and parameters of such type of soil. On the other hand, many techniques are used to allow structures to be founded on swelling so ... read full abstract ››

Applications Of Genetic Programming In Geotechnical Engineering

Date: 02-12-2016 15:30

In most geotechnical problems, it is too difficult to predict the soil and structure behavior accurately, because of large variation in soil parameters and the assumption of the numerical solutions. But recently many geotechnical problems are solved using Artificial Intelligence (AI) techniques by presenting new solutions or developing the existing ones.
The aim of this t ... read full abstract ››

Disc Golf Course Design: Inscribing Lifestyle

Date: 20-12-2013 08:08

Disc golf emerged as one of several alternative lifestyle sports from the countercultural social movement of the 1960s and its popularity has steadily grown while other postmodern recreation forms have faded or plateaued (Wheaton 2004). As an accessible, malleable form of outdoor recreation its appeal can be explained by the sense of place elicited from direct engagement with ... read full abstract ››

Problems Of Integrated Transport Development In Kharkiv City

Date: 03-04-2013 22:48

Global experience reveals that characteristic tendency of modern cities is sustainable growth in the level of motorization. Regardless of the size of the city, population, geography and administrative importance - objective reality is constant increase of vehicles quantity. The rates of this growth are different, because it directly depends on the state of the economy (and, th ... read full abstract ››

An Evaluation Of How Children And Young People Can Be Motivated In Taking Part In The Planning Decision Making Process In England.

Date: 01-10-2011 04:47

For any development to be considered truly sustainable there is a requirement of young people to get involved in taking decisions right from the initial stages. This will ... read full abstract ››

A Bridge of Sustainable Urban Greening

Date: 26-04-2007 16:59

Urban growth causes various environmental problems. In order to ameliorate this problem,the idea of the compact city has been introduced nowadays. However, densification can imply a loss of other important urban quality factors, such as green spaces. and high pressures has been input. A disconnection of urban green structure. Parks, green spaces and trees are more than the &ld ... read full abstract ››

Daylighting in Schools For The Future

Date: 17-05-2005 03:48

Section 1. A brief history of daylight in schools. Explaining its political/critical strategies and the natural tendency for people to turn towards the source of light, or as it is called “phototropism” and its importance in the design of lighting in schools, the determinations between quantity and quality daylighting.

Section 2. The study of the 1960s S ... read full abstract ››

The Co-ordination of Services Utilities in Public/Private Capital Projects. A local Perspective

Date: 16-07-2004 12:14

For the past few decades, Malta has been suffering from a deterioration of quality roads. The fact that roads are disrupted just after a few weeks of completion and unnecessary delays has been criticised heavily by the local media and road users. In fact, the roads’ problems always feature prominently in surveys regarding the general problems of this island. Various effo ... read full abstract ››

Recycling of Waste Concrete as Aggregate

Date: 18-10-2003 18:40

The construction industry persists in a massive over production of primary aggregates. This has caused the depression of primary aggregate prices which in turn leads to the serious under-utilization of secondary and recycled aggregates – valuable resources which are simply being wasted.

Currently, C & D waste generated on our islands is managed through it ... read full abstract ››

Crystalline: A quest in the realms of structure, skin and space. The physical and meta-physical aspects of transparency, theories, interpretations and re-interpretations

Date: 18-10-2003 14:53

Throughout the first two chapters I will pursue a Hegelian History and Theory approach , where the objective is to find the ‘spirit of the age’ in the use of glass architecture. An analysis of the influence of the use of glass in buildings and the motives of its employment throughout Paris shows the fruition of a general outcry for the use of transparent materials. ... read full abstract ››



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