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Rectangular Hollow Sections with circular web openings.

Thesis
Ridley-Ellis, D. Rectangular Hollow Sections with circular web openings. (Thesis)
The University of Nottingham. Retrieved from http://researchrepository.napier.ac.uk/id/eprint/8229
The primary aim of the project was to develop the basis for a set of rules to be used in the design of RHS slim floor edge beams with web openings. However, since the researc...

Fundamental behaviour of rectangular hollow sections with web openings.

Conference Proceeding
Ridley-Ellis, D., Davies, G., & Owen, J. S. (1998)
Fundamental behaviour of rectangular hollow sections with web openings. In Y. S. Choo, & G. J. van der Vegte (Eds.), Proceedings of the 8th International Symposium on Tubular Structures (ISTS), 167-175

Rectangular Hollow Sections as Slim Floor edge beams

Conference Proceeding
Ridley-Ellis, D., Davies, G., & Owen, J. S. (1998)
Rectangular Hollow Sections as Slim Floor edge beams. In D. Dubina, I. Vayas, & V. Ungureanu (Eds.), New Technologies and Structures in Civil Engineering – case studies on remarkable constructions, 145-156
Presented at Trends and developments in building, TEMPUS JEP 11297, Iasi (Romania), May 1998

The design of a masonry arch motorway bridge validated by scale model tests.

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Ridley-Ellis, D. The design of a masonry arch motorway bridge validated by scale model tests. (Thesis)
The University of Nottingham. Retrieved from http://researchrepository.napier.ac.uk/id/eprint/8231
MRes dissertation
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SIRT 2019-20 (WP1&2)

2019 - 2020
Our research activities are focused on understanding the physical and mechanical properties of wood and how these affect its performance in different applications. Our main aim is to better understand...
Funder: Scottish Forestry | Value: £96,000

InFutUReWood

2019 - 2022
Timber and construction research
Funder: European Commission | Value: £122,942

SIRT 2018-19 (WP1&2)

2018 - 2019
Our research activities are focused on understanding the physical and mechanical properties of wood and how these affect its performance in different applications. Our main aim is to better understand...
Funder: Scottish Forestry | Value: £99,000

SIRT WP2 2017-18

2017 - 2018
Timber grading standards support ensuring standards are good for the domestic timber industries, and supporting industry in using them
Funder: Scottish Forestry | Value: £42,500

SIRT WP1 2017-18

2017 - 2018
Applied research and knowledge transfer addressing industry needs – as set out by the SIRT management board. This includes providing information and advice to industry sponsors
Funder: Scottish Forestry | Value: £107,500

Extractives database support

2017 - 2018
Maintenance and hosting of website database developed in previous project
Funder: Scottish Forestry | Value: £3,000

Appearance grading Scots pine timber for joinery

2016 - 2017
This one year project will undertake a literature review and physical testing of Scots pine logs and boards. The aim of the project is to develop a predictive model of the knot characteristics of boar...
Funder: The Research Funding Council of Norway | Value: £28,000

Mobility grant with Ukrainian National Forestry University

2016 - 2017
British Council "Mobility Grant for Leadership Development Project". Funds visit by 6 persons from Ukraine to Edinburgh to seek potential collaborations in education and work based learning.
Funder: British Council | Value: £7,200

The Extractive Components of UK Hardwood

2016 - 2017
Use the ITED system to search literature based observations about the chemical extractive components of both broadleaf and conifer tree species commonly grown in the UK. Chemically, wood structure ma...
Funder: Scottish Forestry | Value: £28,492

Extractive components of Scottish roundwood

2015 - 2015
To investigate the extractives that are available in Sitka sprice, Scots pine and hybrid larch. To understand how the extractives vary between crop parts e.g. heartwood, bark, stumps, brash and thinni...
Funder: Scottish Forestry | Value: £15,623

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