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Eric:
 
"Manual of Numerical Methods in Concrete" by M.Y.H Bangash, ISBN 0 7277 2946 2; published by Thomas Telford Publishing in 2001; http://www.thomastelford.com; may be a good reference, it is my favorite.
 
Adolfo Galvez.
Lima - PERU
----- Original Message -----
From: Eric Green
Sent: Friday, April 18, 2003 10:47 AM
Subject: Finite Element and Reinforced Concrete

Does anyone know a good reference that covers finite element analysis of reinforced concrete? I hate to buy a book at random from Amazon. I am very familiar with finite elements from a theoretic and practical standpoint. I am looking for a reference that covers the practical nitty-gritty of modeling a brittle, cracked, anisotropic, composite material (reinforced concrete) using finite elements. I am not looking for a reference that simply states ?drop the EI of your beams to 0.35EIg and treat it as a space frame.? I am looking for something significantly more sophisticated. Anyone got a favorite?

 

Eric Green