Bifurcations, instabilities and degradations in geomaterials

Published on Jan 1, 2011
· DOI :10.1007/978-3-642-18284-6
Richard Wan1
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Mustafa Alsaleh1
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Joseph F. Labuz32
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Abstract
Failure in granular materials: macro and micro views.- Instability in Loose Sand: Experimental Results and Numerical Simulations with a Microstructural Model.-Failure in granular materials in relation to material instability, fabric and plastic flow issues.-Loss of controllability in partially saturated soils.- Critical plane approach to analysis of failure criteria for anisotropic geomaterials.-A simple method to consider density and bonding effects in modeling of geomaterials.-Cyclic mobility of sand and its simulation in boundary value problems.-An updated hypoplastic constitutive model, its implementation and application.- A Chemo-Thermo-Mechanically Coupled Analysis of Ground Deformation Induced by Methane Hydrate Dissociation.-Model for Pore-Fluid Induced Degradation of Soft Rocks.-Natural Processes and Strength Degradation.-Local behavior of pore water pressure during plane-strain compression of soft rock.- FE investigations of dynamic shear localization in granular bodies within non-local hypoplasticity using ALE formulation.-Concurrent multiscale computational modeling for dense dry granular materials interfacing deformable solid bodies.-Performance of SPH method for deformation analyses of geomaterials.-CIP-based Numerical Simulation of Snow Avalanche.- A Mesh Free Method to Simulate Earthmoving Operations In Fine-Grain Cohesive Soils.-Analysis of deformation and damage processes in soil-tool interaction problems.-Modeling Excavator-Soil Interactions.
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