Markus Lukacevic
Markus Lukacevic
Institute for Mechanics of Materials and Structures, Vienna University of Technology, Austria
Verified email at tuwien.ac.at - Homepage
Title
Cited by
Cited by
Year
Numerical simulation tool for wooden boards with a physically based approach to identify structural failure
M Lukacevic, J Füssl
European Journal of Wood and Wood Products 72 (4), 497-508, 2014
542014
Failure mechanisms of clear wood identified at wood cell level by an approach based on the extended finite element method
M Lukacevic, J Füssl, R Lampert
Engineering Fracture Mechanics 144, 158-175, 2015
302015
Discussion of common and new indicating properties for the strength grading of wooden boards
M Lukacevic, J Füssl, J Eberhardsteiner
Wood science and technology 49 (3), 551-576, 2015
232015
An algorithm for the geometric reconstruction of knots within timber boards based on fibre angle measurements
G Kandler, M Lukacevic, J Füssl
Construction and Building Materials 124, 945-960, 2016
212016
A numerical simulation tool for wood grading model development
C Hackspiel, K de Borst, M Lukacevic
Wood science and technology 48 (3), 633-649, 2014
212014
Application of a multisurface discrete crack model for clear wood taking into account the inherent microstructural characteristics of wood cells
M Lukacevic, J Füssl
Holzforschung 70 (9), 845–853, 2016
192016
A microstructure-based multisurface failure criterion for the description of brittle and ductile failure mechanisms of clear-wood
M Lukacevic, W Lederer, J Füssl
Engineering Fracture Mechanics 176, 83-99, 2017
172017
Performance Assessment of a Numerical Simulation Tool for Wooden Boards with Knots by Means of Full‐Field Deformation Measurements
M Lukacevic, J Füssl, M Griessner, J Eberhardsteiner
Strain 50 (4), 301-317, 2014
162014
Comparison of unit cell-based computational methods for predicting the strength of wood
J Füssl, M Li, M Lukacevic, J Eberhardsteiner, CM Martin
Engineering Structures 141, 427-443, 2017
132017
Strength predictions of clear wood at multiple scales using numerical limit analysis approaches
M Li, J Füssl, M Lukacevic, J Eberhardsteiner, CM Martin
Computers & Structures 196, 200-216, 2018
112018
A numerical simulation tool for wood grading
C Hackspiel, K Hofstetter, M Lukacevic
Wood Science and Technology (to be published, 2013), 2010
82010
A numerical upper bound formulation with sensibly-arranged velocity discontinuities and orthotropic material strength behaviour
M Li, J Füssl, M Lukacevic, J Eberhardsteiner, CM Martin
Journal of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics 56, 2018
72018
Stochastic engineering framework for timber structural elements and its application to glued laminated timber beams
G Kandler, M Lukacevic, C Zechmeister, S Wolff, J Füssl
Construction and Building Materials 190, 573-592, 2018
62018
A 3D model for knots and related fiber deviations in sawn timber for prediction of mechanical properties of boards
M Lukacevic, G Kandler, M Hu, A Olsson, J Füssl
Materials & Design 166, 107617, 2019
52019
Experimental study on glued laminated timber beams with well-known knot morphology
G Kandler, M Lukacevic, J Füssl
European Journal of Wood and Wood Products 76 (5), 1435-1452, 2018
52018
From the knot morphology of individual timber boards to the mechanical properties of glued laminated timber
G Kandler, M Lukacevic, J Füssl
Proceedings of the World Conference on Timber Engineering (WCTE 2016 …, 2016
52016
A numerical simulation tool for wood grading: model validation and parameter studies
C Hackspiel, K de Borst, M Lukacevic
Wood science and technology 48 (3), 651-669, 2014
52014
Bending strength predictions of cross-laminated timber plates subjected to concentrated loading using 3D finite-element-based limit analysis approaches
M Li, J Füssl, M Lukacevic, CM Martin, J Eberhardsteiner
Composite Structures 220, 912-925, 2019
42019
Metamodel assisted optimization of glued laminated timber beams by using metaheuristic algorithms
S Pech, G Kandler, M Lukacevic, J Füssl
Engineering Applications of Artificial Intelligence 79, 129-141, 2019
42019
The compressive strength of vertically perforated clay block masonry predicted by means of a unit-cell type numerical simulation tool taking discrete cracking into account
T Kiefer, H Kariem, M Lukacevic, J Füssl
Construction and Building Materials 150, 24-34, 2017
42017
The system can't perform the operation now. Try again later.
Articles 1–20