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Mr Adam Mannis

Lecturer in Construction Management and Engineering Sustainability Civil Engineering and Industrial Design

Publications

2019

Investigation of efficient self-powered sensors for vibrations in building floors (Conference Paper)

Di Sarno, L., Dada, T. E., Mannis, A., Fazzolari, F. A., & Paoletti, P. (2020). Investigation of efficient self-powered sensors for vibrations in building floors. In SUSTAINABLE BUILDINGS AND STRUCTURES: BUILDING A SUSTAINABLE TOMORROW (pp. 105-111). Retrieved from http://gateway.webofknowledge.com/

Numerical evaluation of reinforced concrete frames with corroded steel reinforcement under seismic loading: A case study (Conference Paper)

Pugliese, F., Di Sarno, L., & Mannis, A. (2020). Numerical evaluation of reinforced concrete frames with corroded steel reinforcement under seismic loading: A case study. In SUSTAINABLE BUILDINGS AND STRUCTURES: BUILDING A SUSTAINABLE TOMORROW (pp. 112-120). Retrieved from http://gateway.webofknowledge.com/

A Multi-Level Model of Collaboration – Lessons Learnt from Social Scientific Interpretive Research (Conference Paper)

Sujan, S. F., Wheatcroft, J., Jones, S., Kiviniemi, A., & Mannis, A. (2019). A Multi-Level Model of Collaboration – Lessons Learnt from Social Scientific Interpretive Research. In Advances in ICT in Design, Construction and Management in Architecture, Engineering, Construction and Operations (AECO): Proceedings of the 36th CIB W78 2019 Conference Vol. 36. Northumbria University at Newcastle, United Kingdom.

2018

Utilising database-driven interactive software to enhance independent home-study in a flipped classroom setting: going beyond visualising engineering concepts to ensuring formative assessment (Journal article)

Comerford, L., Mannis, A., DeAngelis, M., Kougioumtzoglou, I. A., & Beer, M. (2018). Utilising database-driven interactive software to enhance independent home-study in a flipped classroom setting: going beyond visualising engineering concepts to ensuring formative assessment. European Journal of Engineering Education, 43(4), 522-537. doi:10.1080/03043797.2017.1293617

DOI: 10.1080/03043797.2017.1293617

2014

An open approach to educational resource development, with a specific example from structural engineering (Conference Paper)

Comerford, L., DeAngelis, M., Mannis, A., Beer, M., & Kougioumtzoglou, I. (2014). An open approach to educational resource development, with a specific example from structural engineering. In SEFI Annual Conference 2014.

2003

The Tool Shop or Characterising Your Material (Chapter)

Goodhew, P. J., & Mannis, A. (2003). The Tool Shop or Characterising Your Material. In C. A. Baillie, & L. Vanasupa (Eds.), Navigating the Materials World (pp. 31-50). London: Academic Press.