His primary areas of investigation include Masonry, Structural engineering, Composite material, Fibre-reinforced plastic and Mortar. The concepts of his Masonry study are interwoven with issues in Incremental Dynamic Analysis, Seismic analysis, Arch, Strength of materials and Forensic engineering. Daniel V. Oliveira combines subjects such as Ultimate tensile strength, Geotechnical engineering, Computer simulation and Solid mechanics with his study of Structural engineering.
He focuses mostly in the field of Geotechnical engineering, narrowing it down to matters related to Finite element method and, in some cases, Bearing capacity, Diagonal, Plasticity, Stiffness and Shear wall. In his study, Uniaxial tension, Homogenization and Reinforcement is strongly linked to Bond, which falls under the umbrella field of Composite material. His Fibre-reinforced plastic research includes elements of Fiber, Composite number, Deformation and Substrate.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Masonry, Structural engineering, Composite material, Geotechnical engineering and Fibre-reinforced plastic. His Masonry research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Durability, Characterization, Mortar, Bond and Reinforcement. Mortar is frequently linked to Textile in his study.
His work on Finite element method, Arch and Limit analysis as part of general Structural engineering study is frequently linked to Numerical analysis and Shear bond, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of science. Ultimate tensile strength, Composite number, Fiber and Brick are the core of his Composite material study. His work in Rammed earth and Grout is related to Geotechnical engineering.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Masonry, Mortar, Humanities, Gerontology and Forensic engineering. Daniel V. Oliveira applies his multidisciplinary studies on Masonry and Schist in his research. Mortar is a subfield of Composite material that he tackles.
His Forensic engineering study incorporates themes from Bridge, Reinforced concrete and Risk assessment. Masonry arch is the subject of his research, which falls under Structural engineering. He undertakes interdisciplinary study in the fields of Structural engineering and Identification through his research.
His primary areas of study are Gerontology, Life skills, Masonry, Mortar and Correlation. His studies deal with areas such as Geochemistry, Durability and Dry stone as well as Masonry. His study with Mortar involves better knowledge in Composite material.
His work deals with themes such as Significant difference, Cognitive anxiety, Multidimensional perfectionism, Path analysis and Somatic anxiety, which intersect with Correlation. His study in Ultimate tensile strength is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Matrix, Curing, Strain rate, Substrate and Bond. Daniel V. Oliveira interconnects Composite number and Glass fiber in the investigation of issues within Lime.
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Numerical models for the seismic assessment of an old masonry tower
Fernando Peña;Paulo B. Lourenço;Nuno Mendes;Daniel V. Oliveira.
Engineering Structures (2010)
Analysis of Masonry Structures Without Box Behavior
Paulo B. Lourenço;Nuno Mendes;Luís F. Ramos;Daniel V. Oliveira.
International Journal of Architectural Heritage (2011)
Mortar-based systems for externally bonded strengthening of masonry
Gianmarco de Felice;Stefano De Santis;Leire Garmendia;Bahman Ghiassi.
Materials and Structures (2014)
Round Robin Test for composite-to-brick shear bond characterization
Maria Rosa Valluzzi;Daniel V. Oliveira;Angelo Caratelli;Giulio Castori.
Materials and Structures (2012)
Experimental and numerical analysis of blocky masonry structures under cyclic loading
Daniel V. Oliveira.
Soil stabilisation using alkaline activation of fly ash for self compacting rammed earth construction
Nuno Cristelo;Nuno Cristelo;Stephanie Glendinning;Tiago F. S. Miranda;Daniel V. Oliveira.
Construction and Building Materials (2012)
MACROINVERTEBRATE COMMUNITY STRUCTURE IN A REGULATED RIVER SEGMENT WITH DIFFERENT FLOW CONDITIONS
Rui Manuel Vitor Cortes;Maria Teresa Ferreira;Simone Varandas Oliveira;Daniel Oliveira.
River Research and Applications (2002)
Implementation and validation of a constitutive model for the cyclic behaviour of interface elements
Daniel V. Oliveira;Paulo B. Lourenço.
Computers & Structures (2004)
Experimental Behavior of FRP Strengthened Masonry Arches
Daniel V. Oliveira;Ismael Basilio;Paulo B. Lourenço.
Journal of Composites for Construction (2010)
Dry Joint Stone Masonry Walls Subjected to In-Plane Combined Loading
Paulo B. Lourenço;Daniel V. Oliveira;Pere Roca;Agustín Orduña.
Journal of Structural Engineering-asce (2005)
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