Generalized Interpolation Material Point Method modelling of large deformation problems including strain-rate effects – Application to penetration and progressive failure problems

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title = "Generalized Interpolation Material Point Method modelling of large deformation problems including strain-rate effects – Application to penetration and progressive failure problems",
abstract = "The article shows Generalized Interpolation Material Point Method numerical simulation of the Sainte Monique landslide. The simulation uses a strain-rate dependent Tresca constitutive model, extended with strain softening behaviour for structured clays. First, the paper replicates fall cone tests to validate the constitutive model and to select the material parameters. Afterwards, the paper shows the Sainte Monique landslide simulation which additionally considers shear band thickness to reduce the mesh-dependence. The results suggest that the strain-rate affects the prediction of the run-out distances and leads to the landslide acceleration-deceleration cycles (reported in, e.g. Corominas et al., 2005; Wang et al., 2010).",
keywords = "Generalized Interpolation Material Point Method, Large deformation modelling, Strain rate effects, Fall cone test, Progressive failure, Sensitive clays landslides",
author = "Quoc Tran and Sołowski, {Wojciech Tomasz}",
year = "2019",
month = "2",
day = "1",
doi = "10.1016/j.compgeo.2018.10.020",
language = "English",
volume = "106",
pages = "249--265",
journal = "Computers and Geotechnics",
issn = "0266-352X",
publisher = "Elsevier BV",

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T1 - Generalized Interpolation Material Point Method modelling of large deformation problems including strain-rate effects – Application to penetration and progressive failure problems

AU - Tran, Quoc

AU - Sołowski, Wojciech Tomasz

PY - 2019/2/1

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N2 - The article shows Generalized Interpolation Material Point Method numerical simulation of the Sainte Monique landslide. The simulation uses a strain-rate dependent Tresca constitutive model, extended with strain softening behaviour for structured clays. First, the paper replicates fall cone tests to validate the constitutive model and to select the material parameters. Afterwards, the paper shows the Sainte Monique landslide simulation which additionally considers shear band thickness to reduce the mesh-dependence. The results suggest that the strain-rate affects the prediction of the run-out distances and leads to the landslide acceleration-deceleration cycles (reported in, e.g. Corominas et al., 2005; Wang et al., 2010).

AB - The article shows Generalized Interpolation Material Point Method numerical simulation of the Sainte Monique landslide. The simulation uses a strain-rate dependent Tresca constitutive model, extended with strain softening behaviour for structured clays. First, the paper replicates fall cone tests to validate the constitutive model and to select the material parameters. Afterwards, the paper shows the Sainte Monique landslide simulation which additionally considers shear band thickness to reduce the mesh-dependence. The results suggest that the strain-rate affects the prediction of the run-out distances and leads to the landslide acceleration-deceleration cycles (reported in, e.g. Corominas et al., 2005; Wang et al., 2010).

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KW - Large deformation modelling

KW - Strain rate effects

KW - Fall cone test

KW - Progressive failure

KW - Sensitive clays landslides

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