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000111636 245__ $$aConcrete tie model for the flexural behavior of RC and PC sections
000111636 269__ $$a1998
000111636 260__ $$b2nd International PhD Symposium in Civil Engineering$$c1998$$aBudapest, Hungary
000111636 336__ $$aConference Papers
000111636 520__ $$aThe enhanced concrete tie model described in this paper can be used to determine the flexural behavior of RC and PC sections. This model is applicable to any concrete section, without shape restriction and will be implemented in a shell FE package. To evaluate the performance of the proposed model, a simple program has been developed, using a discretization of the cross section in slices.
000111636 6531_ $$anon-linear
000111636 6531_ $$afluage
000111636 6531_ $$acreep
000111636 6531_ $$anumerical simulation
000111636 6531_ $$aTheory of structures
000111636 6531_ $$anon linear analysis
000111636 6531_ $$aserviceability
000111636 6531_ $$asimulation numérique
000111636 6531_ $$aanalyse non linéaire
000111636 6531_ $$afissuration
000111636 6531_ $$anon-linéaire
000111636 6531_ $$aanalyse des structures
000111636 6531_ $$aaptitude au service
000111636 6531_ $$acrack growth
000111636 700__ $$aRossier, Stéphane
000111636 700__ $$0241941$$g104671$$aBurdet, Olivier
000111636 700__ $$aFavre, Renaud$$g105091$$0245780
000111636 7112_ $$a2nd International PhD Symposium in Civil Engineering
000111636 773__ $$t2nd International PhD Symposium in Civil Engineering
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000111636 8564_ $$uhttps://infoscience.epfl.ch/record/111636/files/Rossier98.pdf$$zn/a$$s107970
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000111636 937__ $$aEPFL-CONF-111636
000111636 970__ $$aRossier98/IBETON
000111636 973__ $$rREVIEWED$$sPUBLISHED$$aEPFL
000111636 980__ $$aCONF