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Assoc. Professor Pavel Kuklík, Ph.D.

Assoc. Professor Pavel Kuklík, Ph.D. works in the field of constitutive relations of materials, foundation on piles, interaction structure-fundaments, measurements in site, theory and application of the FEM, theory and application of non-linear problems. At the present time he is focused on the constitutive modeling in the area of concrete and soil randomly distributed reinforcement (modeling and testing).

Education:

  • CSc. (Ph.D.) CTU in Prague, Faculty of Civil Engineering, 1984.
    Thesis title: Solving of the Layered Subsoil.
  • Ing. CTU in Prague, Faculty of Civil Engineering, Department of Geotechnics, 1975.
    Thesis title: Stiffness Matrix of the Slab foundation.
  • Individual course focused on the theory of structures, CTU in Prague, Faculty of Civil Engineering, (1973-1975)

Professional qualification:

  • Teaching assistant, CTU in Prague, Faculty of Civil. Eng., Dept. of Struc. Mech.
    (1975-78)
  • Assistant professor, CTU in Prague, Faculty of Civil. Eng., Dept. of Struc. Mech.
    (1978-95)
  • Associated professor, CTU in Prague, Faculty of Civil. Eng., Dept. of Struc. Mech. (1995- )
  • Assistant professor, CTU in Prague, Faculty of Architecture, Institute of Exact Theories (1992-95)
  • Visiting professor, University of Brasília Campus, Brasília, Brazil (2001)

Fields of research interest:

  • Constitutive relations of soils
  • Foundation on piles, interaction structure-fundament
  • Stress measurements in situ
  • Theory and application of the FEM
  • Theory and application of non-linear problems

Activity:

  • Member of IACMAG
  • Member of Society for Experimental Mechanics
  • Member WTA International

Selected publications:

  • Kuklík P., Šejnoha M. and Mareš J.: Dimensional Reduction applied to Specific Problems of Consolidation, Proceedings NUMGE 4th, Udine, 337-346.
  • Kuklík P., Šejnoha M. and Mareš J.: Dimensional Reduction applied to Specific Problems of Consolidation, Proceedings NUMGE 4th, Udine, 337-346.
  • Kuklík P., Šejnoha M. and Mareš J.: The Structural Strength of Soil from the Isotropic Consolidation Point of View. APCOM 99, Singapore, pp.797-802.
  • Kuklík P., Šejnoha M. and Mareš J. (1999) Evaluation of the Modified Cam Clay model with Reference to Isotropic Consolidation. CTU Reports 4, Vol. 3, CTU Publishing House, 47-54.
  • Kuklík P., Kuklíková J., Mareš J. and Šejnoha M. (1998) Verification of CAM clay model in description of consolidation. SSCC98, 1998, Durban, South Africa, s, 281-285.
  • Šejnoha J., Kalousková M. and Kuklík P. (1997) Fuzzy - Probabilistic Material Modeling in Unsaturated Soils. Workshop 97, CTU in Prague, s. 1361-1362.
  • Hošek J., Litoš J., Kuklík P. and Krejčiřík A. (2000) Autogenously Shrinkage of Cement Binder During Early Stages of Concrete Hardening. Stavební obzor 3/2000, Prague, pp. 91-99.
  • Kuklík, P. and Šejnoha, M.(2001) Kontinuální výpočtové modely pro zemní tělesa.
    In: Stavební obzor. 2001, roč. 10, č. 8, s. 233-237.
  • Kuklík, P.(2002) Vliv smykové kotliny na interakci deskového základu s podložím
    In: Zborník prednášok, 9.sekcia: Stavebná mechanika. Košice: Technická universita v Košiciach, Stavebná fakulta, 2002, s. 162-165.
  • Cunha, R. - Kuklík, P.(2002) Experimental and Numerical Analyses of Bored Pile Foundations in a Tropical Soil In: Inženýrská mechanika. 2002, vol. 9, no. 1/2, pp. 91-98.
  • Kuklík, P. - Šejnoha, M. - Kos, J. - Janda, T. - Cunha, R.P. (2003) Applications of environmentally save waste materials as soil structure reinforcement
    In: Geotechnical Problem with Man-Made and Man Influenced Grounds. Praha: Česká geotechnická společnost Českého svazu stavebních inženýrů, 2003, p. 771-776. ISBN 80-86769-04-6.
  • Kuklík, P. - Šejnoha, M. - Kuklíková, J. – Masopust, J (2003) SEVERAL REMARKS ON FIBER REINFORCED SOILS In: Embracing the Challenges in the 21st Century. Bandung: Institut Teknologi Bandung, 2003, p. 48-53.

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