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The contribution of internal masonry thermal mass to the thermal performance of Australian housing 17 11 0
Application of a neuro-fuzzy model to evaluate the thermal performance of typical Australian residential masonry buildings 178 155 8
Masonry wallettes with damp-proof course membrane subjected to cyclic shear: an experimental study 176 153 0
Influences on engineering enrolments: a synthesis of the findings of recent reports 158 124 3
Identification and development of strategies for increasing engineering enrolments 107 77 1
Reducing the energy consumption of existing residential buildings, for climate change and scarce resource scenarios in 2050 43 29 0
Investigation on the effect of phase changing materials on the thermal performance of a green house using the finite volume method 29 22 0
A statistical study on the combined effects of wall thermal mass and thermal resistance on internal air temperatures 35 23 0
A concept for a potential metric to characterise the dynamic thermal performance of walls 22 15 0
Use of dissimilar walling systems on residential building envelopes for improving their thermal performance 206 159 0
A study of the impact of fibres on masonry bond strength using quantitative image analysis 21 15 0
A neuro-fuzzy model for prediction of the indoor temperature in typical Australian residential buildings 133 114 0
The flexural strength of stack bonded masonry stage 1 - a preliminary study 95 69 0
A technique to measure the impact of masonry components on housing thermal performance 12 10 0
Cyclic in-plane shear behaviour of unreinforced masonry wall panels strengthened with NSM FRP strips 42 31 0
Effect of thermal mass on the thermal performance of various Australian residential constructions systems 213 170 0
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