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IUTAM Symposium on Theoretical and Numerical Methods in Continuum Mechanics of Porous Materials : Proceedings of the IUTAM Symposium held at the University of Stuttgart, Germany, September 5-10, 1999 - Wolfgang Ehlers

IUTAM Symposium on Theoretical and Numerical Methods in Continuum Mechanics of Porous Materials

Proceedings of the IUTAM Symposium held at the University of Stuttgart, Germany, September 5-10, 1999

By: Wolfgang Ehlers (Editor)

Hardcover Published: 31st January 2001
ISBN: 9780792367666
Number Of Pages: 424

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During the last decades, continuum mechanics of porous materials has achieved great attention, since it allows for the consideration of the volumetrically coupled behaviour of the solid matrix deformation and the pore-fluid flow. Naturally, applications of porous media models range from civil and environmental engineering, where, e. g. , geote- nical problems like the consolidation problem are of great interest, via mechanical engineering, where, e. g. , the description of sinter materials or polymeric and metallic foams is a typical problem, to chemical and biomechanical engineering, where, e. g. , the complex structure of l- ing tissues is studied. Although these applications are principally very different, they basically fall into the category of multiphase materials, which can be described, on the macroscale, within the framework of the well-founded Theory of Porous Media (TPM). With the increasing power of computer hardware together with the rapidly decreasing computational costs, numerical solutions of complex coupled problems became possible and have been seriously investigated. However, since the quality of the numerical solutions strongly depends on the quality of the underlying physical model together with the experimental and mathematical possibilities to successfully determine realistic material parameters, a successful treatment of porous materials requires a joint consideration of continuum mechanics, experimental mechanics and numerical methods. In addition, micromechanical - vestigations and homogenization techniques are very helpful to increase the phenomenological understanding of such media.

Preface
Sponsors
List of Participants
Introduction to the Porous Media Theory
2-D Localization Analysis of Saturated Porous Media
Evolution of the Volume Fractions in Compressible Porous Media
Constitutive Relations for Thermo-Elastic Porous Solid within the Framework of Finite Deformations
A Generalized Cam-Clay Model
Theoretical and Experimental Investigation into Mechanical Properties of High Density Foam Plastics
A Unified Sensitivity Analysis Approach for Parameter Identification of Material Models in Fluid-Saturated Porous Media
Numerical Solution of Soil Freezing Problem by a New Finite Element Scheme
Space-Time Finite Elements and Adaptive Strategy for the Coupled Poroelasticity Problem
Packed-to-Fluidized Bed Transition and Origin of Particle-Free Regions
h-Adaptive Strategies Applied to Multi-Phase Models
A Viscoelastic Two-Phase Model for Cartilage Tissues
A Poroelastic Material with a Scale Independent Pressure-Volume Relation
Numerical Modelling of Cartilage as a Deformable Porous Medium
Numerical Description of Elastic-Plastic Behavior of Saturated Porous Media
Effective Physical Properties of Sandstones
Perspective of Computational Micro-Macro-Transition for the Postcritical Analysis of Localized Failure
Micromechanics of Unsaturated Porous Media
Influence of Porosity on the Response of Fibrous Composites
Non Linear Thermomechanical Couplings in Unsaturated Clay Barriers
Porothermoelasticity in Transversely Isotropic Porous Materials
Constitutive Description of Fluid-Porous Solid Immiscible Mixtures. Derivation of the Effective Stress-Strain Relation
Two-Phase Flow Modelling of Flood Defense Structures
A Sand Erosion Problem in Axial Flow Conditions of the Example of Contact Erosion due to Horizontal Groundwater Flow
Rayleigh Waves in Porous Media Saturated with Liquid
Geometry Effects on Sound in Porous Media
Mechanics of Liquefaction in Saturated Granular Soils
Fluid Mechanics in Minkowski Space. Modelling of Fluid Motion in Porous Materials with Anisotropic Pore Space Structure
Modelling of Soils by Use of the Theory of Porous Media
Integration and Calibration of a Plasticity Model for Granular Materials
Mechanical Properties of Modified Wood
Water Transport in Phase-Changing Snowpacks
Modelling of Localisation at Finite Inelastic Strains in Fluid Saturated Porous Media
Influence of Density and Pressure on Spontaneous Shear Band Formations in Granular Materials
Localization Analysis of a Saturated Elastic Plastic Porous Medium Based on Regularized Discontinuity
Shear Band Localization in Frictional Geomaterials: Basic Modelling and Adaptive Computations
Analysis of Instability Conditions for Normally Consolidated Soils
Structure and Elastic Properties of Reinforced Cellular Plastics
Effective Stress and Capillary Pressure in Unsaturated Porous Media
Porous Medium Mechanics and the Skin Barrier
Discrete Element Modelling of Compaction of Cylindrical Powder Particles
Modeling of In-Situ Solution Mining Processes
Coupling of Damage and Fluid-Solid Interactions in Quasi-Brittle Unsaturated Porous Materials
An Influence of Initial Porosity on Damage Process in Semi-Brittle Polycrystalline Ceramics under Compression
The Physical Role of Crack Rate Dependence in the Long-Term Behaviour of Cementitious Materials
Macroscopic Swelling of Clays Derived from Homogenization
Extending Griffiths Theory to Cohesive Types of Dried Materials
Reflection and Transmission of Waves at a Fluid/Porous-Medium Boundary
Poroelasto-Electric Longitudinal Waves in Porous Wet Long Bones - a Transmission Line Model
Scattering of SH-Waves by a Porous Slab - Approximate Solution
A Three-Dimensional Nonlinear Model for Soil Consolidation
Drying Induced Stresses in Viscoelastic Sphere
Settlements of Sand due to Cyclic Twisting of a Tube
Studies of Rayleigh Scattering of Longitudinal Waves in Saturated Porous Materials
A Thermomechanical Model for Partially Saturated Expansive Clay
Constitutive Modeling of Charged Porous Media
Damage of Porous Materials during Drying
Author Index
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ISBN: 9780792367666
ISBN-10: 0792367669
Series: Solid Mechanics and Its Applications
Audience: Professional
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 424
Published: 31st January 2001
Publisher: SPRINGER VERLAG GMBH
Country of Publication: NL
Dimensions (cm): 23.39 x 15.6  x 2.54
Weight (kg): 0.81