Phuoc Trong Nguyen

Phuoc Trong Nguyen
Ho Chi Minh City Open University · Civil Engineering

Ph.D.

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Introduction
Phuoc Trong Nguyen currently works at the Civil Engineering, Ho Chi Minh Open University. Phuoc does research in Mechanical Engineering and Civil Engineering.

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A novel investigation of the bearing capacity of ring footings embedded in undrained anisotropic clays using a new hybrid soft computation technique that cooperates between finite element limit analysis (FELA) and artificial neural networks (ANNs) is presented in this paper. The undrained shear strength of clays is considered to be anisotropic and...
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Design work for a high-rising building often includes calculating the structure to suffer a specific intensity of earthquakes. The analysis concerning the soil-structure interaction is too complicated to cover all the risks and uncertainties, both in aleatoric and epistemic aspects. A wide range of data relates soil properties (static and dynamic r...
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This paper reports the experimental results obtained from the frst phase of the study involving the loading tests for reinforced concrete (RC) beams retroftted with the jacketing ferrocement system. Five beams, in which one is the control beam, and the other four beams are enlarged with ferrocement jacket, are prepared for the four-point bending te...
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In this study, finite element (FE) analysis is utilized to investigate the shear capacity of reinforced concrete (RC) beams strengthened with embedded through-section (ETS) bars. Effects of critical variables on the beam shear strength, including the compressive strength of concrete, stiffness ratio between ETS bars and steel stirrups, and use of E...
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When external factors disrupt the test’s measurement signals, it is challenging to determine damage inside a structure. The purpose of this study is to provide preliminary suggestions about measurement noise when displacement curvature is used as an input for damage detection. Specifically, this study examined the effect of ambient temperature on t...
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Structural health monitoring (SHM) and Non-destructive Damage Identification (NDI) using responses of structures under dynamic excitation have an imperative role in the engineering application to make the structures safe. Interpretations of structural responses known as inverse problems are emerging topics with a large body of works in the literatu...
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This study explores the linear and nonlinear solutions of sigmoid functionally graded material (S-FGM) nanoplate with porous effects. A size-dependent numerical solution is established using the strain gradient theory and isogeometric finite element formulation. The nonlinear nonlocal strain gradient is developed based on the Reissner-Mindlin plate...
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This study experimentally, numerically, and analytically investigates the shear performance of reinforced concrete (RC) beams embedded with functional plates as shear and tensile reinforcement. Experiments on four RC beams including two reference specimens and two plated specimens are conducted. The beams are simulated by the finite element method...
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The dynamic analysis of continuous beams mounted Tuned Mass Damper (TMD) under the moving vehicles is presented in this paper. The model of the moving vehicle is the sprung mass to consist of a mass of vehicle and wheel. The finite element method and dynamic balance are applied to discrete the beam structure and establish the governing equation of...
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The finite element (FE) method is a common and convenient tool for simulating the behaviors of reinforced concrete (RC) beams. However, the applicability of the FE method for simulating the structural responses of degraded RC beams repaired with steel fiber-reinforced concrete (SFRC) remains unclear. In this study, RC beams subjected to corrosion a...
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This study investigates the dynamic response, damage mechanisms, and residual capacity of precast hollow reinforced concrete beams with prestress tendons (HRCBPT) under impact loads by using High-Fidelity Physics-Based (HFPB) finite element (FE) models. The accuracy of the numerical model developed in this study has been fully calibrated against tw...
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In this paper, a new refined quasi-3-dimensional logarithmic shear deformation theory (RQ-3DLSDT) and an advanced moving Kriging interpolation (AMKI) based-meshless method is combined for the first time to study the static bending, free vibration, and compressive buckling analysis of isotropic and sandwich functionally graded plates laid on elastic...
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New numerical analyses of the vertical uplift capacity of circular anchors embedded in anisotropic and non-homogenous clay are presented in this paper. These analyses are derived based on the lower bound and upper bound finite element limit analysis under an axisymmetric condition. The anisotropic undrained shear (AUS) failure criterion is applied...
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This study analyzes the dynamic behavior of underground water tanks under the loads considering water and structural interactions. The structure of the underground water tank and the water in the tank are discretized by the finite element method with solid and liquid elements, taking into account the phenomenon of multi-environment interaction. The...
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This study experimentally and analytically investigates the shear behavior of corroded reinforced concrete (RC) beams repaired using steel fiber-reinforced concrete (SFRC) in the flexural zone. The experimental parameters are the corrosion degree (0%, 12%, and 17%) and the steel fiber volume in the SFRC (1.0%, 1.5%, and 2.0%). The test results reve...
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A novel refined arctangent exponential shear deformation theory (RAESDT) is presented for analysis the mechanical behavior of both isotropic and sandwich FGM plates. Material properties are set to be isotropic at each point and varied across the thickness direction obeying to a power-law distribution of the volume fraction gradation with respect to...
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The dynamic analysis of duct drilling structure to the wave loading with consideration of the ballast water inside is studied in this paper. The research content is based on the actual model of Tam Dao 05 self-jacking rig selected to apply simulation and analysis. The structural system of offshore structure with the ballast water inside is modeled...
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This article presents dynamic analysis of beam on nonlinear foundation to moving oscillator considering the mass of foundation. The beam is assumed as Euler-Bernoulli beam theory with finite length, one span, discretized by finite element method. The nonlinear foundation fully describes dynamic characteristic parameters including the Winkler linear...
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This paper aims at the effects of foundation mass on the dynamic responses of beams subjected to moving oscillators. To achieve this aim, experiments were performed for a beam resting on the foundation considering effects of the foundation model including linear elastic spring, shear layer, viscous damping. In addition, special effects of mass dens...
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The paper studies the dynamic response of track-train interaction on a nonlinear dynamic foundation model with special things such as (i) the nonlinear dynamic foundation model includes a nonlinear elastic spring, shear layer, viscous damping, and foundation mass; (ii) the process of the finite-element method of nonlinear dynamic response of the fo...
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This study experimentally investigated the behaviour of concrete-filled steel tubes under cyclic axial compression. A total of 42 concrete-filled steel tube specimens of two groups were tested to failure. In each group, 18 specimens were subjected to three cyclic axial loading histories while three specimens were subjected to monotonic loading for...
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The influence of foundation mass on the dynamic response of track-vehicle interaction is studied in this paper. The moving vehicle is modeled as a two-axle mass-spring-damper system having four degrees of freedom. The new foundation model, called “Dynamic foundation model” including linear elastic spring, shear layer, viscous damping and special co...
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It can be known that each building will have different dynamic responses completely depended on the dynamic character of each structure system in the building. Hence, when the gap between those buildings is not enough large, the pounding phenomenon can completely happen in adjacent buildings under dynamic loads especially earthquake. And then, it w...
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Reducing vibration in structures under lateral load always attracts many researchers in during pastime, hence the mainly purpose of paper analyzes effectiveness of multiple-tuned liquid dampers for reducing dynamic responses of structures under ground acceleration of earthquakes. In this study, the multi-tuned liquid damper with slat screens (M-TLD...
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Recently, a new foundation model called \"Dynamic foundation model\" was proposed for the dynamic analysis of structures on the foundation. This model includes a linear elastic spring, shear layer, viscous damping and the special effects of mass density parameter of foundation during vibration. However, the relationship of foundation property param...
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Recently, a new foundation model called “Dynamic foundation model” was proposed for the dynamic analysis of structures on the foundation. This model includes a linear elastic spring, shear layer, viscous damping and the special effects of mass density parameter of foundation during vibration. However, the relationship of foundation property paramet...
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The purpose of paper analyzes influence of foundation mass on dynamic response of beam on non-uniform foundation subjected to a moving vehicle. This foundation model includes non-uniform linear elastic springs, shear layer, viscous damping and special consideration of the influence of a characteristic parameter of foundation mass. The moving vehicl...
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The purpose of paper analyzes influence of foundation mass on dynamic response of beam on non-uniform foundation subjected to a moving vehicle. This foundation model includes non-uniform linear elastic springs, shear layer, viscous damping and special consideration of the influence of a characteristic parameter of foundation mass. The moving vehicl...
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This paper proposes a new foundation model for dynamic analysis of beam on nonlinear foundation subjected to a moving mass. This model includes the linear and nonlinear Winkler parameters, the linear Pasternak foundation parameter, viscous damping and special consideration of the influence of a foundation mass parameter. The governing equation of m...
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This paper presents the contact elements for dynamic analysis of Euler-Bernoulli beams to a moving oscillator on tensionless elastic foundation considering discontinuous contact. The elastic foundation is modeled by linear elastic springs and accounting for discontinuous contact between the beam and foundation. Three types of contact element includ...
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This paper proposes a new foundation model called “Dynamic foundation model” for the dynamic analysis of plates on foundation subjected to a moving oscillator. This model includes a linear elastic spring, shear layer, viscous damping and the special effects of mass density parameters of foundation during vibration. By using finite element method an...
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The influence of mass of two-parameter elastic foundation on dynamic responses of beams subjected to a moving mass is presented in this paper. The analytical model of the foundation is characterized by shear layer connecting with elastic foundation modelled by linear elastic springs based on Winkler model and the mass of foundation is directly prop...
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This paper proposes a new foundation model called " Dynamic foundation model " for the dynamic analysis of plates on foundation subjected to a moving oscillator. This model includes a linear elastic spring, shear layer, viscous damping and the special effects of mass density parameters of foundation during vibration. By using finite element method...
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Bài báo này giới thiệu một mô hình số mới phân tích chuyển vị uốn của tấm vật liệu chức năng với các đặc tính vật liệu thay đổi theo chiều dày tấm. Mô hình này dựa trên phương pháp không lưới sử dụng hàm nội suy Moving Kriging (MK) kết hợp với lý thuyết biến dạng cắt bậc nhất đơn giản (S-FSD). Các ví dụ số được thực hiện để so sánh kết quả đạt được...
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This paper proposes a new foundation model used to analyze the dynamic response of beams on resting foundation traversed by a moving oscillator. The new foundation model called “Dynamic foundation model” includes linear elastic spring (Winkler), shear layer (Pasternak), viscous damping and special consideration of mass density parameter of soil. Th...
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This paper presents dynamic response of Euler-Bernoulli beams on variable viscous-elastic foundation traversed by a moving oscillator. The viscous-elastic properties of the foundation are variable along the beam major axis according to the power-law form. The oscillator model is assumed to be consisting of two nodal masses that are connected by mea...
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This paper presents the dynamic response of Euler-Bernoulli beams on variable viscous-elastic foundation traversed by a moving oscillator. The viscous-elastic properties of the foundation are variable along the beam major axis according to the power-law form. The oscillator model is assumed to be consisting of two nodal masses that are connected by...
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This paper proposes a new foundation model used to analyze the dynamic response of beams on resting foundation traversed by a moving oscillator. The new foundation model called “Dynamic foundation model” includes linear elastic spring (Winkler), shear layer (Pasternak), viscous damping and special consideration of mass density parameter of soil. Th...
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This paper presents the dynamic response of Euler-Bernoulli beams on variable viscous-elastic foundation traversed by a moving oscillator. The viscous-elastic properties of the foundation are variable along the beam major axis according to the power-law form. The oscillator model is assumed to be consisting of two nodal masses that are connected by...
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6.2015 47 1. TỔNG QUAN CÁC MÔ HÌNH NỀN Các dạng kết cấu trên nền là một trong những dạng kết cấu khá phổ biến trong các công trình dân dụng và công nghiệp, giao thông, thủy lợi, …. Đặc biệt, các dạng kết cấu trên nền chịu tải trọng di động của các phương tiện vận chuyển là rất phổ biến như: nền đường chịu tác động của các phương tiện giao thông, đư...
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This paper studies the efficiency of vibration reduction of Triple Friction Pendulum (TFP) at the bottom of column combine with Magneto-Rheological (MR) damper between two structures due to ground motion in earthquake. The MR damper is modelled by springs and viscous dampers, the damping force of MR damper depends on the voltage and other typical p...
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ABSTRACT Themal-mechanical responses of a functionally graded beam subjected to a moving load are studied in this paper. The material properties of the beam are assumed to be temperature-dependent and vary continuously in the thickness direction according to a power-law form. The mass and stiffness matrices are established based on finite element m...
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ABSTRACT The influence of foundation mass on dynamic response of beam subjected to a moving load is studied in this paper. The foundation is modelled by linear elastic springs based on Winkler model and the foundation mass is directly proportional with deformation of the springs and parameter dimensionless is used to describle effect of the foundat...
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ABSTRACT Dynamic response of rectangular plate on variable elastic-viscous foundation subjected to moving mass of object is studied in this paper. The foundation is modelled by damping viscous and linear elastic springs which vary along the length of the plate arcording to a power-law form. The equation of motion is derived by principle of dynamic...
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ABSTRACT Tis paper studies the effect of the velocity of moving vehicles on dynamic responses of multi span continuous beams. The equation of motion is derived by principle of dynamic balance and the fnite element method with beam element. A computer program based on mATLAB language is developed and verifed by comparing analysis results with those f...
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Natural frequencies and critical loads of functionally graded single span beams resting on Winkler’s elastic foundation with general boundary conditions are presented in this paper. The analytical model of the beam is described by using the first order shear deformation theory, however, the transverse shear stress is derived from expression of the...
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Dynamic responses of rectangular functionally graded materials (FGm) plate on viscous-elastic foundation subjected to harmonically distributed moving load are presented in this paper. The material properties of the functionally graded plate are assumed to be varied through the thickness direction according to the power-law distribution in terms of...
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The new prefabricated construction technology using BubbleDeck slab is recently applied in many industrial projects in the world. BubbleDeck slab uses hollow spherical balls made by recycled plastic and therefore it is an innovatory method of virtually eliminating the concrete part in the middle of conventional slab which does not contribute to the...
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This paper studies dynamic reduction of combining damper consisting of Viscous Fluid Damper, VFD, which set inside individual structure and Magneto Rheological Damper, MRD, which set between two structures under ground motion. The MRD is simulated by springs, dashpot with damping force depending on displacement, velocity and voltage of equipment. T...
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This paper presents an investigation on dynamic response of rectangular plate subjected to moving object which is considered as load and mass at the same time. Thus, the mass matrix of plate including the mass of vehicle was formed at each time step based on the concept of equivalent kinetic energy, this consideration leads to the nonlinearity of t...
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This paper presents the dynamic response of two-dimensional cable stayed bridges under vehicles considering the moving masses. The action of vehicles is idealized as moving load and masses of suspension and tire with constant velocity at the same time. The simple cable stayed bridge is discreted by finite element method with 2D frame and cable elem...
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The non linear responses of the functionally graded (FG) beam on Winkler’s elastic foundation under a moving harmonic load are presented in this paper. The analytical model of the beam is described by using the first order shear deformation theory and Von-Karman relationships for material behavior. The material properties of the beam are assumed to...
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This paper studies the dynamic response of vertical wall structures under blast loading. Blast loading is simulated by the form of dynamic excitation in time based on some assumptions to assure physical nature of dynamic problems. The vertical wall structure is modelled by plates restrained in an edge and fixed in four edges is surveyed both linear...
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Time step integration methods are commonly applied to analyse the numerical solutions of structures due to blast loading often expressed as negative exponential functions. The Newmark method is most widely used in this problem; however time step has to be very small in order to integrate the reliable results. Recently, a hyperbolic-trigonometric co...
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A time step integration algorithm for solving the differential equation of motion in dynamic analysis of structures due to earthquake is introduced in this paper. The algorithm is derived from the variation of acceleration in two time steps to be assumed by a combination of both trigonometric cosine and hyperbolic cosine functions with weighted coe...
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Thes paper intioduces a numerical method for integration of the linear and nonlinear differential dynamic equation of motion The variation of acceleiation in two time steps is appioximated as a combination of both trigonometric cosine and hyperbolic cosine functions with weighted coefficient From which all necessary formulae are elaborated for the...

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The goal of this research project is to develop the Moving Kriging Interpolation-based (MKI) meshless method integrated with the refined shear deformation theory (RSDT) for static bending, vibration and buckling analysis of the functionally graded plates resting on elastic foundations.
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