Marios Sapountzis

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Flooding is an international problem that represents the most common and destructive of all weather-related natural hazards. Moreover, man-made interventions such as deforestation, clearance of land and the poor design of hydraulic works such as bridges and culverts can often intensify that risk. This paper demonstrates a complete hydraulic study that was(More)
The creep and recovery of microspecimens of glass-ionomer cements was studied using a tortional creep apparatus. The purpose was to investigate viscoelastic behavior in a low stress that might result from normal chewing forces. Small stress (2,048 MPa), below the composite resin's proportional limit, was maintained for 3 h and after the stress was released.(More)
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