Objective of the course – aims of the course unit:|
Analysis of linear and non-linear behaviour of concrete structures sections.
Non-linear static analysis of concrete structures and their parts.
Objective of the course – learning outcomes and competences:|
A student gains these knowledge and skills:
• Analysis of linear and non-linear behaviour of concrete structures sections.
• Non-linear static analysis of concrete structures and their parts.
structural mechanics, numerical methods, concrete structures, prestressed concrete
Course contents (annotation):|
Non-linear material models of plain and reinforced concrete and their application in some commercial programming systems of MKP.
Modelling of concrete members sections behaviour (linear and non-linear analysis) using the FEM analysis, Non-linear analysis of reinforced concrete sections.
Solution of state of stress effected by temperature load.
Teaching methods and criteria:|
Assesment methods and criteria linked to learning outcomes:|
Requirements for successful completion of the subject are specified by guarantor’s regulation updated for every academic year.
1. Modelling of cross-section behaviour of concrete members, linear and non-linear analysis. General formulation of the problem as physically non-linear task.
2. Solution of the conditions of equilibrium. Iterative methods. Control of loadd-bearing capacity.
3. Non-linear material models of concrete and reinforced concrete. Cracks, cracks localization, fracture energy, modelling of concrete in tension.
4. Plane state of stress, concrete crushing. Methods of solution of non-linear equations system.
5. Methods of non-linear task solution: layered, integral. Non-linear modelling of flat concrete structures.
6. Non-linear analysis of prestressed concrete sections. Optimisation of reinforcement design into a section.
7. Non-linear material models of concrete and reinforced concrete in some comercial software of FEM systems.
8. Temperature effects on concrete – calculation of temperature stress acting on structures.
Specification of controlled education, way of implementation and compensation for absences:|
Extent and forms are specified by guarantor’s regulation updated for every academic year.
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Zienkiewicz, O. C: Method der Finiten Elemente. Hanser Verlag, Bonn 1977
Kanický, V., Kolář, V., Němec, I.: Metoda konečných prvků. Výpočet konstrukcí ....... Computer Press, Praha 1998
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Kolektiv autorů: NEXIS 32 - manuál programu. SCIA CZ 2003
Team of Authors: ATENA Program Documentation, Part 1 - Theory. Červenka Consulting, Praha 2000