bernhard schrefler
bernhard schrefler
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The finite element method in the static and dynamic deformation and consolidation of porous media
RW Lewis, BA Schrefler
John Wiley, 1998
2461*1998
Computational geomechanics
OC Zienkiewicz, AHC Chan, M Pastor, BA Schrefler, T Shiomi
Wiley, 1999
9801999
Multiscale methods for composites: a review
P Kanoute, DP Boso, JL Chaboche, BA Schrefler
Archives of Computational Methods in Engineering 16 (1), 31-75, 2009
4342009
Numerical analysis of hygro‐thermal behaviour and damage of concrete at high temperature
D Gawin, CE Majorana, BA Schrefler
Mechanics of Cohesive‐frictional Materials: An International Journal on …, 1999
4121999
Static and dynamic behaviour of soils: a rational approach to quantitative solutions. I. Fully saturated problems
OC Zienkiewicz, AHC Chan, M Pastor, DK Paul, T Shiomi
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. A. Mathematical and Physical …, 1990
3981990
Elastoplastic soil constitutive laws generalized to partially saturated states
G Bolzon, BA Schrefler, OC Zienkiewicz
Géotechnique 46 (2), 279-289, 1996
3951996
Modelling of hygro-thermal behaviour of concrete at high temperature with thermo-chemical and mechanical material degradation
D Gawin, F Pesavento, BA Schrefler
Computer methods in applied mechanics and engineering 192 (13-14), 1731-1771, 2003
3222003
Hygro‐thermo‐chemo‐mechanical modelling of concrete at early ages and beyond. Part I: hydration and hygro‐thermal phenomena
D Gawin, F Pesavento, BA Schrefler
International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering 67 (3), 299-331, 2006
2932006
The carbonation of concrete and the mechanism of moisture, heat and carbon dioxide flow through porous materials
AV Saetta, BA Schrefler, RV Vitaliani
Cement and Concrete Research 23 (4), 761-772, 1993
2761993
Modelling of heated concrete
GA Khoury, CE Majorana, F Pesavento, BA Schrefler
Magazine of concrete research 54 (2), 77-101, 2002
2282002
A fully coupled model for water flow and airflow in deformable porous media
BA Schrefler, Z Xiaoyong
Water Resources Research 29 (1), 155-167, 1993
2231993
Mechanics and thermodynamics of saturated/unsaturated porous materials and quantitative solutions
BA Schrefler
Appl. Mech. Rev. 55 (4), 351-388, 2002
2212002
Thermo-hydro-mechanical analysis of partially saturated porous materials
D Gawin, BA Schrefler, M Galindo
Engineering Computations: Int J for Computer-Aided Engineering 13 (7), 113-143, 1996
2211996
Thermodynamic approach to effective stress in partially saturated porous media
WG Gray, BA Schrefler
European Journal of Mechanics-A/Solids 20 (4), 521-538, 2001
2112001
Static and dynamic behaviour of soils: a rational approach to quantitative solutions. II. Semi-saturated problems
OC Zienkiewicz, YM Xie, BA Schrefler, A Ledesma, N Biĉaniĉ
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. A. Mathematical and Physical …, 1990
2041990
Coupled heat, water and gas flow in deformable porous media
D Gawin, P Baggio, BA Schrefler
International Journal for numerical methods in fluids 20 (8‐9), 969-987, 1995
2021995
Towards prediction of the thermal spalling risk through a multi-phase porous media model of concrete
D Gawin, F Pesavento, BA Schrefler
Computer methods in applied mechanics and engineering 195 (41-43), 5707-5729, 2006
1742006
On adaptive refinement techniques in multi-field problems including cohesive fracture
BA Schrefler, S Secchi, L Simoni
Computer methods in applied mechanics and engineering 195 (4-6), 444-461, 2006
1712006
Hygro‐thermo‐chemo‐mechanical modelling of concrete at early ages and beyond. Part II: shrinkage and creep of concrete
D Gawin, F Pesavento, BA Schrefler
International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering 67 (3), 332-363, 2006
1602006
A fully coupled dynamic model for two-phase fluid flow in deformable porous media
BA Schrefler, R Scotta
Computer methods in applied mechanics and engineering 190 (24-25), 3223-3246, 2001
1592001
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