M.Sc. Gerrit Neu
Ruhr University Bochum
Institute for Structural Mechanics
IC / 6 / 165
Universitätsstraße 150
44801 Bochum

Email: gerrit.neu@rub.de
Tel: 0234 / 32-29069

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Research



Curriculum Vitae


Since 2016 Research associate at the Institut for Structural Mechanics, Ruhr University Bochum
2013 - 2016 Master degree in civil engineering (KIB Design and Construction) at Ruhr University Bochum ("Untersuchung verschiedener Modellierungen für das Tragverhalten segmentierter Tunnelschalen")
2012 - 2016 Student assistant at the Institut for Structural Mechanics, Ruhr University Bochum
2010 - 2013 Bachelor degree in civil engineering at Ruhr University Bochum („Biegebemessung stahlfaserverstärkter Stahlbetonplattenbalken“)


Lectures


  • Angewandte Finite-Elemente-Methoden
  • Baustatik 1


Publications


Scientific Publications in Refereed Journals

[ 1 ] V. Gudzulic, G. Neu, G. Gebuhr, S. Anders, and G. Meschke
Numerisches Mehrebenen-Modell für Stahlfaserbeton: Von der Faser- zur Strukturebene
Beton und Stahlbetonbau, 115:146--157, 2020
DOI ]
[ 2 ] V. Gudzulic, G. E. Neu, and G. Meschke
Numerical analysis of plain and fiber reinforced concrete structures during cyclic loading: Influence of frictional sliding and crack roughness
Proceedings in Applied Mathematics and Mechanics, 2020
submitted
[ 3 ] G. Meschke, G. Neu, and A. Marwan
Robust segmental lining design - potentials of advanced numerical simulations for the design of tbm driven tunnels
Geomechanics and Tunneling, 12(10):484--490, 2019
DOI ]

Scientific Publications in Conference Proceedings

[ 4 ] G. E. Neu, A. Marwan, A. Alsahly, and G. Meschke
Beanspruchung segmentierter Tunnelschalen infolge maschineller Vortriebe entlang gekrümmter Trassen
In M. Bischoff, M. von Scheven, and B. Oesterle, editors, Baustatik-Baupraxis 14, pages 823--830. Universität Stuttgart, 2020
DOI ]
[ 5 ] G. Neu, V. Gudzulic, and G. Meschke
Numerical multi-level model for fibre reinforced concrete: Validation and comparison with fib-model code
In RILEM-fib X International Symposium on Fibre Reinforced Concrete (BEFIB2020), Valencia, Spain, 2020. Rilem
[ 6 ] G.E. Neu, V.E. Gall, and G. Meschke
Robust segmental lining design combining steel fiber reinforced concrete and traditional reinforcement
In D. Peila, G. Viggiani, and T. Celestino, editors, Tunnels and Underground Cities. Engineering and Innovation Meet Archaeology, Architecture and Art, Proceedings of the WTC 2019 ITA-AITES World Tunnel Congress (WTC 2019), pages 2794 -- 2803, Naples, 2019. Taylor & Francis
[ 7 ] G. E. Neu, V. E. Gall, S. Freitag, and G. Meschke
Robust design of hybrid steel fiber reinforced concrete tunnel lining segments
In G. Meschke, B. Pichler, and J. G. Rots, editors, Computational Modelling of Concrete Structures (EURO-C 2018), pages 715--724. Taylor & Francis, 2018
[ 8 ] G. Neu, V. Gall, and G. Meschke
Investigation of construction and installation tolerances for robust SFRC segmental lining design
In Proceedings of the ITA-AITES World Tunneling Congress WTC 2018, 2018
[ 9 ] V. E. Gall, S. Butt, G. Neu, and G. Meschke
An embedded rebar model for computational analysis of reinforced concrete structures with applications to longitudinal joints in precast tunnel lining segments
In G. Meschke, B. Pichler, and J. G. Rots, editors, Computational Modelling of Concrete Structures (EURO-C 2018), pages 705--714. CRC press, 2018
[ 10 ] M. Smarslik, G. Neu, P. Mark, and G. Meschke
Robust reinforcement layout for segmental tunnel lining under partial area loading using hybrid topology optimization
In G. Hofstetter, K. Bergmeister, J. Eberhardsteiner, G. Meschke, and H.F. Schweiger, editors, Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Computational Methods in Tunneling and Subsurface Engineering (EURO:TUN 2017), pages 321--328. Innsbruck (Austria), April 2017
[ 11 ] G. Meschke, A. Alsahly, V.E. Gall, G. Neu, and Y. Zhan
Numerische Mehrebenensimulation segmentierter Tunnelschalen aus Faserbeton
In G. Meschke, S. Freitag, C. Birk, J.M. Menkenhagen, and T. Ricken, editors, Baustatik-Baupraxis 13, pages 391--400. Ruhr-Universität Bochum, 2017