List of General Lectures 1995-2014

GENERAL LECTURES – LSCE 1995

ARCHITECTURAL CONCEPTS

1. 50 Years of Shells - W.H.IslerSwitzerland
2. Lightweight Structures - Their Development and Impact Upon Modern Engineering. – Z.S.MakowskiUK 

SHAPE AND FORM STUDY

3. Application of Generalized Inverse Matrix to Shape Analysis of Structures - Y.HangaiJapan
4. Shaping of Structures for Least Weight - W.Zalewski, S.KuśPL

OPTIMIZATION

5. Optimization a Basis For Lightweight Structural Design – W.GutkowskiPL

STRUCTURAL DYNAMICS

6. Dynamic Effects   the enemy No 1 for Lightweight Structures – O.FisherCzech R.

SHELLS

7. Computational Analysis of Composite Shells - F.G.Rammerstorfer, M.A.Stiftinger, I.C.Skrna JaklAustria
8. Nonlinear Limit Analysis of R.C. Ribbed Shallow Shells with Different Forms of Surface under Concentrated Loading – V.V.ShugaevRussia

THIN WALLED STRUCTURES

9. Some Effects Arising from Impact Loading of Thin Walled Structures - N.W.MurrayAustralia

LOADINGS

10. Load Models for Highway Bridges - A.S.NowakUSA

WOOD STRUCTURES

11. Polyhedra for Building Structures: why and how? P.HuybersNetherlands
12. Wood as a Construction Material in Building Systems - P.J.PelicaneUSA

STRUCTURAL DAMAGE

13. Structural Design Solutions of TallBuildings Taking Into Account Low Cycle Fatigue, M.Łubinski, J.SieczkowskiPL

ARCHITECTURAL AND STRUCTURAL CONCEPTS

14. Space Structure   Structure Space - S. du ChateauFrance
15. Lightweight Structures in Architecture: Their Scope and Application - V.SedlakAustralia
16. A Structural System Suitable for Rational Construction – M.KawaguchiJapan

ANALYSIS

17. Application of Optimization Techniques To the Structural Design - A.SamartinSpain
18. A Priori Estimates of Stability Limits on Nonlinear Load Displacement Paths – H.A.Mang, P.HelnweinAustria

DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION

19. Conceptual Design, Experimental and Theoretical Analysis, Detailing and Performance of Long Span Lightweight Structural Systems - M.MajowieckiItaly

 

GENERAL LECTURES - LSCE 1996

20. The Way to Shape - H.IslerSwitzerland

 

GENERAL LECTURES - LSCE 1998

21. V.I.Bolshakov (Ukraine): Microstructure HSLA steels after controlled rolling with direct quenching 
22. Z.Cywiński (Poland): The torsional buckling paradox of light weight members: origin and development
23. T.Hyde, S.Leen (UK): Prediction of elastic plastic generalized force displacement responses of tubular joints for three different loading modes
24. S.Jendo, W.M.Paczkowski (Poland): Multicriteria discrete optimization of hall structure using decomposed ortho diagonal method
25. Yu.M.Pochtman (Ukraine): Optimization models and of calculation of strength for reinforced concrete members
26. G.Solari (Italy): The wind excited behaviour of steel poles and light towers
27. W.Zabłocki (Poland): Shaping lightweight structures

 

GENERAL LECTURES - LSCE 2002

OPENING SESSION 5

28. Z.S. Makowski (UK): Development of jointing systems for modular prefabricated steel space structures
29. S.J. Medwadowski (USA): Alvar Aalto’s Benedictine Library Mount Angel, Oregon
30. M. Kawaguchi, M. Abe (Japan): On some characteristics of pantadome system
 

CHAPTER 1 – LARGE SPAN ROOFS

31. J. Rębielak (Poland): Numerical modelling of lightweight structures

CHAPTER 2 – TALL BUILDINGS

32. W. Zalewski, W. Zabłocki (USA/Poland): Engineering inspirations in shaping of tall buildings

CHAPTER 3 – TOWERS AND MASTS

33. U. Stottrup-Andersen (Denmark): Analysis and design of masts and towers

CHAPTER 6 – STRUCTURAL CONCEPTS

34. W. Sobek, P. Teuffel (Germany): Adaptive lightweight structures

CHAPTER 9 – ANALYTICAL METHODS

35. Y.B. Yang, J.D. Yau (Taiwan): Recent development on geometric nonlinear analysis of space frames

CHAPTER 10 – NUMERICAL METHODS

36. G.W. Owens, C. Roszykiewicz (UK): The use of electronic technical information to improve the use of lightweight structures in civil engineering: teaching, research, dissemination and practical design

CHAPTER 11 – OPTIMIZATION

37. E. Ramm, R. Kemmler (Germany): Challenges of structural optimization including stability and large deformations
38. S. Czarnecki, T. Lewiński (Poland): On forming of the stiffest structures

CHAPTER 12 – THIN-WALLED STRUCTURES

39. J.B. Obrębski (Poland): Thin-walled bars and structures – contemporary problems

CHAPTER 15 – VIBRATION CONTROL OF STRUCTURES

40. G.C.Giuliani (Italy): Overview on the dynamic control of structures

CHAPTER 16 – EXPERIMENTAL METHODS

41. M. Drdacky (Czech Republic): Structural failures and experimental investigations of lightweight structures

PART 4 – Application traditional and innovative materials

CHAPTER 17 – METAL STRUCTURES

42. V.I. Bolshakov (Ukraine): Application of steel with the bainite and acicular ferrite structure for building metal construction

CHAPTER 19 – COMPOSITE STRUCURES

43. F. Collombet, B. Douchin, P. Davies, F. Malaise (France): Loading rate effects on multiscale materials and structures: some experimental, theoretical and numerical problems

CHAPTER 20 – POLYMERE MATRIX COMPOSITE STRUCTURAL SYSTEMS AND BRIDGES

44. F. Seible, S. Cicerone, Y. Hose, D. Brestel, F. Lanza di Scalea (USA): The I-5/Gilman advanced technology cable-stayed bridge

CHAPTER 22 – GLASS STRUCTURES

45. J. Schleich, H. Schober (Germany): Design principles of glass roofs

CHAPTER 23 – TENSION STRUCTURES

46. M. Saitoh (Japan): Tension and membrane structures

CHAPTER 26 – WIND, NUMERICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL ANALYSIS

47. G. Bartoli, C. Borri, F. Mirto, G. Solari (Italy): Some recent advances and developments in wind dynamics of large lightweight engineering facilities

CHAPTER 27- LARGE SPAN ROOFS

48. Klaus Linkwitz (Germany): On some peculiarities of timber shells concerning formfinding, manufacturing, building physics.

 

GENERAL LECTURES - LSCE 2004

49.New breakwater structures Made of thin reinforced concrete walls, A. Catarig, L. Kopenetz, P. Alexa, Aliz MatheRomania
50. Morphofogical similarities of primeval tents and contemporary tensile surface structures, R. TarczewskiPL

 

GENERAL LECTURES - LSCE 2005

OPENING SESSION – GENERAL LECTURES I

51. On some of my recent works of lightweight structures, M.KawaguchiJapan
52. Investigation of the dynamic behaviour of lightweight spatial constructions, V.V. KulyabkoUkraine 

CHAPTER 3 – GENERAL LECTURES II

53. History of an earthquake, G.B. Arato, P. Clemente, M. Indirli, A. Martelli, B. SpadoniItaly
On constitutive modelling for technical woven fabric, A. Ambroziak, P. KłosowskiPL

CHAPTER 8 – GENERAL LECTURES III

54. Comparative investigation into buckling loads and load-bearing capacity of thin-walled columns under compressionon, M. Kotełko, Z. Kołakowski, J. RhodesPLUK
55. Parallelizing the FEMA system, M.Maźniewski, W.PrzybyłoPL

CHAPTER 12 –GENERAL LECTURES IV

56. Building shape online – an ontological approach to organization and visualisation, P.Jurewicz, V.F.J.SedlakAustriaAustralia
57. World Cup 2002 and 2006 stadiums with retractable roof technology with a case study of arena auf Schalke from builder’s perspective, Igor SiotorGermany

 

GENERAL LECTURES - LSCE 2014

General lectures

58. Documentation of RC Shell and Spatial Structures, Görün ArunTurkey
59. Dealing with early age cracking of concrete structures, C. MirceaRomania
60. Calculation of carrying capacity of reinforced concrete conic shallow shells with basicring on radially movable supports, V.V. Shugaev, B.S. SokolovRussia
61. Thunderstorm loading and response of structures, G. SolariItaly

Invited Lectures

62. Fatigue analysis of slender structures under turbulent wind actions, M.P. RepettoItaly
63. New Structural Technologies for Stadium Roofs, I. G. Siotor, Ch. SchloeglCanada, Germany
64. A new footbridge to connect şirinevler district in Istanbul, E. Siviero, A. Stocco, F.Zago, A.TotaroItaly

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