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Multiscale and Multiphysics Processes in Geomechanics

Resultsof the Workshop on Multiscale and Multiphysics Processes in Geomechanics, Stanford, June 23–25, 2010

  • Ronaldo I. Borja

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
  2. Experiments and Constitutive Models

    1. Amy L. Rechenmacher, Sara Abedi, Igor Faoro
      Pages 1-4
    2. Hans Mühlhaus, Louise Olsen-Kettle, Jingyu Shi, Louis Moresi
      Pages 9-12
    3. Theodoros Triantafyllidis, Lars Röchter, Andrzej Niemunis
      Pages 13-16
    4. Sara Abedi, Amy Rechenmacher
      Pages 21-24
    5. Andrzej Niemunis, Felipe Prada
      Pages 29-32
    6. Antoinette Tordesillas
      Pages 33-36
  3. Multiscale Processes

  4. Multiphysics Processes

    1. L. Laloui, S. Fauriel
      Pages 77-80
    2. Antonio Gens, Leonardo do N. Guimarães, Marcelo Sánchez, Beatriz Valleján
      Pages 85-88
    3. Cristina Jommi, Fabio Cattaneo, Guido Musso, Claudio Tamagnini, Diana Salciarini
      Pages 89-92
    4. Iury Igreja, Marcio A. Murad, Sidarta Lima, Claude Boutin
      Pages 93-96
    5. X. B. Lu, X. H. Zhang, S. Y. Wang
      Pages 97-100
    6. Davoud Ebrahimi, Roland J. -M. Pellenq, Andrew J. Whittle
      Pages 105-108
    7. D. Nicolas Espinoza, J. Carlos Santamarina
      Pages 109-112
  5. Numerical Models and Algorithms

    1. René de Borst, Thomas J. R. Hughes, Michael A. Scott, Clemens V. Verhoosel
      Pages 113-116
    2. Xiaodan Ren, Jiun-Shyan Chen, Jie Li
      Pages 117-120
    3. Ronaldo I. Borja, Joshua A. White, Fushen Liu
      Pages 121-124
    4. Pedro Arduino, Peter Mackenzie-Helnwein, Gregory R. Miller
      Pages 133-136
    5. Craig D. Foster, Talisa Mohammad Nejad
      Pages 141-144
  6. Faults and Discontinuities

    1. Eric M. Dunham, Jeremy E. Kozdon, David Belanger, Lin Cong
      Pages 145-148
    2. Hiroyuki Noda, Nadia Lapusta, James R. Rice
      Pages 149-152
    3. Nicola De Paola, Takehiro Hirose, Thomas Mitchell, Giulio Di Toro, Cecilia Viti, Toshiko Shimamoto
      Pages 153-156
  7. Applications and Simulations

    1. A. M. Costa, E. Poiate Jr., C. S. Amaral, A. Pereira, L. F. Martha, M. Gattass et al.
      Pages 165-168
    2. Carter M. Mast, Peter Mackenzie-Helnwein, Pedro Arduino, Gregory R. Miller
      Pages 169-172
    3. Zhen Liu, Xiong (Bill) Yu
      Pages 177-180
    4. Gregor Idinger, Pelin Aklik, Xiaoyu Song, Wei Wu
      Pages 181-184
    5. Séverine Levasseur, Frédéric Collin, Robert Charlier, Djimédo Kondo
      Pages 185-188

About these proceedings

Introduction

Following the successful International Workshop on Modern Trends in Geomechanics held in Vienna in 2005, Stanford University hosted its sequel in 2010 under the theme Multiscale and Multiphysics Processes in Geomechanics. This book is a compilation of the extended abstracts from the Stanford workshop and highlights the diverse and complex processes encountered in geomechanics in terms of scale (from nanometer to kilometer) and scientific scope. Topics covered in this book include coupled physics phenomena such as thermo-poro-mechanical and electro-poro-mechanical processes, chemical species reactivity and transport, strain localization phenomena, unsaturated soils, fluid flow in porous solids, and dynamics of fault zones. The book also covers contributions dealing with the development of multiscale numerical techniques, as well as the laboratory and field investigation methods supporting these numerical techniques.

Keywords

Geoengineering Geomechanics Multiphysics Processes Multiscale Processes

Editors and affiliations

  • Ronaldo I. Borja
    • 1
  1. 1.Department of Civil and Environmental EngineeringStanford UniversityStanfordUSA

Bibliographic information

  • DOI https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-642-19630-0
  • Copyright Information Springer Berlin Heidelberg 2011
  • Publisher Name Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg
  • eBook Packages Engineering
  • Print ISBN 978-3-642-19629-4
  • Online ISBN 978-3-642-19630-0
  • Series Print ISSN 1866-8755
  • Series Online ISSN 1866-8763
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