Javier (Xavier) Oliver
Javier (Xavier) Oliver
Professor, Technical University of Catalonia (UPC) / International Center for Numerical Methods in
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A plastic-damage model for concrete
J Lubliner, J Oliver, S Oller, E Oñate
International Journal of solids and structures 25 (3), 299-326, 1989
24781989
An analysis of strong discontinuities induced by strain-softening in rate-independent inelastic solids
JC Simo, J Oliver, F Armero
Computational mechanics 12 (5), 277-296, 1993
9441993
Modelling strong discontinuities in solid mechanics via strain softening constitutive equations. Part 1: Fundamentals
J Oliver
International journal for numerical methods in engineering 39 (21), 3575-3600, 1996
6771996
A consistent characteristic length for smeared cracking models
J Oliver
International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering 28 (2), 461-474, 1989
4451989
A strain-based plastic viscous-damage model for massive concrete structures
R Faria, J Oliver, M Cervera
International journal of solids and structures 35 (14), 1533-1558, 1998
4401998
From continuum mechanics to fracture mechanics: the strong discontinuity approach
J Oliver, AE Huespe, MDG Pulido, E Chaves
Engineering fracture mechanics 69 (2), 113-136, 2002
3012002
Isotropic damage models and smeared crack analysis of concrete
J Oliver, M Cervera, S Oller, J Lubliner
Proc. SCI-C Computer Aided Analysis and Design of Concrete Structures 945958, 1990
2771990
Strong discontinuities and continuum plasticity models: the strong discontinuity approach
J Oliver, M Cervera, O Manzoli
International journal of plasticity 15 (3), 319-351, 1999
2571999
A comparative study on finite elements for capturing strong discontinuities: E-FEM vs X-FEM
J Oliver, AE Huespe, PJ Sánchez
Computer methods in applied mechanics and engineering 195 (37-40), 4732-4752, 2006
2282006
On the discrete constitutive models induced by strong discontinuity kinematics and continuum constitutive equations
J Oliver
International journal of solids and structures 37 (48-50), 7207-7229, 2000
2142000
Thermo-chemo-mechanical model for concrete. I: Hydration and aging
M Cervera, J Oliver, T Prato
Journal of engineering mechanics 125 (9), 1018-1027, 1999
1681999
Seismic evaluation of concrete dams via continuum damage models
M Cervera, J Oliver, R Faria
Earthquake engineering & structural dynamics 24 (9), 1225-1245, 1995
1651995
Continuum approach to material failure in strong discontinuity settings
J Oliver, AE Huespe
Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering 193 (30-32), 3195-3220, 2004
1612004
A new approach to the analysis and simulation of strain softening in solids
J Simo, J Oliver
Fracture and damage in quasibrittle structures, 25-39, 1994
1591994
Continuum approach to the numerical simulation of material failure in concrete
J Oliver, AE Huespe, E Samaniego, EWV Chaves
International Journal for Numerical and Analytical Methods in Geomechanics …, 2004
1452004
A rate‐dependent isotropic damage model for the seismic analysis of concrete dams
M Cervera, J Oliver, O Manzoli
Earthquake engineering & structural dynamics 25 (9), 987-1010, 1996
1421996
Continuum modelling of strong discontinuities in solid mechanics using damage models
J Oliyer
Computational Mechanics 17 (1-2), 49-61, 1995
1361995
On a non‐linear formulation for curved Timoshenko beam elements considering large displacement/rotation increments
EN Dvorkin, E Onte, J Oliver
International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering 26 (7), 1597-1613, 1988
1331988
Two-dimensional modeling of material failure in reinforced concrete by means of a continuum strong discontinuity approach
J Oliver, DL Linero, AE Huespe, OL Manzoli
Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering 197 (5), 332-348, 2008
1302008
Theoretical and computational issues in modelling material failure in strong discontinuity scenarios
J Oliver, AE Huespe
Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering 193 (27-29), 2987-3014, 2004
1302004
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