Items where SHU Author is "Laycock, Elizabeth"
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ELLIS, Simon, GOODWIN, Andrew, LAYCOCK, Elizabeth and HIRST, Chris (2015). Use of crushed brick in reinforced earth railway structures. Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers. Construction Materials. (In Press)
LAYCOCK, Elizabeth and WOOD, Christopher (2014). Understanding and controlling the ingress of driven rain through exposed, solid wall masonry structures. Geological Society special publication, 391, 175-191.
BROUGH, Robert and LAYCOCK, Elizabeth (2009). An investigation into the non-uniform decay of Hardwick Stone. Sheffield Hallam University Built Environment Research Transactions, 1 (1), 37-54.
LAYCOCK, Elizabeth A, SPENCE, Kevin, JEFFERSON, David P, HETHERINGTON, Stephen, MARTIN, Bill and WOODS, Christopher (2008). Testing the durability of limestone for cathedral façade restoration. Environmental Geology, 56 (3-4), 521-528.
CHIDIROGLOU, Iordanis, GOODWIN, Andy, LAYCOCK, Liz and O'FLAHERTY, Fin (2008). Physical properties of demolition waste material. Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineering Journal Construction Materials (CM3), 97-103.
LAYCOCK, Elizabeth (2002). Ten years of frost testing at Sheffield Hallam University. Construction and Building Materials, 16 (4), 195-205.
PICALLI, Joseph and LAYCOCK, Elizabeth (2001). Limestone mortars as a problem for sandstone. Journal of Architectural Conservation, 7 (3), 24-31.
LAYCOCK, Elizabeth A and YATES, Tim (2001). Validation of a proposed test for sulphate attack of mortars. Masonry International, 14 (3).
LAYCOCK, Elizabeth and YATES, Tim (2000). Observed differences in freeze-thaw performance generated in different brick/mortar combinations. Masonry International, 14 (2).
TAYLOR-FIRTH, Alan and LAYCOCK, Elizabeth (1999). Weathering simulation for durability assessment of the in-service performance of construction materials. Quarterly Journal of Engineering Geology and Hydrogeology, 32 (3), 291-302.
TAYLOR-FIRTH, Alan and LAYCOCK, Elizabeth (1998). Parameters to be Considered in the Assessment of the Durability of Construction Materials. Masonry International, 12 (1), 5-9.