Jiangpeng Shu

Doktorand at Chalmers, Architecture and Civil Engineering, Structural Engineering

Jiangpeng Shu is a doctoral student at the Division of Structural Engineering, research group Concrete Structures, at Chalmers. Jiangpeng Shu focuses his research topic on Load Carrying Capacity of Existing Bridge Deck Slabs. This including applications such as finite element modelling of reinforced concrete slabs, shear force and moment distribution in concrete slabs, response of concrete slabs subject to moving loads and evaluation of load carrying capacity of concrete slabs using linear and non-linear finite element methods. The goal is to develop improved, more robust methods for evaluation of existing bridge deck slabs of reinforced concrete, which will lead to more cost-efficient design and maintenance.

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Projects

2012–2017

Load Carrying Capacity of Existing Bridge Deck Slabs

Mario Plos Structural Engineering
Karin Lundgren Civil and Environmental Engineering
Kent Gylltoft Structural Engineering
Morgan Johansson Structural Engineering
Filip Nilenius Structural Engineering
Kamyab Zandi Structural Engineering
Jiangpeng Shu Structural Engineering
Swedish Transport Administration

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Publications

2017

A multi-level structural assessment strategy for reinforced concrete bridge deck slabs

Mario Plos, Kamyab Zandi, Karin Lundgren et al
Structure and Infrastructure Engineering. Vol. 13 (2), p. 223-241
Journal article
2016

A multi-level structural assessment strategy for analysis of RC bridge deck slabs

Karin Lundgren, Jiangpeng Shu, Mario Plos
19th IABSE Congress Stockholm (pp. 1559–1566). Stockholm, Sweden, p. 1564-1571
Paper in proceedings
2016

Prediction of punching behaviour of RC slabs using continuum non-linear FE analysis

Mario Plos, Filip Nilenius, Morgan Johansson et al
Engineering Structures. Vol. 125, p. 15-25
Journal article
2016

Shear Force Distribution in RC Slabs Subjected To Punching: Solid Nonlinear FE Analyses

Filip Nilenius, Morgan Johansson, Kamyab Zandi et al
Paper in proceedings
2016

Prediction of punching behaviour of RC slabs using continuum nonlinear FE analysis

Mario Plos, Kamyab Zandi, Filip Nilenius et al
IABSE Congress Stockholm, 2016: Challenges in Design and Construction of an Innovative and Sustainable Built Environment, p. 1629-1636
Paper in proceedings
2016

Numerical prediction of punching behavior of RC slabs using 3D non-linear FE analysis

Jiangpeng Shu, Morgan Johansson, Kamyab Zandi et al
Maintenance, Monitoring, Safety, Risk and Resilience of Bridges and Bridge Networks - Proceedings of the 8th International Conference on Bridge Maintenance, Safety and Management, IABMAS 2016, p. 1607-1611
Paper in proceedings
2015

Development of modelling strategies for two-way RC slabs

Mario Plos, Kamyab Zandi, Karin Lundgren et al
Engineering Structures. Vol. 101, p. 439-449
Journal article
2015

Punching Capacity of a Reinforced Concrete Bridge Deck Slab Loaded to Failure

Jiangpeng Shu, Lennart Elfgren, Niklas Bagge et al
Paper in proceedings
2015

A Multi-levelStructural Assessment Proposal for Reinforced Concrete Bridge Deck Slabs

Jiangpeng Shu, Mario Plos, Karin Lundgren et al
Paper in proceedings
2014

Finite Element Modelling of Two-way RC Slabs with Varying Modelling Choices

Mario Plos, Karin Lundgren, David Fall et al
The 10th fib International PhD Symposium in Civil Engineering, p. 589-594
Paper in proceedings
2014

Structural Assessment of Bridge Deck Slabs

Karin Lundgren, Jiangpeng Shu, Mario Plos et al
Nordic Concrete Research. Vol. 50, p. 453-456
Paper in proceedings
2014

Two-way slabs: Experimental investigation of load redistributions in steel fibre reinforced concrete

Karin Lundgren, Rasmus Rempling, Jiangpeng Shu et al
Engineering Structures. Vol. 80, p. 61-74
Journal article
2014

Two-way slabs: Experimental investigation of load redistributions in steel fibre reinforced concrete

Karin Lundgren, Kamyab Zandi, Rasmus Rempling et al
Engineering Structures. Vol. 80, p. 61-74
Journal article
2013

The application of a damage detection method using Artificial Neural Network and train-induced vibrations on a simplified railway bridge model

Ignacio Gonzalez, Ziye Zhang, Raid Karoumi et al
Engineering Structures (52), p. 408-421
Journal article