Seminar Purpose and Objectives
This short course presents in a systematic way microplane and lattice-particle model formulations for the simulation of aging and deterioration of concrete structures with special focus on phenomena like creep, shrinkage and ASR (alkali-silica reaction).
The addressed topics are of interest to graduate students, post-doctoral associates, researchers, and professional engineers who need to become proficient with the use of modern, effective and versatile constitutive equations for the simulation of strainsoftening and damage in concrete.
Prerequisites to attend the course are basic knowledge in continuum mechanics and finite element analysis.
|Day 1||July 14||Constitutive Formulations I|
|Day 2||Day 15||Constitutive Formulations II|
|Day 3||Day 16||Hygro-thermal model, transport process & aging|
|Day 4||Day 17||Application to Creep, Shrinkage and ASR|
|Day 5||Day 18||Final Exam|
|Unit I||9.00 - 10.30|
|Unit II||11.00 - 12.30|
|Unit III||13.30 - 15:00|
|Unit IV||15:30 - 17:00|
Peter Jordan Str. 82, 1190 Vienna
Seminar Room, Exner Haus,
1st Floor (Room Nr: 1/15)
Arrive by Public Transport
Bus lines, which stop near the Wilhelm Exner Haus are:
- 40A (eg: from U6 Währinger Strasse)
- 10A (eg: from U4 Heiligenstadt)
Walking distance: 3min For further information take a look at the map above