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    ABSTRACT: The analysis and presentation of plan view parameters for 39 marinas operating in Croatia is made in the paper to enhance improvement of the spatial and economic planning of nautical tourism in Croatia. The following plan view parameters were collected: number of berths, number of dry berths, breakwater length, fixed pier length, pontoon length, waterfront length, water basin area, territory area, total area, dry berth area, and parking area. The dependence of these parameters on the number of sea berths is presented, and average statistical indicators of these parameters, which characterise marine construction in Croatia, are defined.
    Gradevinar 11/2014; 66(10):909-915.
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    ABSTRACT: During operation, bridge condition is decreasingdue to various effects. The condition is described by "condition rating coefficient", determined by visual assessment. Condition of Slovenian state road bridge network is analyzed. The condition rating database is structured with respect to traffic load, climate zone, structural material, structural type and bridge element. Changes of condition rating coefficient with time are presented and analyzed. Results show that climate and exposure to water are the most important parameters influencing the condition of bridges. Challenges related to assessment methodology are identified and discussed.
    Gradevinar 10/2014; 66(9):811-822.
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    ABSTRACT: This study mainly focuses on the performance of historical stone-timber structures. The finite element method (FEM) is used to analyse structural performance of such buildings in order to predict possible damage mechanisms and seismic vulnerability. Traditional Şirince houses in İzmir (Turkey) were selected for the analysis. Results obtained show that the critical section of such combined structures is the transition zone between the ground level and upper floors. Furthermore, the results indicate that the "rubble stone masonry and timber frame" of these combined structures is highly vulnerable to seismic action.
    Gradevinar 09/2014;
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    ABSTRACT: For Indicators of Hydrological Alterations, nonparametric analysis of trend magnitude using Theil-Sen method and Mann-Kendall trend significance test has been performed in the Danube river basin in Croatia. Analysis have shown disturbing decreasing of May and June monthly flows resulting in extended low water season with possible negative impact on ecosystems and water usage. It is obvious that increase of water management resilience and adaptability is needed to fulfil more efficiently requirements of water users.
    Gradevinar 08/2014; 7(2014):613-624.
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    ABSTRACT: A technical benchmarking study is presented, aimed to evaluate the EU harmonized Romanian seismic assessment code in comparison with its European and U.S. homologues and to identify potential opportunities for its future improvement. The benchmarking procedures are illustrated by parallel seismic assessments, performed, according to the analyzed regulations, on a reinforced concrete frame structure relevant for the building typologies in Romania.
    Gradevinar 05/2014; 66(4):335-345.
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    ABSTRACT: A study on peat soil stabilization by using cement and different natural fillers is presented in the paper. In the scope of this study, natural fillers are mixed at various dosages with cement treated peat in order to evaluate the unconfined compressive strength. The results indicate that the mix design of 300 kg/m3 cement, with 125 kg/m3 of well graded sand by mass of wet peat, gives the highest uniaxial compressive strength at 90 days of curing. Other fillers decrease the strength of stabilized peat.
    Gradevinar 07/2013;