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Stochastic discrete modeling of progressive damage of concrete structures
Kučera, Michal ; Sadílek, Václav (referee) ; Vořechovský, Miroslav (advisor)
The work focuses on the use of deterministic discrete modeling with representation of spatial randomness in material parameters to simulate a series of experimental tests of concrete specimens in the shape of a dog bone, loaded in excentric uniaxial tension. The main focus is on the influence of the size of the structure on its mechanical properties, especially nominal strength (Size effect). The specimens are modeled as a plane stress problem using available discrete computational methods.
Stochastic discrete modeling of progressive damage in concrete structures
Kučera, Michal ; Sadílek, Václav (referee) ; Vořechovský, Miroslav (advisor)
The work focuses on the statistical strength of structures made of quasi-brittle ma- terials, specifically concrete. Special attention is paid to the influence of the size of the structure on strength and on the entire process of material failure during loading. The mechanics of these processes are modeled using discrete models, and these models are also considered in a probabilistic variant with spatially variable material parameters. Spatial variability is then modeled using random fields. The work clarifies the effect of diffuse damage in the volume of the structure before reaching the maximum load on the further course of dissipative processes, especially on the shape of the fracture process zone and subsequently on its interaction with the random variability of material parame- ters in eccentrically drawn dogbone-shaped bodies. In addition to the tools of stochastic computer fracture mechanics, an analytical model based on averaging and subsequent analysis of the minimum of the random field is presented
Stochastic discrete modeling of progressive damage of concrete structures
Kučera, Michal ; Sadílek, Václav (referee) ; Vořechovský, Miroslav (advisor)
The work focuses on the use of deterministic discrete modeling with representation of spatial randomness in material parameters to simulate a series of experimental tests of concrete specimens in the shape of a dog bone, loaded in excentric uniaxial tension. The main focus is on the influence of the size of the structure on its mechanical properties, especially nominal strength (Size effect). The specimens are modeled as a plane stress problem using available discrete computational methods.

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