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Strain enriched microplane model for finite element analysis of unreinforced concrete

Steven W. Kohut

Strain enriched microplane model for finite element analysis of unreinforced concrete

by Steven W. Kohut

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Concrete -- Testing -- Mathematical models.,
  • Strains and stresses -- Mathematical models.,
  • Finite element method -- Computer programs.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Steven W. Kohut.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxi, 120 leaves, bound :
    Number of Pages120
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19224828M

      Finite element analyses are conducted to model the tensile capacity of steel fiber-reinforced concrete (SFRC). For this purpose dog-bone specimens are casted and tested under direct and uniaxial tension. Two types of aggregates (brick and stone) are used to cast the SFRC and plain concrete. The fiber volume ratio is maintained %. Total 8 numbers of dog-bone specimens are Cited by: 3. LARGE-STRAIN GENERALIZATION OF MICROPLANE MODEL FOR CONCRETE AND APPLICATION. The formulation of the microplane model for concrete and development of model M4 in three companion papers of this study, which are contained in this journal issue, is extended to large strains in this paper.

    The finite element method is commonly used to design the reinforcement in concrete slabs. In order to simplify the analysis and to be able to use the superposition principle for evaluating the effect of load combinations, linear analysis is generally adopted even though concrete slabs normally have a pronounced non-linear response. FINITE ELEMENT ANAYSIS OF REINFORCED CONCRETE ELEMENTS Introduction The individual material models may be assembled to generate a global finite element model; however, the assembly and global solution process as well as calibration of the global model must be considered before the model is applied to the problem of analysis ofFile Size: 1MB.

    real structures are analysed. It turns out that the finite ele­ ment analysis offers unique opportunities to investigate and describe in physical terms the structural behaviour of concrete structures. The finite element analysis is performed using the program AXIPLANE, developed at Risø. The use of this program is given by the writer ().Cited by: The effects of modeling parameters on the response of finite element repres en ta-tions of reinforced concrete members are examined. Convergence of load-deflection curves and cracking patterns is studied. Nonlinear behavior is limited to cracking of the concrete and yielding of the reinforcement.


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Strain enriched microplane model for finite element analysis of unreinforced concrete by Steven W. Kohut Download PDF EPUB FB2

The microplane model, conceived inis a material constitutive model for progressive softening damage. Its advantage over the classical tensorial constitutive models is that it can capture the oriented nature of damage such as tensile cracking, slip, friction, and compression splitting, as well as the orientation of fiber r advantage is that the anisotropy of materials.

strain field from a neighborhood of the point. Application of the theory is demonstrated by finite element analysis of waves in strain-softening materials.

Furthermore, the formulation of strain-softening constitutive relations on the basis of the microplane model is. The basic concept of using the finite element method of analysis in constructing an analytical model for the study of the behavior of reinforced concrete members is discussed.

The finite elements chosen to represent the concrete, the steel reinforcement, and the bond links between the concrete and the steel reinforcement are by: Longitudinal strain, two element rod model. Dynamic finite element analysis Fig. Longitudinal strain, three element rod model.

Time (Bee) Fig. Longitudinal strain, comparison of two and four element rod models. x 10~6 sec for the 48 element Cited by: ). Ngo and Scordelis () presented the first finite element analysis of reinforced concrete that included the effect of cracking.

Studies that followed attempted to represent discrete cracks that occur during a load cycle, but the need to change the topology of the finite element mesh greatly hindered the speed of the Size: 1MB. Numerical analysis of concrete using Finite Elements is being used increasingly to design and check structures.

The complexity and scale of the analysis varies considerably, from simple linear analysis combined with code of practice rules to determine strength and deflection, to highly non-linear analyses that aims to predict strength and damage directly.

Finite Element Analysis of Reinforced Concrete Structures: Proceedings of the Seminar [Meyer, Christian, Okamura, Hajime] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Finite Element Analysis of Reinforced Concrete Structures: Proceedings of the Seminar.

Finite Element Analysis of Reinforced Concrete Structures, Issue Kaspar J. Willam, Tadaaki Tanabe ACI International, - Technology & Engineering - pages. MICROPLANE MODEL FOR CONCRETE. I: STRESS-STRAIN BOUNDARIES AND FINITE STRAIN By Zdenek P.

Bazant, 1 Fellow, ASCE, Yuyin Xiang,l and Pere C. Prat/ Member, ASCE ABSTRACT: The paper presents an improvement of the microplane model for concrete-a con~titutive model in which the nonlinear triaxial behavior is characterized by relations between ~e stress and stram c.

Microplane model. The finite element analysis of concrete columns confined by CFRP is carried out by the use of the 3D FE program MASA.

The most relevant part of the FE code for the non-linear analysis of quasi-brittle materials, such as concrete, is the constitutive by: Finite element analysis A 2D finite element analysis for the numerical prediction of capacity curve of unreinforced masonry (URM) walls is conducted.

The studied model is based on the fiber finite element approach. The emphasis of this paper will be on the errors obtained from fiber finite element analysis of URM structures under pushover Size: 1MB. Finite Element Analysis of Reinforced Concrete Structures II: Proceedings of the International Workshop [Meyer, Christian, Isenberg, J.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

Finite Element Analysis of Reinforced Concrete Structures II: Proceedings of the International Workshop. FINITE ELEMENT ANALYSIS OF CONCRETE FRACTURE SPECIMENS by Linda D.

Leibengood David Darwin Robert H. Dodds A Report on Research Sponsored by THE NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION Research Grant PFR UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS LAWRENCE, KANSAS May File Size: 2MB.

A finite element analysis of such a test is performed by using a finite strain generalization of microplane models for concrete and steel. The results obtained are in good agreement with those previously ob­ tained with,a simplified method of analysis. Thus, they provide a yalidation of the microplane model.

Mahammed: Finite Element Analysis of Unreinforced Masonry Walls 59 Fig.(5) Suggested modeling strategy. Units (u), which are expanded in both directionsby the mortar thickness, are modeled with continuum elements.

Mortar joints (m) andpotential cracks in the units are modeled with zero-thickness interface elements. Microplane finite element analysis of tube‐squash test of concrete with shear angles up to 70° Article in International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering 52(10) - Plain concrete and steel fiber reinforced concrete (SFRC) cylinder specimens are modeled in the finite element (FE) platform of ANSYS and validated with the experimental results and failure patterns.

Experimental investigations are conducted to study the increase in compressive and tensile capacity of cylindrical specimens made of stone and brick concrete and by: 4. Based on twenty years of experience, Finite Element Analysis and Design of Steel and Steel-Concrete Composite Bridges provides structural engineers and researchers with detailed modeling techniques for creating robust design models.

The book’s seven chapters begin with an overview of the various forms of modern steel and steel–concrete. NONLINEAR ANALYSIS OF REINFORCED CONCRETE BEAMS, BEAM-COLUMNS AND SLABS BY FINITE ELEMENTS. Iowa State University, Ph.D., Engineering, civil Xerox University MiCiOfilmS, Ann Arbor, Michigan To achieve this goal, an analytical study is carried out using the finite element method (FEM) of analysis using program ANSYS.

Element (solid 65) is used to model concrete and element (link 8) to. SP—5: FE Analysis of Steel Fiber Reinforced Concrete Beams Failing in Shear: Variable Engagement Model by S.J. Foster, Y.L. Voo, and K.T. Chong. SP—6: Cyclic Softened Membrane Model for Nonlinear Finite Element Analysis of Concrete Structures by T.T.C.

Hsu, M.Y. Mansour, Y.L. Mo, and J. Zhong.Dynamic fracture analysis of concrete structures necessitates a triaxial stress-strain relation that describes gradual strain-softening with reduction of tensile stress to zero.

A new model which does that and is applicable under general loading, including rotating principal stress directions, is a proposed.Finite Element Analysis of Reinforced Concrete Structures II: Proceedings of the International Workshop by Meyer, Christian and a great selection of related books.