Special Issue "Advanced Construction Materials and Processes in Poland"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (10 September 2023) | Viewed by 47157
Interests: cementitious materials; sustainable development; artificial intelligence; nondestructive testing; surface morphology
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The development potential of construction in Poland has been enormous in recent years. In the near future, Poland will be one of the busiest areas of construction activity in Europe. In order to take full advantage of this situation, it is necessary to be prepared from the research and development point of view. Thus, it is expected that in the future the materials used in the construction industry will be more durable. Moreover, constructed, repaired, and strengthened buildings will have a high level of energy efficiency, and the construction processes will be much better organized. The further development of construction in Poland depends largely on scientific research in these fields. Considering the above, the purpose of this Special Issue is to present recent progress in construction materials and processes in Poland, including mainly the following topics:
- Development of advanced and sustainable construction materials;
- The use of nondestructive methods for structure diagnostics;
- Moisture testing of construction materials;
- Repair and strengthening of structures;
- Modeling and numerical analysis of materials and structures;
- Microclimate tests and thermal comfort in buildings;
- Energy-efficient buildings;
- Technology, organization, and work safety in construction;
- Methods of managing construction processes;
- Studies of the probabilistic nature of construction processes.
Prof. Dr. Łukasz Sadowski
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- construction materials
- sustainable development
- energy-efficient buildings
- construction processes
- numerical analysis