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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2007Purpose and Justification for New Design Standards Regarding the Use of Glass Products in Civil Engineering WorksZARNIC Roko; TSIONIS GEORGIOS; GUTIERREZ TENREIRO EUGENIO; PINTO VIEIRA ARTUR; GERADIN MICHEL; DIMOVA SilviaEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2004Seismic Assessment and Retrofit of Existing Reinforced Concrete BridgesTSIONIS GeorgiosPhD Theses
2008Seismic Design Criteria for Multi-storey Precast StructuresBIONDINI Fabio; TONIOLO Giandomenico; TSIONIS GeorgiosContributions to Conferences
2010Seismic Design of Masonry Buildings According to Chinese Standards and Eurocode 8TSIONIS Georgios; ZHAO Bin; TAUCER Fabio; PINTO VIEIRA ArturContributions to Conferences
2010Seismic Design of RC Buildings According to Chinese Standards and Eurocode 8TSIONIS Georgios; ZHAO Bin; TAUCER Fabio; PINTO VIEIRA ArturContributions to Conferences
2014Seismic fragility curves for reinforced concrete buildings and bridges in ThessalonikiTSIONIS Georgios; FARDIS MichaelContributions to Conferences
2007Training and Promotion of the EurocodesGULVANESSIAN Haig; PINTO VIEIRA ARTUR; DIMOVA Silvia; TSIONIS GEORGIOS; GERADIN MICHELEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2008Vulnerabilità Sismica degli Edifici Prefabbricati Esistenti: Analisi di un Edificio Critico Senza Diaframma di CoperturaPALERMO Alessandro; TONIOLO Giandomenico; TSIONIS GeorgiosContributions to Conferences
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