Thermomechanical modelling for the establishment of a new building method for basements of conventional housings

Dirk Schlicke, Thomas Hochgatterer, Martin Zabern, Alexander Glebe, Alexander Reinisch

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The stress distribution in bottom-restrained walls is a desired information for an efficient design of wall-like concrete members which are eccentrically restrained at the bottom. Practical examples are retaining walls or bridge abutment walls where the results were used in order to assess the risk and intensity of harmful separating cracks over the wall height. The stress distributions of common design tasks are usually estimated with graphical solutions in form of diagrams or determined on basis of analytical solutions. In general, all these solutions provide straightforward results, whereby effort and complexity is usually limited by generally approved simplifications within these solutions. This contribution provides detailed background on the effect of common simplifications, namely (i) assuming complete restraint at the wall bottom, or respectively, (ii) separate determination of axial and bending restraint in order to consider partial restraining conditions, and (iii) neglect of Poisson’s effect. The significance of these simplifications is outlined by comparative studies with an Illustrative shell model. Overall, recommendations for the consideration of the outlined effects in practical design were given on basis of these results.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationProceedings of SynerCrete’18 International Conference on Interdisciplinary Approaches for Cement-based Materials and Structural Concrete
PublisherRILEM Publications S.a.r.l.
Pages633 - 638
Volume2
ISBN (Electronic)10.5281/zenodo.1405563
ISBN (Print)978-2-35158-212-1
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2018
EventInternational Conference on Interdisciplinary Approaches
for Cement-based Materials and Structural Concrete: Synergizing Expertise and Bridging Scales of Space and Time
- Funchal, Portugal
Duration: 24 Oct 201826 Oct 2018
http://www.synercrete.com

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ConferenceInternational Conference on Interdisciplinary Approaches
for Cement-based Materials and Structural Concrete
Abbreviated titleSynerCrete’18
CountryPortugal
CityFunchal
Period24/10/1826/10/18
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retaining wall
comparative study
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  • Sustainable Systems

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  • Basic - Fundamental (Grundlagenforschung)

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Schlicke, D., Hochgatterer, T., Zabern, M., Glebe, A., & Reinisch, A. (2018). Thermomechanical modelling for the establishment of a new building method for basements of conventional housings. In Proceedings of SynerCrete’18 International Conference on Interdisciplinary Approaches for Cement-based Materials and Structural Concrete (Vol. 2, pp. 633 - 638). RILEM Publications S.a.r.l.. https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.1405563

Thermomechanical modelling for the establishment of a new building method for basements of conventional housings. / Schlicke, Dirk; Hochgatterer, Thomas ; Zabern, Martin; Glebe, Alexander; Reinisch, Alexander .

Proceedings of SynerCrete’18 International Conference on Interdisciplinary Approaches for Cement-based Materials and Structural Concrete. Vol. 2 RILEM Publications S.a.r.l., 2018. p. 633 - 638.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contributionResearchpeer-review

Schlicke, D, Hochgatterer, T, Zabern, M, Glebe, A & Reinisch, A 2018, Thermomechanical modelling for the establishment of a new building method for basements of conventional housings. in Proceedings of SynerCrete’18 International Conference on Interdisciplinary Approaches for Cement-based Materials and Structural Concrete. vol. 2, RILEM Publications S.a.r.l., pp. 633 - 638, International Conference on Interdisciplinary Approaches
for Cement-based Materials and Structural Concrete, Funchal, Portugal, 24/10/18. https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.1405563
Schlicke D, Hochgatterer T, Zabern M, Glebe A, Reinisch A. Thermomechanical modelling for the establishment of a new building method for basements of conventional housings. In Proceedings of SynerCrete’18 International Conference on Interdisciplinary Approaches for Cement-based Materials and Structural Concrete. Vol. 2. RILEM Publications S.a.r.l. 2018. p. 633 - 638 https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.1405563
Schlicke, Dirk ; Hochgatterer, Thomas ; Zabern, Martin ; Glebe, Alexander ; Reinisch, Alexander . / Thermomechanical modelling for the establishment of a new building method for basements of conventional housings. Proceedings of SynerCrete’18 International Conference on Interdisciplinary Approaches for Cement-based Materials and Structural Concrete. Vol. 2 RILEM Publications S.a.r.l., 2018. pp. 633 - 638
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