Méthode Globale/Locale : Fissuration des Structures en Béton

Abstract : A new global/local approach has been developped to study the cracking of concrete and reinforced concrete structures. First, a global analysis of the structure is performed with a finite element model based on damage mechanics. Then, a reanalysis of the damaged zones is realised at the local scale with a lattice model. This non-intrusive post-treatment allows a fine description of cracking – opening, length, rugosity – in large scale structures with a reasonnable computation cost. 2D and 3D illustrations are treated.
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Cécile Oliver-Leblond, Benjamin Richard, A. Delaplace, F. Ragueneau. Méthode Globale/Locale : Fissuration des Structures en Béton. 31ème rencontres universitaires de l'AUGC, May 2013, Cachan, France. ⟨hal-01692526⟩

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