Gianluca Ranzi mainly focuses on Structural engineering, Finite element method, Timoshenko beam theory, Beam and Mathematical analysis. His work carried out in the field of Structural engineering brings together such families of science as Creep, Composite number and Shear. His study in Creep is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Shrinkage, Casting and Service life.
Gianluca Ranzi combines subjects such as Cantilever, Geometry and Stiffness with his study of Finite element method. Gianluca Ranzi has researched Timoshenko beam theory in several fields, including Mathematical optimization and Identification. His Mathematical analysis research incorporates themes from Basis, Elastic analysis, Computer simulation and Deformation theory.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Structural engineering, Composite number, Finite element method, Composite material and Slab. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Shrinkage and Creep. His Composite number research includes elements of Concrete beams, Lag, Solid mechanics and Deck.
His Finite element method research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Shear, Cantilever and Material properties. His Slab study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Transverse plane and Joist. As part of the same scientific family, Gianluca Ranzi usually focuses on Stiffness, concentrating on Deflection and intersecting with Cracking.
Gianluca Ranzi mainly investigates Energy management system, Mechanics, Demand response, Energy management and Radiative cooling. His work deals with themes such as Large deformation and Inelastic deformation, which intersect with Mechanics. Gianluca Ranzi frequently studies issues relating to Building automation and Demand response.
A majority of his Energy management research is a blend of other scientific areas, such as Grid and Operations research. His Grid research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Recommender system, Collaborative filtering and Human–computer interaction. His Radiative cooling study which covers Radiative transfer that intersects with Variety, Architectural engineering, Aerospace engineering, Wavelength and Radiant intensity.
Building automation, Demand response, Heat transfer, Cooling capacity and Radiative cooling are his primary areas of study. His Building automation research integrates issues from Reliability engineering, Reduction and Load scheduling. His Demand response research covers fields of interest such as Energy management, Home automation, Energy management system and Tariff.
His Heat transfer research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Deflection, SMA*, Composite material, Shape-memory alloy and Adiabatic process. The Cooling capacity study combines topics in areas such as Stress, Emissivity, Aerospace engineering and Heat sink. His Radiative cooling research incorporates elements of Spacecraft, Wavelength, Radiative transfer and Thermal.
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Time-Dependent Behaviour of Concrete Structures
Raymond Ian Gilbert;Gianluca Ranzi.
A steel–concrete composite beam model with partial interaction including the shear deformability of the steel component
Gianluca Ranzi;Alessandro Zona.
Engineering Structures (2007)
A direct stiffness analysis of a composite beam with partial interaction
G. Ranzi;M. A. Bradford;B. Uy.
International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering (2004)
Shape morphing solar shadings: A review
Francesco Fiorito;Michele Sauchelli;Diego Arroyo;Marco Pesenti.
Renewable & Sustainable Energy Reviews (2016)
State of the art on the time-dependent behaviour of composite steel-concrete structures
Gianluca Ranzi;Graziano Leoni;Riccardo Zandonini.
Journal of Constructional Steel Research (2013)
Finite element models for nonlinear analysis of steel-concrete composite beams with partial interaction in combined bending and shear
Alessandro Zona;Gianluca Ranzi.
Finite Elements in Analysis and Design (2011)
Time-dependent behaviour of expansive concrete-filled steel tubular columns
Yuyin Wang;Yue Geng;Yue Geng;Gianluca Ranzi;Sumei Zhang.
Journal of Constructional Steel Research (2011)
A Multistage Home Energy Management System With Residential Photovoltaic Penetration
Fengji Luo;Gianluca Ranzi;Can Wan;Zhao Xu.
IEEE Transactions on Industrial Informatics (2019)
Behavior of square hollow steel tubes and steel tubes filled with concrete
Lanhui Guo;Sumei Zhang;Wha-Jung Kim;Gianluca Ranzi.
Thin-walled Structures (2007)
Analytical solutions for the time-dependent behaviour of composite beams with partial interaction
G. Ranzi;M.A. Bradford.
International Journal of Solids and Structures (2006)
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