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Title Micro to macro mathematical modelling in soil mechanics / Pasquale Giovine, Paolo Maria Mariano, Giuseppe Mortara, editors.
Imprint Cham : Birkhauser, 2018.

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Subject Soil mechanics -- Mathematical models -- Congresses.
Alt Name Giovine, Pasquale, 1959-
Mariano, Paolo Maria, 1966-
Mortara, Giuseppe.
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Contents Stiffness of destructured weak carbonate rock.- A nonlinear hyperelastic anisotropic model for soils.- Mapping grain strains in sand under load using neutron diffraction scanning.- Dual porosity-single permeability poromechanics response of an inclined wellbore with no-flow outer bound-ary.- Numerical scattering experiments on assemblies of fine-grained particles.- Granular jamming as controllable stiffness mechanism for medical devices.- Adhesion failures in granular mixtures.- Evolution of granular contact gain, loss and movement under shear studied using synchrotron X-ray micro-tomography.- Microstructural changes underlying the macro-response of a stiff clay.- Micromechanical insights of strain rate effect on crushable granular materials.- Compressibility and swelling of an overconsolidated highly plastic Paleogene clay.- DEM analysis of jacked open-ended pile.- A microscale-inspired chemo-mechanical model for articially and naturally bonded soils.- Geochemical control of laponite dispersions for pore fluid engineering of granular soils.- Adsorption and diusion of pollutants in unsaturated soils.- Modelling water flow and ion transport in clay soils: the case of KCl wells in the head of an earthflow.- Micromechanics of granular media characterised using X-ray tomography and 3DXRD.- Aging effects on liquefaction resistance and shear wave velocity in reconstituted sand.- Coupled fluid-particle modeling of submerged granular collapse.- The paradox of the aspect ratio and its effect on bulk stress of a granular assembly.- The coefficient of lateral earth pressure K0 subjected to freezing and thawing for granular soils.- Photoelastic observation of loading and crushing of a single grain.- Effect of rubber inclusion on the friction angle at critical state for different host sands.- Does G0 of granular materials carry information on their particle characteristics?.- Heterogeneity and variability of clay rock microstructure in a hydro-mechanical double scale FEMFEM analysis.- Strains inside shear bands observed in tests on model retaining wall in active state.- Storage and loss moduli in an ideal aggregate of elastic disks, water saturated.- Particle shape distribution eects on the triaxial response of sands: a DEM study.- A conceptual framework for particle crushing: from the strength of the particle to the evolution of the granular distribution.- The effects of strain localization on the determination of Critical State seen with experimental and numerical models.- An experimental study on the tangential contact behavior of soil interfaces.- Experiments show a second length scale in weakly cohered granular materials.- Influence of elasto-plastic, cohesive contacts on the bulk stiffness of dense polydisperse packings.- A study of greeneld tunnelling in sands using FEM, DEM, and centrifuge modelling.- Discrete element modeling of crushable tube-shaped particles.- Theoretical modelling of the state-dependent behaviour of granular soils based on fractional derivatives.- Modelling wave propagation in dry granular materials.- An investigation of the fracture surface from 3D fragment reassembly.- Effects of dilation and contraction on immersed granular column collapse.- Effects of particle 3D shape on packing density, critical state, static instability and liquefaction of sands using a proposed relative state parameter.- Particle migration and clogging in radial flow -- a microfluidics study.
ISBN 9783319994741 electronic book
3319994743 electronic book
OCLC # 1091235921
Additional Format Original 3319994735 9783319994734 (OCoLC)1045472805.