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Computational Structural Engineering

Proceedings of the International Symposium on Computational Structural Engineering, held in Shanghai, China, June 22–24, 2009

Yuan, Yong, Cui, Junzhi, Mang, Herbert A. (Eds.)

2009, LIV, 1307 p.

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  • Tools to assess new results, methods, and robustness of advanced computational methods for investigating the life-cycle of a structure
  • Multi-scale approaches in structural analysis
  • Dynamic interaction of structure with surrounding environments
  • Multi-physical simulation and optimization
  • Large-scale computation
Following the great progress made in computing technology, both in computer and programming technology, computation has become one of the most powerful tools for researchers and practicing engineers. It has led to tremendous achievements in computer-based structural engineering and there is evidence that current devel- ments will even accelerate in the near future. To acknowledge this trend, Tongji University, Vienna University of Technology, and Chinese Academy of Engine- ing, co-organized the International Symposium on Computational Structural En- neering 2009 in Shanghai (CSE’09). CSE’09 aimed at providing a forum for presentation and discussion of sta- of-the-art development in scientific computing applied to engineering sciences. Emphasis was given to basic methodologies, scientific development and engine- ing applications. Therefore, it became a central academic activity of the Inter- tional Association for Computational Mechanics (IACM), the European Com- nity on Computational Methods in Applied Sciences (ECCOMAS), The Chinese Society of Theoretical and Applied Mechanic, the China Civil Engineering So- ety, and the Architectural Society of China. A total of 10 invited papers, and around 140 contributed papers were p- sented in the proceedings of the symposium. Contributors of papers came from 20 countries around the world and covered a wide spectrum related to the compu- tional structural engineering.

Content Level » Research

Keywords » Stab - Transport - concrete - construction - mechanics - modeling - numerical methods - optimization - programming - reinforced concrete - scientific computing - simulation - stability - structure - virtual reality

Related subjects » Civil Engineering - Computational Intelligence and Complexity - Mechanical Engineering - Mechanics

Table of contents 

Preface; International Advisory Committee; Scientific Committee; Organizing committee; Supporting Organizations and Sponsors; Invited Papers: Computational Multi-Scale Methods and Evolving Discontinuities, by René de Borst; Damage Cumulation Analysis of Welded Joints under Low Cycle Loadings, by Zuyan Shen and Aihui Wu; Ageing Degradation of Concrete Dams Based on Damage Mechanics concepts, by Somasundaram Valliappan and Calvin Chee; Multi-Scale and Multi-Themo-Mechanical Modeling of Cementitious Composites for Performance Assessment of Reinforced Concrete Infrastructures, by Koichi Maekawa; Statisfical Multi-Scale Method of Mechanics Parameter Prediction for Rock Mass with Random Cracks/Joints Distribution, by J.Z Cui, FeiHan and ZJ. Shan; Computational Simulation Methods for Composites Reinforced by Fibres, by Vladimir Kompis, Zuzana Murcinkova, Sergey Rjasanow, Richards Grzhibovskis and Qing-Hua Qin; Underground Structures under Fire - From Material Modeling of Concrete under CombioedThermal and Mechanical Loading to Structural Safety Assessment, by Thomas Ring, Matthias Zeiml &Roman Lackner; Computational Multiscale Approach to the Mechanical Behavior and Transport Behavior of Wood, by K Hofstneer. J. EiteIbegec ZK Badeer. Ch Hellmich and J. Eberhardteiner; The F& Cell Method: High Order Simulation of Complex Structures without Meshing, by Ernst Rank, Alexander Düster, Dominik Schillinger and Zhengxiong Yang; Theoretical Model and Method for Self-Excited Aerodynamic Forces of Longspan Bridges, by Yaojun Ge and Haifan Xiang; Structural Stability: Imperfection Sensitivity or Insensitivity of Zero-Stiffness Postbackling...That Is the Question, by Xin Jia, Gerhard Hoefinger and Herbert Mang; A Step towards a Realistic Probabilistic Analysis of Buckling Loads of Bridges, by Ahmed MUMV Kiyohim Ikeda. Toshiyuki Kitada andMasahide Marsumura; Parametric Resonance of the Free Hanging Marine Risers in Ultra-Deep Water Depths, by Hezhen Yang and Huajun Li;Simulation of Structural Collapse with Coupled Finite Element-Discrete Element Method, by Xinzheng Lu, Xuchurm fin and Lieping Ye; Tunnel Stability against Uplift Single Fluid Grout, by Frgqin Yong. Jian'mg M Yong Yuan and Chunlong Yu; Effects of Concentrated Initial Smses on Global Buckling of Plates, by R E. Leung and J i e Fan; Application of a%-Walled Shuchlre Theory in Dynamic Stability of Steel Radial Gates, by Zhiguo Niu and Shwwei Hu; Research on the Difference between the Linear and Nonlinear Analysis of a Wing Structure, by Ke Liang and Qin Sun; A New Slice Method for Seismic Stability Analysis of Reinforced Retaining Wall, by Jiangqing Jiang and Guolin Yang; Hysteretic Response and Energy Dissipation of Donhle-Thhe Buckling Res&ained Braces with Contact Ring, by Zhnnzhong Yi, Xiuli Wmg and Xioodong ti; Seismic Engineering Numerical Simulation and Analysis for Collapse Responses of RC Frame Structures under Earthquake, by Fuwen Zhmg, Xilin Lu and Choo En; High-Order Spring-Dashpot-Mass Boundaries for Cylindrical Waves, by Xzuli Du and Mi lhao; Unified Formulation for Real Tune Dynamic Hybrid Testing; Xiaoyun Shan and AndreiM. Reinhom; Research on Seismic Response Reduction of Self-Anchored Suspension Bridge, by Meng Jiang, Wenliang Qiu andBmchu Yu; Seismic Response of Shot Span Bridge under ThreeDifferent Patterns of Eanhquake Excitations, by Doochuan Zhou, Guomng Chen and Yan Lu; Seismic Response Analysis on a Steel-Concrete Hybrid Structure, by Zeliang Y ' and Guoliang Bai; Seismic Behavior and Structural Type Effect of Steel Box Tied Arch Bridge, by Jin Gm, Weiguo Wu andHongxu Wang; The Seismic Behavior Analysis of Steel Column-Tree Web Connection with Bolted-Splicing, by Yirping Sun and Liping Nie; Diicc Displacemcnt-Had Seismic Design Method of High-RiseBuildings Considerine Higher Mode - - Effects, by Xiooling Cui, Xingwen LiMg and ti Xin; Rotational Components of Seismic Waves and lls lnflucnce to toe Seismic Resoonsc of Speciallv-Shaned Column

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