Elastic, Plastic and Yield Design of Reinforced Structures
  • Release Date : 21 July 2017
  • Publisher : Elsevier
  • Genre : Technology & Engineering
  • Pages : 342 pages
  • ISBN 13 : 9780081021132
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Download or read book entitled Elastic, Plastic and Yield Design of Reinforced Structures by author: Patrick De Buhan which was release on 21 July 2017 and published by Elsevier with total page 342 pages . This book available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle Format. Elastic, Plastic and Yield Design of Reinforced Structures presents a whole set of new results which have been published by the authors over the last 30 years in the field of continuum solid mechanics applied to the analysis and design of reinforced civil engineering structures. The focus is on the development and application of up-scaling/homogenization methods in the design of such composite structures, with a special emphasis on the plastic behavior and ultimate strength of materials. The specificity of the book is highlighted by at least two completely innovative concepts which lie at the very heart of the book’s originality: the elaboration of a fully comprehensive homogenization-based method for the design of reinforced structures (and not only materials), through the study of macroscopic behavior, and the development of a multiphase model for materials reinforced by linear inclusions, which considerably extends the range of applicability of the classical homogenization procedure. Sums up almost thirty years of original research in the field of mechanics applied to the analysis and design of reinforced civil engineering structures Focuses on the application of upscaling/homogenization methods to the design of civil engineering structures Highlights the elaboration of a fully comprehensive homogenization-based method for the design of reinforced structures (and not only materials), through the concept of macroscopic behavior Features development of a multiphase model for materials reinforced by linear inclusions, which considerably extends the range of applicability of the classical homogenization procedure.