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Numerical simulation of damage in high arch dam due to earthquake

Hong ZHONG , Gao LIN , Hongjun LI

Frontiers of Structural and Civil Engineering 2009, Volume 3, Issue 3,   Pages 316-322 doi: 10.1007/s11709-009-0039-9

Abstract: Based on the assumption that concrete is macroscopic homogeneous, the cracking evolution process and damageThe bilinear damage evolution model and the damage evolution model expressed in power function with descending

Keywords: mesoscopic heterogeneity     damage simulation in earthquakes     arch dam    

Numeric simulation for structure’s damage identification of space truss

JI Weihong, SONG Yupu, LIANG Bing

Frontiers of Mechanical Engineering 2007, Volume 2, Issue 4,   Pages 423-428 doi: 10.1007/s11465-007-0072-0

Abstract: Damage detection by using the changes of dynamic parameters is a conventional damage diagnosis methodThe analytical results show that the damage location and degree of the truss stick can be effectively

Keywords: analysis sof—ANSYS     conventional     displacement     element analysis     different    

Computational studies on the seismic response of the State Route 99 bridge in Seattle with SMA/ECC plastic hinges

Jiping GE, M. Saiid SAIIDI, Sebastian VARELA

Frontiers of Structural and Civil Engineering 2019, Volume 13, Issue 1,   Pages 149-164 doi: 10.1007/s11709-018-0482-6

Abstract: memory alloy bars (SMA) and engineered cementitious composite (ECC) to mitigate column plastic hinge damageThe novel SMA/ECC plastic hinges were found to substantially reduce damage and post-earthquake residualnovel plastic hinges could lead to improved post-earthquake serviceability of bridges after intense earthquakes

Keywords: seismic design     analytical simulation     near-fault earthquakes     shape memory alloy     engineered cementitious    

Numerical simulation of squat reinforced concrete wall strengthened by FRP composite material

Ali KEZMANE,Said BOUKAIS,Mohand Hamizi

Frontiers of Structural and Civil Engineering 2016, Volume 10, Issue 4,   Pages 445-455 doi: 10.1007/s11709-016-0339-9

Abstract: The advanced design rules and the latest known earthquakes, have imposed a strengthening of reinforcedThe intent of this paper is to present a numerical simulation of squat reinforced concrete wall strengthenedAn elasto-plastic damage model material is used for concrete, for steel, an elastic-plastic behaviorThe obtained results in terms of displacements, stresses, damage illustrate clearly the importance of

Keywords: simulation     strengthening     reinforced concrete wall     squat wall     FRP composite material     damage     Abaqus    

Simulation of Rock Shock Damage Evolution Law with Numerica lManifold Method

Liu Hongyan,Lv Shuran,Qin Siqing

Strategic Study of CAE 2007, Volume 9, Issue 3,   Pages 92-96

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According to the definition of the damage variable basing on the stressThe damage evolution law in the one-dimensional rock long bar under the impact load is simulated withthe expanded program, and the damage evolution curves of the different points and the total materialThe simulation results show that the increase of damage mainly happens in the initial time of the impactload, and with the time going on, the intensity of the stress wave attenuates and the damage do not

Keywords: rock     numerical manifold method     shock damage     evolution law    

Research of the Damage Evolution Equation and Spallation Criterion

Cao Jiedong,Li Yongchi

Strategic Study of CAE 2006, Volume 8, Issue 1,   Pages 40-45

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In this paper, a new kind of damage evolution equation is presented by the method of phenomenologicalconsistence between the computational results and the experimental ones, the material parameters in the damagesatisfactory agreement between the computational results and the experimental ones show that the new form of damage

Keywords: damage evolution equation     spallation criterion     numerical simulation    

understanding of interfacial processing mechanism of silicon in water environment: A ReaxFF molecular dynamics simulation

Frontiers of Mechanical Engineering 2021, Volume 16, Issue 3,   Pages 570-579 doi: 10.1007/s11465-021-0642-6

Abstract: interfacial process between silicon and amorphous silica in water environment, exploring the removal and damageSimulation results show that the substrate is highly passivated under high humidity, and the passivationlayer could alleviate the contact between the abrasive and the substrate, thus reducing the damage andmultibridge bonds and chain removal appear under high pressure, which cause higher removal rate and severer damageThese results reveal the internal cause of the discrepancy in damage and removal rate under different

Keywords: silicon     ReaxFF     molecular dynamics     friction     damage    

Nonlinear numerical simulation of punching shear behavior of reinforced concrete flat slabs with shear-heads

Dan V. BOMPA, Ahmed Y. ELGHAZOULI

Frontiers of Structural and Civil Engineering 2020, Volume 14, Issue 2,   Pages 331-356 doi: 10.1007/s11709-019-0596-5

Abstract: detailed three-dimensional nonlinear numerical simulations and parametric assessments using concrete damage

Keywords: non-linear numerical modelling     concrete damage plasticity     RC flat slabs     shear-heads     punching shear    

A review on ductile mode cutting of brittle materials

Elijah Kwabena ANTWI, Kui LIU, Hao WANG

Frontiers of Mechanical Engineering 2018, Volume 13, Issue 2,   Pages 251-263 doi: 10.1007/s11465-018-0504-z

Abstract: But obtaining smooth and damage-free surface on brittle materials by traditional machining methods likeand plasticity of brittle materials, cutting mechanism, cutting characteristics, molecular dynamic simulation, critical undeformed chip thickness, brittle-ductile transition, subsurface damage, as well as a detailedductile mode cutting of brittle materials could be achieved when both crack-free and no subsurface damage

Keywords: cutting     brittle materials     critical undeformed chip thickness     brittle-ductile transition     subsurface damage     molecular dynamic simulation    

Mechanical Models of Rock Burst and Its Physical & Numerical Modeling Study

Zhu Fangcai,Song Jinquan

Strategic Study of CAE 2003, Volume 5, Issue 3,   Pages 83-89

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Concerning with status of rock burst study, some comments on rock bursting mechanical models, laboratory experiments and numerical analysis are made. Some research fields related to rock bursting are reviewed. Finally, some views on rock bursting research are put forward.

Keywords: rock burst     mechanical model     numerical simulation     damage     creep    

Windborne debris damage prediction analysis

Fangfang SONG, Jinping OU,

Frontiers of Structural and Civil Engineering 2010, Volume 4, Issue 3,   Pages 326-330 doi: 10.1007/s11709-010-0067-5

Abstract: Windborne debris is one of the most important causes of the envelop destruction according to the post-damageThe problem of windborne debris damage could be summarized as three parts, including windborne debrisBesides, the process of windborne debris damage analysis is described in detail.

Keywords: typhoon     windborne debris     structural envelopes     damage estimation    

Corrosion damage assessment and monitoring of large steel space structures

Bo CHEN, You-Lin XU, Weilian QU,

Frontiers of Structural and Civil Engineering 2010, Volume 4, Issue 3,   Pages 354-369 doi: 10.1007/s11709-010-0088-0

Abstract: This paper proposes a framework for assessing the corrosion damage of large steel space structures subjectedreal large steel space structure built in the southern coastal area in China to assess its corrosion damage

Keywords: large steel space structure     atmospheric corrosion     stress corrosion cracking     corrosion damage     damage assessment    

Detection of damage locations and damage steps in pile foundations using acoustic emissions with deep

Alipujiang JIERULA, Tae-Min OH, Shuhong WANG, Joon-Hyun LEE, Hyunwoo KIM, Jong-Won LEE

Frontiers of Structural and Civil Engineering 2021, Volume 15, Issue 2,   Pages 318-332 doi: 10.1007/s11709-021-0715-y

Abstract: The aim of this study is to propose a new detection method for determining the damage locations in pileFirst, the damage location is simulated using a back propagation neural network deep learning model withIn particular, the damage location is identified using two parameters: the pile location ( ) and theSecond, the damage step condition is determined using a classification model with an acoustic emissionFinally, a new damage detection and evaluation method for pile foundations is proposed.

Keywords: pile foundations     damage location     acoustic emission     deep learning     damage step    

Steady Simulation of Mini-refrigerating System

Wang Ting,Chen Haigeng,Zhao Wei ,Cui Miao

Strategic Study of CAE 2007, Volume 9, Issue 3,   Pages 97-102

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According to the definition of the damage variable basing on the stressThe damage evolution law in the one-dimensional rock long bar under the impact load is simulated withthe expanded program, and the damage evolution curves of the different points and the total materialThe simulation results show that the increase of damage mainly happens in the initial time of the impactload, and with the time going on, the intensity of the stress wave attenuates and the damage do not

Keywords: rock     numerical manifold method     shock damage     evolution law    

Creep life assessment of aero-engine recuperator based on continuum damage mechanics approach

Frontiers of Mechanical Engineering 2022, Volume 17, Issue 4, doi: 10.1007/s11465-022-0702-6

Abstract: The creep life of an aeroengine recuperator is investigated in terms of continuum damage mechanics by

Keywords: creep     life assessment     brazed joint     continuum damage mechanics     aeroengine recuperator    

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Numerical simulation of damage in high arch dam due to earthquake

Hong ZHONG , Gao LIN , Hongjun LI

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Numeric simulation for structure’s damage identification of space truss

JI Weihong, SONG Yupu, LIANG Bing

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Computational studies on the seismic response of the State Route 99 bridge in Seattle with SMA/ECC plastic hinges

Jiping GE, M. Saiid SAIIDI, Sebastian VARELA

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Numerical simulation of squat reinforced concrete wall strengthened by FRP composite material

Ali KEZMANE,Said BOUKAIS,Mohand Hamizi

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Simulation of Rock Shock Damage Evolution Law with Numerica lManifold Method

Liu Hongyan,Lv Shuran,Qin Siqing

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Research of the Damage Evolution Equation and Spallation Criterion

Cao Jiedong,Li Yongchi

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understanding of interfacial processing mechanism of silicon in water environment: A ReaxFF molecular dynamics simulation

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Nonlinear numerical simulation of punching shear behavior of reinforced concrete flat slabs with shear-heads

Dan V. BOMPA, Ahmed Y. ELGHAZOULI

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A review on ductile mode cutting of brittle materials

Elijah Kwabena ANTWI, Kui LIU, Hao WANG

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Mechanical Models of Rock Burst and Its Physical & Numerical Modeling Study

Zhu Fangcai,Song Jinquan

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Windborne debris damage prediction analysis

Fangfang SONG, Jinping OU,

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Corrosion damage assessment and monitoring of large steel space structures

Bo CHEN, You-Lin XU, Weilian QU,

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Detection of damage locations and damage steps in pile foundations using acoustic emissions with deep

Alipujiang JIERULA, Tae-Min OH, Shuhong WANG, Joon-Hyun LEE, Hyunwoo KIM, Jong-Won LEE

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Steady Simulation of Mini-refrigerating System

Wang Ting,Chen Haigeng,Zhao Wei ,Cui Miao

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Creep life assessment of aero-engine recuperator based on continuum damage mechanics approach

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