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António Manuel Pinho Ramos

Assistant Professor

António Pinho Ramos received his Ph.D. degree in Civil Engineering / Structures (2003) from Instituto Superior Técnico, University of Lisbon and also holds a M.Sc. degree in Structural Engineering and a B.Eng in Civil Engineering also from University of Lisbon. After working in industry for 10 years, he joined the Department of Civil Engineering at NOVA University of Lisbon as a Teaching Assistant in 1999, and was promoted to Assistant Professor in 2003. He has been a professor in charge of courses of Reinforced Concrete I and II and Structural Project.

His main research interest are:

  • Concrete Structures,
  • Behavior of Flat Slab Structures,
  • Repair and Strengthening of Concrete and cyclic loading tests. 

Institution

  • Universidade NOVA de Lisboa

Department

  • DECivil

Research Group

  • Structures and Geotechnics

Publications

ReferenceJournalAUTHOR(S) CERISDATE
Fernandes, H.; Lúcio, V.; Ramos, A. (2016) Strengthening of concrete flat slabs with an overlaid reinforced concrete layer. Cape Town, South Africa:
Válter José da Guia Lúcio
António Manuel Pinho Ramos
2016
Ramos, A.; Marreiros, R.; Almeida, A.; Isufi, B.; Inácio, M. (2016) Punching of Flat Slabs under Reversed Horizontal Cyclic Loading. Philadelphia:
António Manuel Pinho Ramos
2016
Gouveia, N.D.; Lapi, M.; Orlando, M.; Faria, D.M.V.; Ramos, A.M.P. (2018) Experimental and theoretical evaluation of punching strength of steel fiber reinforced concrete slabs. Structural Concrete, 19, n.º 1. pp 217-229. doi: 10.1002/suco.201700136 Structural Concrete
António Manuel Pinho Ramos
2018
Fernandes, H.; Lúcio, V.; Ramos, A. (2016) Strengthening of concrete Flat Slabs with an Overlaid Reinforced Concrete Layer. Cape Town, South Africa:
Válter José da Guia Lúcio
António Manuel Pinho Ramos
2016
Lapi, M.; Martini, D.; Zagli, E.; Orlando, M.; Ramos, A.; Spinelli, P. (2016) Comparison of flat slab strengthening techniques against punching-shear. Capri, Italia:
António Manuel Pinho Ramos
2016