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Hodnoty parametrů betonu z lomových zkoušek pro numerickou simulaci chování kotevních bloků

KERŠNER, Z. VESELÝ, V. PRŮŠA, J. KARMAZÍNOVÁ, M. SCHMID, P.

Original Title

Hodnoty parametrů betonu z lomových zkoušek pro numerickou simulaci chování kotevních bloků

Czech Title

Hodnoty parametrů betonu z lomových zkoušek pro numerickou simulaci chování kotevních bloků

Language

cs

Original Abstract

The knowledge of values of fracture-mechanical parameters is fundamental for failure numerical modelling of concrete elements. Experimental results of 6 notched-beam concrete specimens subjected to three-point bending are used here. Effective crack model is applied to determine fracture-mechanical parameters. The results of the paper are mean values and variability of selected fracture-mechanical parameters. Values of modulus of elasticity and specific fracture energy are recommended as input values of finite element method modelling of anchor-concrete response.

Czech abstract

The knowledge of values of fracture-mechanical parameters is fundamental for failure numerical modelling of concrete elements. Experimental results of 6 notched-beam concrete specimens subjected to three-point bending are used here. Effective crack model is applied to determine fracture-mechanical parameters. The results of the paper are mean values and variability of selected fracture-mechanical parameters. Values of modulus of elasticity and specific fracture energy are recommended as input values of finite element method modelling of anchor-concrete response.

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BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT23608,
  author="Zbyněk {Keršner} and Václav {Veselý} and Jaroslav {Průša} and Marcela {Karmazínová} and Pavel {Schmid}",
  title="Hodnoty parametrů betonu z lomových zkoušek pro numerickou simulaci chování kotevních bloků",
  annote="The knowledge of values of fracture-mechanical parameters is fundamental for failure numerical modelling of concrete elements. Experimental results of 6 notched-beam concrete specimens subjected to three-point bending are used here. Effective crack model is applied to determine fracture-mechanical parameters. The results of the paper are mean values and variability of selected fracture-mechanical parameters. Values of modulus of elasticity and specific fracture energy are recommended as input values of finite element method modelling of anchor-concrete response.",
  booktitle="Experiment 2007",
  chapter="23608",
  year="2007",
  month="october",
  pages="187--192",
  type="conference paper"
}