Review article

Some proposals for regarding heavy armored cement as a multi-module material

UDC: 

593.3

DOI: 

10.23968/1999-5571-2019-16-5-143-148

Pages: 

143-148

Annotation: 

With the use of the multi-module theory of elasticity, there have been obtained basic concepts and calculated dependences for heavy armored cement as a multi-module material. This approach allows taking into account the specifics of heavy armored cement behavior, including consideration of possible cracking in stretched areas where only the reinforcement works and, on the contrary, in compressed zones, the compatibility of reinforcement and concrete is taken into account. Within the framework of the accepted model of the multi-module theory of elasticity, sufficient conditions for the uniqueness of solution are formed, which guarantees obtaining an adequate result. The authors demonstrate that the discrepancy between the classical and multi-modular theory of elasticity is only in the physical relations that establish a connection between the statics and the geometry of the problem - between stresses and strains.

Authors: 

Morozov V. I. Saint Petersburg State University of Architecture and Civil Engineering

Chernyh A. G. Saint Petersburg State University of Architecture and Civil Engineering

Khegay E. O. Saint Petersburg State University of Architecture and Civil Engineering

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