Adam Sciegaj

Doctoral student, Industrial and Materials Science, Material & Computational Mechanics

Adam is a doctoral student at the Department of Industrial and Materials Science, Division of Material and Computational Mechanics. His research is focused on creating a multiscale modelling framework for reinforced concrete structures. The aim is to extend the multiscale modelling approach to reinforced concrete and thus to enable the study of crack growth in detail in large scale structures, like e.g. bridges.
TME295/TME300 Solid mechanics
BOM580 Structures
​Design with Regard to Explosion - Response of a structural system and equivalent 2DOF model

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