Development of a constitutive model for concrete.

Berkman, Omer


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Nonlinear systems are encountered in many areas of science. In order to study these systems on a theoretical level, many approaches regarding the solution of nonlinear equation systems have been developed. Harmonic Balance Method (HBM) is one of the most powerful and popular methods for solving nonlinear differential equations in frequency domain. The main idea of the method is representation of the time-periodic response and nonlinear internal forces in terms of Fourier series and balancing each harmonic t...
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O. Berkman, “Development of a constitutive model for concrete.,” Middle East Technical University, 1992.