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1977 ... Kenneth M. Will, C. Phillip Johnson, and Hudson Matlock · Finite element procedures have been developed for the transient heat conduction and static thermal stress analysis of bridge-type structures. Existing finite element programs were modified and extended for the analyses. Surface temperatures and thermally induced

23-2 [CTR] ... FHWA/TX-77-23-2

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1977 ... Thaksin Thepchatri, C. Phillip Johnson, and Hudson Matlock · This research focused on the development of computational procedures for the prediction of the transient bridge temperature distribution due to daily variations of the environment such as solar radiation, ambient air temperature, and wind speed. The temperature

23-1 [CTR] ... FHWA/TX-77-23-1; Report 0-23-1

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1976 ... John B. Stevens [and three others] · Observation of the behavior of a highly expansive clay, heavily fissured by dessication, has been made over extended periods. Measurements were made of soil heave under sustained ponding as a function of time and depth and thus the effects of progressive absorption of water into the

118-9 F [CTR] ... 0-118-9F

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1972 ... Mohammad R. Abdelraouf and Hudson Matlock · A finite element method is presented for the analysis of bridge decks treated as shell-type structures. The method can be used successfully for the analysis of a wide variety of highway bridges such as slab-type bridges, beam slab bridges, box girder bridges, and curbed bridges.

56-28 [CTR] ... 0-56-28

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1972 ... Jack Hsaio-Chieh Chan and Hudson Matlock · A discrete-element method of analysis for transverse vibration of beam columns resting on linearly or nonlinearly-elastic, or nonlinearly-inelastic, supports is presented. The applied forces include static fixed loads and time-dependent dynamic loads. The program is an extension of

56-24 [CTR] ... 0-56-24

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1972 ... Clifford O. Hays and Hudson Matlock · A discrete element analysis which considers geometric, material, and support nonlinearities of statically loaded plane frames is developed. A computer program has been written to implement and verify the analysis. Frame geometry, loads, cross sections, and supports (nonlinear concentrated

56-23 [CTR] ... 0-56-23

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1972 ... John J. Panak and Hudson Matlock · A method is presented for the discrete-element analysis of isotropic or orthotropic slabs and plates on elastic supports. An integral grid-beam system can also be included which makes it especially useful for highway bridge structures. Other structures such as highway and airfield pavements on

56-25 [CTR] ... 0-56-25

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1972 ... By John J. Panak and Hudson Matlock · "Research Report 56-25 describes a numerical method of analysis for orthogonal slabs and plates with an integral grid-beam system. The method is particularly suited for application to highway bridge structures composed of slabs with supporting beams and diaphragm systems. Other

56-25 Summary [CTR] ... PSR 0-56-25-S ... Project Summary Report, 56-25

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1971 ... Clifford O. Hays and Hudson Matlock · A linearly elastic solution for the computer-aided analysis of plane frames is presented. The program developed features input formats which greatly reduce the usual preparation of data. The solution uses a variation of the basic discrete element beam-column model for the evaluation of member

56-21 [CTR] ... 0-56-21

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1971 ... Frank L. Endres and Hudson Matlock · A general method for the solution of large, sparsely banded, positive-definite, coefficient matrices is presented. The goal in developing the method was to produce an efficient and reliable solution process and to provide the user-programmer with a package which is problem-independent,

56-19 [CTR] ... 0-56-19

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1971 ... By Frank L. Endres and Hudson Matlock · "All physical problems, when subjected to some type of discrete analysis, lead to a system of simultaneous equations which possess certain favorable properties. This is especially true of must structural analysis techniques. It is the purpose of Research Report 56-19 to present an

56-19 Summary [CTR] ... 56-19(S) ... Summary Report (Center for Highway Research)

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1970 ... John J. Panak and Hudson Matlock · A procedure is developed for the analysis of two-way floor slabs subjected to different concentrated load patterns and continuous over many supports. Partitioning methods are presented which are simple and direct in application. A particular two-way slab structure planned by the Texas

56-13 [CTR] ... 0-56-13

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1970 ... Mahendrakumar R. Vora and Hudson Matlock · A discrete-method of analysis for anisotropic skew-plate and grid-beam systems is presented. The method can be used to solve a wide variety of problems. The principal features are: (1) formulation of six elastic stiffnesses and compliances in terms of three moduli of elasticity in any

56-18 [CTR] ... 0-56-18

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1970 ... Allen E. Kelly and Hudson Matlock · A discrete-element method is described for the dynamic analysis of plates or slabs on nonlinear foundations. The method has been programmed for a high-speed digital computer and can be used to obtain solutions to a wide variety of plate vibration problems. A step-by-step numerical integration

56-17 [CTR] ... 0-56-17

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1970 ... By Mahendrakumar R. Vora and Hudson Matlock · "Research Report 56-18 describes a discrete-element method of analysis for anisotropic skew-plate and grid-beam systems. Relationships are developed which simplify the computation of anisotropic slab stiffnesses. A computer program is included which is capable of analyzing

56-18 Summary [CTR] ... 56-18(S) ... Summary Report (Center for Highway Research)

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1968 ... Thomas P. Taylor and Hudson Matlock · A METHOD OF ANALYSIS FOR COMPOSITE BEAMS WITH ANY DEGREE OF HORIZONTAL SHEAR INTERACTION IS PRESENTED. THE METHOD IS VERY VERSATILE. IT IS APPLICABLE TO COMPOSITE BEAMS THAT HAVE ABRUPT, POINT-BY-POINT VARIATIONS IN THEIR STRUCTURAL

56-10 [CTR] ... 0-56-10

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1968 ... Hudson Matlock and Thomas P. Taylor · A computer program, BMCOL 43, is presented which can efficiently analyze a beam-column subjected to movable static loads. The program is built around the computer simulation of a beam-column subjected to stationary loads which is described in Ref 1. | The methods used in the

56-4 [CTR] ... 0-56-4

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1967 ... Wayne B. ingram and Hudson Matlock · An efficient numerical method of bending analysis for simply connected grid-beam and orthotropic plate-beam layered structural systems is presented. The method relies upon the availability of a high-speed digital computer. The real structure is replaced by a finite-element model of bars

56-5 [CTR] ... 0-56-5

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1967 ... Hudson Matlock and Berry Ray Grubbs · An efficient numerical method of solution to structural frame problems is presented. The method is shown to be applicable to no-sway, plane-frame structures that may derive part or all of their support from soils. A finite-element model composed of bars and springs is used to represent

56-3 [CTR] ... 0-56-3

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1967 ... Harold Salani and Hudson Matlock · A finite-element method is developed to determine the transverse linear deflections of a vibrating beam or plate. The method can be used to obtain numercial solutions to varied beam and plate vibration problems which can not be readily solved by other known methods. The solutions for the

56-8 [CTR] ... 0-56-8

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1967 ... T. Allan Haliburton and Hudson Matlock · A rational method for computer analysis of rectangular plane frames is presented. Three degrees of freedom are allowed at each joint. Flexural stiffness, transverse and axial load, and foundation spring restraint are allowed to vary as desired along each frame member. Loads, couples and

56-7 [CTR] ... 0-56-7

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1966 ... W. Ronald Hudson and Hudson Matlock · Solutions are presented for the deflected shape of freely discontinuous orthotropic plates and pavement slabs subjected to a variety of loads including transverse loads, in-plane forces and externally applied couples. The method is applicable for plates and pavement slabs with freely

56-6 [CTR] ... 0-56-6

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1966 ... Hudson Matlock and T. Allan Haliburton · A wide spectrum of beam and beam-column problems can be described and solved by a single computer method. A finite mechanical analog is employed to allow very general loading and elastic restraint conditions to be considered. The resulting system of equations is solved by a rapid and

56-1 [CTR] ... 0-56-1

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1966 ... By Hudson Matlock and Wayne B. Ingram · "Research Report No. 56-2 presents a particular application of the beam-column method for the analysis and design of highway bridge bent caps. It is the second in a series of reports that describe the work for Research Project 3-5-63-56, entitled "Development of Methods for Computer

56-2 Summary [CTR] ... 56-2(S) ... Summary Report (Center for Highway Research)

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1966 ... Hudson Matlock and Wayne B. Ingram · The problem of analyzing the cap of a highway bridge bent is handled by digital computer simulation. The solution is based on the beam-column method described in detail in Reference 1. | Any particular problem is solved in three phases. The first phase determines initial curves of

56-2 [CTR] ... 0-56-2

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