Finite element analysis of Polymer reinforced CRC columns under close-in detonation

Publication: Research - peer-reviewArticle in proceedings – Annual report year: 2007

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Finite element analysis of Polymer reinforced CRC columns under close-in detonation. / Riisgaard, Benjamin.

6th European LS-DYNA Users’ Conference. 2007.

Publication: Research - peer-reviewArticle in proceedings – Annual report year: 2007

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Riisgaard, Benjamin / Finite element analysis of Polymer reinforced CRC columns under close-in detonation.

6th European LS-DYNA Users’ Conference. 2007.

Publication: Research - peer-reviewArticle in proceedings – Annual report year: 2007

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N2 - Polymer reinforced Compact Reinforced Composite, PCRC, is a Fiber reinforced Densified Small Particle system, FDSP, combined with a high strength longitudinal flexural rebar arrangement laced together with polymer lacing to avoid shock initiated disintegration of the structural element under blast load. Experimental and numerical results of two PCRC columns subjected to close-in detonation are presented in this paper. Additionally, a LS-DYNA material model suitable for predicting the response of Polymer reinforced Compact Reinforced Concrete improved for close-in detonation and a description of the LS-DYNA multi-material Eulerian method for modeling the blast event is also presented in this paper.

AB - Polymer reinforced Compact Reinforced Composite, PCRC, is a Fiber reinforced Densified Small Particle system, FDSP, combined with a high strength longitudinal flexural rebar arrangement laced together with polymer lacing to avoid shock initiated disintegration of the structural element under blast load. Experimental and numerical results of two PCRC columns subjected to close-in detonation are presented in this paper. Additionally, a LS-DYNA material model suitable for predicting the response of Polymer reinforced Compact Reinforced Concrete improved for close-in detonation and a description of the LS-DYNA multi-material Eulerian method for modeling the blast event is also presented in this paper.

KW - CRC, HPC, Polymer,Shock,Close-in detonation, FEA, LS-DYNA

UR - http://www.cprosam.dk/

BT - 6th European LS-DYNA Users’ Conference

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