Publication detail

Analysis of Unreinforced Ceramic Wall Panels in the Mounting State

KARLÍK, Š. LAVICKÝ, M. PĚNČÍK, J.

Original Title

Analysis of Unreinforced Ceramic Wall Panels in the Mounting State

English Title

Analysis of Unreinforced Ceramic Wall Panels in the Mounting State

Type

journal article

Language

en

Original Abstract

Properties of building materials used for the construction of surrounding structures significantly contribute to creating a healthy and comfortable microclimate inside the rooms. Ceramics belong among materials which exhibit very suitable properties for the formation of the healthy environment. It is also one of the reasons that the fired clay structures remain popular among builders and that recovery of ceramic prefabrication can be seen in the Czech Republic. The important step towards rediscovering the benefits of the prefabricated ceramic elements is forthcoming production of unreinforced ceramic wall panels made of fired clay masonry units with tongue and groove, connected in the bed joints by two-component adhesives. Conventional analytical model for vertical loads is used in the operating state. However, in the transport and mounting state it is a structure stressed by bending in its own plane. This paper is focused on the issue of load-bearing capacity of structures with masonry units cross-sections that are not filled in head joints and therefore are unable to transfer either tensile or compressive stresses. On the segment of the wall panel is performed numerical model analysis using the finite element method in the computing program ANSYS and comparison of this analysis results with the results of the experimental tests.

English abstract

Properties of building materials used for the construction of surrounding structures significantly contribute to creating a healthy and comfortable microclimate inside the rooms. Ceramics belong among materials which exhibit very suitable properties for the formation of the healthy environment. It is also one of the reasons that the fired clay structures remain popular among builders and that recovery of ceramic prefabrication can be seen in the Czech Republic. The important step towards rediscovering the benefits of the prefabricated ceramic elements is forthcoming production of unreinforced ceramic wall panels made of fired clay masonry units with tongue and groove, connected in the bed joints by two-component adhesives. Conventional analytical model for vertical loads is used in the operating state. However, in the transport and mounting state it is a structure stressed by bending in its own plane. This paper is focused on the issue of load-bearing capacity of structures with masonry units cross-sections that are not filled in head joints and therefore are unable to transfer either tensile or compressive stresses. On the segment of the wall panel is performed numerical model analysis using the finite element method in the computing program ANSYS and comparison of this analysis results with the results of the experimental tests.

Keywords

Prefabricated Ceramic Panel, Mounting State, Shapes of Panels, Bending in its own Plane, Static Issues.

Released

14.09.2016

Publisher

Trans Tech Publications

Location

Switzerland

Pages from

48

Pages to

55

Pages count

8

BibTex


@article{BUT132051,
  author="Štěpán {Karlík} and Miloš {Lavický} and Jan {Pěnčík}",
  title="Analysis of Unreinforced Ceramic Wall Panels in the Mounting State",
  annote="Properties of building materials used for the construction of surrounding structures
significantly contribute to creating a healthy and comfortable microclimate inside the rooms.
Ceramics belong among materials which exhibit very suitable properties for the formation of the
healthy environment. It is also one of the reasons that the fired clay structures remain popular
among builders and that recovery of ceramic prefabrication can be seen in the Czech Republic. The
important step towards rediscovering the benefits of the prefabricated ceramic elements is
forthcoming production of unreinforced ceramic wall panels made of fired clay masonry units with
tongue and groove, connected in the bed joints by two-component adhesives. Conventional
analytical model for vertical loads is used in the operating state. However, in the transport and
mounting state it is a structure stressed by bending in its own plane. This paper is focused on the
issue of load-bearing capacity of structures with masonry units cross-sections that are not filled in
head joints and therefore are unable to transfer either tensile or compressive stresses. On the
segment of the wall panel is performed numerical model analysis using the finite element method in
the computing program ANSYS and comparison of this analysis results with the results of the
experimental tests.",
  address="Trans Tech Publications",
  chapter="132051",
  doi="10.4028/www.scientific.net/AMM.861.48",
  howpublished="online",
  institution="Trans Tech Publications",
  number="861",
  volume="861",
  year="2016",
  month="september",
  pages="48--55",
  publisher="Trans Tech Publications",
  type="journal article"
}