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This paper presents a method for the service-load analysis of continuous composite beams. Both short-term and time-dependent analyses are carried out, in which cracking, creep and shrinkage of the concrete slab are considered. The time-dependent response of individual cross-sections is modelled...
In this work an efficient boundary element analysis for plates resting on bi-parameter foundation is presented. The present formulation mainly deffers from previously published formulations in the way of the treatment of body forces. Domain integrals due to uniform loading are transformed to...
Steel silos and tanks are constructed from plates which are rolled to the correct curvature and welded together to form strakes. Several strakes of curved plates, placed on top of each other then form the completed structure. At each circumferential weld, a slight hourglass depression occurs...
This paper presents a new mechanism analysis method to calculate the ultimate load-bearing capacity of masonry arch bridges strengthened by externally bonding fibre reinforced polymer (FRP) composites on the intrados. The M–N relationship of a strengthened arch ring cross section is analysed and...
Firstly the focus is put on the formulation of an holonomic (in the sense of plastic deformation theory) constitutive model for a mixed-mode cohesive interface crack at the interface of a concrete structure accounting for the influence of water pressure. Secondly, the consequent discretized...
A segmented rod, composed of heavy rigid links joined by hinges with rotational resistance, is gradually lifted off the ground from one end. The equilibrium shape is governed by a non linear difference equation with two unknown parameters. The solution scheme yields a non linear lifting...
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