Present subject deals with an ongoing experimental and numerical analysis of inplane loaded glass plates. The main goal of the investigation is to develop a hybrid – discrete and finite element – model which could follow the fracture process in annealed and in tempered glass. Measurements of the residual stress state before failure and high-speed camera recordings of the failure are being performed in order to verify the numerical model. The primary goal of this research is to follow the overall fracture of a structural element – e.g. beam – loaded inplane. Present paper would like to give an overview of the structure of the research and a summary of current status archived so far.
|Title of host publication||COST Action TU0905, Mid-term Conference on Structural Glass|
|Editors||J. Belis, C. Louter, D. Mocibob|
|Number of pages||197|
|Publisher||Taylor & Francis|
|Publication status||Published - 2013|
|Event||COST Action TU0905 mid-term conference on Structural Glass - Poreč, Croatia|
Duration: 18 Apr 2013 → 19 Apr 2013
|Conference||COST Action TU0905 mid-term conference on Structural Glass|
|Period||18/04/2013 → 19/04/2013|
Molnar, G., Bojtar, I., & Nielsen, J. H. (2013). Ongoing Model Development Analyzing Glass Fracture. In J. Belis, C. Louter, & D. Mocibob (Eds.), COST Action TU0905, Mid-term Conference on Structural Glass Taylor & Francis.