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Academic Publications

Technical and Scientific Papers 

Geotechnical Engineering- Indicative Publications (Full List of Publications)

  • G1.Sachpazis C., (2014): Experimental Conceptualisation of the Flow Net system construction inside the body of homogeneous Earth Embankment Dams. EJGE, Vol. 19 - Bund. J. (pdf)

 

  • G2.Sachpazis C., (2013): Detailed Slope Stability Analysis and Assessment of the Original Carsington Earth Embankment Dam Failure in the UK. EJGE, Vol. 18. (pdf)
 
  • G3.Sachpazis C., (2011): Soil liquefaction potential assessment of a coastal foundation ground and its suitability for a CCGT Power Plant construction in Greece. EJGE, Vol. 16. (pdf)

 

  • G4.Sachpazis C., (1990): Correlating Schmidt hardness with compressive strength and Young’s modulus of carbonate rocks. Bulletin of the International Association of Engineering Geology. No. 42. Paris. (pdf)

 

  • G5.Sachpazis C., et al., (2005): A Hydrogeotechnical Integrated System for Water Resources Management of Attica – Greece. 6th International Conference of European Water Resources Association. 7-10 September, Menton, France. (pdf)

 

  • G6.Sachpazis C., (2004): Monitoring and Correlating Geotechnical Engineering Properties and Degree of Metamorphism in a four-stage alteration process passing from pure Limestone to pure Marble. EJGE, Vol. 6. (pdf)

 

  • G7.Alexouli-Livaditi A., Livaditis A., Sachpazis C., (1997): Geomorphological investigation of the drainage network and calculation of the peak storm runnofand yield sediment of Sarantapotamos and Katsimidi streams, Attica, Athens. Engineering Geology and Environment, Balkema, Rotterdam.  (pdf)

 

  • G8.Manoliadis O., Sachpazis C., (2003): The role of terrain characteristics in flood management, Attica, Greece. Journal of Environmental Hydrology, Vol. 11, paper 13, Octomber, 2003. (pdf)

 

  • G9.Manoliadis O., Sachpazis C., (2001): Geotechnical aspects of a Landfill site Selection Study in North Evoia - Greece. EJGE, Vol. 6. (pdf)

 

  • G10.Manoliadis O., Sachpazis C., (2000): Geomorphological investigation of thedrainage networks and calculation of the peak storm runoff of Skarmaga and Agia Triada streams. EJGE, Vol. 5. (pdf)

 

Structural Engineering- Indicative Publications  (Full List of Publications)

  • S1. Anastasiadis A., Voghiatzis T., Sachpazis C., (2014): Trends and needs for the prediction of the inelastic capacity of steel members considering the differences in seismic loading conditions. 8th National Conference of Steel Structures. Tripoli, 3-5 October, Greece. CD, Paper 021. (pdf)

 

  • S2.Anastasiadis A., Mosoarca M., Gioncu V., (2012): New aspects concerning the ductility of steel members. Behavior of Steel Structures in Seismic Areas, STESSA 2012, Chile. 455-461. (pdf)

 

  • S3.Gioncu V., Mosoarca M., Anastasiadis A., (2012): Prediction of available rotation capacity and ductility of wide flange beams. Part 1: DuctRot M computer program. Journal of Constructional Steel Research, 69 (2012), 8-19. (pdf)

 

  • S4.Anastasiadis A., Mosoarca M., Gioncu V., (2012): Prediction of available rotation   capacity and ductility of wide flange beams. Part 2: Applications. Journal of Constructional Steel Research, 68 (2012), 176-191. (pdf)

 

  • S5.Anastasiadis A., Mosoarca M., (2009): Vulnerability assessment of RC buildings for earthquake insurance purposes, Recent Advances in Risk Management, Assessment and mitigation,  RIMA’ 10, UP Bucharest, Ro, T.U. Sofia, BG, April 2010, Bucharest, 126-131. (pdf)

 

  • S6.Gioncu V., Mosoarca M., Anastasiadis A., (2007): Precast concrete structures in seismic zones: Analysis of occurred damages. Conf. Structuri Prefabricate din Betonul Armat in Centrul si Estul Europei, Cluj-Napoca, Romania, pag 39-53. (in Romanian). (pdf)

 

  • S7.Anastasiadis A., Mosoarca M., Gioncu V. (2005): Design aspects of reduced beam sections for IPE and HEA European profiles. 5th Hellenic National Conference on Steel Structures, 29/9-2/10 Xanthi, Vol. I, pp. 25-33. (pdf)

 

  • S8.Anastasiadis A., Mosoarca M. (2004): Multi-Level earthquake design of steel frames: A designers view. Recent Advances and New Trends in Structural Design, Coll. dedicated to Prof. V Gioncu, May 7-8, Timisoara, Romania, 307-315. (pdf)

 

  • S9.Anastasiadis, A., (2003): ΄Structural Restoration of Historical Buildings. Greek experience. 3rd Workshop ΄΄ Restoration of Architectural Surfaces΄΄, under auspices of UNESCO Venice, Summer course, Universitatea Politehnica Timisoara, Romania, Faculty of Architecture.  (pdf)

 

  • S10.Anastasiadis A, Gioncu V, Mazzolani F.M (2000): Toward a Consistent Methodology for Ductility Checking. Behaviour of Steel Structures in Seismic Areas, STESSA’2000, Montreal, Canada, 443-453. (pdf)

 

  • S11.Anastasiadis A, Gioncu V, Mazzolani F.M (1999): New upgrading procedures to improve the Ductility of Steel Moment-Resisting Frames. XVII Congresso, CTA, Napoli 3-5 October 1999, 193-204. (pdf)
 
 
 
 
 
 
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