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Martin Nilsson
Martin Nilsson

Martin Nilsson

Associate Professor
Luleå University of Technology
Structural Engineering
Structural and Fire Engineering
Department of Civil, Environmental and Natural Resources Engineering
martin.nilsson@ltu.se
+46 (0)920 492533
T2207 Luleå

Research interests

  • Young concrete and espacially restraint
  • Assessment of old concrete
  • Re-usage of structural elements

Teaching

I teach mostly about structural engineering, structural mechanics and concrete structures primarely within the Civil Engineering programme.

I am responsible for the following cources:

- bachelor's level

  • Building technology, K0011B
  • Structural design, K0013B
  • Structural design and fire, S0010B

- master's level

I also teach in

  • Structural engineering, B0002B
  • Concrete structures, K7002B
  • Structural mechanics II, B7003B

Publications

Conference paper

Quantifying the Environmental Impact of Railway Bridges Using Life Cycle Assessment: A Case Study (2022)

Al-Gburi. M, Gonzalez-Libreros. J, Sas. G, Nilsson. M
Part of: IABSE Symposium Prague 2022: Challenges for Existing and Oncoming Structures - Report, International Association for Bridge and Structural Engineering, 2022
Article in journal

Reducing Thermal Crack Risks Caused by Restraint in Young Concrete - A Case Study on Walls of Water Tanks (2022)

Al-Gburi. M, Jonasson. J, Nilsson. M
Nordic Concrete Research, Vol. 66, nr. 1, s. 41-54
Conference paper

Anchorage capacity and performance in plain and steelfibre-reinforced-concrete (2020)

Nilforoush. R, Pia. G, Nilsson. M, Elfgren. L
Part of: 1st IABSE Online Symposium 2020, Synergy of Culture and Civil Engineering - History and Challenges, s. 700-709, International Association for Bridge and Structural Engineering (IABSE), 2020
Conference paper

Fracture energy of concrete for bridge assessment (2020)

Nilforoush. R, Nilimaa. J, Bagge. N, Puurula. A, Ohlsson. U, Nilsson. M, et al.
Part of: 1st IABSE Online Symposium 2020, Synergy of Culture and Civil Engineering - History and Challenges, s. 692-699, International Association for Bridge and Structural Engineering (IABSE), 2020