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# Calculation of Reinforced Concrete Prismatic Shells by the Finite Element Method Using Variable Elasticity Parameters

## Abstract:

The paper considers the modification of the generally accepted formulation of the finite elements method by applying in the calculation I.Mileykovski’s refined technical theory of shells that takes into account the deformations of the transverse shear along the thickness of the model. When applying this solution path, it is possible to calculate thick and thin shells (plates) with equal efficiency, taking into account the complex strained state of an anisotropic material. It illustrates the inclusion in the computational algorithm of variable parameters of the elasticity of concrete, allowing more accurate evaluation of the stress-strain state in the finite element under complex (combined) loads. The presence of reinforcement in the material is modeled by dividing the structure into layers and sequentially reduction the elastic characteristics of the material based on the volume ratio of the components. The advantage of the algorithm is the ease of its integration with the conventional finite elements method. All transformations in this case consist in the modification of expressions for determining the elastic characteristics of the construction, calculating the gradient and stiffness matrices, while the sequence of further calculations does not change. This enables to use the proposed algorithm, including as a plug-in software module, expanding the capabilities of existing computing programs. The article demonstrates the application of the method in modeling a reinforced concrete slab made with the use of multi-component high-strength concrete of a heavy class having a prismatic strength under uniaxial compression of more than 110 MPa.

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Edited by:

Dr. Denis Solovev

Pages:

969-974

Citation:

V. Kruglov and V. Iurchenko, "Calculation of Reinforced Concrete Prismatic Shells by the Finite Element Method Using Variable Elasticity Parameters", Materials Science Forum, Vol. 945, pp. 969-974, 2019

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February 2019

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