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Fully nonlinear dynamic numerical analysis
Applied Element Method.com is dedicated to the educating engineers, scientists and researchers about the advancements inherent in AEM technology. The Applied Element Method, or AEM, is a new method of analysis, one that is capable of predicting the continuum and discrete behavior of structures to a greater degree of accuracy than current methods. With more than two decades of continuous research and development AEM has been proven to be the only method that can track structural collapse behavior passing through all stages of loading; elastic, crack initiation and propagation in tension-weak materials, reinforcement yielding, element separation, element collision (contact), and collision with the ground and adjacent structures.
- Progressive Collapse Assessment of Multistory Reinforced Concrete Structures Subjected to Seismic Actions
- Irregular Steel Building Structures Subjected to Blast Loading
- Collapse Prevention Design Criteria for Moment Connections in Multi-Story Steel Frames Under Extreme Actions
- Ultimate Capacity of Beam-to-Column Connections Under Bending and Axial Stresses
- Effect of Connection Between Reinforced Concrete Slab and Steel Beams In Multi-Story Frames Subjected to Different Column Loss Scenarios