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  • Volkan Kahya; Karadeniz Technical University (International Balkans Conference on Challenges of Civil Engineering, 2013-07-15)
    In this study, a multilayered shear deformable finite element for dynamic analysis oflaminated composite beams subjected to moving loads is presented. The beam model includesseparate rotational degrees of freedom for each ...
  • Elton Pasku; Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Natural Sciences,TIRANA University; Anjeza Pasku (Krakulli); Department of Mathematics, University of "Aleksander Moisiu" (International Symposium on Computing in Informatics and Mathematics, 2013-07-15)
    There is a large amount of published work in the last decade on finiteness conditionsof monoids and groups such as n FP and its siblings. Recently Gray and Pride havefound that a Clifford monoid containing a minimal ...
  • Tirana, Gerta; Turan, Gungor (2014-06-02)
    The Fisher’s hypothesis is regarded as one of the most important hypothesis in macroeconomics. Fisher (1930) argued that the nominal interest rate consists of an expected ‘real’ rate plus an expected inflation rate and ...
  • Gandolfi, Enrico (Academicus International Scientific Journal, 2013-01)
    In my contribution I want to investigate, from a theoretical point of view but also with methodological and practical consequences, the qualitative role of metaphor in social research. As tool able to improve and facilitate ...
  • Hodo, Livia (Epoka University, 2014-06)
    Albania faced a closed economy during the communist regime, which closed the doors towards development. After 1990, at the declaration of the democracy and the new era coming in the country, Direct Foreign Investment was ...
  • Gungor Turan; Erfina Kalej (International Balkan Annual Conference, 2013-07-15)
    In this paper, FDI is to be examined in general and specifically in Albania. In thefirst part the definition of FDI is given, its history, its positive effects or costs thatcause to the host country, effects to the economic ...
  • Timothy Hagen; Epoka University (International Balkan Annual Conference, 2013-07-15)
    The Balkans have long struggled with issues of identity-based conflict andgrievances. What is the solution? This study assesses perspectives of students fromEpoka University on how to best resolve historical grievances in ...
  • Scricco, Francesco (2014-07-12)
    The study focuses its attention on the plan for the founding of the city of Littoria and subsequent expansion plans, all drawn by the same designer, Oriolo Frezzotti. Designed during the reclamation of the Pontine Marshes, ...
  • Ylber Muceku; Polytechnic University of Tirana; Mentor Lamaj; Geological Survey of Albania (International Balkans Conference on Challenges of Civil Engineering, 2013-07-15)
    This paper shows the results of the geotechnical investigation carried out in southern part of Tirana city, Albania for study a large foundation on which is planned to build the bigger supermarket. Based on duty of the ...
  • Scricco, Francesco (2014-06-03)
    The founding of the city of Littoria (then Latina) in 1932 represented a nearly unique event on the European scene of those years, both for the speed with which it was completed, both for the fact that a single designer ...
  • Veizaj, Denada; Islami, Gjergji (2014-06-02)
    Contemporary theories on urbanism admit the complex nature of the urban fabric. This means that reading and understanding urban facts requires a much more complex theoretical model than the Euclidian Geometry can offer. ...
  • Hüseyin, Bilgin (International Balkans Conferance on Challenges of Civil Engineering, 2013-05-23)
    This study focuses on, by means of a probabilistic approach, the seismic safety evaluation of a school building in Turkey designed before the introduction of modern anti-seismic codes. A typical school building which was ...
  • Demi, Albana; Farruku, Eglantina (Proceedings of the 5th International Conference on European Studies 5th ICES 6-7 November 2015, 2015-11-06)
    Considering social and economic factors and their effects on the global economy this study has singled to present one of the most important macroeconomic factors such as unemployment. Unemployment is a disturbing factor ...
  • Acikgenc, Merve; Alyamac, Kursat Esat; Ulucan, Zulfu Cinar (International Balkans Conferance on Challenges of Civil Engineering, 2013-05-23)
    Concrete is a brittle material which has a low tensile strength and a low tensile strain capacity. These weak points of concrete can be resolved by including fibers made of different materials with high technical ...
  • Muhammet Yurdakul; Bayburt University; Sevket Ates; Karadeniz Technical University (International Balkans Conference on Challenges of Civil Engineering, 2013-07-15)
    Seismic isolated building structures are examined in this study. Herein, a two dimensional and eight stories of a building with and without triple friction pendulum (TCFP) bearing is used in the time history analysis under ...
  • Occhinegro, Ubaldo (2nd International Balkans Conferance on Challenges of Civil Engineering, 2013-05-23)
    This contribute highlights the main architectural aspects and building issues of the Federician architecture, by which we specifically mean all those constructions - most exclusively military and civil - Frederick II of ...
  • Abazi, Alajdin; Iljazi, Iljas; Spirovski, Darko (Academicus International Scientific Journal, 2011-07)
    Following new global trends, the South East European University (SEEU), besides excellence in teaching and research, is committed to contributing to climate change effects and energy efficiency. SEEU will introduce a ...
  • Soner Sahin; Yeditepe University (International Conference on Architecture and Urban Design, 2013-06-26)
    This study aims to define the changes in architectural scenery and cityscape in Ottoman cultural life in early modern era, i.e. 18th century. It is aimed to complement intercultural relations in this age through surveying ...
  • Orhan, Adiguzel; Umut Can, Ozturk; Hasan, Yuksel (Epoka University Center for European Studies, 2011-04-09)
    Human exploitation is one of the most noncompliant and unacceptable invasion of human rights. Even though generally developed countries are interested in the effects on their own political and economical scheme, actually ...
  • Huseyin Turoglu; Istanbul University; Musa Uludag; Trakya University<br /> (International Balkan Annual Conference, 2013-07-15)
    Catastrophic floods frequently occur in Edirne and its close vicinity. Various aspects of these floods are examined by many researchers. This study attempts to answer the question of which geographic factors cause flooding ...

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