Detail publikace

Virtual 3D nonlinear simulation of uniaxial tension test of concrete

Originální název

Virtual 3D nonlinear simulation of uniaxial tension test of concrete

Anglický název

Virtual 3D nonlinear simulation of uniaxial tension test of concrete

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

The paper shows possibilities of nonlinear fracture mechanics simulation to capture results of uniaxial tension experiments and discuss problematic aspects of modelling. The occurence of secondary flexure is a fundamental problem studied experimentally by third autor. The virtual 3D numerical simulation of those experiments eliminating/leaving secondary flexure was performed. The aim of modelling is to given a better insight into uniaxial tension behavior which cannot be obtained directly from experiments including the formation of fracture process zone, the influence of load eccentricity and heterogeneity of concrete.

Anglický abstrakt

The paper shows possibilities of nonlinear fracture mechanics simulation to capture results of uniaxial tension experiments and discuss problematic aspects of modelling. The occurence of secondary flexure is a fundamental problem studied experimentally by third autor. The virtual 3D numerical simulation of those experiments eliminating/leaving secondary flexure was performed. The aim of modelling is to given a better insight into uniaxial tension behavior which cannot be obtained directly from experiments including the formation of fracture process zone, the influence of load eccentricity and heterogeneity of concrete.

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT24952,
  author="Drahomír {Novák} and Jan {Podroužek} and Hiroshi {Akita}",
  title="Virtual 3D nonlinear simulation of uniaxial tension test of concrete",
  annote="The paper shows possibilities of nonlinear fracture mechanics simulation to capture results of uniaxial tension experiments and discuss problematic aspects of modelling. The occurence of secondary flexure is a fundamental problem studied experimentally by third autor. The virtual 3D numerical simulation of those experiments eliminating/leaving secondary flexure was performed. The aim of modelling is to given a better insight into uniaxial tension behavior which cannot be obtained directly from experiments including the formation of fracture process zone, the influence of load eccentricity and heterogeneity of concrete.",
  booktitle="Britle Matrix Composites 8Nic nedomlouvej. smířím se s tím a stejně na o",
  chapter="24952",
  year="2006",
  month="january",
  pages="205--212",
  type="conference paper"
}