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- Aspects of finite element implementation of critical state models
Sloan, S. W.;
Yu, H. S.
- In this paper, some practical aspects of the finite element implementation of critical state models are discussed. Improved automatic algorithms for stress integration and load and time stepping are presented. The implementation of two generalized critical state soil models, with one described first in this paper and the other recently published elsewhere, is discussed. The robustness and correctness of the proposed numerical algorithms are illustrated through both coupled and uncoupled analyses of geotechnical problems.
- Computational Mechanics: Solids, Fluids, Engineered Materials, Aging, Infrastructure, Molecular Dynamics, Heat Transfer, Manufacturing Processes, Optimization, Fracture and Integrity Vol. 26, Issue 2, p. 185-196
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finite element implementation;
critical state models;
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- journal article
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