- Project's funding:
- UMO-2018/31/N/ST8/02380 z dnia 2019-06-13
- Realisation period:
- 2019-06-13 - 2022-06-12
- Project manager:
- mgr inż. Krzysztof Wołoszyk
- Realised in:
- Katedra Mechaniki Konstrukcji
- Request type:
- National Research Programmes
- Domestic project
- Verified by:
- Gdańsk University of Technology
Papers associated with that project
An enhanced method in predicting tensile behaviour of corroded thick steel plate specimens by using random field approachPublication
The present work investigates the possibility of using random field techniques in modelling the mechanical behaviour of corroded thick steel plate specimens. The nonlinear Finite Element method, employing the explicit dynamic solver, is used to analyse the mechanical properties of typical specimens. A material model considering full nonlinearity is used to evaluate the stress-strain response. The influence of major governing parameters...
The objective of this work is to investigate the structural compressive response of plates with locked cracks accounting for all relevant factors and correlation between them. The nonlinear FE model considering both geometric and material nonlinearities is employed herein, and the FE model of the structural response of intact plates is validated with the available experimental data. In the common studies, based on One Factor at...
The objective of this work is to explore the possibility of corrosion degradation modelling of thin steel plate specimens with the use of random field approach. The mechanical properties are obtained via the nonlinear Finite Element Analysis with the use of an explicit dynamic solver. The fully nonlinear material model is adopted to obtain the proper stress-strain response. Sensitivity analysis considering the main statistical...
The objective of this work is to investigate the support-specimen interaction during the compressive experimental testing of stiffened plates. The interaction is analyzed employing the nonlinear Finite Element Method using the commercial software ANSYS. The connection between the stiffened plate and testing supports is modelled with the use of contact elements, where several possible interaction scenarios are investigated, and...
Uncertainty assessment of ultimate strength of corroded stiffened plates subjected to different maintenance actionsPublication
The study deals with the uncertainty assessment of different governing factors related to the ultimate strength of the corroded stiffened plates. The load-carrying capacity is predicted with the use of the nonlinear Finite Element Method. The most influencing governing factors in the non-linear FE analysis, such as material properties and initial imperfections are modeled and analysed as stochastic variables. The ultimate strength...
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