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Ing. Róbert Štecák
Identification number: 63368
University e-mail: robert.stecak [at] stuba.sk
 
3644V02  Theory and Structures of Civil Engineering Works D-TKeIS4
FCE D-TKeIS4 den [year 3]
Doctoral type of study, full-time, attendance method form
3rd year of study

     
     
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Final thesis     
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The selected person is an author of the following publications.

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Publications
Type of resultYearDetails
1.
Bridge weigh-in-motion system
Štecák, Róbert
Bridge weigh-in-motion systém. In Advances in Architectural, Civil and Environmental Engineering. Bratislava: Spektrum STU, 2019, p. 448--454. ISBN 978-80-227-4972-5.
contributions in anthologies, chapters in monographs/textbooks, abstracts
2019
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2.
Design of footbridge through the Danube between Apollo bridge and Starý most
Štecák, Róbert -- Brodniansky, Ján
Návrh lávky pre peších cez Dunaj medzi mostom Apollo a Starým mostom. Diploma thesis. 2018.
final thesis
2018
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3.
Modeling and static analysis of telecommunications pole
Štecák, Róbert -- Prekop, Ľubomír
Modelovanie a statická analýza telekomunikačného stožiara. Bachelor thesis. 2016.
final thesis
2016
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4.Počiatočná rotačná tuhosť nitovaného spoja
Štecák, Róbert
The initial rotational stiffness of riveted connections. structures.sk. Navrhovanie, posudzovanie, realizácia a obnova nosných konštrukcií, 1. p. 41--44.
articles in magazines
2019
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5.
Vplyv korózie na napätia v prvkoch železničných mostov s otvorenou mostovkou
Štecák, Róbert
The Influence of corrosion on the stresses in members of open deck railway bridges. In YS2019 - Young Scientist 2019. Bristol: IOP Publishing, 2019.
contributions in anthologies, chapters in monographs/textbooks, abstracts
2019Details

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