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Advances in Multi-Physics and Multi-Scale Couplings in Geo-Environmental Mechanics reunites some of the most recent work from the French research group MeGe GDR (National Research Group on Multiscale and Multiphysics Couplings in Geo-Environmental Mechanics) on the theme of multi-scale and multi-physics modeling of geomaterials, with a special focus on micromechanical aspects.
Its offers readers a glimpse into the current state of scientific knowledge in the field, together with the most up-to-date tools and methods of analysis available.
Each chapter represents a study with a different
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Advances in Multi-Physics and Multi-Scale Couplings in Geo-Environmental Mechanics reunites some of the most recent work from the French research group MeGe GDR (National Research Group on Multiscale and Multiphysics Couplings in Geo-Environmental Mechanics) on the theme of multi-scale and multi-physics modeling of geomaterials, with a special focus on micromechanical aspects.

Its offers readers a glimpse into the current state of scientific knowledge in the field, together with the most up-to-date tools and methods of analysis available.

Each chapter represents a study with a different viewpoint, alternating between phenomenological/micro-mechanically enriched and purely micromechanical approaches. Throughout the book, contributing authors will highlight advances in geomaterials modeling, while also pointing out practical implications for engineers.

Topics discussed include multi-scale modeling of cohesive-less geomaterials, including multi-physical processes, but also the effects of particle breakage, large deformations on the response of the material at the specimen scale and concrete materials, together with clays as cohesive geomaterials.

The book concludes by looking at some engineering problems involving larger scales.

  • Identifies contributions in the field of geomechanics
  • Focuses on multi-scale linkages at small scales
  • Presents numerical simulations by discrete elements and tools of homogenization or change of scale

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  • Verlag: Elsevier Science & Techn.
  • Seitenzahl: 386
  • Erscheinungstermin: 20. November 2017
  • Englisch
  • ISBN-13: 9780081025963
  • Artikelnr.: 50215158
Inhaltsangabe
1. Multi
Scale and Multi
Physics Modeling of the Contact Interface Using DEM and Coupled DEM
FEM Approach 2. Adsorption
induced Instantaneous Deformation in Double Porosity Media: Modeling and Experimental Validations 3. Granular Materials: Mesoscale Structures and Modeling 4. Behavior of Granular Materials Affected by Grain Breakage 5. Multi
scale Modeling of the Mechanical Behaviour of Clays 6. Modeling of Complex Microcracking in Quasi
Brittle Materials: Numerical Methods and Experimental Validations 7. Multi
Scale Methods for the Analysis of Creep
Damage Coupling in Concrete 8. Effect of Variability of Porous Media Properties on Drying Kinetics: Application to Cement
based Materials 9. State of the Art on the Likelihood of Internal Erosion of Dams and Levees by Means of Testing 10. Mechanical Stability of River Banks Submitted to Fluctuations of the Water Level