Computational homogenization of non-stationary transport processes in masonry structures

@article{Skora2012ComputationalHO,
  title={Computational homogenization of non-stationary transport processes in masonry structures},
  author={Jan S{\'y}kora and Tom{\'a}s Krejc{\'i} and Jaroslav Kruis and Michal Sejnoha},
  journal={J. Computational Applied Mathematics},
  year={2012},
  volume={236},
  pages={4745-4755}
}
A fully coupled transient heat and moisture transport in a masonry structure is examined in this paper. Supported by several successful applications in civil engineering the nonlinear diffusion model proposed by Künzel [1] is adopted in the present study. A strong material heterogeneity together with a significant dependence of the model parameters on initial conditions as well as the gradients of heat and moisture fields vindicates the use of a hierarchical modeling strategy to solve the… CONTINUE READING
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