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Timezyx at IABMAS 2024 in Copenhagen, Denmark: The future of management, safety, risk assessment, sustainability and digitalization of existing bridges.

The research project was led by Dr. Mario Plos of the Swedish Transport Administration, and in collaboration with Dr. Morgan Johansson of Chalmers University of Technology and Norconsult, Prof. Jiangpeng Shu of Zhejiang University, and Dr. Kamyab Zandi of Timezyx.

The presentation “Recommendations for Structural Assessment of RC Slabs Using the Finite Element Method” provides comprehensive recommendations for engineering practice in the structural assessment of reinforced concrete (RC) slabs using advanced Finite Element (FE) analysis. Furthermore, a multi-level structural assessment strategy that offers a framework for progressively advanced analysis will be presented. The research shows that advanced nonlinear FE analysis can be used to demonstrate higher performance and longer lifetime than with conventional engineering methods. Such analyses allow for a more accurate description of structural behavior, often revealing higher, yet conservative, load-carrying capacities. We look forward to sharing our advancements in the ongoing dialogue on enhancing the durability and efficiency of transportation infrastructure. Join us at IABMAS 2024 as we discuss innovative and advanced methods to maximize the potential of existing structures.

Collaborators:

Dr. Mario Plos, Swedish Transport Administration (Project  Lead and Presentor)

Dr. Morgan Johansson, Chalmers University of Technology & Norconsult AB

Prof. Jiangpeng Shu, Zhejiang University, College of Civil Engineering and Architecture

Dr. Kamyab Zandi, Timezyx

Further references:

Plos M., Johansson M., Zandi K. & Shu J. 2021: Recommendations for Assessment of Reinforced Concrete Slabs: Enhanced structural analysis with the finite element method. Göteborg, Chalmers Univ. of Tech. https://research.chalmers.se/publication/523655/file/523655_Fulltext.pdf

Timezyx at IABMAS 2024

Timezyx at IABMAS 2024 in Copenhagen, Denmark: The future of management, safety, risk assessment, sustainability and digitalization of existing bridges.

The research project was led by Dr. Mario Plos of the Swedish Transport Administration, and in collaboration with Dr. Morgan Johansson of Chalmers University of Technology and Norconsult, Prof. Jiangpeng Shu of Zhejiang University, and Dr. Kamyab Zandi of Timezyx.

The presentation “Recommendations for Structural Assessment of RC Slabs Using the Finite Element Method” provides comprehensive recommendations for engineering practice in the structural assessment of reinforced concrete (RC) slabs using advanced Finite Element (FE) analysis. Furthermore, a multi-level structural assessment strategy that offers a framework for progressively advanced analysis will be presented. The research shows that advanced nonlinear FE analysis can be used to demonstrate higher performance and longer lifetime than with conventional engineering methods. Such analyses allow for a more accurate description of structural behavior, often revealing higher, yet conservative, load-carrying capacities. We look forward to sharing our advancements in the ongoing dialogue on enhancing the durability and efficiency of transportation infrastructure. Join us at IABMAS 2024 as we discuss innovative and advanced methods to maximize the potential of existing structures.

Collaborators:

Dr. Mario Plos, Swedish Transport Administration (Project  Lead and Presentor)

Dr. Morgan Johansson, Chalmers University of Technology & Norconsult AB

Prof. Jiangpeng Shu, Zhejiang University, College of Civil Engineering and Architecture

Dr. Kamyab Zandi, Timezyx

Further references:

Plos M., Johansson M., Zandi K. & Shu J. 2021: Recommendations for Assessment of Reinforced Concrete Slabs: Enhanced structural analysis with the finite element method. Göteborg, Chalmers Univ. of Tech. https://research.chalmers.se/publication/523655/file/523655_Fulltext.pdf

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