Research on the Rigid Homogenization Theory of Masonry Structures Based on Regular Tessellation Theory

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Regular tessellation theory was firstly introduced to deconstruct cells and partition masonry periodically in two dimensions in this paper, the method of regular deconstruction of masonry structures was proposed. In addition, the relationship in mathematical models between the basic cells and RVE was explored, the basic cells and the corresponding RVE boundary and initial conditions was derived.

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Weijun Yang and Qiusheng Li

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790-798

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C. X. Yang et al., "Research on the Rigid Homogenization Theory of Masonry Structures Based on Regular Tessellation Theory", Applied Mechanics and Materials, Vols. 204-208, pp. 790-798, 2012

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