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 Distribuzione geografica
Continente #
NA - Nord America 11.409
EU - Europa 7.477
AS - Asia 3.094
SA - Sud America 307
AF - Africa 191
OC - Oceania 184
Continente sconosciuto - Info sul continente non disponibili 17
Totale 22.679
Nazione #
US - Stati Uniti d'America 10.943
IT - Italia 2.708
CN - Cina 731
GB - Regno Unito 636
FI - Finlandia 610
DE - Germania 539
VN - Vietnam 518
UA - Ucraina 466
CA - Canada 433
SE - Svezia 428
ES - Italia 376
IN - India 362
SG - Singapore 332
IE - Irlanda 315
BE - Belgio 221
FR - Francia 196
TR - Turchia 177
AT - Austria 172
AU - Australia 172
KR - Corea 159
BR - Brasile 158
NL - Olanda 146
IR - Iran 126
HK - Hong Kong 124
JP - Giappone 102
GR - Grecia 101
CH - Svizzera 89
MT - Malta 85
PL - Polonia 60
PE - Perù 54
RO - Romania 53
MY - Malesia 51
PH - Filippine 49
RU - Federazione Russa 49
ID - Indonesia 45
PT - Portogallo 44
JO - Giordania 40
AR - Argentina 39
DZ - Algeria 39
EG - Egitto 39
PK - Pakistan 39
TH - Thailandia 36
IQ - Iraq 34
CY - Cipro 33
AL - Albania 30
CI - Costa d'Avorio 30
IL - Israele 28
SI - Slovenia 25
ZA - Sudafrica 24
MX - Messico 23
TW - Taiwan 22
CO - Colombia 21
NO - Norvegia 20
BD - Bangladesh 18
MA - Marocco 18
RS - Serbia 18
AE - Emirati Arabi Uniti 17
DK - Danimarca 17
EU - Europa 16
LT - Lituania 14
CL - Cile 13
EC - Ecuador 12
NG - Nigeria 12
NZ - Nuova Zelanda 12
CZ - Repubblica Ceca 11
HR - Croazia 11
SA - Arabia Saudita 11
LK - Sri Lanka 10
MK - Macedonia 7
EE - Estonia 6
GY - Guiana 6
LV - Lettonia 6
NP - Nepal 6
PS - Palestinian Territory 6
UG - Uganda 6
BB - Barbados 5
KE - Kenya 5
MD - Moldavia 5
MU - Mauritius 5
ET - Etiopia 4
SY - Repubblica araba siriana 4
TN - Tunisia 4
AM - Armenia 3
BY - Bielorussia 3
HU - Ungheria 3
LB - Libano 3
LU - Lussemburgo 3
PA - Panama 3
AF - Afghanistan, Repubblica islamica di 2
BG - Bulgaria 2
BO - Bolivia 2
CM - Camerun 2
OM - Oman 2
AZ - Azerbaigian 1
BS - Bahamas 1
CV - Capo Verde 1
GT - Guatemala 1
KH - Cambogia 1
KZ - Kazakistan 1
LY - Libia 1
Totale 22.672
Città #
Fairfield 1.154
Woodbridge 963
Chandler 959
Wilmington 711
Houston 702
Ann Arbor 680
Ashburn 662
Milan 505
Seattle 495
Cambridge 464
Dearborn 389
Jacksonville 291
Dublin 289
Ottawa 285
Dong Ket 274
Lawrence 258
Lappeenranta 244
Redwood City 214
Beijing 213
Málaga 199
Medford 193
Singapore 171
Vienna 166
Helsinki 140
Brescia 123
Des Moines 108
Garbana 107
San Diego 97
Princeton 85
Redmond 75
Boardman 70
Rome 70
Delft 65
New York 63
Sydney 61
Brussels 60
London 53
Shanghai 51
Istanbul 50
Valencia 43
Chennai 41
Amman 40
Central 40
Changsha 40
Menlo Park 40
Tokyo 40
Lima 39
Ghent 38
Mountain View 38
Norwalk 38
Seoul 36
Mumbai 34
Hyderabad 33
Nanjing 33
Ankara 31
Jakarta 31
Turin 31
Abidjan 30
Los Angeles 28
Torino 27
Zurich 27
Leeds 26
Rosario 26
Warsaw 26
Washington 26
Madrid 25
Phoenix 25
Toronto 24
Haikou 23
Melbourne 23
Stuttgart 23
Tehran 23
Dresden 22
Hefei 22
Hangyang 21
Kuala Lumpur 21
Montréal 21
Wuhan 21
Amsterdam 20
Cardiff 20
Guangzhou 20
Hong Kong 20
Bangkok 19
Berlin 19
Mcallen 19
Delhi 18
Munich 18
Perth 18
Birmingham 17
Gent 17
Indiana 17
Lausanne 17
Duncan 16
Famagusta 16
Gurgaon 16
Bochum 15
Darmstadt 15
Jinan 15
Kortrijk 15
Zhengzhou 15
Totale 13.317
Nome #
Effect of raw materials on the performance of 3D printing geopolymer: A review 440
UPGRADING THE CONCEPT OF UHPFRC FOR HIGH DURABILITY IN THE CRACKED STATE: THE CONCEPT OF ULTRA HIGH DURABILITY CONCRETE (UHDC) IN THE APPROACH OF THE H2020 PROJECT RESHEALIENCE 251
Three-vs. four-point bending test for the characterization of plain concrete: a numerical investigation 245
TESTING PROPERTIES GOVERNING THE DURABILITY OF LIME-BASED REPAIR MORTARS 241
Effect of crack pattern on the self-healing capability in traditional, HPC and UHPFRC concretes measured by water and chloride permeability 226
Self-healing concrete vs. conventional waterproofing systems in underground structures: A cradle to gate LCA comparison with reference to a case study 221
Self-healing lime mortars: an asset for restoration of heritage buildings 214
Modelling of autogenous healing for regular concrete via a discrete model 189
An overview on the research on self-healing concrete at Politecnico di Milano 178
A numerical model of 3D concrete printing 171
Identification of tensile behaviour of SFR-SCC: direct vs. indirect tests 155
Experimental Assessment and Numerical Modeling of Self Healing Capacity of Cement Based Materials via Fracture Mechanics Concepts 153
Numerical modeling of mechanical regain due to self-healing in cement based composites 151
On the identification of SFRC costitutive law in uniaxial tension 149
Zero-thickness interface constitutive theory for concrete self-healing effects 143
Double Edge Wedge Splitting (DEWS): an indirect tension test to identify post-cracking behaviour of fibre reinforced cementitious composites 141
Proceedings of "5th Workshop on The New Boundaries of Structural Concrete" 141
A Review of Self-Healing Concrete for Damage Management of Structures 138
Experimental characterization of the self-healing capacity of cement based materials and its effects on the material performance: A state of the art report by COST Action SARCOS WG2 133
Full-scale testing and numerical analysis of a precast fibre reinforced self-compacting concrete slab pre-stressed with basalt fibre reinforced polymer bars 124
On the connections between fresh state behavior, fiber dispersion and toughness properties of steel fiber reinforced concrete 123
Early age fracture performance of 3D printable fiber reinforced cementitious composites 121
Effects of Alumina Nanofibers and Cellulose Nanocrystals on Durability and Self-Healing Capacity of Ultrahigh-Performance Fiber-Reinforced Concretes 121
Effectiveness of crystalline admixtures and lime/cement coated granules in engineered self-healing capacity of lime mortars 120
Concept of Ultra High Durability Concrete for improved durability in chemical environments: Preliminary results 120
AN EXPERIMENTAL METHODOLOGY TO ASSESS EFFECTS OF HEALING ON FREEZE-THAW DAMAGED ULTRA HIGH-PERFORMANCE CONCRETE 119
Crack sealing capacity in chloride-rich environments of mortars containing different cement substitutes and crystalline admixtures 119
Natural fibres as promoters of autogenous healing in HPFRCCs: results from an on-going Italy-Brasil cooperation 117
Efficiency of mechanical floor connections on the diaphragm action of precast concrete floor/roof decks 117
Structural elements made with highly flowable UHPFRC: Correlating computational fluid dynamics (CFD) predictions and non-destructive survey of fiber dispersion with failure modes 117
An application oriented state-of-art and research-need perspective on self-healing fibre-reinforced cementitious composites 117
A methodology to assess crack-sealing effectiveness of crystalline admixtures under repeated cracking-healing cycles 116
Textile-reinforced concrete to realise ultra high durability concrete (UHDC) in the framework of the EU H2020 project "ReSHEALience" 115
A new concept of Additive Manufacturing for the regeneration of existing tunnels 111
Sustainable roof elements: a proposal offered by cementitious composites technology 111
The Application of Lysinibacillus sphaericus for Surface Treatment and Crack Healing in Mortar 110
Strengthening/ retrofitting of coupling beams using advanced cement based materials 109
PREDICTING THE LONG-TERM PERFORMANCE OF STRUCTURES MADE WITH ADVANCED CEMENT BASED MATERIALS IN EXTREMELY AGGRESSIVE ENVIRONMENTS: CURRENT STATE OF PRACTICE AND RESEARCH NEEDS – THE APPROACH OF H2020 PROJECT RESHEALIENCE. 109
Constitutive relationships 108
Identifying cement rheological properties from the mini-slump-flow test 108
Five Years of International Collaborative Research on Self-Healing Capacity of Cementitious Composites 107
Numerical simulation of self-healing in cementitious composites 107
Prove pseudodinamiche e cicliche su modelli in scala reale di edifici industriali monopiano prefabbricati 105
Autogeneous self healing of High Performance Fibre Reinforced Cementitious Composites 105
igh performance fiber reinforced self-compacting concrete (HPFR.SCC): a smart material for high end engineering applications 104
Effect of cellulose nanopulp on autogenous and drying shrinkage of cement based composites 104
Early age performance and mechanical characteristics of recycled PET fibre reinforced concrete 104
Effect of crystalline admixtures on the self-healing capability of early-age concrete studied by means of permeability and crack closing tests 101
A magnetic method for non destructive monitoring of fiber dispersion and orientation in Steel Fiber Reinforced Cementitious Composites – part 1: method calibration 100
Strengthening/retrofitting of coupling beams using advanced cement based materials 100
A comprehensive methodology to test the performance of Steel Fibre Reinforced Self-Compacting Concrete (SFR-SCC) 99
Autogenous healing on the recovery of mechanical performance of High Performance Fibre Reinforced Cementitious Composites (HPFRCCs): Part 2 – Correlation between healing of mechanical performance and crack sealing 99
Numerical simulations of concrete flow: A benchmark comparison 99
A numerical model for the self-healing capacity of cementitious Composites 99
A comparative study of hardened-state mechanical properties of 3D printed and conventionally cast Fibre Reinforced Concrete 98
Pre-stressing using basalt fibre bars: an experimental investigation on a new frontier of precast concrete 98
An Overview on H2020 Project “ReSHEALience” 98
A method for mix-design of fiber reinforced self compacting concrete 97
Self-healing abilities of cement mortars containing microorganisms produced in the process of sewage sludge treatment 96
Durability of steel-fibre reinforced concrete precast elements: experiments and proposal of design recommendations 95
Performance Assessment of Ultra-High Durability Concrete Produced From Recycled Ultra-High Durability Concrete 95
Fatigue behavior and effect of stimulated autogenous self-healing in Ultra High-Performance Concrete 94
Self-healing capability of concrete with crystalline admixtures in different environments 94
Tailoring the orientation of fibres in high performance fibre reinforced cementitious composites: Part 2 -correlation to mechanical properties and design implications 93
Performance of concrete with and without crystalline admixtures under repeated cracking/healing cycles 93
How to account for benefits of Self-Healing concrete in design? A LCA/LCC perspective 91
Connecting non-destructive fiber dispersion measurements with tensile HPFRCC behaviour 91
Sull’impiego di materiali cementizi fibrorinforzati ad alte prestazioni: dall’orientamento delle fibre all’ortotropia del comportamento meccanico 91
Friction dissipative devices for cladding panels in precast buildings: an experimental investigation 91
Synergy between crystalline admixtures and nano-constituents in enhancing autogenous healing capacity of cementitious composites under cracking and healing cycles in aggressive waters 91
Effect of age and level of damage on the autogenous healing of lime mortars 88
APPLICATION OF LYSINIBACILLUS SPHAERICUS FOR CONCRETE CRACK HEALING USING DIFFERENT CALCIUM SOURCES 87
The sustainability profile of a biomimetic 3D printed vascular network to restore the structural integrity of concrete 86
Reducing the Porosity and Sealing Cracks by Using Crystalline Admixture in Conventional Concrete 86
A magnetic method for non destructive monitoring of fiber dispersion and orientation in Steel Fiber Reinforced Cementitious Composites – part 2: correlation to tensile fracture toughness 86
Self-healing capacity of fiber reinforced cementitious composites. State of the art and perspectives 86
A cost-effective method to assess the fiber content and orientation in steel fiber reinforced concrete 86
Crystalline Admixture as Healing Promoter in Concrete Exposed to Chloride-Rich Environments: Experimental Study 86
On the identification of rheological properties of cement suspensions: rheometry, Computational Fluid Dynamics Modeling and field test measurements 85
A FRACTURE TESTING BASED APPROACH TO ASSESS THE SELF HEALING CAPACITY OF CEMENTITIOUS COMPOSITES 85
Fracture toughness parameters to assess crack healing capacity of fiber reinforced concrete under repeated cracking-healing cycles 85
Sulla azione diaframma dei sistemi di copertura in edifici industriali prefabbricati in calcestruzzo armato 84
Research Progress on Numerical Models for Self-Healing Cementitious Materials 84
Self-healing Stimulated by Crystalline Admixtures in Chloride Rich Environments: Is It Possible to Extend the Structure Service Life? 83
Effects of autogenous healing on the recovery of mechanical performance of High Performance Fibre Reinforced Cementitious Composites (HPFRCCs): Part 1 82
SELF-COMPACTING FIBRE REINFORCED CONCRETE: IS THE MATERIAL REALLY ISOTROPIC 82
Correlation Between “Very Early” Age Fracture Performance and Evolution of Rheological Properties of High Performance Fiber Reinforced Cementitious Composites with Adapted Rheology 82
Coal mining wastes valorization as raw geomaterials in construction: A review with new perspectives 82
Steel Fiber Reinforced Concrete Characterization Based on a Magnetic Probe 81
Soluzioni sostenibili per elementi di copertura:; un’opportunità offerta dai compositi cementizi fibrorinforzati 81
Use of nano-additions to improve the performance of UHPFRCs used in geothermal power plant infrastructures 81
A “fracture testing” based approach to assess crack healing of concrete with and without crystalline admixtures 81
Low Frequency Electrical and Magnetic Methods for Non-Destructive Analysis of Fiber Dispersion in Fiber Reinforced Cementitious Composites: An Overview 80
High performance fibre reinforced cementitious composites: Six memos for the XXI century societal and economical challenges of civil engineering 80
Non destructive monitoring of fiber dispersion and flow-induced orientation in self-compacting SFRC: a method based on magnetic properties 79
Numerical and experimental analysis of an innovative lightweight precast concrete wall 79
Nondestructive Testing of Steel-Fiber-Reinforced Concrete Using a Magnetic Approach 79
Artificial Neural Networks and Fuzzy Logic applied to concrete rheology for the study of printability 78
Predicting the flow-induced dispersion and orientation of steel fibers in self-consolidating concrete by Distinct Element Method 78
Comportamento Strutturale Di Un Sistema Innovativo Per Pareti Prefabbricate Alleggerite. 78
Totale 11.531
Categoria #
all - tutte 72.031
article - articoli 25.505
book - libri 0
conference - conferenze 41.344
curatela - curatele 587
other - altro 0
patent - brevetti 0
selected - selezionate 0
volume - volumi 4.504
Totale 143.971


Totale Lug Ago Sett Ott Nov Dic Gen Feb Mar Apr Mag Giu
2018/2019342 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 342
2019/20204.048 207 258 161 293 484 511 469 296 425 246 453 245
2020/20213.156 261 127 244 158 206 317 205 200 310 298 200 630
2021/20223.171 204 356 254 278 303 194 174 215 222 176 288 507
2022/20233.899 381 254 237 321 364 415 171 331 498 385 381 161
2023/20244.087 361 456 261 268 211 338 287 361 303 573 293 375
Totale 23.161