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Contents
  • variational multiscale model for composites with special emphasis on the X-FEM and level sets/
  • E. Ramm
  • A. Hund
  • T. Hettich
  • p. 3
  • L. Jason
  • G. Chatzigeorgiou
  • p. 15
  • Some constitutive and computational aspects of coupled hydraulic-damage problems for leakage rate predictions of concrete vessels/
  • G. Pijaudier-Cabot
  • F. Dufour
  • M. Choinska
  • A. Krayani
  • Modeling of crack propagation in concrete applying the XFEM/
  • J. L. Asferg
  • P. N. Poulsen
  • L. O. Nielsen
  • p. 33
  • New results in 3D meso-mechanical analysis of concrete specimens using interface elements/
  • A. Caballero
  • I. Carol
  • C. M. Lopez
  • p. 43
  • new formulation for the computation of inter-element forces and stresses/
  • D. Ciancio
  • I. Carol
  • M. Cuomo
  • p. 53
  • Mesolevel simulation of reinforced concrete structures under impact loadings/
  • G. Cusatis
  • D. Pelessone
  • p. 63
  • Size effect on compression fracture of concrete with or without V-notches : a numerical meso-mechanical study/
  • G. Cusatis
  • Z. Bazant
  • p. 71
  • Simulation of damage in concrete structures using multiscale models/
  • S. Eckardt
  • C. Konke
  • p. 77
  • Impact large deformation processes of geomaterials/
  • T. Erhart
  • W. A. Wall
  • E. Ramm
  • p. 85
  • Coupled finite/discrete elements method to analyze localized impact on reinforced concrete structure/
  • E. Frangin
  • P. Marin
  • L. Daudeville
  • p. 89
  • Multi-scale modelling of quasi-brittle material/
  • I. M. Gitman
  • H. Askes
  • L. J. Sluys
  • p. 97
  • micro-macro approach for hardened cement paste including damage due to frost/
  • M. Hain
  • P. Wriggers
  • p. 109
  • embedded strong discontinuity model for the numerical simulation of cracking of concrete dams/
  • C. Feist
  • Y. Theiner
  • G. Hofstetter
  • p. 119
  • p. 129
  • Modeling material failure in large concrete structures : recent computational developments/
  • S. Blanco
  • A. E. Huespe
  • J. Oliver
  • M. D. G. Pulido
  • Modelling of fracture process in brittle materials using a lattice model/
  • J. Kozicki
  • J. Tejchman
  • p. 139
  • Fractal analysis of concrete fracture surfaces and numerical modelling of concrete failure/
  • V. Mechtcherine
  • p. 147
  • p. 157
  • Numerical analysis of crack propagation in concrete structures using X-FEM/
  • G. Meschke
  • P. Dumstorff
  • W. Fleming
  • S. Jox
  • p. 167
  • Simulation of textile reinforced concrete with 2D discrete crack and discrete crack bridges representation/
  • M. Mombartz
  • J. Hegger
  • R. Chudoba
  • F. Peiffer
  • p. 173
  • Cracking modeling in reinforced concrete via the strong discontinuity approach/
  • D. L. Linero
  • J. Oliver
  • A. E. Huespe
  • M. D. G. Pulido
  • Propagation of interacting microcracks results in macroscopic tensile strain-softening of brittle materials - a combined fracture and micromechanics approach/
  • B. Pichler
  • C. Hellmich
  • H. A. Mang
  • p. 183
  • Scaling relations for viscoelastic-cohesive conical indentation - identification of material properties from instrumented indentation/
  • C. Pichler
  • R. Lackner
  • F.-J. Ulm
  • p. 191
  • sequentially linear saw-tooth model for interface elements/
  • J. G. Rots
  • S. Invernizzi
  • B. Belletti
  • p. 203
  • Explicit modeling of static fracture in reinforced concrete/
  • R. C. Yu
  • G. Ruiz
  • p. 213
  • Numerical prediction of crack width in reinforced concrete beams by particle model/
  • K. Tajima
  • N. Shirai
  • p. 221
  • Mechanical threshold of cementitious materials at early age/
  • L. Stefan
  • J.-M. Torrenti
  • F. Benboudjema
  • p. 231
  • Simulation of concrete using the extended finite element method/
  • J. F. Unger
  • C. Konke
  • p. 239
  • Nanoindentation study on cement pastes containing additives subjected to high temperature/
  • R. Wang
  • R. Lackner
  • p. 249
  • Lattice-cell approach to quasibrittle fracture modeling/
  • P. Grassl
  • Z. Bazant
  • G. Cusatis
  • p. 263
  • Particle models for cohesive frictional materials/
  • G. A. D'Addetta
  • B. Schneider
  • E. Ramm
  • p. 269
  • p. 283
  • Bifurcation and size effect in a viscoelastic non-local damageable continuum/
  • Th. Baxevanis
  • F. Dufour
  • G. Pijaudier-Cabot
  • R. Desiassyifayanty
  • generalization of PARC model for the analysis of multiple cracked SFRC elements/
  • B. Belletti
  • P. Bernardi
  • R. Cerioni
  • p. 291
  • Modelling of strain localization in quasi-brittle materials with nonlocal continuum models/
  • J. Bobinski
  • J. Tejchman
  • p. 301
  • SFRC : a damage model to investigate the high temperature mechanical behaviour/
  • M. Colombo
  • M. di Prisco
  • p. 309
  • Simulation of strain-hardening in ECC uniaxial test specimen by use of a damage mechanics formulation/
  • L. Dick-Nielsen
  • H. Stang
  • P. N. Poulsen
  • p. 319
  • p. 329
  • Elastoplastic-damage analysis for arch dams considering multiaxial stresses effect/
  • R. Q. Du
  • G. Lin
  • F. Leng
  • L. Cao
  • p. 337
  • Mesomechanic analysis of time dependent concrete behavior/
  • R. Lorefice
  • G. Etse
  • C. M. Lopez
  • I. Carol
  • Finite element computations of rupture with induced anisotropic damage/
  • F. Gatuingt
  • R. Desmorat
  • F. Ragueneau
  • p. 345
  • Parameters identification of a nonlocal continuum damage model/
  • C. Iacono
  • L. J. Sluys
  • J. G. M. van Mier
  • p. 353
  • smeared crack model of reinforced concrete beam via continuum damage mechanics/
  • X. Jia
  • W. Song
  • Y. Yuan
  • p. 363
  • Detail simulation of R.C. frames under pushover test/
  • Y. Zhou
  • X. Jia
  • Y. Yuan
  • p. 371
  • Nonlocal damage models : displacement-based formulations/
  • M. Jirasek
  • S. Marfia
  • p. 381
  • p. 391
  • numerical study of a double-edge notched specimen of concrete under cyclic loading/
  • S. Mertens
  • J. Vantomme
  • K. De Proft
  • J. Carmeliet
  • p. 397
  • FE analysis of ultra high performance fiber reinforced concrete/
  • W. Pansuk
  • Y. Sato
  • R. Shionaga
  • J. C. Walraven
  • On the shape of the deviatoric trace of yield and failure surfaces of geomaterials/
  • K. E. Papanikolopoulos
  • M. Papadrakakis
  • p. 405
  • Modelling of dynamic failure of concrete using a viscoelastic viscoplastic damage continuum model/
  • R. R. Pedersen
  • A. Simone
  • L. J. Sluys
  • p. 411
  • Damage modelling of reinforced concrete under multi-axial fatigue loading/
  • T. Pfister
  • Y. S. Petryna
  • F. Stangenberg
  • p. 421
  • On the shape of the saw-tooth softening curves for sequentially linear analysis/
  • J. G. Rots
  • B. Belletti
  • S. Invernizzi
  • p. 431
  • p. 443
  • Application of the cohesive crack in cementitious materials modelling/
  • H. Stang
  • J. F. Olesen
  • P. N. Poulsen
  • L. Dick-Nielsen
  • p. 451
  • Modelling of impact behaviour of concrete - an experimental approach/
  • I. Vegt
  • R. R. Pedersen
  • L. J. Sluys
  • J. Weerheijm
  • Experiments on concrete cubes under non-proportional loading in multiaxial compression/
  • H. Walter
  • K. H. Gerstle
  • p. 459
  • Unified instability criterion for quasibrittle material in uniaxial tension, direct shear and uniaxial compression subjected to shear failure/
  • X. B. Wang
  • p. 467
  • R. Rumanus
  • D. Meschke
  • p. 475
  • Numerical methods for multifield durability analyses/
  • D. Kuhl
  • F. Bangert
  • C. Becker
  • S. Krimpmann
  • 3D nonlinear basic creep model for aging concrete/
  • J. Bockhold
  • F. Stangenberg
  • p. 505
  • Modelling of reinforced concrete structures subjected to fire/
  • J. Cervenka
  • J. Surovec
  • P. Kabele
  • p. 515
  • E. Garcia-Diaz
  • p. 523
  • 3D numerical modeling of damage and fracture due to alkali-silica reaction in concrete structures/
  • I. Comby
  • F. Bay
  • P.-O. Bouchard
  • F. Bernard
  • poroplastic model for hygro-chemo-mechanical damage of concrete/
  • M. Cuomo
  • A. Nicolosi
  • p. 533
  • Geometry effects on chloride ingress in RC structures/
  • A. de Boer
  • J. Gulikers
  • p. 543
  • Dispersion and internal length scales in strain-softening two-phase media/
  • R. de Borst
  • M.-A. Abellan
  • p. 549
  • p. 557
  • meso-scale approach for the modeling of concrete behavior at high temperatures/
  • C. De Sa
  • F. Benboudjema
  • K. Duong
  • J. Sicard
  • Finite element analysis of thermal stresses in concrete at early ages/
  • J. Grunberg
  • M. Kosmahl
  • J. Bockmann
  • p. 565
  • Simulation of transport processes in cementitious materials by continuous and discontinuous Galerkin schemes/
  • S. Krimpmann
  • D. Kuhl
  • G. Meschke
  • p. 575
  • Modelling of frost suction in cementious material/
  • J. Kruschwitz
  • M. J. Sezter
  • p. 587
  • Generalized modeling and numerical analysis of multiphysics problems - application to chemo-mechanical damage of concrete/
  • D. Kuhl
  • G. Meschke
  • p. 597
  • Validation and application of a multi-phase hydration model for the back-analysis of properties of jet-grouted structures/
  • K. Meinhard
  • R. Lackner
  • p. 607
  • Coupled modelling of moisture transport and damage in porous materials/
  • P. Moonen
  • J. Carmeliet
  • L. J. Sluys
  • p. 617
  • p. 623
  • Modelling of transport processes in concrete at elevated temperatures - an alternative formulation for sorption isotherms/
  • C. J. Pearce
  • K. Kukla
  • N. Bicanic
  • C. T. Davie
  • Stable pitting corrosion of steel : a diffusion-controlled dissolution process/
  • S. Scheiner
  • C. Hellmich
  • p. 633
  • Modeling of the coupling between moisture and alkali-silica reaction in concrete/
  • J. F. Seignol
  • T. T. Ngo
  • F. Toutlemonde
  • p. 639
  • p. 647
  • Assessment of RC bond under severe temperatures/
  • K. Willam
  • H. Basche
  • K. Lee
  • Y. Xi
  • material model for alkali-silica reaction in reinforced concrete/
  • A. Winnicki
  • S. Pietruszczak
  • p. 657
  • Event-by-event strategies for modelling concrete structures/
  • J. G. Rots
  • S. Invernizzi
  • B. Belletti
  • p. 667
  • p. 679
  • Nonlinear numerical analyses of cooling tower shells subjected to temperature effects/
  • M. Bender
  • P. Mark
  • J. Bockhold
  • J. Meyer
  • Impact on a RC rock-shed slab : FEM modelling/
  • P. Berthet-Rambaud
  • J. Mazars
  • L. Daudeville
  • p. 689
  • Cracking simulation in three medieval masonry towers subjected to different loading conditions/
  • A. Carpinteri
  • S. Invernizzi
  • G. Lacidogna
  • p. 699
  • Simulation of anchor failure by tension or shear load/
  • G. Di Luzio
  • L. Cedolin
  • p. 709
  • Rate effects in fracture of concrete and size dependence/
  • J. F. Georgin
  • J. M. Reynouard
  • p. 717
  • Numerical simulation of a method to construct double curved reinforced concrete shells without formwork/
  • J. Kollegger
  • B. Koberl
  • p. 725
  • Simulation of self-centering, segmentally precast concrete columns for a probabilistic, performance-based assessment/
  • W. K. Lee
  • S. L. Billington
  • p. 731
  • Investigations of reinforced concrete girders under biaxial shear using parametric finite element models/
  • P. Mark
  • p. 739
  • Macro-scale modelling for the seismic analysis : a case study/
  • P. Martinelli
  • M. G. Mulas
  • p. 747
  • J. M. Reynouard
  • p. 757
  • Some aspects of local and global behaviour of RC structures submitted to earthquake - experiments and modelling/
  • X. H. Nguyen
  • J. Mazars
  • P. Kotronis
  • N. Ile
  • Application of the equal dissipation rate principle to automatic generation of strut-and-tie models/
  • B. Novak
  • S. Ananiev
  • p. 767
  • p. 777
  • Simplified model of a RC slab impacted by a block/
  • P. Perrotin
  • F. Delhomme
  • M. Mommessin
  • J.-P. Mougin
  • Full scale analysis of the Crni Kal Viaduct/
  • M. Pipenbaher
  • B. S. Bedenik
  • p. 785
  • Automated design procedure for the optimum reinforcement in plate and shells/
  • R. Popov
  • J. Kollegger
  • p. 795
  • Non-linear analysis of reinforced concrete cross-sections by non-linear optimisation/
  • E. Raue
  • p. 803
  • Performance analysis of bridge cantilever slabs due to vehicle impact/
  • K. Savov
  • R. Schedler
  • p. 809
  • Numerical simulation of anchoring systems in concrete/
  • B. Winkler
  • Y.-J. Li
  • A. Eckstein
  • p. 815
  • Structural safety assessment of concrete tunnel shells subjected to fire loading/
  • M. Zeiml
  • R. Lackner
  • H. A. Mang
  • p. 821
  • Rock fall impact analysis of a new design of R. C. rock-shed/
  • Y. Zhang
  • F. Toutlemonde
  • P. Lussou
  • p. 833
  • Computational structural reliability - a major challenge and opportunity for concrete and other quasibrittle structures/
  • Z. Bazant
  • S.-D. Pang
  • p. 845
  • Advances in retrofit of concrete bridges by a new wedge anchorage for prestressing of CFRP-elements/
  • S. L. Burtscher
  • J. Kollegger
  • p. 857
  • Structural behaviour of textile reinforced concrete/
  • U. Haussler-Combe
  • J. Hartig
  • p. 863
  • p. 873
  • Evaluation of mean performance of cracks bridged by multi-filament yarns/
  • M. Konrad
  • J. Jerabek
  • M. Vorechovsky
  • R. Chudoba
  • M. A. Polak
  • p. 881
  • Numerical simulation of damage in reinforced concrete slab-column connection/
  • A. Wosatko
  • J. Pamin
  • A. Winnicki
  • R. Putanowicz
  • D. Novak
  • R. Rusina
  • p. 891
  • Spatial variability of material properties in nonlinear computer simulation/
  • R. Pukl
  • M. Jansta
  • J. Cervenka
  • M. Vorechovsky
  • p. 897
  • Inverse statistical nonlinear FEM analysis of concrete structures/
  • A. Strauss
  • K. Bergmeister
  • D. Lehky
  • D. Novak
  • Size effect in concrete specimens under tension : interplay of sources/
  • M. Vorechovsky
  • D. Matesova
  • p. 905
  • Optimization of CFRP strengthening of precracked structures using genetic algorithms/
  • X.-S. Yang
  • J. M. Lees
  • C. T. Morley
  • p. 915
  • Minimum reinforcement for ductile response of LRC beams using a simple GA/
  • R. C. Yu
  • G. Ruiz
  • p. 921
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Computational modelling of concrete structures : proceedings of the EURO-C 2006, 27-30 March 2006, Mayrhofen, Tirol, Austria, [edited by] Günter Meschke ... [et al.]
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • variational multiscale model for composites with special emphasis on the X-FEM and level sets/
  • E. Ramm
  • A. Hund
  • T. Hettich
  • p. 3
  • L. Jason
  • G. Chatzigeorgiou
  • p. 15
  • Some constitutive and computational aspects of coupled hydraulic-damage problems for leakage rate predictions of concrete vessels/
  • G. Pijaudier-Cabot
  • F. Dufour
  • M. Choinska
  • A. Krayani
  • Modeling of crack propagation in concrete applying the XFEM/
  • J. L. Asferg
  • P. N. Poulsen
  • L. O. Nielsen
  • p. 33
  • New results in 3D meso-mechanical analysis of concrete specimens using interface elements/
  • A. Caballero
  • I. Carol
  • C. M. Lopez
  • p. 43
  • new formulation for the computation of inter-element forces and stresses/
  • D. Ciancio
  • I. Carol
  • M. Cuomo
  • p. 53
  • Mesolevel simulation of reinforced concrete structures under impact loadings/
  • G. Cusatis
  • D. Pelessone
  • p. 63
  • Size effect on compression fracture of concrete with or without V-notches : a numerical meso-mechanical study/
  • G. Cusatis
  • Z. Bazant
  • p. 71
  • Simulation of damage in concrete structures using multiscale models/
  • S. Eckardt
  • C. Konke
  • p. 77
  • Impact large deformation processes of geomaterials/
  • T. Erhart
  • W. A. Wall
  • E. Ramm
  • p. 85
  • Coupled finite/discrete elements method to analyze localized impact on reinforced concrete structure/
  • E. Frangin
  • P. Marin
  • L. Daudeville
  • p. 89
  • Multi-scale modelling of quasi-brittle material/
  • I. M. Gitman
  • H. Askes
  • L. J. Sluys
  • p. 97
  • micro-macro approach for hardened cement paste including damage due to frost/
  • M. Hain
  • P. Wriggers
  • p. 109
  • embedded strong discontinuity model for the numerical simulation of cracking of concrete dams/
  • C. Feist
  • Y. Theiner
  • G. Hofstetter
  • p. 119
  • p. 129
  • Modeling material failure in large concrete structures : recent computational developments/
  • S. Blanco
  • A. E. Huespe
  • J. Oliver
  • M. D. G. Pulido
  • Modelling of fracture process in brittle materials using a lattice model/
  • J. Kozicki
  • J. Tejchman
  • p. 139
  • Fractal analysis of concrete fracture surfaces and numerical modelling of concrete failure/
  • V. Mechtcherine
  • p. 147
  • p. 157
  • Numerical analysis of crack propagation in concrete structures using X-FEM/
  • G. Meschke
  • P. Dumstorff
  • W. Fleming
  • S. Jox
  • p. 167
  • Simulation of textile reinforced concrete with 2D discrete crack and discrete crack bridges representation/
  • M. Mombartz
  • J. Hegger
  • R. Chudoba
  • F. Peiffer
  • p. 173
  • Cracking modeling in reinforced concrete via the strong discontinuity approach/
  • D. L. Linero
  • J. Oliver
  • A. E. Huespe
  • M. D. G. Pulido
  • Propagation of interacting microcracks results in macroscopic tensile strain-softening of brittle materials - a combined fracture and micromechanics approach/
  • B. Pichler
  • C. Hellmich
  • H. A. Mang
  • p. 183
  • Scaling relations for viscoelastic-cohesive conical indentation - identification of material properties from instrumented indentation/
  • C. Pichler
  • R. Lackner
  • F.-J. Ulm
  • p. 191
  • sequentially linear saw-tooth model for interface elements/
  • J. G. Rots
  • S. Invernizzi
  • B. Belletti
  • p. 203
  • Explicit modeling of static fracture in reinforced concrete/
  • R. C. Yu
  • G. Ruiz
  • p. 213
  • Numerical prediction of crack width in reinforced concrete beams by particle model/
  • K. Tajima
  • N. Shirai
  • p. 221
  • Mechanical threshold of cementitious materials at early age/
  • L. Stefan
  • J.-M. Torrenti
  • F. Benboudjema
  • p. 231
  • Simulation of concrete using the extended finite element method/
  • J. F. Unger
  • C. Konke
  • p. 239
  • Nanoindentation study on cement pastes containing additives subjected to high temperature/
  • R. Wang
  • R. Lackner
  • p. 249
  • Lattice-cell approach to quasibrittle fracture modeling/
  • P. Grassl
  • Z. Bazant
  • G. Cusatis
  • p. 263
  • Particle models for cohesive frictional materials/
  • G. A. D'Addetta
  • B. Schneider
  • E. Ramm
  • p. 269
  • p. 283
  • Bifurcation and size effect in a viscoelastic non-local damageable continuum/
  • Th. Baxevanis
  • F. Dufour
  • G. Pijaudier-Cabot
  • R. Desiassyifayanty
  • generalization of PARC model for the analysis of multiple cracked SFRC elements/
  • B. Belletti
  • P. Bernardi
  • R. Cerioni
  • p. 291
  • Modelling of strain localization in quasi-brittle materials with nonlocal continuum models/
  • J. Bobinski
  • J. Tejchman
  • p. 301
  • SFRC : a damage model to investigate the high temperature mechanical behaviour/
  • M. Colombo
  • M. di Prisco
  • p. 309
  • Simulation of strain-hardening in ECC uniaxial test specimen by use of a damage mechanics formulation/
  • L. Dick-Nielsen
  • H. Stang
  • P. N. Poulsen
  • p. 319
  • p. 329
  • Elastoplastic-damage analysis for arch dams considering multiaxial stresses effect/
  • R. Q. Du
  • G. Lin
  • F. Leng
  • L. Cao
  • p. 337
  • Mesomechanic analysis of time dependent concrete behavior/
  • R. Lorefice
  • G. Etse
  • C. M. Lopez
  • I. Carol
  • Finite element computations of rupture with induced anisotropic damage/
  • F. Gatuingt
  • R. Desmorat
  • F. Ragueneau
  • p. 345
  • Parameters identification of a nonlocal continuum damage model/
  • C. Iacono
  • L. J. Sluys
  • J. G. M. van Mier
  • p. 353
  • smeared crack model of reinforced concrete beam via continuum damage mechanics/
  • X. Jia
  • W. Song
  • Y. Yuan
  • p. 363
  • Detail simulation of R.C. frames under pushover test/
  • Y. Zhou
  • X. Jia
  • Y. Yuan
  • p. 371
  • Nonlocal damage models : displacement-based formulations/
  • M. Jirasek
  • S. Marfia
  • p. 381
  • p. 391
  • numerical study of a double-edge notched specimen of concrete under cyclic loading/
  • S. Mertens
  • J. Vantomme
  • K. De Proft
  • J. Carmeliet
  • p. 397
  • FE analysis of ultra high performance fiber reinforced concrete/
  • W. Pansuk
  • Y. Sato
  • R. Shionaga
  • J. C. Walraven
  • On the shape of the deviatoric trace of yield and failure surfaces of geomaterials/
  • K. E. Papanikolopoulos
  • M. Papadrakakis
  • p. 405
  • Modelling of dynamic failure of concrete using a viscoelastic viscoplastic damage continuum model/
  • R. R. Pedersen
  • A. Simone
  • L. J. Sluys
  • p. 411
  • Damage modelling of reinforced concrete under multi-axial fatigue loading/
  • T. Pfister
  • Y. S. Petryna
  • F. Stangenberg
  • p. 421
  • On the shape of the saw-tooth softening curves for sequentially linear analysis/
  • J. G. Rots
  • B. Belletti
  • S. Invernizzi
  • p. 431
  • p. 443
  • Application of the cohesive crack in cementitious materials modelling/
  • H. Stang
  • J. F. Olesen
  • P. N. Poulsen
  • L. Dick-Nielsen
  • p. 451
  • Modelling of impact behaviour of concrete - an experimental approach/
  • I. Vegt
  • R. R. Pedersen
  • L. J. Sluys
  • J. Weerheijm
  • Experiments on concrete cubes under non-proportional loading in multiaxial compression/
  • H. Walter
  • K. H. Gerstle
  • p. 459
  • Unified instability criterion for quasibrittle material in uniaxial tension, direct shear and uniaxial compression subjected to shear failure/
  • X. B. Wang
  • p. 467
  • R. Rumanus
  • D. Meschke
  • p. 475
  • Numerical methods for multifield durability analyses/
  • D. Kuhl
  • F. Bangert
  • C. Becker
  • S. Krimpmann
  • 3D nonlinear basic creep model for aging concrete/
  • J. Bockhold
  • F. Stangenberg
  • p. 505
  • Modelling of reinforced concrete structures subjected to fire/
  • J. Cervenka
  • J. Surovec
  • P. Kabele
  • p. 515
  • E. Garcia-Diaz
  • p. 523
  • 3D numerical modeling of damage and fracture due to alkali-silica reaction in concrete structures/
  • I. Comby
  • F. Bay
  • P.-O. Bouchard
  • F. Bernard
  • poroplastic model for hygro-chemo-mechanical damage of concrete/
  • M. Cuomo
  • A. Nicolosi
  • p. 533
  • Geometry effects on chloride ingress in RC structures/
  • A. de Boer
  • J. Gulikers
  • p. 543
  • Dispersion and internal length scales in strain-softening two-phase media/
  • R. de Borst
  • M.-A. Abellan
  • p. 549
  • p. 557
  • meso-scale approach for the modeling of concrete behavior at high temperatures/
  • C. De Sa
  • F. Benboudjema
  • K. Duong
  • J. Sicard
  • Finite element analysis of thermal stresses in concrete at early ages/
  • J. Grunberg
  • M. Kosmahl
  • J. Bockmann
  • p. 565
  • Simulation of transport processes in cementitious materials by continuous and discontinuous Galerkin schemes/
  • S. Krimpmann
  • D. Kuhl
  • G. Meschke
  • p. 575
  • Modelling of frost suction in cementious material/
  • J. Kruschwitz
  • M. J. Sezter
  • p. 587
  • Generalized modeling and numerical analysis of multiphysics problems - application to chemo-mechanical damage of concrete/
  • D. Kuhl
  • G. Meschke
  • p. 597
  • Validation and application of a multi-phase hydration model for the back-analysis of properties of jet-grouted structures/
  • K. Meinhard
  • R. Lackner
  • p. 607
  • Coupled modelling of moisture transport and damage in porous materials/
  • P. Moonen
  • J. Carmeliet
  • L. J. Sluys
  • p. 617
  • p. 623
  • Modelling of transport processes in concrete at elevated temperatures - an alternative formulation for sorption isotherms/
  • C. J. Pearce
  • K. Kukla
  • N. Bicanic
  • C. T. Davie
  • Stable pitting corrosion of steel : a diffusion-controlled dissolution process/
  • S. Scheiner
  • C. Hellmich
  • p. 633
  • Modeling of the coupling between moisture and alkali-silica reaction in concrete/
  • J. F. Seignol
  • T. T. Ngo
  • F. Toutlemonde
  • p. 639
  • p. 647
  • Assessment of RC bond under severe temperatures/
  • K. Willam
  • H. Basche
  • K. Lee
  • Y. Xi
  • material model for alkali-silica reaction in reinforced concrete/
  • A. Winnicki
  • S. Pietruszczak
  • p. 657
  • Event-by-event strategies for modelling concrete structures/
  • J. G. Rots
  • S. Invernizzi
  • B. Belletti
  • p. 667
  • p. 679
  • Nonlinear numerical analyses of cooling tower shells subjected to temperature effects/
  • M. Bender
  • P. Mark
  • J. Bockhold
  • J. Meyer
  • Impact on a RC rock-shed slab : FEM modelling/
  • P. Berthet-Rambaud
  • J. Mazars
  • L. Daudeville
  • p. 689
  • Cracking simulation in three medieval masonry towers subjected to different loading conditions/
  • A. Carpinteri
  • S. Invernizzi
  • G. Lacidogna
  • p. 699
  • Simulation of anchor failure by tension or shear load/
  • G. Di Luzio
  • L. Cedolin
  • p. 709
  • Rate effects in fracture of concrete and size dependence/
  • J. F. Georgin
  • J. M. Reynouard
  • p. 717
  • Numerical simulation of a method to construct double curved reinforced concrete shells without formwork/
  • J. Kollegger
  • B. Koberl
  • p. 725
  • Simulation of self-centering, segmentally precast concrete columns for a probabilistic, performance-based assessment/
  • W. K. Lee
  • S. L. Billington
  • p. 731
  • Investigations of reinforced concrete girders under biaxial shear using parametric finite element models/
  • P. Mark
  • p. 739
  • Macro-scale modelling for the seismic analysis : a case study/
  • P. Martinelli
  • M. G. Mulas
  • p. 747
  • J. M. Reynouard
  • p. 757
  • Some aspects of local and global behaviour of RC structures submitted to earthquake - experiments and modelling/
  • X. H. Nguyen
  • J. Mazars
  • P. Kotronis
  • N. Ile
  • Application of the equal dissipation rate principle to automatic generation of strut-and-tie models/
  • B. Novak
  • S. Ananiev
  • p. 767
  • p. 777
  • Simplified model of a RC slab impacted by a block/
  • P. Perrotin
  • F. Delhomme
  • M. Mommessin
  • J.-P. Mougin
  • Full scale analysis of the Crni Kal Viaduct/
  • M. Pipenbaher
  • B. S. Bedenik
  • p. 785
  • Automated design procedure for the optimum reinforcement in plate and shells/
  • R. Popov
  • J. Kollegger
  • p. 795
  • Non-linear analysis of reinforced concrete cross-sections by non-linear optimisation/
  • E. Raue
  • p. 803
  • Performance analysis of bridge cantilever slabs due to vehicle impact/
  • K. Savov
  • R. Schedler
  • p. 809
  • Numerical simulation of anchoring systems in concrete/
  • B. Winkler
  • Y.-J. Li
  • A. Eckstein
  • p. 815
  • Structural safety assessment of concrete tunnel shells subjected to fire loading/
  • M. Zeiml
  • R. Lackner
  • H. A. Mang
  • p. 821
  • Rock fall impact analysis of a new design of R. C. rock-shed/
  • Y. Zhang
  • F. Toutlemonde
  • P. Lussou
  • p. 833
  • Computational structural reliability - a major challenge and opportunity for concrete and other quasibrittle structures/
  • Z. Bazant
  • S.-D. Pang
  • p. 845
  • Advances in retrofit of concrete bridges by a new wedge anchorage for prestressing of CFRP-elements/
  • S. L. Burtscher
  • J. Kollegger
  • p. 857
  • Structural behaviour of textile reinforced concrete/
  • U. Haussler-Combe
  • J. Hartig
  • p. 863
  • p. 873
  • Evaluation of mean performance of cracks bridged by multi-filament yarns/
  • M. Konrad
  • J. Jerabek
  • M. Vorechovsky
  • R. Chudoba
  • M. A. Polak
  • p. 881
  • Numerical simulation of damage in reinforced concrete slab-column connection/
  • A. Wosatko
  • J. Pamin
  • A. Winnicki
  • R. Putanowicz
  • D. Novak
  • R. Rusina
  • p. 891
  • Spatial variability of material properties in nonlinear computer simulation/
  • R. Pukl
  • M. Jansta
  • J. Cervenka
  • M. Vorechovsky
  • p. 897
  • Inverse statistical nonlinear FEM analysis of concrete structures/
  • A. Strauss
  • K. Bergmeister
  • D. Lehky
  • D. Novak
  • Size effect in concrete specimens under tension : interplay of sources/
  • M. Vorechovsky
  • D. Matesova
  • p. 905
  • Optimization of CFRP strengthening of precracked structures using genetic algorithms/
  • X.-S. Yang
  • J. M. Lees
  • C. T. Morley
  • p. 915
  • Minimum reinforcement for ductile response of LRC beams using a simple GA/
  • R. C. Yu
  • G. Ruiz
  • p. 921
Control code
ocm70671228
Dimensions
26 cm.
Extent
xi, 930 p.
Isbn
9780415397490
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