2004 - Member of the National Academy of Engineering For contributions to constitutive modeling and computational failure analysis of concrete and quasi-brittle materials and structures.
1999 - Fellow of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers
Kaspar Willam studied Tangent and Geometry that intersect with Singularity. As part of his studies on Singularity, Kaspar Willam frequently links adjacent subjects like Geometry. He works mostly in the field of Inviscid flow, limiting it down to topics relating to Mechanics and, in certain cases, Length scale, Dilatant and Instability, as a part of the same area of interest. Dilatant is frequently linked to Geotechnical engineering in his study. Kaspar Willam integrates Geotechnical engineering with Triaxial shear test in his research. Kaspar Willam regularly ties together related areas like Mechanics in his Instability studies. In the field of Stress path and Triaxial shear test he studies Shear (geology). His research on Stress path frequently connects to adjacent areas such as Shear (geology). In most of his Composite material studies, his work intersects topics such as Creep.
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Constitutive model for the triaxial behaviour of concrete
K. J. Willam.
Proc. Intl. Assoc. Bridge Structl. Engrs (1975)
Triaxial failure criterion for concrete and its generalization
Philippe Menetrey;Kaspar Willam.
Aci Structural Journal (1995)
Recent developments in the finite element analysis of prestressed concrete reactor vessels
J.H. Argyris;G. Faust;J. Szimmat;E.P. Warnke.
Nuclear Engineering and Design (1974)
Fracture Energy Formulation for Inelastic Behavior of Plain Concrete
G. Etse;K. Willam.
Journal of Engineering Mechanics-asce (1994)
On the formulation of anisotropic elastic degradation. I. Theory based on a pseudo-logarithmic damage tensor rate
Ignacio Carol;Ignacio Carol;Egidio Rizzi;Kaspar Willam.
International Journal of Solids and Structures (2001)
A coupled elastoplastic damage model for geomaterials
M.R Salari;S Saeb;K.J Willam;S.J Patchet.
Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering (2004)
Numerical modeling of masonry-infilled RC frames subjected to seismic loads
Ioannis Koutromanos;Andreas Stavridis;P. Benson Shing;Kaspar Willam.
Computers & Structures (2011)
A unified theory of elastic degradation and damage based on a loading surface
Ignacio Carol;Egidio Rizzi;Kaspar Willam.
International Journal of Solids and Structures (1994)
Computational aspects of welding stress analysis
J.H. Argyris;J. Szimmat;K.J. Willam.
Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering (1982)
Fundamental Issues of Smeared Crack Models
Kaspar Willam;Eddy Pramono;Stein Sture.
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