Scientific Activity

The main direction of scientific activity is the improvement of calculation methods and the study of new types of building structures.

Considerable attention at the department is paid to experimental and theoretical studies of spatial structures. Extensive work is aimed at the development and refinement of methods for calculating long cylindrical shells, cooling towers in the form of a single-cavity hyperboloid of revolution, shells, and reinforced thin cement shells. Theoretical studies are accompanied by experiments on large-scale models or full-size samples. As a result of scientific works, recommendations are published on the calculation in practical design implementations.

Major areas of scientific activities:
  • Theory of adhesion of reinforcement to concrete
  • Reinforced cement structures
  • Fiber-reinforced concrete structures
  • Methods for calculating strength in the general case of static loading
  • Methods for calculating core elements of spatial stability
  • Methods for calculating loaded reinforced steel structures with the account of welding impact
  • Methods for calculating rod structures made of cold-formed galvanized profiles
  • Experimental and theoretical studies of load-bearing and enclosing structures made of engineering timber


Faculties

  • Faculty of environmental engineering and municipal services
    Faculty of environmental engineering and municipal services
  • Faculty of automobile and road-building
    Faculty of automobile and road-building
  • Faculty of economics and management
    Faculty of economics and management
  • Faculty of architecture
    Faculty of architecture
  • Faculty of civil engineering
    Faculty of civil engineering
  • Faculty of forensic investigation and law in construction and transport
    Faculty of forensic investigation and law in construction and transport
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