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Developing a stochastic differential equation model for concrete fibers

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  1. amoodarya
    • one year ago
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    I am working on modeling concrete fibers (metallic fibers) as a mathematical model. My work is for my thesis. I am a PhD student of numerical analysis, but I am working on a real tunnel project. I have had issues with the distribution of fibers in the concrete. I am trying to find a way to develop a stochastic differential equation for the fibers. I have the following questions: Is there any mathematical model for concrete fiber? (not statistical model) Is there any technical information available for how concrete fibers behave?

  2. UsukiDoll
    • one year ago
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    I've only heard of stochastic differential equations, but have never done them... D: I'm currently a Math Major finishing her BA this year and (possibly) go for MA, but still unsure D:

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