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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2013Calculation of Blast Loads for Application to Structural Components. Administrative Arrangement No JRC 32253-2011 with DG-HOME Activity A5 - Blast Simulation Technology DevelopmentKARLOS VASILEIOS; SOLOMOS GeorgeEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2013Calibration procedure for force and displacement measurements at the HOPLABPERONI MARCO; SOLOMOS George; PEGON Pierre; VIACCOZ Bernard; MOLINA RUIZ Francisco JavierEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2011Can venting areas mitigate the risk due to air blast inside railway carriages?LARCHER Martin; CASADEI Folco; SOLOMOS George; GEBBEKEN NorbertArticles in Journals
1990A Comparative Study of the Probabilistic Fracture Mechanics and the Stochastic Markovian Process Approaches for Structural Reliability AssessmentLUCIA Alfredo; SOLOMOS George; STAVRAKAKIS GeorgeArticles in Journals
2005Compressive Behaviour of Plain Concrete at Higher Strain-RatesSOLOMOS GEORGE; BERRA MarioArticles in Journals
2013Concrete behaviour in direct tension tests at high strain-ratesCADONI Ezio; SOLOMOS George; ALBERTINI CarloArticles in Journals
2011Determination of the Risk due to Explosions in Railway SystemsLARCHER Martin; CASADEI Folco; GIANNOPOULOS Georgios; SOLOMOS George; PLANCHET Jean-Luc; ROCHEFRETTE AnneArticles in Journals
2012Dynamic compression behavior of cenosphere aluminum alloy syntactic foamGOEL Manmohan Dass; PERONI MARCO; SOLOMOS George; MONDAL Dehi Pada; MATSAGAR Vasant; GUPTA Anil; LARCHER Martin; MARBURG SteffenArticles in Journals
2013Dynamic Increase Factor of Masonry Materials: Experimental InvestigationsLARCHER Martin; PERONI Marco; SOLOMOS George; GEBBEKEN Norbert; BIEBER Philipp; WANDELT Jens; TRAN Ngoc ThoContributions to Conferences
2003Empty and Foam-Filled Circular Aluminium Tubes Subjected to Axial and Oblique Quasi-Static Loading.BORVIK T.; HOPPERSTAD O.s.; REYES A.; LANGSETH M.; SOLOMOS George; DYNGELAND TorbjoernArticles in Journals
2011Experimental and numerical investigations about laminated glass loaded by air blast wavesLARCHER Martin; GEBBEKEN Norbert; TEICH Martien; SOLOMOS GeorgeContributions to Conferences
2012Experimental and numerical investigations of laminated glass subjected to blast loadingLARCHER Martin; SOLOMOS George; CASADEI Folco; GEBBEKEN NorbertArticles in Journals
2011Experimental and numerical simulation activities for the assessment of explosion effects in a train stationSOLOMOS George; CASADEI Folco; GIANNOPOULOS Georgios; LARCHER MartinArticles in Journals
2011Experimental investigation of high strain-rate behaviour of glassPERONI MARCO; SOLOMOS George; PIZZINATO Erminio; LARCHER MartinContributions to Conferences
1989First Passage Solutions in Fatigue Crack PropagationSOLOMOS GeorgeArticles in Journals
2005High Strain-rate Behaviour of Plain Concrete Subjected to Tensile and Compressive LoadingCADONI Ezio; SOLOMOS GEORGE; BERRA Mario; ALBERTINI CarloContributions to Conferences
1993Holographic Detection of Defects in CompositesLUCIA Alfredo carlo; SOLOMOS GeorgeArticles in Journals
2011Impact behaviour of aluminium foamPERONI MARCO; SOLOMOS George; PIZZINATO Erminio; LANGSETH M.; HOPPERSTAD O.s.Contributions to Conferences
2013Impact behaviour testing of aluminium foamPERONI MARCO; SOLOMOS George; PIZZINATO ErminioArticles in Journals
2007Impact Testing of Anchors in ConcreteSOLOMOS GEORGE; BERRA Mario; CADONI EzioContributions to Conferences
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