A discrete model for masonry structures based on rigid bodies and no-tensile, frictional interfaces has been developed and implemented. Structures may have a ‘natural’ discretization into stone blocks (or bricks) joined by mortar layers, or may be suitably discretized by introducing ideal interfaces. A semicircular arch and a rectangular wall are analyzed and the numerical results are compared to theoretical and experimental ones in the literature. Some perspective on the homogenization of the discrete model and its use for multiscale concurrent simulations is also given.

Modeling masonry structures through rigid blocks and interfaces / L.Salvatori. - ELETTRONICO. - (2008), pp. 1-1. ((Intervento presentato al convegno Riunione del Gruppo Materiali dell'AIMETA (GMA 2008) tenutosi a Genova nel 29 febbraio - 1 marzo 2008.

Modeling masonry structures through rigid blocks and interfaces

SALVATORI, LUCA
2008

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A discrete model for masonry structures based on rigid bodies and no-tensile, frictional interfaces has been developed and implemented. Structures may have a ‘natural’ discretization into stone blocks (or bricks) joined by mortar layers, or may be suitably discretized by introducing ideal interfaces. A semicircular arch and a rectangular wall are analyzed and the numerical results are compared to theoretical and experimental ones in the literature. Some perspective on the homogenization of the discrete model and its use for multiscale concurrent simulations is also given.
Riunione del Gruppo Materiali dell'AIMETA (GMA 2008)
Riunione del Gruppo Materiali dell'AIMETA (GMA 2008)
Genova
29 febbraio - 1 marzo 2008
L.Salvatori
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