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Deterministic and Statistical Models for Nonlinear FE-analysis of FRC-based Structures.

Originální název

Deterministic and Statistical Models for Nonlinear FE-analysis of FRC-based Structures.

Anglický název

Deterministic and Statistical Models for Nonlinear FE-analysis of FRC-based Structures.

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

The nonlinear finite element simulation is recently a well-established method for analysis of reinforced concrete structures. Behavior of the structure under service as well as ultimate conditions can be virtually simulated using computer methods quite realistically. Crack initiation and development, load carrying capacity and post-critical behavior of a structure, structural part or experimental specimen can be traced and investigated. Nonlinear fracture analysis accounting tensile capacity of material enables to exploit reserves, which are usually neglected or diminished in codes or in linear analysis. Since the tensile behavior in the fiber reinforced concrete is dominating, the potential profit from the nonlinear analysis of FRC-based structures is much higher than in standard reinforced concrete structures.

Anglický abstrakt

The nonlinear finite element simulation is recently a well-established method for analysis of reinforced concrete structures. Behavior of the structure under service as well as ultimate conditions can be virtually simulated using computer methods quite realistically. Crack initiation and development, load carrying capacity and post-critical behavior of a structure, structural part or experimental specimen can be traced and investigated. Nonlinear fracture analysis accounting tensile capacity of material enables to exploit reserves, which are usually neglected or diminished in codes or in linear analysis. Since the tensile behavior in the fiber reinforced concrete is dominating, the potential profit from the nonlinear analysis of FRC-based structures is much higher than in standard reinforced concrete structures.

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT21422,
  author="Radomír {Pukl} and Jan {Červenka} and Vladimír {Červenka} and Drahomír {Novák} and Miroslav {Vořechovský} and David {Lehký}",
  title="Deterministic and Statistical Models for Nonlinear FE-analysis of FRC-based Structures.",
  annote="The nonlinear finite element simulation is recently a well-established method for analysis of reinforced concrete structures. Behavior of the structure under service as well as ultimate conditions can be virtually simulated using computer methods quite realistically. Crack initiation and development, load carrying capacity and post-critical behavior of a structure, structural part or experimental specimen can be traced and investigated. Nonlinear fracture analysis accounting tensile capacity of material enables to exploit reserves, which are usually neglected or diminished in codes or in linear analysis. Since the tensile behavior in the fiber reinforced concrete is dominating, the potential profit from the nonlinear analysis of FRC-based structures is much higher than in standard reinforced concrete structures.",
  booktitle="Fibre Reinforced Concrete in Practice",
  chapter="21422",
  year="2005",
  month="september",
  pages="130--133",
  type="conference paper"
}