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Effect of steel fibres at two different stages: The material and the structure
The addition of steel fibres to plain concrete is intended both to improve the material's ductility and that of the structure in which it is used. These two effects of steel fibres are clearlyExpand
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Analysis and Design of Steel Fiber Reinforced Concrete Beams
This paper proposes a design method of steel fiber reinforced concrete structural elements which behave like beams. This method is based on the analysis of a cracked section. Three loading cases areExpand
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Economia e società
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Results of nonguided subtotal endocardiectomy associated with left ventricular reconstruction in patients with ischemic ventricular arrhythmias.
We analyzed the effects of nonguided endocardiectomy in patients with ischemic ventricular arrhythmias who underwent reconstructive operations for postinfarction left ventricular aneurysm. A total ofExpand
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Trichinella reference centre
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Development of harmonised schemes for the monitoring and reporting of Cysticercus in animals and foodstuffs in the European Union
Harmonised schemes are proposed for the monitoring and the reporting of Cysticercus in animals and foodstuffs in the European Union. The current disease situation and national monitoring in MemberExpand
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The dynamic behaviour of concrete: influence of free water
Uniaxial tensile tests were performed on a microconcrete at loading rates between 0.02 and 80 000 MPa s−1. The experiments showed that the presence of free water in the concrete causes an increase ofExpand
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Analysis of metallic fibre-reinforced concrete beams submitted to bending
Increasing the use of metallic-fibre reinforced concrete (MFRC) in structures is related to the definition of analytic methods. In choosing a pertinent kinematic mechanism, the principles deducedExpand
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Comparison between plain concrete toughness and steel fibre reinforced concrete toughness
Abstract It has been demonstrated that linear fracture mechanics only apply to plain concrete under certain very restricted conditions. Theoretical studies using a thermodynamic approach, confirmedExpand
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Percutaneous transluminal coronary angioplasty in left main stem coronary stenosis: a five-year appraisal.
Left main stem coronary stenosis is now uniformly treated with coronary artery bypass grafting. The advent of percutaneous transluminal coronary angioplasty has permitted a non-operative improvementExpand
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