Masonry constructions dry-assembled and composed of rigid blocks, such as most of the ruins in archaeological sites, can be categorized into two groups: structures in which equilibrium is mainly assured by the compression force in correspondence to the joints and structures that rely on the presence of friction between blocks. In this paper a mechanical model and a numerical procedure are proposed to analyze both types of structures, but the second ones are emphasized. The numerical examples described prove the reliability of the approach proposed.

Analysis of Masonry Block Structures with Unilateral Frictional Joints / GALASSI, STEFANO; TEMPESTA, GIACOMO. - ELETTRONICO. - (2018), pp. 246-251. ((Intervento presentato al convegno International Conference on Electronic, Control, Automation and Mechanical Engineering (ECAME 2017) tenutosi a Sanya, China nel 19-20 November 2017 [10.12783/dtetr/ecame2017/18396].

Analysis of Masonry Block Structures with Unilateral Frictional Joints

GALASSI, STEFANO
;
TEMPESTA, GIACOMO
2018

Abstract

Masonry constructions dry-assembled and composed of rigid blocks, such as most of the ruins in archaeological sites, can be categorized into two groups: structures in which equilibrium is mainly assured by the compression force in correspondence to the joints and structures that rely on the presence of friction between blocks. In this paper a mechanical model and a numerical procedure are proposed to analyze both types of structures, but the second ones are emphasized. The numerical examples described prove the reliability of the approach proposed.
Proc. of International Conference on Electronic, Control, Automation and Mechanical Engineering
International Conference on Electronic, Control, Automation and Mechanical Engineering (ECAME 2017)
Sanya, China
19-20 November 2017
GALASSI, STEFANO; TEMPESTA, GIACOMO
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