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Zhang, F. (author), Yang, Y. (author), Fennis, Sonja A.A.M. (author), Hendriks, M.A.N. (author)
Acoustic emission (AE) signal parameters can be used to classify the source type in concrete structures. However, signal parameters are influenced by the wave propagation from the source to the receiver, leading to wrong source classification results, especially for monitoring large concrete structures. This paper experimentally evaluates the...
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Roosen, M.A. (author), Yang, Y. (author), van der Veen, C. (author), Schaafsma, Dick G. (author), Hendriks, M.A.N. (author)
When the shear resistance of prestressed beams with stirrups is determined with the current Eurocode, no distinction is made between regions with and without flexural cracks. This while it may be expected that a region without flexural cracks will have a higher shear resistance. This is due to the lower longitudinal strains and the narrow...
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Zhang, F. (author), Yang, Y. (author), Naaktgeboren, N.M. (author), Hendriks, M.A.N. (author)
This paper proposes a new damage identification method, namely, the probability density field of acoustic emission (AE) events. This new method provides a different perspective to deal with the uncertainties in the source localization process. We treat the source location as a random variable, and estimate its probability density field based...
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Aydin, B.B. (author), Binici, Baris (author), Hendriks, M.A.N. (author), Tuncay, Kagan (author)
Significant infill wall damage in reinforced concrete frame buildings was observed in the past earthquakes. A vast number of numerical approaches have been proposed to estimate the non-linear behavior of infilled frames at different scales. Mesoscale lattice models were successfully used in the past to simulate the behavior of reinforced...
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Saidmurodov, Saidkomil S. (author), Jacobsen, Stefan (author), Hendriks, M.A.N. (author), Shamsutdinova, Guzel (author)
The process of ice melting during abrasive interactions with concrete is essential in a variety of contact phenomena. In this paper, we refer to abrasive tests for different samples of concrete with roughness in the range of 9–35 μm. The experimental conditions were: 1 MPa ice pressure, ambient temperature −10 °C, average sliding velocity 0–0.16...
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de Putter, Arjen (author), Hendriks, M.A.N. (author), Rots, J.G. (author), Yang, Y. (author), Engen, Morten (author), van den Bos, Ab A. (author)
Nineteen 2D nonlinear finite element analysis (NLFEA) solution strategies were benchmarked against a wide variety of 101 experiments on reinforced concrete beams failing in bending, flexural shear, or shear compression. The relatively high number of solution strategies was motivated by the conviction that choices for the constitutive models,...
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Bahafid, Sara (author), Hendriks, M.A.N. (author), Jacobsen, Stefan (author), Geiker, Mette (author)
We simulate the glue-spall stress due to mechanical interactions between a frozen saline solution (brine-ice composite) and a non-air entrained concrete surface including the impact of the micro-structure of the frozen solution. The presence of brine channels at the ice/concrete interface was found to be a prerequisite to induce stress during...
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Pari, M. (author), van de Graaf, Anne (author), Hendriks, M.A.N. (author), Rots, J.G. (author)
In the finite element modelling of masonry structures, the micro-modelling technique of differentiating the continuum into a linear elastic bulk, and interfaces representing non-linear joints is common. However, this approach of simulating cracking-crushing-shearing failure possibilities in interfaces, typical of damage in masonry, also poses...
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Geiker, M. R. (author), Hendriks, M.A.N. (author), Elsener, B. (author)
In Europe, design for the durability of new reinforced concrete structures is currently based on a prescriptive approach. The design, execution (construction) and planned maintenance of a concrete structure have to lead to the intended level of safety and serviceability throughout its entire service life. This requires numeric models based on...
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Kongshaug, Simen Sørgaard (author), Larssen, Rolf Magne (author), Hendriks, M.A.N. (author), Kanstad, Terje (author), Markeset, Gro (author)
Material modelling, from the micro to the macro level, of concrete affected by alkali–silica reaction (ASR) has been devoted a lot of research. However, the application of the material models in structural analyses of reinforced concrete (RC) structures, showing the structural implications/consequences of ASR, has got little attention in the...
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Engen, Morten (author), Hendriks, M.A.N. (author), Monti, Giorgio (author), Allaix, Diego L. (author)
When non-linear finite element analyses are used in design of new or assessment of existing concrete structures, one should account for the modelling uncertainty before conclusions are drawn based on the results. The present article describes the basis for how this topic is treated in the draft of fib Model Code 2020. There are two components...
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Dalgiç, K.D. (author), Gulen, D. Burcu (author), Acikgoz, Sinan (author), Burd, Harvey (author), Hendriks, M.A.N. (author), Giardina, Giorgia (author), Ilki, Alper (author)
Underground construction activities, such as tunnelling, cause local ground movements to occur. Nearby surface structures interact with the moving ground, potentially leading to building damage. Although it is understood that the severity of building damage is influenced by the façade opening ratio (OpR) and the stiffness of the floors,...
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Zhang, F. (author), Yang, Y. (author), Hendriks, M.A.N. (author)
Acoustic Emission (AE)-based crack tracking is a promising approach to locate cracks in concrete structures. Different from conventional AE, this approach uses AE activities during crack closure. But, AE activities during crack closure may be influenced by the number of load cycles and loading speed. This may challenge the applicability of AE...
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Arano, Assis (author), Colombo, Matteo (author), Martinelli, Paolo (author), Øverli, Jan Arve (author), Hendriks, M.A.N. (author), Kanstad, Terje (author), Di Prisco, Marco (author)
Advanced numerical modeling of high-strength concrete (fc>60 MPa) structures designed to withstand severe thermal conditions requires detailed and reliable information on the mechanical properties of the material exposed to elevated temperatures. The only uniaxial compressive strength variation with temperature is not enough to satisfy the...
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Colombo, Matteo (author), Martinelli, Paolo (author), Arano, Assis (author), Øverli, Jan Arve (author), Hendriks, M.A.N. (author), Kanstad, Terje (author), di Prisco, Marco (author)
Reinforced concrete (RC) submerged floating tunnels (SFTs) represent a possible solution for crossing wide, deep fjords, and is considered for the E39 highway route along the Norwegian west coast. With regard to SFTs, the specific accidental scenario that is under investigation is the combined action of fire and subsequent internal explosion,...
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Xia, Y. (author), Langelaar, M. (author), Hendriks, M.A.N. (author)
Strut-and-Tie modelling (STM) is a well-known approach to design D-regions in reinforced concrete structures. Because the STM method is based on lower-bound analysis, finding a suitable truss-analogy model is the most important aspect to guarantee good structural and economic performance of a resulting design. Continuum topology optimization ...
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Xia, Y. (author), Langelaar, M. (author), Hendriks, M.A.N. (author)
Strut-and-tie modelling (STM) is an effective and widely used method to design disturbed regions (D-regions) of reinforced concrete structures. Among the various steps of STM, finding a suitable truss-analogy model is the most challenging part. Even for experienced engineers it is difficult to find representative models for complex D-regions,...
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Xia, Y. (author), Langelaar, M. (author), Hendriks, M.A.N. (author)
Defining a suitable truss model is one of the most important steps of applying the strut-and-tie modeling (STM) method to design D-regions in reinforced concrete (RC) structures. The truss model is a discrete representation of the stress field developed within a region of a concrete element. Topology optimization (TO) methods have been...
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Kongshaug, Simen Sørgaard (author), Oseland, Oddbjørn (author), Kanstad, Terje (author), Hendriks, M.A.N. (author), Rodum, Eva (author), Markeset, Gro (author)
The alkali silica reaction (ASR) in concrete causes internal localized swelling and micro cracking, which result in expansion and correlated deterioration of the concrete material. The stress state of the concrete is known to affect expansion due to ASR, with an anisotropic stress state giving rise to anisotropic expansion. Similarly, the...
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Pari, M. (author), Hendriks, M.A.N. (author), Rots, J.G. (author)
Sequentially linear solution procedures provide a robust alternative to their traditional incremental-iterative counterparts for finite element simulation of quasi-brittle materials. Sequentially linear analysis (SLA), one such non-incremental (total) approach, has been extended to non-proportional loading situations in the past few years....
review 2020
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