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April 2024 Preliminary report Architecture and contruction
ARCHITECTURAL DESIGNING THE NURSING HOMES IN TEHRAN CITY (AS A SAMPLE)

In recent years, there has been an increasing trend of entrusting the elderly to nursing homes, thus providing a suitable space that meets their physical, psychological, social, and spiritual needs has become necessary. The nursing homes is the first and simplest solution that can be considered for such individuals. However, considering the charact...

By Mahdi Aliyari

April 2024 Original scientific article Contemporary materials
MODELS OF CONTEPMPORARY GEODYNAMIC PROCESSES ON THE RIM OF THE SARAJEVO DEPRESSION

The rim of the Sarajevo depression was exposed to a strong construction expansion, which was not followed by spatial planning documentation. This work presents models of modern geodynamic processes, which are mainly caused by technogenic effects. The characteristics of these processes mainly depend on the morphological properties of the terrain, ge...

By Aco Goljanin, Amel Demirović, Maida Žiko

The construction of high-rise objects in solid rocks characterized by frequent changes in its vertical profile requires a more detailed study of lithological layers, tectonic characteristics and analysis of physical and mechanical parameters. Layers of different strength and characteristics in all elements make it possible to separate it by geologi...

By Neđo Đurić, Dijana Djuric

By designing protection measures, the occupational safety system should provide the best possible working conditions for all employees in every economic activity, including in mining production. The analysis of occupational injuries in a certain period of time should enable the collection of data on certain etiological specificities of injuries and...

By Biljana Vranješ, Mile Vajkić, Ljubica Figun, Dragan Adamović, Evica Jovanović

April 2024 Original scientific article Architecture and contruction
IDENTIFICATION AND ANALYSIS OF RISKS IN CIVIL ENGINEERING PROJECTS

The main and primary goal of the research in this paper is to analyze the actual current situation in domestic civil engineering, by determining the causes of missing deadlines and exceeding budgets of civil engineering projects. Since the results of this research also indicate the most likely problems that could arise during the construction of a ...

By Goran Marinković, Tihomir Milutinović, Marko Božić

This research paper focuses on evaluating the log piling technique as a sustainable, cost-effective, and environmentally friendly solution for reducing soil liquefaction risks during earthquakes. Although this method has been used extensively in Japan, mainly aiming for complete soil layer penetration, its economic viability is questionable in case...

By Nikolay Milev, Kiyota Takashi, Osawa Shoei, Numata Atsunori

On February 6th 2023 two major earthquakes struck southeast Turkey, M7.7 Kahramanmaras and M7.6 Elbistan, respectively. Unfortunately, due to the impact of these catastrophic events more than 50 000 casualties and 35 000 collapsed buildings have been reported since then. The aim of the study is to demonstrate preliminary site response analysis and ...

By Nikolay Milev, Kiyota Takashi, Juan Briones, Othon Briones, Ozer Cinicioglu, Seda Torisu

Landfill leachate, due to its high total pollution, and above all due to their high organic pollution, represents a significant environmental problem. This study investigated the impacts of the Tilić ada landfill on ground and surface waters. The location of the landfill Tilić ada is extremely sensitive due to the fact that it is located right next...

By Svetlana Sredić, Nebojsa Knezevic, Igor Milunović

Using limited materials for numerical modeling of structural samples and comparing the behavior of samples with each other in order to reduce the number of straw test samples in order to reduce laboratory costs is one of the best methods today. ANSYS is one of the finite element software that is used for modeling reinforced concrete elements by Sol...

By Barghlame Hadi

Vehicle classification is a crucial task owing to vehicles' diverse and intricate features, such as edges, colors, shadows, corners, and textures. The accurate classification of vehicles enables their detection and identification on roads and facilitates the development of an electronic tollcollection system for smart cities. Furthermore, vehicle ...

By Janak Trivedi, Mandalapu Sarada Devi, Brijesh Solanki