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Abstract Tamil Nadu is among India's most developed and industrialized states. Onshore wind is the fastest-growing, with Tamil Nadu contributing 23 percent of the total wind capacity installed in India at 37,505 MW. This paper aims to... more
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      Civil Engineering, Ocean Engineering, Environmental Science, Wind Power
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      Civil Engineering, Geology, Rock mass classification
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      Mechanical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Applied Mathematics, Materials Science
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      Civil Engineering, Geological and Geotechnical Engineering
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      Mechanical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Computer Science, Robust control
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      Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Engineering and Applied Sciences
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      Materials Engineering, Civil Engineering, Materials Science, Cement
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      Materials Engineering, Civil Engineering, Materials Science, Civil Engineering Materials
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      Civil Engineering, Soil Dynamics, Numerical Method, Soil Structure Interaction
This paper aims to investigate the flexural behaviour of the rubberized and hybrid rubberized reinforced concrete beams. A total of fourteen beams, 150×200 mm in cross-section with 1000 mm in length, were subject to a laboratory test over... more
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      Civil Engineering, Materials Science, Natural rubber, Composite Material
In marching towards a rapid economic expansion after the end of 30 years’ civil war, Sri Lanka is in enormous needs of entrepreneurs to generate new wealth for the country. Accounting for the major...
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      Business, Civil Engineering, Construction Management, Sri Lanka
Purpose – The aim of this study is to explore the impact of using foreign workers on construction productivity in project situations. Generally, foreign-funded projects use both native and foreign workers. Foreign workforce entering into... more
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      Business, Civil Engineering, Building
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      Civil Engineering, System Integration, Preventive measures, Structural Survey
This paper discusses some important findings from a research project on the maintainability of wet areas of high‐rise non‐residential, buildings. The implications of six key factors of maintainability namely water‐tightness, spatial,... more
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      Civil Engineering, Residential Property, Structural Survey
PurposeThe research into the issue of maintainability of multi‐storey buildings in Sri Lanka is still in its adolescent stage. One of the critical building elements that requires immediate attention for maintainability is reinforced... more
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      Engineering, Civil Engineering, Sri Lanka, Risk Analysis
PurposeThe factors contributing to maintenance cost include the life‐long environmental factors that the building is exposed to during its useful life as well as parameters relating to the design, construction and maintenance processes.... more
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      Engineering, Civil Engineering, Building
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      Civil Engineering, Materials Science, Structural Engineering, Building
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      Environmental Engineering, Civil Engineering, Mathematics, Water Resources planning and management
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      Mechanical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Interdisciplinary Engineering
Abstract The leak-induced reflection information forms the basis of developing and applying transient-based leak detection methods in water-filled pipelines. The transient reflection method (TRM) has been widely incorporated in various... more
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      Mechanical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Mathematics, Pipeline transport