Search Results

You are looking at 1 - 3 of 3 items for :

  • "Layered model" x
  • Architecture and Architectonics x
  • Refine by Access: All Content x
Clear All

Several nonlinear simulations of concrete and reinforced concrete slabs are performed using a layered model. Two Drucker-Prager criteria are employed to form a concrete plasticity model that is used for simulating the plastic yielding of layers. Moreover, an interaction with elastic Winkler-Pasternak subsoil model is considered for the case of a reinforced concrete foundation slab that is subjected to a concentrated loading force. All computations are done by the SIFEL solver using finite element method.

Restricted access
Pollack Periodica
Authors: Máté Hidvégi, Gergely Mezei, and Sándor Bácsi

Abstract

Multi-layer metamodeling is a metamodeling method that provides great flexibility for domain prototyping, while it also ensures rigid validation of domain rules. Visualization of multi-layer models would be essential in order to promote this new modeling technique in industrial setups; however, the traditional way of representing model entities is not sufficient here. Dynamic Multi-Layer Algebra is a multi-layer metamodeling approach that addressed the challenges of multi-layer modeling, but uses a text-based language to create models. This paper presents Dynamo, a visual notation for Dynamic Multi-Layer Algebra, which is also applicable to other multi-layer metamodeling approaches. The paper elaborates the graphical syntax and the design decisions.

Restricted access

, experiments and tests showed that reinforced concrete structures have ductile behavior [ 6 ]. In addition, many nonlinear simulations preformed on reinforced concrete slabs to simulate yielding state used the layered model [ 7 ]. The plastic theory illustrates

Open access