Bulletin of Applied Mechanics

The aim and scope of the Bulletin of Applied Mechanics is to convey scientific progress in applied mechanics to those concerned with application of this knowledge for the engineering practice. It addresses itself primarily to students, teachers, as well as to mechanical, civil and biomedical engineers involved in the study and practical application of mechanics. The Bulletin publishes original contributions in the field of experimental and numerical mechanics, mechanics of materials, biomechanics and review articles by experts on new developments in theoretical mechanics and advances in experimental techniques. An important aim of the Bulletin is to achieve a balance between academic material and practical applications

Vol 9, No 33 (2013)

Table of Contents

Original Article

Ultrasonography in assessing the healing process of an injured tendon - review PDF
Hsin-Yi Liu 1-7
Study of the durability of self compacting concrete with microsilica exposed to the Sodium Sulfate Attack PDF
Nasser Chelouah, Mariam Meziani 8-11
Concepts of Robot Accuracy Enhancement by Integrated Redundant Measurements PDF
Jiří Volech, Ladislav Mráz, Zbyněk Šika, Michael Valášek 12-17

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ISSN 1801-1217 (Print)
ISSN 1805-9422 (Online)
Published by the Czech Technical University in Prague, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering