Nonlinear finite-element analysis of concrete structures: Performance of a fully three-dimensional brittle model

 
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1991 (EN)
Nonlinear finite-element analysis of concrete structures: Performance of a fully three-dimensional brittle model (EN)

Kotsovos, MD (EN)
Pavlovic, MN (EN)
Vidosa, FG (EN)

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This paper constitutes possibly the most thorough study of the generality of any finite-element model to date (whether two- or three-dimensional). The proposed model is three-dimensional (and hence fully triaxial) and brittle in nature, permitting the validation of certain general concepts regarding the failure of concrete in a structure. The wide-ranging applicability of the package is tested on the basis of eight case studies, some stemming from recently completed objectivity and preliminary generality studies (the results of which are presently summarized and, in some cases, expanded), others appearing as additional-and even more challenging-complex test cases. © 1991. (EN)

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Concrete Structure (EN)
Mathematical Techniques--Finite Element Method (EN)
Three Dimensional Models (EN)
Three Dimensional (EN)
Materials Science--Mathematical Models (EN)
Concrete Construction (EN)
Brittle Materials (EN)
Concrete--Failure (EN)
Nonlinear Finite Element Analysis (EN)

Εθνικό Μετσόβιο Πολυτεχνείο (EL)
National Technical University of Athens (EN)

Computers and Structures (EN)

1991


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