Fabiola Tartaglione

Contact

Address

Marienstraße 7A, Room 305
99423 Weimar

Phone

+49 3643 584509

Email

fabiola.tartaglione@uni-weimar.de

Website

https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Fabiola_Tartaglione_G

Academic CV

2018-today

Scientific coworker at Chair of Structural Analysis and Component Strength, Prof. Carsten Könke. Bauhaus-Universität Weimar, Germany.

 

2015-2017

Master of Science in Natural Hazards and Risks in Structural Engineering at Bauhaus-Universität Weimar, Germany.

 

2005-2011

Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering at Universidad de Oriente. Barcelona, Venezuela.

Research Interests

  • Generalised Beam Theory
  • Shell Formulations
  • Finite Element Methods
  • Structural Dynamics


Research Projects

GBT and Shell finite elements coupling

https://www.researchgate.net/project/GBT-and-Shell-finite-elements-coupling

Commercial finite element (FE) software are frequently used in engineering for analysing structural systems. When the systems are complex, the FE models are of large dimensions, producing a high computational effort. Although simplicity and promptness are two main qualities required for structural analysis, many modelling concepts are confined to the boundaries of a numerical software, such as the numerical method, the model optimisation and the accuracy of the results. In this regard, the generalised beam theory (GBT) is a novel method that is under study to address the analysis of thin-walled members and represents one alternative to the finite element method (FEM). My research is focused on coupling methods in structural analysis that include elements of different order based on FEM and GBT. The coupling-based methods for supports in pipeline systems and coupling-based methods for GBT-elements and 2D-shell elements are under development.

Proceedings and Talks

Fabiola Tartaglione, Marcelo J. Bianco, Abinet K. Habtemariam, Volkmar Zabel and Carsten Könke. Analysis of support conditions applying coupling-based deformation modes in Generalised Beam Theory (GBT). In: Proceedings of the 8th GACM Colloquium on Computational Mechanics (p.291-294). GACM 2019. Universität Kassel. Kassel.

https://www.uni-kassel.de/upress/online/OpenAccess/978-3-7376-5093-9.OpenAccess.pdf

 

 

Teaching

  • Structural Dynamics
  • Finite Element Methods