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Constitutive modeling of geomaterials : advances and new applications

Author: Qiang Yang; et al
Publisher: Berlin ; New York : Springer, ©2013.
Series: Springer series in geomechanics and geoengineering.
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The Second International Symposium on Constitutive Modeling of Geomaterials: Advances and New Applications (IS-Model 2012), is to be held in Beijing, China, during October 15-16, 2012. The symposium is organized by Tsinghua University, the International Association for Computer Methods and Advances in Geomechanics (IACMAG), the Committee of Numerical and Physical Modeling of Rock Mass, Chinese Society for Rock  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Qiang Yang; et al
ISBN: 9783642328145 3642328148 364232813X 9783642328138
OCLC Number: 809055929
Notes: Includes author index.
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Contents: Shear Strength Criteria for Rock, Rock Joints, Rockfill, Interfaces and Rock Masses / Nick Barton --
Revisiting the Paradigm of Critical State Soil Mechanics: Fabric Effects / Yannis F. Dafalias and Xiang-song Li --
Disturbed State Concept (DSC) for Constitutive Modeling of Geologic Materials and Beyond / Chandrakant S. Desai --
Three-Dimensional Failure in Geomaterials: Experimentation and Modeling / Poul V. Lade --
FEM Implementation of Micropolar Hypoplastic Model / J. Lin and W. Wu --
Failure Mechanism and Control of Geotechnical Structures / Q. Yang, K. D. Leng, Q. Chang and Y. R. Liu --
Back Analysis of Treporti Test Embankment with a Time Dependent Small Strain Stiffness Constitutive Model / Thomas Benz, Valentina Berengo, Paolo Simonini and Martino Leoni --
Rate Dependent Elastoviscoplastic Model / Chandrakant S. Desai and Shantanu M. Sane --
Some Strengths and Weaknesses of Overstress Based Elastic Viscoplastic Models / T. M. Bodas Freitas, D. M. Potts and L. Zdravkovic --
Comparison of Anisotropic Rate-Dependent Models at Element Level / Minna Karstunen, Mohammad Rezania and Nallathamby Sivasithamparam --
A Comparison of Four Elastic Visco-Plastic Models for Soft Clay / David Nash and Matthew Brown --
A Rate-Dependent Viscous Model for Sand / Fang-Le Peng, P. Chattonjai, Zhen Hua and Ke Tan --
A Review on Creep of Frozen Soils / Jilin Qi, Songhe Wang and Fan Yu --
Influence of Recycled Asphalt Pavement on Creep Compliance of Hot Mix Asphalt / Pranshoo Solanki, David Adje, Musharraf Zaman and Zahid Hossain --
Simplified Modelling of Isotache Concept for Consolidation / Yoichi Watabe and Serge Leroueil --
Nonlinear Creep Behavior of Normally Consolidated Soft Clay / Ze-Xiang Wu, Yin-Fu Jin and Zhen-Yu Yin --
Review of Elastic Visco-Plastic Modeling of the Time-Dependent Stress-Strain Behavior of Soils and Its Extensions and Applications / Jian-Hua Yin --
Examination on Time-Dependent Soil Models in One-Dimensional Consolidation / Yixing Yuan and Andrew J. Whittle --
Criterion for Flow Liquefaction Instability / José E. Andrade, Alfonso M. Ramos and Arcesio Lizcano --
Influence of Grain Breakage on Critical State / Wei Hu, Zhen-Yu Yin, Christophe Dano and Pierre-Yves Hicher --
Compressible Fluid - An Alternative Concept within CSSM / Tomislav Ivšić and Astrid Gojmerac Ivšić --
Investigation of Critical States and Failure in True Triaxial Tests of Clays / Victor N. Kaliakin and Andres Nieto Leal --
Micromechanics of the Critical State of Granular Materials / N. P. Kruyt --
A Critical State Sand Model with Elastic-Plastic Coupling / Ali Lashkari and Ali Golchin --
Influence of Grain Size Distribution on Critical State of Granular Materials / Gang Li, Carlos Ovalle, Christophe Dano and Pierre-Yves Hicher --
On Simulation of Strain Localization Using Microplasicity Constitutive Models / Majid T. Manzari and Karma Yonten --
Simulation of Isotropic Cyclic Compression by an Elasto-viscoplasitc Constitutive Model Based on the Nonlinear Kinematic Hardening Rules / Fusao Oka and Sayuri Kimoto --
Rotational Hardening and Uniqueness of Critical State Line in Clay Plasticity / Mahdi Taiebat and Yannis F. Dafalias --
A Modified Bounding Surface Hypoplasticity Model for Sands / Gang Wang and Yongning Xie --
Soils in Space / David Muir Wood --
Unique Quantification of Critical State in Granular Media Considering Fabric Anisotropy / Jidong Zhao, Ning Guo and Xiang-song Li --
Peculiarities of Limiting States in Simulated Drained and Undrained Assemblies of Elliptical Particles / Leo Rothenburg and Roberto Olivera-Bonilla --
Microstructural Modeling of Granular Materials with Inner Forces / Pierre-Yves Hicher --
Time Effects Relate to Particle Crushing in Granular Materials / Poul V. Lade --
A Power Law for Elastic Moduli of Unsaturated Soil / Ning Lu --
Application and Meaning of the tij Concept / Teruo Nakai --
A Simplified Model for Clayey Rocks Having a Plastic Porous Matrix / Wanqing Shen, Jianfu Shao and Djimédo Kondo --
Anisotropic Porochemoelectroelastic Solution for Inclined Wellbores with Applications to Operations in Unconventional Shale Plays / Minh H. Tran and Younane N. Abousleiman --
Modeling Ground-Shell Contact Forces in NATM Tunneling, Based on 3D Displacement Measurements / Shafi Ullah, Bernhard Pichler and Christian Hellmich --
Discrete Modeling of Fluid-Particle Interaction in Soils / Jidong Zhao and Tong Shan --
Realistic Simulation of Progressive Brittle Rock Failure Near Excavation Boundary / M. Cai --
Excavation Damaged Zone Modelling in Claystone with Coupled Second Gradient Model / Frédéric Collin and Benoît Pardoen --
On the Modeling of Transition from a Diffuse to a Localized Damage / Dashnor Hoxha, Amine Sbitti, Senjen Wu, Naima Belayachi and Duc-Phi Do --
A Micromechanical Model for Time Dependent Behavior Related to Subcritical Damage in Quasi Brittle Rocks / Yaoying Huang and J. F. Shao --
Study on Equivalent Rheological Damage Model for Jointed Mass / Yaoying Huang and Hong Zheng --
On the Solubilities of Anhydrite and Gypsum / Serafeimidis Konstantinos and Anagnostou Georg --
Binary Medium Model for Rock Sample / Enlong Liu and Jianhai Zhang --
Study of Rock Bending Failure Mechanism Based on a Proposed Damage Model / Hamed Molladavoodi and Ali Mortazavi --
To Which Extend the Failure Mode Originates from Microstructure? / François Nicot, Nejib Hadda, Franck Bourrier, Luc Sibille and Félix Darve --
Excavation Damage Zone at High Depths: Field Cases and Coupled Analysis / Jean Vaunat, Antonio Gens and Benoit Garitte --
A Mohr-Coulomb Failure Criterion for Rocks Subjected to Dynamic Loading / Kaiwen Xia --
An Elasto-plastic Model and Its Return Mapping Scheme for Anisotropic Rocks / Wei-ya Xu, Jiu-chang Zhang, Ru-bin Wang and Jin-jian Gu --
Micro-gas Hypothesis for Behaviors of Rocks under Loading / Zhong Qi Yue (Quentin) --
Micromechanical Poroplasiticty Damage Formulations for Saturated Microcracked Rocks / Qi-zhi Zhu, Ni Xie and Jian-fu Shao --
Achieving High Range Elastic Properties of Soil Mass for More Stable and Durable Geostructure / Gokul K. Bayan --
Effect of Air Entrapment on Unsaturated Flow in Porous Media / Pan Chen, Changfu Wei, Jili Wang, Houzhen Wei and Tiantian Ma --
On the Mechanical Behaviour of the Gibraltar Strait Breccias / Weixin Dong, E. Pimentel and G. Anagnostou --
Estimation of Tri-axial Behaviour of Pilani Soil Using the Results of Direct Shear Test as a Function of Pore Water Content / K. Kumar --
Discrete Element Investigation of the Asymptotic Behaviour of Granular Materials / D. Mašín --
Mechanical Behavior of Granular Particles with Different Angularities / M. M. Mollanouri.Sh and Ali Aaghar Mirghasemi --
Numerical Simulation of Direct Shear Test Using Elliptical Particles / Morteza Naeij and Ali Aaghar Mirghasemi --
Study of Anisotropies Evolution in Direct Shear Test Using Discrete Element Method / Morteza Naeij and Ali Aaghar Mirghasemi --
A Micromechanics-Based Modeling the Simple Shear Behaviors of Granular Materials / J. G. Qian, Z. P. You and Maosong Huang --
Evolution of Fabric in the Shearing Process Based on Micromechanics / Homayoun Shaverdi, Mohd. Raihan Taha and Farzin Kalantary --
Determination of Crystallinity of Alkali Activated Flyash by XRD and FTIR Studies / D. N. Singh, Bhagwanjee Jha and Kadali Srinivas --
Stress-Dependency of Intergranular Strain / A. B. Tsegaye, B. W. Ygzaw and Thomas Benz --
On Shear-Volume Coupling in Deformation of Soils / A. B. Tsegaye, S. Nordal and Thomas Benz --
Influence of Various Experimental Conditions on Shear Behavior of Compacted Sandy Soil under Unsaturated Condition / Yuan Zhang, Tatsuya Ishikawa, Tetsuya Tokoro and Satoru Shibuya --
Investigation on Strain Localization of Coal Using Micro-finite Difference Modelling / Yixin Zhao, Jingli Han, Yaodong Jiang, Zhongsheng Tian and You Yu --
An Elasto-plastic Model for Liquefiable Sands Subjected to Torsional Shear Loadings / Gabriele Chiaro, Junichi Koseki and L. I. Nalin De Silva --
A Micromechanics Based Model for Cemented Granular Materials / Arghya Das, Alessandro Tengattini, Giang Nguyen and Itai Einav --
Modelling the Thermo-plasticity of Unsaturated Soils / Bertrand François and Lyesse Laloui --
Modeling the Dilatancy of Overconsolidated Clay / Zhiwei Gao and Jidong Zhao --
Current Situation of Constitutive Model for Soils Based on Thermodynamics Approach / Xiao-xia Guo, Xiang Sun, Long-tan Shao and Bo-ya Zhao --
Constitutive Modeling of Cemented Sands Using Critical State Soil Mechanics and Generalized Plasticity Concepts / Amir Hamidi and Ehsan Ravanbakhsh --
Comparison between Feature of Modified Cam-Clay Model and UH Model / Wei Hou and Yangping Yao --
Experimental Investigation and Three Dimensional Constitutive Modeling of Principal Stress Rotation in Shanghai Soft Clay / Maosong Huang and Yanhua Liu --
From Internal Structure to Constitutive Modeling of Granular Assemblies / Xia Li --
Extension of Mohr-Coulomb Model into State Dependent Softening of Sand and Its Application in Large Deformation Analysis / Xu Li, Yuxia Hu and David White --
A Constitutive Model of Sand Considering the State-Dependent and the Effect of Direction of Principal Stress / Peng Liu, Maotian Luan and Zhongtao Wang --
An Elastoplastic Constitutive Model of Unsaturated Soils with Coupling of Capillary Hysteresis and Skeletal Deformation / Tian-tian Ma, Chang-fu Wei, Pan Chen and Hou-zhen Wei --
Explicit Incorporation of Asymptotic States into Hypoplasticity / D. Mašín --
Simple and Unified Modelong of Time-Dependent Behavior for Various Geomaterials / Teruo Nakai and Hossain Md. Shahin --
Uniqueness of Numerical Experimental Results and Contribution to Constitutive Model by DEM / Kiichi Suzuki --
Study on Accelerated Creep Properties and Creep Damage Constitutive Relation for Volcanic Breccias / Rubin Wang, Weiya Xu, Jiuchang Zhang and Wei Wang --
A Research on the Full State Function Constitutive Relation Model / Zhenhai Wei, Mengshu Wang and Dingli Zhang --
A Generalized Critical State Model for Gas Hydrate-Bearing Sediments / Rong-tao Yan, Chang-fu Wei, Hou-zhen Wei, Hui-hui Tian and Er-ling Wu --
A Review of Constitutive Modeling of Bonded Soil / W. M. Yan --
A Unified Description of Toyoura Sand / Feng Zhang, Bin Ye and Guanlin Ye --
A Structured UH Model / Enyang Zhu and Yangping Yao --
Incorporation of Soil Suction in Stress-Based Slope Stability Analysis / Yong Chen, D. Chan and Yunzhi Tan --
Static and Dynamic Analyses of High Core Rockfill Dams / Weixin Dong and Yuzhen Yu --
Implementation of Numerical Optimization Techniques in Constitutive Model Calibration / Louis Ge, Honghua Zhao and Bata Bate --
Modeling Damage by Crack Nucleation and Growth in Porous Media / Dashnor Hoxha, Javad Eslami, Dragan Grgic and Duc-Phi Do --
Large Deformation Analysis of Spudcan Penetration into Sand Overlying Normally Consolidated Clay / Pan Hui, Dong Wang, Mark Cassidy and Qing Yang --
Application of Data Mining Techniques for the Development of New Rock Mechanics Constitutive Models / T. Miranda, L. R. Sousa, W. Ruggenthen and R. L. Sousa --
Ground Response Curve (GRC) and Excavation Damage Zone Based on an Isotropic Damage Model / Hamed Molladavoodi --
Effect of Seismic Wave Form on the Behavior of River Embankment on the Soft Soil Deposit / Fusao Oka, P. S. Tsai and Sayuri Kimoto --
Integration Algorithms Based on Drucker-Prager Criterion and Application in Slope Stability Analysis / Yuanwei Pan, Yaoru Liu, Jingjuan Qian and Qiang Yang --
Investigation of Behavioral Aspects of Flexible Pavement under Various Conditions by Finite Element Method / M. S. Ranadive and A. B. Tapase --
Three Dimensional Implementation of HISS Model in ABAQUS / Mingqiang Wang and Jun Yang --
Stability Analysis of Shuiwenzhan Landslide under Water Level Fluctuation and Rainfall in Three Gorges Reservoir / Gang Zeng, Shimei Wang and Yong Chen --
Case Study: A Stress Update Algorithm for D-P Constitutive Model / Xiaohan Zhang --
Plastic Damage of the Surrounding Rock under the Influence of Confined Water Pressure and Mining Disturbance / Chunhu Zhao --
3D Large Deformation FE Analysis of Spudcan Foundations on Layered Clays Using CEL Approach / Jingbin Zheng, Muhammad S. Hossain and Dong Wang --
Erratum: Large Deformation Analysis of Spudcan Penetration into Sand Overlying Normally Consolidated Clay / Pan Hui, Dong Wang, Mark Cassidy and Qing Yang.
Series Title: Springer series in geomechanics and geoengineering.
Responsibility: Qiang Yang...[et al.] (eds.).
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The Second International Symposium on Constitutive Modeling of Geomaterials: Advances and New Applications (IS-Model 2012), is to be held in Beijing, China, during October 15-16, 2012. The symposium is organized by Tsinghua University, the International Association for Computer Methods and Advances in Geomechanics (IACMAG), the Committee of Numerical and Physical Modeling of Rock Mass, Chinese Society for Rock Mechanics and Engineering, and the Committee of Constitutive Relations and Strength Theory, China Institution of Soil Mechanics and Geotechnical Engineering, China Civil Engineering Society. This Symposium follows the first successful International Workshop on Constitutive Modeling held in Hong Kong, which was organized by Prof. JH Yin in 2007. Constitutive modeling of geomaterials has been an active research area for a long period of time. Different approaches have been used in the development of various constitutive models. A number of models have been implemented in the numerical analyses of geotechnical structures. The objective of the symposium is to provide a forum for researchers and engineers working or interested in the area of constitutive modeling to meet together and share new ideas, achievements and experiences through presentations and discussions. Emphasis is placed on recent advances of constitutive modeling and its applications in both theoretic and experimental aspects. Six famous scholars have been invited for the plenary speeches of the symposiums. Some prominent scholars have been invited to organize four specialized workshops on hot topics, including "Time-dependent stress-strain behavior of geomaterials", "Constitutive modeling within critical state soil mechanics", "Multiscale and multiphysics in geomaterials", and "Damage to failure in rock structures". A total of 49 papers are included in the above topics. In addition, 51 papers are grouped under three topics covering "Behaviour of geomaterials", "Constitutive model", and "Applications". The editors expect that the book can be helpful as a reference to all those in the field of constitutive modeling of geomaterials.

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