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Johannes Huber
Johannes Huber

Johannes Huber

Associate Senior Lecturer
Luleå University of Technology
Wood Science and Engineering
Wood Science and Engineering
Department of Engineering Sciences and Mathematics
johannes.huber@ltu.se
+46 (0)910 585337
A185b Skellefteå

Research

My research concerns the numerical modelling of wood and timber components. One part concerns algorithms to create high-fidelity models based on X-ray computed tomography (CT) scans of timber, and the other part concerns models to understand disproportionate collapse and the development of alternative load paths in multi-storey timber buildings.

Keywords: finite element method, computed tomography, image analysis, feature reconstruction, fibre orientation, structural robustness, disproportionate collapse, progressvie collapse, timber, cross-laminated timber, wood

Numerical models of CT-scanned timber
Derivation of numerical models of CT-scanned timber

Publications

Article in journal

A method for generating finite element models of wood boards from X-ray computed tomography scans (2022)

Huber. J, Broman. O, Ekevad. M, Oja. J, Hansson. L
Computers & structures, Vol. 260
Conference paper

Nondestructive Testing of Timber Prior to Sawing Using Finite Element Models Based on X-ray Computed Tomography Data - A Preliminary Study (2022)

Huber. J, Broman. O, Oja. J, Hansson. L, Ekevad. M
Part of: Proceedings: 22nd International Nondestructive Testing and Evaluation of Wood Symposium, s. 200-200, United States Department of Agriculture, 2022
Article in journal

Prevention of Disproportionate Collapse for Multistory Mass Timber Buildings: Review of Current Practices and Recent Research (2022)

Mpidi Bita. H, Huber. J, Palma. P, Tannert. T
Journal of Structural Engineering, Vol. 148, nr. 7
Article in journal

Procedural texturing of solid wood with knots (2022)

Larsson. M, Ijiri. T, Yoshida. H, Huber. J, Fredriksson. M, Broman. O, et al.
ACM Transactions on Graphics, Vol. 41, nr. 4
Conference paper

3D Quasi-Continuum and Finite Element Models Based on CT Scans of TimberBoards to Predict Stiffness and Strength (2021)

Huber. J, Oja. J, Ekevad. M, Broman. O
Part of: 1st International Conference on Computations for Science and Engineering, 2021
Conference paper

A Survey on Contemporary Practices for Achieving Structural Robustness in Mass Timber Buildings (2021)

Mpidi Bita. H, Huber. J, Voulpiotis. K, Tannert. T
Part of: WCTE 2021 World Conference on Timber Engineering, Santiago, Chile, 9 - 12 August, 2021
Article in journal

Finite element analysis of alternative load paths to prevent disproportionate collapse in platform-type CLT floor systems (2021)

Huber. J, Mpidi Bita. H, Tannert. T, Berg. S
Engineering structures, Vol. 240