Haris Alexakis
Haris Alexakis
Research Associate in Infrastructure Monitoring and Modelling, University of Cambridge
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TitleCited byYear
The effect of stereotomy on the shape of the thrust-line and the minimum thickness of semicircular masonry arches
N Makris, H Alexakis
Archive of Applied Mechanics 83 (10), 1511-1533, 2013
322013
Limit equilibrium analysis and the minimum thickness of circular masonry arches to withstand lateral inertial loading
H Alexakis, N Makris
Archive of Applied Mechanics 84 (5), 757-772, 2014
312014
Minimum thickness of elliptical masonry arches
H Alexakis, N Makris
Acta Mechanica 224 (12), 2977-2991, 2013
262013
Limit equilibrium analysis of masonry arches
H Alexakis, N Makris
Archive of Applied Mechanics 85 (9-10), 1363-1381, 2015
212015
Structural stability and bearing capacity analysis of the tunnel-entrance to the stadium of ancient Nemea
H Alexakis, N Makris
International Journal of Architectural Heritage 7 (6), 673-692, 2013
162013
Limit equilibrium analysis of masonry buttresses and towers under lateral and gravity loads
N Makris, H Alexakis
Archive of Applied Mechanics 85 (12), 1915-1940, 2015
132015
From Hooke’s "Hanging Chain" and Milankovitch’s "Druckkurven" to a Variational Formulation: The Adventure of the Thrust-Line of Masonry Arches
N Makris, H Alexakis
Report Series in Earthquake Engineering and Applied Mechanics, 2012
92012
Hinging mechanisms of masonry single-nave barrel vaults subjected to lateral and gravity loads
H Alexakis, N Makris
Journal of Structural Engineering 143 (6), 04017026, 2017
72017
Limit state analysis and earthquake resistance of masonry arches
H Alexakis
University of Patras, Greece, 2013
42013
From Hooke’s “hanging chain” and Milankovitch’s “druckkurven” to a Variational Formulation: in Search of the Minimum Thickness of Masonry Arches
N Makris, H Alexakis
10th HSTAM International Congress on Mechanics, Chania, Crete, Greece, 25 …, 2013
42013
Validation of the discrete element method for the limit stability analysis of masonry arches
H Alexakis, N Makris
Computational modeling of masonry structures using the discrete element …, 2016
32016
The effect of stereotomy on the shape of the thrust-line and the minimum thickness of masonry arches
N Makris, H Alexakis
9IMC - 9th International Masonry Conference, Guimarães, Portugal, 7-9 July …, 2014
32014
Stability analysis of the underground masonry tunnel of Ancient Nemea
H Alexakis, N Makris
Geotechnical Engineering for the Preservation of Monuments and Historic …, 2013
22013
A multi-sensing monitoring system to study deterioration of a railway bridge
H Alexakis, A Franza, S Acikgoz, M DeJong
9th International Conference on Structural Health Monitoring of Intelligent …, 2019
12019
Structural Health Monitoring of a masonry viaduct with Fibre Bragg Grating sensors
H Alexakis, A Franza, S Acikgoz, DJ Matthew
IABSE SYMPOSIUM GUIMARÃES 2019, Towards a Resilient Built Environment Risk …, 2019
12019
Minimum Uplift Horizontal Acceleration of the Single-Nave Barrel Vault and the Rocking Frame
H Alexakis, N Makris
ISSMGE International Journal of Geoengineering Case Histories 4 (4), 275-288, 2018
12018
The effect of stereotomy on the minimum thickness of masonry arches: a variational formulation approach
N Makris, H Alexakis
Proc. int. Jubilee Conference UACEG2012: Science & Practice, 273-278, 2012
12012
The Marsh Lane Railway Viaduct: 2 years of monitoring with combined sensing and surveying technologies
S Acikgoz, H Alexakis, S Ye, A Franza, M DeJong
9th International Conference on Arch Bridges (ARCH 2019), 2019
2019
Measurement of the flow of force in a skewed masonry arch bridge using fibre optic sensing
S Cocking, H Alexakis, M DeJong
9th International Conference on Structural Health Monitoring of Intelligent …, 2019
2019
MONITORING BRIDGE DEGRADATION USING DYNAMIC STRAIN, ACOUSTIC EMISSION AND ENVIRONMENTAL DATA
H Alexakis, A Franza, S Acikgoz, M DeJong
International Conference on Smart Infrastructure and Construction (ICSIC) 2019, 2019
2019
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