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Department of Structural Mechanics
  • Inland projects

    The research activities of the Department are aimed at problems such as the spatial effects of monolithic and assembled girders, grates, and plates on elastic foundations
    ; the safety and reliability of nuclear power plant buildings under seismic, explosive and impact loads; seismology – the behaviour of building structures in seismic regions; the optimal design of multi-layered two-dimensional structures under static and dynamic loads; limiting the strain and collapse of structures; static and dynamic analyses of post-buckling behaviour of thin-walled structures; using dynamic post-buckling effects for non-destructive testing of thin-walled structures; singular perturbations in optimal control problems applied to non-linear structural analysis; mechanical responses of intervertebral discs in pathological curvatures of the spine; and the development of computer methods in static, dynamic and non-linear structural analyses.