dr hab. inż. Tomasz Mikulski
- Head of Section at Zakład Mechaniki Konstrukcji Oceanotechnicznych
- Associate professor at Institute of Ocean Engineering and Ship Technology
- Institute of Ocean Engineering and Ship Technology
- Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and Ship Technology
Numerical modeling and experimental validation of full-scale segment to support design of novel GFRP footbridge
The paper contains analysis of full-scaled three meters long segment of a novel composite footbridge. Both numerical modeling and experimental validation were performed. Analyzed object is a shell type sandwich channel-like structure made of composite sandwich with GFRP laminates as a skin and PET foam as a core. Several static load schemes were performed including vertical and horizontal forces. In FEM analysis multilayered laminate...
An aluminum silo with initial imperfections is analysed. Two types of imperfections are considered. The first one takes the form of local indentations in the shell; their size and range are adopted on the basis of the standard guidelines. The second type is a global imperfection described through the use of its eigenforms and by means of two-dimensional random fields. The calculations are limited to two cases of loading: negative...
This study aims to model and analyse imperfect tructures using real measurements, employing photogrammetry technique commonly used in the geodesy. The study highlights the capability of the photogrammetry in aiding the structural analysis of imperfect engineering objects. Firstly, the photogrammetry measurements of a stiﬀened plate are carried out using a specially designed for the purpose experimental stand. Then, the plate surface...
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