Peter Grassl's Archive
Congratulations to Ignatios Athanasiadis for successfully defending his PhD!
New article: C. Fahy, S. Wheeler, D. Gallipoli and P. Grassl. "Corrosion induced cracking modelled by a coupled transport-structural approach." Cement and Concrete Research. Vol. 94, Pages 24-35, 2017
New report on performance of CDPM2 for reinforced concrete: E. Lockhart: "Modelling the Failure of Reinforced Concrete Subjected to Dynamic Loading Using CDPM2 in LS-DYNA.", School of Engineering, University of Glasgow, 2017
New article: I. Athanasiadis, S. Wheeler and P. Grassl. "Network Modelling of the Influence of Swelling on the Transport Behaviour of Bentonite." Geosciences. Vol. 6, Issue 4, Page 55, 2016.
3D visualisation of the yield surface used in our model CDPM and CDPM2: YieldSurfaceCDPM
New paper: I. Athanasiadis, S. J. Wheeler and P. Grassl, "Network modelling of fluid retention behaviour in unsaturated soils", E3S Web Conf., 9, 11016, 2016.
New paper: P. Grassl, J. Bolander. "Three-Dimensional Network Model for Coupling of Fracture and Mass Transport in Quasi-Brittle Geomaterials", Materials, 9, 782, 2016.
New article: D. Xenos, P. Grassl. "Modelling the failure of reinforced concrete with nonlocal and crack band approaches using the damage-plasticity model CDPM2", Finite Elements in Analysis and Design.
New article: P. Havlásek, P. Grassl and M. Jirásek. "Prediction of size effect on strength of quasi-brittle materials based on integral-type nonlocal models." Engineering Fracture Mechanics. Vol. 157, Pages 72-85, 2016.
October 2015: Peter Grassl visited the University of Minnesota where he presented research on lattice modelling of fracture and transport as part of their Warren Lecture series.
New input files added to MAT_CDPM in LS-DYNA.
Dimitrios Xenos defended successfully his PhD work on "Nonlocal modelling of fracture in heterogeneous quasi-brittle materials", July 2015.
New article: D. Xenos, D. Grégoire, S. Morel and P. Grassl. "Calibration of nonlocal models for tensile fracture in quasi-brittle heterogeneous materials." Journal of the Mechanics and Physics of Solids, In press, 2015.
New article: P. Grassl, C. Fahy, D. Gallipoli and S. J. Wheeler. "On a 2D hydro-mechanical lattice approach for modelling hydraulic fracture". Journal of the Mechanics and Physics of Solids. Volume 75, pp. 104-118, 2015.
Caroline Fahy defended successfully her PhD work on "A discrete transport-mechanical approach for modelling the durability of concrete", November 2014.
New article: P. Grassl, D. Xenos, M. Jirásek and M. Horák. "Evaluation of nonlocal approaches for modelling fracture near nonconvex boundaries". International Journal of Solids and Structures. Volume 51, Issue 18, pp. 3239-3251, 2014.
Three of our group attended Euro-C 2014 where we presented three papers:
New article "CDPM2: A damage-plasticity approach to modelling the failure of concrete". International Journal of Solids and Structures. Volume 50, Issue 24, November 2013, Pages 3805-3816.
March 2013: Co-organisation of minisymposium on Multi-scale investigation of concrete fracture by numerical and physical experimentation together with John Bolander and Gianluca Cusatis within FraMCoS-8
September 2012: PhD studentship on "Computational modelling of geo-engineered barriers of nuclear waste storage" is available. Have a look here for more details.
April 2012: New article on Meso-scale modelling of the size effect on the fracture process zone of concrete by Peter Grassl, David Gregoire, Laura Rojas Solano, Gilles Pijaudier-Cabot is available online. DOI
January 2012: Two PhD studentships on "Meso-mechanically based models for fibre reinforced concrete" and "Modelling of geo-engineered barriers of nuclear waste storage" are available. Have a look here for more details.
July 2011: The paper "Lattice modelling of corrosion induced cracking and bond in reinforced concrete" by Peter Grassl and Trevor Davies is available online
August 2010: Two PhD studentships on corrosion induced cracking of concrete and meso-mechanically based nonlocal models are available. Have a look here for more details.
January 2010: The paper "Meso-scale approach to modelling the fracture process zone of concrete subjected to uniaxial tension" by Peter Grassl and Milan Jirásek is available online.
January 2010: Misprints in the paper on "Damage-plastic model for concrete failure" by Peter Grassl and Milan Jirásek are corrected in the erratum (online November 2009).
December 2009: I have co-organised the Telford Advanced Research Workshop on Long-Term Behaviour of Concrete: Design and Validation, which took place on the 10th and 11th December 2009 in Glasgow.