dr inż. Anna Pestka
- Adiunkt at Structural Mechanics Department
The paper presents the results of numerical analysis performed on historical, traditional carpentry corner logjoints of two basic topologies: the short-corner dovetail connection and the saddle notch connection. These types of carpentry joints are commonly used in currently preserved objects of wooden architecture. All connections have been modelled in pinewood, which has been deﬁned in the Finite Element software MSC.Marc/Mentat...
Identification of Bodner-Partom Viscoplastic Model Parameters for Some Aluminum Alloys at Elevated Temperature
The paper presents the identification process of inelastic (viscoplastic) properties for two aluminum alloys at a temperature of 120°C. The material parameters are calculated on the basis of uniaxial tension tests. Twelve tests at elevated temperature for each alloy have been performed—three tests for four different strain rates. The main purpose of the paper is to identify the Bodner-Partom viscoplastic model parameters for two...
This work concerns experimental and numerical research on carpentry joints used in historic wooden buildings in southeastern Poland and western Ukraine. These structures are mainly sacred buildings, and the types of corner log joints characteristic of this region are primarily saddle-notch and dovetail joints; thus, these two types of joints were analysed in this study. The modelling of historic timber structures is a complex...
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