Inaugural issue is expected in October 2003

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Inaugural issue is expected in October 2003



Articles under Review




F. J. Vecchio, E.C. Bentz and M. P. Collins (Canada)

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Tools for forensic analysis of concrete structures




Jan Cervenka and Vladimir Cervenka (Czech Republic)

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Three dimensional com
bined fracture
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plastic material model for concrete;




G. R. Consolazio and J. H. Chung (USA)

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Numeric simulation of near
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surface moisture migration and stress development

in concrete exposed to fire




F. Barpi and S. Valente

(
Italy
)

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Size
-
effects on
the creep and fracture behaviour of concrete




Xuehui An (China)

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Computer aided reinforcement design for RC structures




F. T. K. Au and A. K. H. Kwan
(
Hong Kong
)

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Flexural ductility of non
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rectangular high
-
strength concrete beams




S. H. Wang and C.

A. Tang
(
China
)

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Implementation of an Meso
-
copic Mechanical Model for the Shear Fracture Process Analysis of Masonry




I. Jelic, M. N. Pavlovic and M. D. Kotsovos (Greece)

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Nonlinear finite
-
element analysis of structural
-
concrete members exhibiting poi
nts of inflection




Yanhua Zhao, Shilang Xu and Zong
jin Li (Hong Kong)

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The analysis and computation of energy dissipation along the fracture process zone in a concrete




J. Oliver
,

A. E. Huespe
,

M.D.G. Pulido and S. Blanco
(Spain)

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Computational modeli
ng of cracking in concrete in strong discontinuity settings




H. G. Kwak and
Do
-
Yeon Kim

(Korea)

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Cracking behavior of RC shear walls subject to cyclic loadings




Kiang Hwee Tan
and Haidong Zhao
(Singapore)

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Stre
ss transfer bands in RC slabs with

openin
gs


Forthcoming Articles




A. Suwito, Xiao
-
chuan Cai and Yunping Xi (USA)

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Parallel finite element method for coupled chloride penetration and moisture diffusion in concrete




Matej Fischinger (Slovenia)

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Benchmark analyses of seismic response of RC st
ructural walls




Koichi Maekawa (Japan)

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Computational safety assessment of reinforced concrete damaged by ambient weather actions





Josko Ozbolt (Germany)

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Discrete bond model for 3D finite element analysis of reinforced concrete structures




Ellen
Kuhl, Andreas Menzel and Paul Steinmann (Germany)

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A view on open system thermodynamic: Application to chemomechanical problems




Boumedienne Nedjar, Viet Hung Ngueyn and Jean Michel Torrenti
(
France
)

-

A
theoretical

and computational setting of calcium l
eaching coupled to continuum damage mechanics




Erik Schlangen

(The Netherlands)

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Computational modeling of

early age cracking in

concrete




Helmut Hartl
(
Austria
)

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3D FE
-
modeling of bond within the embedded formulation of reinforcement




Rena C. Yu an
d Gonzalo Ruiz

(
Spain
)

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Mod
eling of static multi
-
cracking fracture processes in concrete using

dynamic relaxatio




K. De Proft, G.N. Wells, L.J. Sluys and W.P. De Wilde(Belgium)

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An experimental
-
computational strategy for the analysis of tensile fractur
e in brittle
materials




Feifei Sun
(Italy)

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One
-
dimensional damage model of concrete under cyclic compression