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Modeling chemical Anchor placed in Concrete using different FEM Systems

BAJER, M. KALA, J. BARNAT, J.

Originální název

Modeling chemical Anchor placed in Concrete using different FEM Systems

Anglický název

Modeling chemical Anchor placed in Concrete using different FEM Systems

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

This paper considers the practical application of nonlinear models in the analysis of anchor bolt additionally placed in concrete specimen. The model also consider epoxy surface. The results of some analyze performed using the concrete model of the general purpose finite element code Ansys and specialized Athena 2D and Athena 3D finite element code are presented and discussed. The mesh density and convergence stability are compared in single anchor case study. All model results are compared with experimentally obtained data.

Anglický abstrakt

This paper considers the practical application of nonlinear models in the analysis of anchor bolt additionally placed in concrete specimen. The model also consider epoxy surface. The results of some analyze performed using the concrete model of the general purpose finite element code Ansys and specialized Athena 2D and Athena 3D finite element code are presented and discussed. The mesh density and convergence stability are compared in single anchor case study. All model results are compared with experimentally obtained data.

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@inproceedings{BUT28498,
  author="Miroslav {Bajer} and Jiří {Kala} and Jan {Barnat}",
  title="Modeling chemical Anchor placed in Concrete using different FEM Systems",
  annote="This paper considers the practical application of nonlinear models in the analysis of anchor bolt additionally placed
in concrete specimen. The model also consider epoxy surface. The results of some analyze performed using the
concrete model of the general purpose finite element code Ansys and specialized Athena 2D and Athena 3D finite
element code are presented and discussed. The mesh density and convergence stability are compared in single
anchor case study. All model results are compared with experimentally obtained data.",
  address="VGTU "Technika", 2007",
  booktitle="Modern Building Materials, Structures and Techniques",
  chapter="28498",
  institution="VGTU "Technika", 2007",
  year="2007",
  month="may",
  pages="219--220",
  publisher="VGTU "Technika", 2007",
  type="conference paper"
}