Mechanics of quasi-brittle materials and structures

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ISBN : 9782866017293 EAN : 9782866017293
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Résumé de Mechanics of quasi-brittle materials and structures

Edited in honour of Professor Zdenek P. Bazant 60th anniversary, this volume presents a state of the art in the field of the mechanics of quasi-brittle materials and structures. It is also intended to investigate the potentialities and outstanding issues which should be faced toward the development of models aimed at predicting the life time of existing structures.

Sommaire de Mechanics of quasi-brittle materials and structures

Chapter 1. Mechanics of Material Failure Towards an Universal Theory for Fracture of Concrete. Strength Scaling Law for Elastic Materials with Interacting Defects. Isotropic and Anisotropic Damage Models for Concrete Fracture. Comments on Microplane Theory. A Visco-Damage Model for the Tensile Behavior of Concrete at Moderately High Strain-Rates. Size Effect in Design of Fastenings. Chapter 2. Durability Mechanics Shrinkage and Weight Loss Studies in Normal and High Strength Concrete. Time-Dependent Behaviour of Cracked and Ageing Concrete. On the Residual Tensile Properties of High Performance Siliceous Concrete Exposed to High Temperature. Numerical Evaluation of the Mechanical Contribution of Pore Pressure in Spalling of Concrete at Elevated Temperatures. Organic Fluids Penetrating into Cracked Concrete. Testing and Modeling Alkali-Silica Reaction and the Associated Expansion of Concrete. Measurement of Pore Water Pressure in Concrete and Fracturing Concrete by Pore Pressure. Chapter 3. Computational Failure Analysis and Design Splitting of Concrete Block Caused by inside Pressure-Failure Mechanism and Size Effect. Failure Analysis of Quasi-Brittle Materials Using Interface Elements. Modelling Material Failure as a Strong Discontinuity with the Material Point Method. Implementation and Application of an Algorithm for Incremental Adaptive Finite Element Analysis of Concrete Plates. Error Indicators to Assess the Quality of Simplified Finite Element Modelling Strategy. A Methodology for Discretisation Objective, Discrete, Dynamic Fracture. Restrained Cracking in Reinforced Concrete. Failure of Concrete Beams Strengthened with Fiber Reinforced Plastic Laminates. Appendix. List of Workshop Participants.