Experimental investigation on masonry elements subjected to eccentric axial loads

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Title of host publicationStructural analysis of historical constructions - Possibilities of numerical and experimental techniques
Pages281-289
Publication statusPublished - 2005

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Cavaleri, L., La Mendola, L., Papia, M., & Failla, A. (2005). Experimental investigation on masonry elements subjected to eccentric axial loads. In Structural analysis of historical constructions - Possibilities of numerical and experimental techniques (pp. 281-289)

Experimental investigation on masonry elements subjected to eccentric axial loads. / Cavaleri, Liborio; La Mendola, Lidia; Papia, Maurizio; Failla, Andrea.

Structural analysis of historical constructions - Possibilities of numerical and experimental techniques. 2005. p. 281-289.

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Cavaleri, L, La Mendola, L, Papia, M & Failla, A 2005, Experimental investigation on masonry elements subjected to eccentric axial loads. in Structural analysis of historical constructions - Possibilities of numerical and experimental techniques. pp. 281-289.
Cavaleri L, La Mendola L, Papia M, Failla A. Experimental investigation on masonry elements subjected to eccentric axial loads. In Structural analysis of historical constructions - Possibilities of numerical and experimental techniques. 2005. p. 281-289
Cavaleri, Liborio ; La Mendola, Lidia ; Papia, Maurizio ; Failla, Andrea. / Experimental investigation on masonry elements subjected to eccentric axial loads. Structural analysis of historical constructions - Possibilities of numerical and experimental techniques. 2005. pp. 281-289
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