2015 - Member of Academia Europaea
2012 - Euler Medal, European Community on Computational Methods in Applied Sciences (ECCOMAS)
2004 - Member of the National Academy of Engineering For contributions to computational mechanics of concrete and finite element analysis of reinforced concrete structures.
2000 - Polish Academy of Science
1998 - Fellow of the International Association for Computational Mechanics (IACM)
Member of the European Academy of Sciences and Arts
Lisbon Academy of Sciences (Academia das Ciências de Lisboa)
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Structural engineering, Finite element method, Geotechnical engineering, Composite material and Cracking. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Ultimate tensile strength and Numerical analysis. His Finite element method study incorporates themes from Discretization and Stress.
His research in the fields of Rockfall, Rock mass classification and Rock mechanics overlaps with other disciplines such as Projectile. As a member of one scientific family, Herbert A. Mang mostly works in the field of Composite material, focusing on Shotcrete and, on occasion, Shrinkage, Plasticity and Viscoplasticity. Herbert A. Mang interconnects Degree Rankine and Fracture in the investigation of issues within Cracking.
His primary scientific interests are in Structural engineering, Finite element method, Mathematical analysis, Geotechnical engineering and Composite material. His study looks at the intersection of Structural engineering and topics like Stress with Shell. Within one scientific family, Herbert A. Mang focuses on topics pertaining to Applied mathematics under Finite element method, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Mathematical optimization.
He focuses mostly in the field of Mathematical analysis, narrowing it down to topics relating to Buckling and, in certain cases, Bifurcation theory and Sensitivity. His Geotechnical engineering research includes elements of Viscoplasticity and Plasticity. His study looks at the relationship between Shotcrete and topics such as Creep, which overlap with Shrinkage.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Structural engineering, Finite element method, Serviceability, Hinge and Mathematical analysis. His study connects Ultimate tensile strength and Structural engineering. His studies deal with areas such as Torsion, Beam and Image warping as well as Finite element method.
His Hinge study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Geotechnical engineering and Reinforced concrete. His work in the fields of Upper and lower bounds and Initial value problem overlaps with other areas such as Membrane part and Extreme value theory. As a member of one scientific family, he mostly works in the field of Quadrilateral, focusing on Degrees of freedom and, on occasion, Displacement field, Numerical stability and Applied mathematics.
His main research concerns Structural engineering, Finite element method, Bearing capacity, Spall and Cement paste. The Structural engineering study combines topics in areas such as Curling, Cracking and Deformation. His studies in Finite element method integrate themes in fields like Numerical stability, Degrees of freedom and Applied mathematics.
His Bearing capacity study also includes fields such as
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How do polypropylene fibers improve the spalling behavior of in-situ concrete?
Matthias Zeiml;David Leithner;Roman Lackner;Herbert A. Mang.
Cement and Concrete Research (2006)
Computational Mechanics of Reinforced Concrete Structures
Günter Hofstetter;Herbert Mang.
An anisotropic elastoplastic‐damage model for plain concrete
G. Meschke;R. Lackner;H. A. Mang.
International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering (1998)
A new method for evaluating singular integrals in stress analysis of solids by the direct boundary element method
Hong-Bao Li;Guo-Ming Han;Herbert A. Mang.
International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering (1985)
Impact of rocks onto gravel Design and evaluation of experiments
B. Pichler;Ch. Hellmich;H.A. Mang.
International Journal of Impact Engineering (2005)
A multiscale micromechanics model for the autogenous-shrinkage deformation of early-age cement-based materials
Christian Pichler;Roman Lackner;Herbert A. Mang.
Engineering Fracture Mechanics (2007)
Computational Modelling of Concrete Structures
Nenad Bícanić;Herbert Mang;Günther Meschke;René de Borst.
conference; Computer modelling of concrete structures : EURO-C 1994, International Conference held in Innsbruck, Austria, 22nd-25th March 1994; 1994-03-22; 1994-03-22 (2010)
A new 3-D finite element model for cord-reinforced rubber composites: application to analysis of automobile tires
P. Helnwein;C. H. Liu;G. Meschke;H. A. Mang.
Finite Elements in Analysis and Design (1993)
A multi-surface plasticity model for clear wood and its application to the finite element analysis of structural details
P. Mackenzie-Helnwein;J. Eberhardsteiner;H. A. Mang.
Computational Mechanics (2003)
Tension Stiffening Concept Based on Bond Slip
Helmut Floegl;Herbert A. Mang.
Journal of the Structural Division (1982)
Finite Elements in Analysis and Design
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