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Johannes Huber
Johannes Huber

Johannes Huber

Researcher
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
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
Conference paper

Finite Element Modelling Of Alternative Load Paths after a Wall Removal in a Platform CLT Building (2021)

Huber. J, Ekevad. M, Berg. S, Girhammar. U
Part of: WCTE 2021 World Conference on Timber Engineering, Santiago, Chile, 9 - 12 August, 2021