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Finite-Element Design of Concrete Structures
Practical Problems and their Solutions
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From 1990-1996 Professor Rombach worked as a design and project manager for a major construction company on many projects - particularly bridges - around the world. Since 1996 he has been a professor in the field of design of concrete structures at the University Hamburg-Harburg. In 2000 be became a Certified Checking Engineer in Germany.
Preface About the author Notations General 1.1. Introduction to FEM 1.2. General problems of numerical analysis of concrete structures Truss and beam structures 2.1. Corners in frame structures - rigid regions 2.2. Beams with variable depth - inclined haunches 2.3. Beams with halving joints and openings 2.4. Soft supports - elastic bedding 2.5. Shear walls with large openings 2.6. Bracing of high-rise buildings 2.7. Design of hollow box girder bridges 2.8. Truss system - design of T-beam bridges 2.9. Support conditions 2.10. Dimensioning of reinforced beams 2.11. Material nonlinear analysis of truss and beam systems Shear walls and deep beams 3.1. Estimation of stress resultants of deep beams 3.2. Modelling the support condition 3.3. Dimensioning of deep beams 3.4. Strut-and-tie models 3.5. Singularities Slabs 4.1. General 4.2. Meshing - size of elements 4.3. Material parameters - Poisson's ratio 4.4. Support conditions for slabs 4.5. One-way slab 4.6. Slabs that can lift from the supports 4.7. Discontinuous line support 4.8. Concrete joist floors 4.9. Flat slabs 4.10. Foundation slabs 4.11. Skewed slabs 4.12. Singularities 4.13. Discretisation - generation of the element mesh 4.14. Dimensioning of spatial structures 4.15. Comparison with analytical methods and tables Shell structures 5.1. Mesh generation 5.2. T-beams 5.3. Slab-on-beam structure 5.4. Composite structures 5.5. Singularities 5.6. Material nonlinear analysis of shells and massive members Three-dimensional building models 6.1. General problems 6.2. FE modelling of a building 6.3. Design of a building 6.4. Portal frame bridge 6.5. Checking and documentation of FE analyses 6.6. The power of FE analysis 6.7. Summary and conclusions References Index