Dr Daniel Dias da Costa

Senior Lecturer
School of Civil Engineering

J05 - J05 Civil Engineering Building
The University of Sydney

Telephone +61 2 9351 3362
Fax +61 2 9351 3343

Website School of Civil Engineering

Selected grants

2014

  • Stiffness degradation of concrete members induced by reinforcement corrosion; Ranzi G, Castel A, Gilbert R, Dias da Costa D; Australian Research Council (ARC)/Discovery Projects (DP).

Selected publications

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Journals

  • Graca-e-Costa, R., Alfaiate, J., Dias da Costa, D., Neto, P., Sluys, L. (2013). Generalisation of non-iterative methods for the modelling of structures under non-proportional loading. International Journal of Fracture, 182(1), 21-38. [More Information]
  • Godinho, L., Dias da Costa, D. (2013). The MLPG(5) for the Analysis of Transient Heat Transfer in the Frequency Domain. Computer Modeling in Engineering and Sciences, 96(5), 293-316.

Conferences

  • Rahman, M., Ranzi, G., Gilbert, R., Castel, A., Dias da Costa, D. (2013). Behaviour of Simply-Supported Reinforced Concrete Slabs: An Experimental Study at Service Conditions. Concrete 2013: 26th Biennial National Conference of the Concrete Institute of Australia, North Sydney, NSW, Australia: Concrete Institute of Australia.

2013

  • Rahman, M., Ranzi, G., Gilbert, R., Castel, A., Dias da Costa, D. (2013). Behaviour of Simply-Supported Reinforced Concrete Slabs: An Experimental Study at Service Conditions. Concrete 2013: 26th Biennial National Conference of the Concrete Institute of Australia, North Sydney, NSW, Australia: Concrete Institute of Australia.
  • Graca-e-Costa, R., Alfaiate, J., Dias da Costa, D., Neto, P., Sluys, L. (2013). Generalisation of non-iterative methods for the modelling of structures under non-proportional loading. International Journal of Fracture, 182(1), 21-38. [More Information]
  • Godinho, L., Dias da Costa, D. (2013). The MLPG(5) for the Analysis of Transient Heat Transfer in the Frequency Domain. Computer Modeling in Engineering and Sciences, 96(5), 293-316.

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