Record
Title
A critical analysis of international standards for construction classification - results from the development of a new Swedish construction classification system
Type
Conference Proceeding/Paper
Publ. year
2016
Author/s
Ekholm, Anders
Department/s
Division of Structural Engingeering
In LUP since
2016-11-01
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539 75 8
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Kazakhstan 75 (14%)
Sweden 45 (8%)
Germany 32 (6%)
United States of America 32 (6%)
Russian Federation 28 (5%)
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland 24 (4%)
Netherlands 19 (4%)
Spain 17 (3%)
Belgium 17 (3%)
China 13 (2%)
Italy 13 (2%)
Denmark 12 (2%)
France 10 (2%)
Poland 10 (2%)
Australia 10 (2%)
Norway 10 (2%)
Lithuania 8 (1%)
Portugal 8 (1%)
Estonia 7 (1%)
Japan 7 (1%)
Bulgaria 6 (1%)
Singapore 6 (1%)
Cuba 6 (1%)
Brazil 6 (1%)
Greece 6 (1%)
South Korea 6 (1%)
Finland 6 (1%)
Romania 5 (1%)
Malaysia 5 (1%)
Austria 5 (1%)
Czech Republic 5 (1%)
Ukraine 5 (1%)
Croatia 4 (1%)
Slovakia 4 (1%)
Iceland 4 (1%)
Ireland 4 (1%)
Canada 4 (1%)
European Union location 3 (1%)
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Iran 3 (1%)
Latvia 3 (1%)
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2019-06-24 03:11:09