The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Structural engineering, Computer simulation, Shock, Blast wave and Strain rate. Structural engineering is frequently linked to Vibration in his study. His Shock research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Slab and Simulation, Computational model.
His Blast wave research incorporates elements of Particle velocity, Geotechnical engineering, Finite element method and Smoothed-particle hydrodynamics. His work in the fields of Finite element method, such as Modal analysis, intersects with other areas such as Upgrade. The various areas that Yong Lu examines in his Strain rate study include Scaling, Reinforced concrete and Constitutive equation.
His primary areas of study are Structural engineering, Computer simulation, Finite element method, Geotechnical engineering and Vibration. His studies link Shock with Structural engineering. As part of his studies on Computer simulation, Yong Lu frequently links adjacent subjects like Strain rate.
The Strain rate study combines topics in areas such as Mechanics and Mesoscale meteorology. His research combines Blast wave and Geotechnical engineering. Yong Lu is interested in Timoshenko beam theory, which is a field of Vibration.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Structural engineering, Finite element method, Progressive collapse, Beam and Reinforced concrete. The study incorporates disciplines such as Computer simulation and Identification in addition to Structural engineering. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Control theory, Isolator, Spectral density, Mesoscale meteorology and Mesoscopic physics.
His studies deal with areas such as Bearing capacity, Compressive strength, Strain rate, Stub and Stiffening as well as Finite element method. His Progressive collapse study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Catenary, Pendulum and Truss. His research in Reinforced concrete intersects with topics in Frame and Blast load.
Yong Lu spends much of his time researching Structural engineering, Finite element method, Progressive collapse, Precast concrete and Reinforced concrete. His study in Structural engineering is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Strain rate and Computer simulation. As a member of one scientific family, Yong Lu mostly works in the field of Computer simulation, focusing on Sphere packing and, on occasion, Mesoscale meteorology.
His Finite element method research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Stub, Self-consolidating concrete, Coupling and Composite material, Stiffening. Yong Lu combines subjects such as Zero force member, Catenary, Column and Buckling with his study of Progressive collapse. Yong Lu has researched Reinforced concrete in several fields, including Stress, Reinforcement, Spall and Benchmark data.
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Evaluation of typical concrete material models used in hydrocodes for high dynamic response simulations
Zhenguo Tu;Yong Lu.
International Journal of Impact Engineering (2009)
Assessment of highway bridge upgrading by dynamic testing and finite element model updating
James Mark William Brownjohn;Pilate Moyo;Piotr Omenzetter;Yong Lu.
Journal of Bridge Engineering (2003)
Numerical simulation study of spallation in reinforced concrete plates subjected to blast loading
Kai Xu;Yong Lu.
Computers & Structures (2006)
A robust stochastic genetic algorithm (StGA) for global numerical optimization
Zhenguo Tu;Yong Lu.
IEEE Transactions on Evolutionary Computation (2004)
Sensitivity of PZT Impedance Sensors for Damage Detection of Concrete Structures
Yaowen Yang;Yuhang Hu;Yong Lu.
A comparative study of buried structure in soil subjected to blast load using 2D and 3D numerical simulations
Yong Lu;Zhongqi Wang;Karen Chong.
Soil Dynamics and Earthquake Engineering (2005)
Modelling of dynamic behaviour of concrete materials under blast loading
Yong Lu;Kai Xu.
International Journal of Solids and Structures (2004)
A full coupled numerical analysis approach for buried structures subjected to subsurface blast
Zhongqi Wang;Yong Lu;Hong Hao;Karen Chong.
Computers & Structures (2005)
A novel time-domain auto-regressive model for structural damage diagnosis
Yong Lu;Feng Gao.
Journal of Sound and Vibration (2005)
A three-phase soil model for simulating stress wave propagation due to blast loading
Zhongqi Wang;Hong Hao;Yong Lu.
International Journal for Numerical and Analytical Methods in Geomechanics (2004)
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