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DOI 10.1007/978-3-030-61909-1_3
Licence creative commons licence
Title (Primary) Numerical platform
Title (Secondary) GeomInt–Mechanical integrity of host rocks
Author Yoshioka, K.; Nest, M.; Pötschke, D.; Sattari, A.S.; Schmidt, P.; Krach, D.
Publisher Kolditz, O.; Görke, U.-J.; Konietzky, H.; Maßmann, J.; Nest, M.; Steeb, H.; Wuttke, F.; Nagel, T.
Source Titel Terrestrial Environmental Sciences
Year 2021
Department ENVINF
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Page To 95
Language englisch
Topic T8 Georesources

An essential scientific goal of the GeomInt project is the analysis of potentials and limitations of different numerical approaches for the modelling of discontinuities in the rocks under consideration in order to improve the understanding of methods and their synergies with regard to theoretical and numerical fundamentals. As numerical methods, the “Lattice Element Method” (LEM), the non-continuous discontinuum methods “Discrete Element Method” (DEM), the “Smoothed Particle Hydrodynamics” (SPH), the “Forces on Fracture Surfaces” (FFS) as well as the continuum approaches “Phase-Field Method” (PFM), “Lower-Interface-Method” (LIE), “Non-Local Deformation” (NLD) and the “Hybrid-Dimensional Finite-Element-Method” (HDF) will be systematically investigated and appropriately extended based on experimental results (Fig. 3.1).

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Yoshioka, K., Nest, M., Pötschke, D., Sattari, A.S., Schmidt, P., Krach, D. (2021):
Numerical platform
In: Kolditz, O., Görke, U.-J., Konietzky, H., Maßmann, J., Nest, M., Steeb, H., Wuttke, F., Nagel, T. (eds.)
GeomInt–Mechanical integrity of host rocks
Terrestrial Environmental Sciences
Springer Nature, Cham, p. 63 - 95 10.1007/978-3-030-61909-1_3