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- ItemExperimental assessment of the similarity law for a one-dimensional coupled heat and water vapor diffusion in hemp concrete(Elsevier Ltd, 2023-08-01) Charaka A.; Berger J.; Benmahiddine F.; Belarbi R.
- ItemInvestigation of eco-friendly and economic shape-stabilized composites for building walls and thermal comfort(Elsevier Ltd, 2022-03-01) Sawadogo, Mohamed; Godin, Alexandre; Duquesne, Marie; Lacroix, Elodie; Veillère, Amélie; Hamami, Ameur El Amine; Belarbi, Rafik
- ItemMultiscale investigation of self-consolidating earthen materials using a novel concrete-equivalent mortar approach(Elsevier Ltd, 2023-03-17) Kohandelnia, Mojtaba; Hosseinpoor, Masoud; Yahia, Ammar; Belarbi, Rafik
- ItemProper Generalized Decomposition using Taylor expansion for non-linear diffusion equations(Elsevier B.V., 2023-06) Deeb, Ahmad; Kalaoun, Omar; Belarbi, Rafik
- ItemVirtual reality for lost architectural heritage visualization utilizing limited data(International Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing, 2/25/2022) Gunay, SerkanThe process of building digital models of architectural heritage has become increasingly complex and accordingly this enables the potential of utilizing digital techniques as a tool in the context of research. Depending on the objective of the research, there are various tools and outcomes. Ranging from information management projects by using Building Information Modelling (BIM) and Geographical Information Systems (GIS) technologies, to providing Virtual Reality (VR) and Augmented Reality (AR) by using smart technologies for visualization of architectural heritage, there is an increasing demand because of their fast developing technological abilities. Additionally, the digitization processes also becoming less dependent to the information coming from the building and as a result the subject of such research includes buildings that have disappeared without various archival data or other types of historical information. This paper investigates the different visualization techniques and tools for lost architectural heritage examples in postconflict societies with limited available data, focusing on the VR mobile applications and their implementations. © 2022 Author(s).