Adaptive Crack Modeling with Interface Solid Elements for Plain and Fiber Reinforced Concrete Structures

@inproceedings{Zhan2017AdaptiveCM,
  title={Adaptive Crack Modeling with Interface Solid Elements for Plain and Fiber Reinforced Concrete Structures},
  author={Yijian Zhan and G{\"u}nther Meschke},
  booktitle={Materials},
  year={2017}
}
The effective analysis of the nonlinear behavior of cement-based engineering structures not only demands physically-reliable models, but also computationally-efficient algorithms. Based on a continuum interface element formulation that is suitable to capture complex cracking phenomena in concrete materials and structures, an adaptive mesh processing technique is proposed for computational simulations of plain and fiber-reinforced concrete structures to progressively disintegrate the initial… CONTINUE READING

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