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    ACTIVITY

    COMPUTER ANALYSIS OF BUILDING STRUCTURES AND MATERIALS

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    FIELDS OF ACTIVITY

    • Natural and technical seismicity, computation of the reactions of structures to seismicity, design of structural and other anti-seismic measures
    • Static and dynamic computations of building structures
    • Computing wind effects on structures, modelling wind loads, assessments of aerodynamic instability, model measurements in an aerodynamic tunnel
    • Implementation of European wind load standards, snow load, loading of bridges by traffic. Designing and writing national supplements and modifications to the Czech versions of European norms
    • Measurements of vibrations on structures, assessments of the impact of vibrationon structures, impact of installed apparatus on people, design of measures aimed at reducing vibration
    • Experimental verification of mechanical properties of fibrous composites under a dynamic load
    • Damage and defects of polymer composites: numerical analysis and experimental verification
    • Behaviour of fibrous composites exposed to corrosive surroundings
    • Use of fibrous composites for strengthening structures
    • Determining the impacts of explosions on structures, terrorist explosions, accidental explosions, analyses and assessments of structures
    • Analyses of the dynamic effects of machines and mechanical equipment, calculations for foundations, design of flexible mountings
    • Assessments of static and dynamic damage to structures, and assessments of the static capacity of structure staking into account crack development

    We offer computer analysis of building structures and materials (concrete, reinforced concrete, steel, stone, glass, wood, composites). We use software ATENA and ANSYS, that are based on the deformation variant of finite element method.

    ATENA

    simulates the actual behavior of concrete and reinforced concrete structures, including cracks, crushing and reinforcement creep, allows to model the structure as solid elements including the exact location, shape, size and prestressing of the reinforcement in the concrete.
    It includes modules for calculation of creep and shrinkage of concrete, transport problems (heat and humidity) and dynamics.
    It allows calculate with the geometric, material and support nonlinearity.

    ANSYS

    It is currently the most comprehensive simulation tool that enables to calculate
    – Structural analysis
    – Fluid dynamics (wind, hydrodynamics)
    – Explicit dynamics (impact, explosion)
    – Electromagnetism

    Name Position Email Phone
    Ing. Petr Tej, Ph.D. Head of department petr.tej@cvut.cz +420 224 353 512
    Ing. Marie Studničková, CSc. Deputy head of department marie.studnickova@cvut.cz +420 224 353 503
    Ing. Miroslav Černý, CSc. miroslav.cerny@cvut.cz +420 224 353 584
    Ing. Jaromír Král, CSc. jaromir.kral@cvut.cz +420 224 353 544
    Ing. Jindřich Čech, Ph.D. jindrich.cech@klok.cvut.cz +420 224 353 512
    Ing. arch. Alena TejováD Doctoral student alena.tejova@cvut.cz +420 224 353 512
    Ing. Veronika Mušutová Doctoral student veronika.musutova@cvut.cz +420 224 353 857
    Ing. arch. Marek Blank Doctoral student marek.blank@cvut.cz +420 224 353 512
    Ing. Jan Mourek Doctoral student jan.mourek@cvut.cz +420 224 353 512
    Ing. Petr Kněž Doctoral student Petr.Knez@cvut.cz +420 224 353 512
    Ing. Lucie Vošahlíková Doctoral student lucie.vosahlikova@cvut.cz +420 224 353 519
    Ing. Veronika Steinerová Doctoral student veronika.steinerova@cvut.cz +420 224 353 512
    Ing. Milan Holý milan.holy@fsv.cvut.cz +420 224 353 519