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Barbara Sołtysik and Robert Jankowski

References 1. Anagnostopoulos S.A.: Pounding of buildings in series during earthquakes, Earthquake Engineering and Structural Dynamics, 16 (1988) 443-456. 2. Anagnostopoulos S.A., Spiliopoulus K.V.: An investigation of earthquake induced pounding between adjacent building, Earthquake Engineering and Structural Dynamics, 21 (1992) 289-302. 3. Chau K.T., Wei X.X., Guo X., Shen C.Y.: Experimental and theoretical simulations of seismic poundings between two adjacent structures, Earthquake Engineering and Structural

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Jacek Dudkiewicz, Bronisław Gosowski and Piotr Organek

REFERENCES 1. Blicharski M.: Inżynieria materiałowa. Stal. Wydanie II zmienione i rozszerzone , Warszawa, WNT 2012. 2. Butnicki S.: Spawalnosć i kruchość stali , Warszawa, WNTechniczne 1991. 3. Czapliński K.: Dawne wyroby ze stopów żelaza , Wrocław, DWE 2009. 4. Dudkiewicz J., Gosowski B.: Generalizations of relations between strength and hardness of steel in structural elements under longitudinal load , Archives of Civil Engineering, (2004), 50, 1, 45-67. 5. Gosowski B., Kubica E.: Badania laboratoryjne konstrukcji metalowych

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Jacek Szafran and Kazimierz Rykaluk

.: Benchmark cases for advanced design of structural steel connections , Praha, Ĉeska Technika ĈVUT 2016.

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Wojciech Siekierski

References 1. Furtak K., Mosty zespolone , PWN, Warszawa 1999 2. Hou W., Ye M., Design methods of headed studs for composite decks of through steel bridges in high-speed railway , J. Cent. South Univ. Technol., 18 (2011) 946-952 3. Karlikowski J., Madaj A., Wołowicki W., Mostowe konstrukcje zespolone stalowo-betonowe , WKŁ, Warszawa 2007. 4. Siekierski W., Analiza numeryczna sił rozwarstwiających w pomoście zespolonym przśsła kratowego , Inżynieria i Budownictwo, 12 (2011) 674-676. 5. Siekierski W., Kolejowe przśsła kratownicowe z pasem

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Grzegorz Burczynski and Jakub Marcinowski

References 1. Gere J. M.: Mechanics of materials, Brooks/Cole, 2001. 2. ABAQUS, Inc., Analysis User’s Manual, Abaqus 2006. 3. COSMOS/M, Finite Element Analysis System, Version 2.9, Structural Research and Analysis Corporation, Electronic Manual, Los Angeles, California, 2002. 4. ROBOT MILLENNIUM, User’s electronic manual. Kraków, 2007. 5. PN-90/B-03200 Steel structures. Static calculations and design

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Natalia Lasowicz and Robert Jankowski

new base isolation system to reduce structural damage during earthquakes, Key Engineering Materials, 569-570, (2013) 143-150. 5. Falborski T., Jankowski R., Kwiecień A.: Experimental study on polymer mass used to repair damaged structures, Key Engineering Materials, 488-489, (2012) 347-350. 6. Lasowicz N., Jankowski R.: Numerical analysis of a temporary steel grandstand, In: Shell Structures: Theory and Applications - Proc. of the X SSTA Conference, CRC/Balkema, Leiden, Netherlands, 3, (2014) 543-546. 7. Lasowicz N

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Daniel Burkacki and Robert Jankowski

to harmonic and seismic excitations, Earthquake Engineering and Structural Dynamics, 36 (2007) 1701-1717. 4. De Angelis M., Giannini R., Paolacci F.: Experimental investigation on the seismic response of a steel liquid storage tank equipped with floating roof by shaking table tests, Earthquake Engineering and Structural Dynamics, 39 (2010) 377-396. 5. Instrukcja ITB 364/2007: Wymagania techniczne dla obiektów budowlanych wznoszonych na terenach górniczych, Warszawa, Instytut Techniki Budowlanej 2007. 6. Jankowski R

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Krzysztof Kuchta

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The use of steel bracings is possible in all four stages of engineering activities in the renovation and modernization of historic buildings, i. e.: protecting, repairing, strengthening and rebuilding. Steel bracings are auxiliary structural systems, which, due to their relatively small cross-section dimensions and low weight, provide an efficient way to achieve the required resistance and stability of the original historic building structural systems. The steel structure in most cases is the tissue that differs in style and material of genuine tissue which is present in a renewed historic building, but is also often a rational solution acceptable to the conservation and structural point of view.

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Piotr Kozioł, Maciej Kożuch, Wojciech Lorenc and Sławomir Rowiński

. Schweissen und Schneiden 29, Heft 4, 1977. 5. Kozioł P., Kożuch M. P., Lorenc W., Rowiński S.: Innovative solution of transition zone in steel-concrete hybrid beam , Recent progress in steel and composite structures: proceedings of the XIII International Conference on Metal Structures (ICMS2016), Zielona Góra, Poland, 15-17 June 2016, , pp. 137–142, 2016. 6. Kozioł P., Lorenc W.: Analiza połączenia stali z betonem w strefie przejściowej dźwigara zespolonego stalowo-betonowego , Materiały Budowlane, vol. nr 5, no. Journal Article, pp. 97–98, 2016. 7

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Kazimierz Flaga and Kazimierz Furtak

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The aim of the article [1] was to discuss the application of steel-concrete composite structures in bridge engineering in the aspect of structural design, analysis and execution. It was pointed out that the concept of steel-concrete structural composition is far from exhausted and new solutions interesting from the engineering, scientific and aesthetic points of view of are constantly emerging. These latest trends are presented against the background of the solutions executed in Poland and abroad. Particular attention is focused on structures of double composition and steel-concrete structures. Concrete filled steel tubular (CFST) structures are highlighted.