Publication detail

The Materially Non-linear Analysis of Concrete Plane Frame Structures Using ANSYS System With a USER102 Finite Beam Element

PĚNČÍK, J.

Original Title

The Materially Non-linear Analysis of Concrete Plane Frame Structures Using ANSYS System With a USER102 Finite Beam Element

English Title

The Materially Non-linear Analysis of Concrete Plane Frame Structures Using ANSYS System With a USER102 Finite Beam Element

Type

conference paper

Language

en

Original Abstract

This paper presents both a method and a computational program for the material non-linear analysis of concrete plane frame structures. The computational method is based on a layered approach and uses material models, which are based on the theory of plasticity and also on the theory of fracture mechanics. This method may be used to calculate the Ultimate Limit State of reinforced concrete structures and prestressed concrete structures with internal and external tendons. For analysis the ANSYS computational system with the user beam element USER102 is used. It is possible to place this user beam element eccentrically at both external nodes with respect to the "reference axis". Thus, a concrete cross-section, which is divided into a finite number of layers of, e.g., reinforcement steel, prestressing tendons or other structural materials, can be modeled separately.

English abstract

This paper presents both a method and a computational program for the material non-linear analysis of concrete plane frame structures. The computational method is based on a layered approach and uses material models, which are based on the theory of plasticity and also on the theory of fracture mechanics. This method may be used to calculate the Ultimate Limit State of reinforced concrete structures and prestressed concrete structures with internal and external tendons. For analysis the ANSYS computational system with the user beam element USER102 is used. It is possible to place this user beam element eccentrically at both external nodes with respect to the "reference axis". Thus, a concrete cross-section, which is divided into a finite number of layers of, e.g., reinforcement steel, prestressing tendons or other structural materials, can be modeled separately.

Released

01.06.2001

Publisher

Higher School of Construction Engineering L. Karavelov (VSU)

Location

Sofia, Bulgaria

Pages from

73

Pages to

78

Pages count

6

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT6619,
  author="Jan {Pěnčík}",
  title="The Materially Non-linear Analysis of Concrete Plane Frame Structures Using ANSYS System With a USER102 Finite Beam Element",
  annote="This paper presents both a method and a computational program for the material non-linear analysis of concrete plane frame structures. The computational method is based on a layered approach and uses material models, which are based on the theory of plasticity and also on the theory of fracture mechanics. This method may be used to calculate the Ultimate Limit State of reinforced concrete structures and prestressed concrete structures with internal and external tendons. For analysis the ANSYS computational system with the user beam element USER102 is used. It is possible to place this user beam element eccentrically at both external nodes with respect to the "reference axis". Thus, a concrete cross-section, which is divided into a finite number of layers of, e.g., reinforcement steel, prestressing tendons or other structural materials, can be modeled separately.",
  address="Higher School of Construction Engineering L. Karavelov (VSU)",
  booktitle="Proceedings of the Scientific Session VSU 2001",
  chapter="6619",
  institution="Higher School of Construction Engineering L. Karavelov (VSU)",
  year="2001",
  month="june",
  pages="73--78",
  publisher="Higher School of Construction Engineering L. Karavelov (VSU)",
  type="conference paper"
}