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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2013Beton und Stahlbetonkonstruktionen unter Explosion und ImpaktGEBBEKEN Norbert; HÜBNER Max; LARCHER Martin; MICHALOUDIS Georgios; PIETZSCH AchimArticles in Journals
2011Can venting areas mitigate the risk due to air blast inside railway carriages?LARCHER Martin; CASADEI Folco; SOLOMOS George; GEBBEKEN NorbertArticles 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
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
2010Influence of venting areas in tubular structures like train carriages subjected to internal explosionsLARCHER Martin; CASADEI Folco; GEBBEKEN Norbert; SOLOMOS GeorgeContributions to Conferences
2013Performance of Tunnel Lining Materials under Internal Blast LoadingCHAKRABORTY Tanusree; LARCHER Martin; GEBBEKEN NorbertArticles in Journals
2011Simulation of laminated glass loaded by air blast wavesLARCHER Martin; TEICH Martien; GEBBEKEN Norbert; SOLOMOS George; CASADEI Folco; GRECIA Falcon; SONIA SarmientoContributions to Conferences
2010Simulation of Laminated Glass Loaded by Air Blast WavesLARCHER Martin; TEICH Martien; GEBBEKEN Norbert; SOLOMOS GeorgeContributions to Conferences
2010Simulation terroristischer Anschläge in MassenverkehrsmittelnLARCHER Martin; SOLOMOS George; CASADEI Folco; GEBBEKEN NorbertArticles in Journals
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