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Finite Element Analysis

The finite element method predicts the behavior of larger more complex structures by separating the structure into smaller mathematically discrete parts called elements. These elements have a simple geometry and are easier to analyze. The method requires solving many algebraic equations simultaneously, which is completed with the aid of a computer.

Practice oriented papers and articles ON FINITE ELEMENT ANALYSIS

Hebron Offshore Concrete Gravity-Based-Structure: Novel Design and Construction Techniques

Publication: Special Publication
Date: 1/23/2020

Testing and Finite Element Analysis of GFRP Reinforced Concrete Frame Joints

Publication: Special Publication
Date: 11/1/2018


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Date: 9/12/2018

Modeling Parameters in Punching Shear Finite Element Analysis of Concrete Slabs

Publication: Special Publication
Date: 9/12/2018

TRC Sandwich Panel for Energy Retrofitting Exposed to Environmental Thermal Actions

Publication: Special Publication
Date: 8/10/2018

Numerical Simulation of Large-Scale Concrete Beam Strengthened in Shear with FRP Composites and Bidirectional Fiber Patch Anchors

Publication: Special Publication
Date: 6/18/2018

Probabilistic Analysis of Interior Reinforced Concrete Flat Slabs

Publication: Special Publication
Date: 9/29/2017

Finite Element Analysis of RC Flat Slabs with Different Amount and Placement of Shear Bolts

Publication: Special Publication
Date: 9/29/2017

3-D finite element analysis of punching shear of RC flat slabs using ABAQUS

Publication: Special Publication
Date: 4/1/2017

Size effect on punching shear strength of RC slabs with and without shear reinforcement

Publication: Special Publication
Date: 4/1/2017

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Evaluation of the Orientation of Concrete Finishing Machines in Skewed Bridges Using Finite Elements

by Brandon Gillis, Faress Hraib, Li Hui, and Riyadh Hindi

Using Nonlinear Finite Element Analysis for Bridge Evaluation: Challenges and Perspectives

by Mahdi Ben Ftima, Bruno Massicotte, and David Conciatori

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