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Critical State Framework For Soil Behaviour

New Insight From Dem Simulations

Critical State Framework For Soil Behaviour - Huang, Xin - ISBN: 9781785480751
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Bindwijze: Boek, Gebonden
Genre: Architectuur
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The Critical State Framework for Soil Behaviour: New insight from DEM Simulations presents the latest on a topic that was originally proposed by Schofield and Wroth in the 1960s, and has subsequently proven to be a very good framework to describe sand behavior. This framework uses the critical state, the void ratio and stress level attained by a soil at large shear deformations, as a reference state.

The particulate discrete element method (DEM) allows the fundamental basis of the critical state to be examined in detail. Using DEM simulations, this book considers the sensitivity of the critical state to particle scale parameters (friction) and overall conditions (3D stress state), also linking between overall behavior and particle scale mechanics. The simulation data is then analyzed to better understand the fundamental mechanisms.

  • Contains critical analysis of the way in which DEM simulations should be run to obtain meaningful data for soil mechanics studies
  • Documents data obtained using more than one DEM code / software and parametric studies that give new insight into the factors that govern the position of the critical state line
  • Demonstrates the ability of DEM to capture the critical state and the dependency of the material response on the state parameter (as proposed by Jefferies and Been)


Titel: Critical State Framework For Soil Behaviour
auteur: Huang, Xin
Mediatype: Boek
Bindwijze: Gebonden
Taal: Engels
Aantal pagina's: 150
Uitgever: Iste Press Ltd - Elsevier Inc
NUR: Architectuur
Afmetingen: 229 x 152
ISBN/ISBN13: 9781785480751
Intern nummer: 34945731

Biografie (woord)

09-2003: College of Civil Engineering, Tongji University, Bachelor degree (First-class honours)
2008.9-2011.3: Department of Geotechnical Engineering, Tongji University, Master degree (First- class honours)(
2011.9-present: Joint PhD program between the University of Hong Kong and Imperial College, PhD candidate
" First-grade scholarship for excellence at Tongji University (2003-2004, 2004-2005, 2005, 2006, awarded to top 5 percent of about 450 students) (
" Excellent Student of Tongji University, 2009 (
" Excellent graduate student of Shanghai, China, 2011 (
Research Interest:
" Application of the discrete element method in geotechnical engineering(
" Advanced soil constitutive modelling(
" Tunnelling technology and safety control during construction in urban areas
" Discontinuous rock mechanics

Extra informatie

Considers the ability of the particulate discrete element method (DEM) to reproduce the critical state behavior of soil, providing best practices


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