||Prediction of metal creep behaviour used in building energeticsystems using finite element method
||Brnic J, Canadija M
||A large number of engineering systems operate under multiaxial stress conditions and at thesame time under special environment conditions. Because of the fact that optimal proceduredesign, based on the design specifications will dictate the design life under such mentionedconditions, it is of transcending importance to make an analysis of the time-dependent effectssuch as creep and relaxation. The paper deals with the numerical modelling of creepbehaviour of the building energetic structure members which operate under specialenvironment conditions. Mechanical sublayer method using finite element procedure is used.Using viscoplastic models two applications are presented.
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Brnic J, Canadija M (1997).
Prediction of metal creep behaviour used in building energeticsystems using finite element method. Sarja A (editor); Computers in the practice of building and civil engineering, Worldwide ECCE symposium; September 3-5, 1997, Finland,