Computational model of textile-reinforced concrete structures

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The paper presents a numerical model for the simulation of the bearing behaviour of textile-reinforced concrete structures under static load taking into account the specific bond characteristics. For the numerical simulation an assumed strain finite element based on the Reissner-Mindlin shell theory for finite rotations is used. The developed numerical model for textile-reinforced concrete allows cost efficient calculations and faster computer-aided analyses. The model verification is carried out by numerical simulations of experiments on textile-reinforced tension bars and also by simulating four-point-bending tests of textile-reinforced beams with thin-walled cross-sections under various loads. A comparison between the results of the simulations and the results of experiments is presented and discussed. © 2004 Civil-Comp Ltd. and Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.




Holler, S., Butenweg, C., Noh, S. Y., & Meskouris, K. (2004). Computational model of textile-reinforced concrete structures. In Computers and Structures (Vol. 82, pp. 1971–1979). Elsevier Ltd.

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