A versatile mathematical approach for environmental geomechanic modelling based on stress state decomposition

The main goal of the present paper is to present a mathematical framework for modelling multi-phase non-saturated soil consolidation with pollutant transport based on stress state configurations with special emphasis in its versatility. Non-linear saturation and permeability dependence on suction...

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Autores principales: Beneyto, Pablo Alejandro, Di Rado, Héctor Ariel, Mroginski, Javier Luis, Awruch, Armando Miguel
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Publicado: Elsevier 2022
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spelling I48-R184-123456789-377792022-07-15T19:40:54Z A versatile mathematical approach for environmental geomechanic modelling based on stress state decomposition Beneyto, Pablo Alejandro Di Rado, Héctor Ariel Mroginski, Javier Luis Awruch, Armando Miguel Non saturated soil consolidation Saturation–suction relationship Finite elements Pollutant transport The main goal of the present paper is to present a mathematical framework for modelling multi-phase non-saturated soil consolidation with pollutant transport based on stress state configurations with special emphasis in its versatility. Non-linear saturation and permeability dependence on suction for both water and pollutant transport is regarded. Furthermore, through the introduction of a suction saturation surface instead of simple suction saturation curves, the implementation of the saturation–suction coupling effect is considerably simplified. The achieved differential equation system is discretized within a Galerkin approach along with the finite element method implementation. A widespread set of practical situations is encompassed by simply setting certain coefficients of the discrete system of equation according to concrete problem conditions. When the model is coped with certain selected fringe conditions, the approach adaptability feature came up showing a robust performance. 2022-05-05T18:45:06Z 2022-05-05T18:45:06Z 2015 Artículo Beneyto, Pablo Alejandro, et al., 2015. A versatile mathematical approach for environmental geomechanic modelling based on stress state decomposition. Applied Mathematical Modelling. Ámsterdam: Elsevier, vol. 39, p. 1-17. ISSN 0307-904X. 0307-904X http://repositorio.unne.edu.ar/handle/123456789/37779 eng openAccess http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/2.5/ar/ application/pdf application/pdf Elsevier Applied Mathematical Modelling, 2015, vol. 39, p. 1-17.
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topic Non saturated soil consolidation
Saturation–suction relationship
Finite elements
Pollutant transport
spellingShingle Non saturated soil consolidation
Saturation–suction relationship
Finite elements
Pollutant transport
Beneyto, Pablo Alejandro
Di Rado, Héctor Ariel
Mroginski, Javier Luis
Awruch, Armando Miguel
A versatile mathematical approach for environmental geomechanic modelling based on stress state decomposition
topic_facet Non saturated soil consolidation
Saturation–suction relationship
Finite elements
Pollutant transport
description The main goal of the present paper is to present a mathematical framework for modelling multi-phase non-saturated soil consolidation with pollutant transport based on stress state configurations with special emphasis in its versatility. Non-linear saturation and permeability dependence on suction for both water and pollutant transport is regarded. Furthermore, through the introduction of a suction saturation surface instead of simple suction saturation curves, the implementation of the saturation–suction coupling effect is considerably simplified. The achieved differential equation system is discretized within a Galerkin approach along with the finite element method implementation. A widespread set of practical situations is encompassed by simply setting certain coefficients of the discrete system of equation according to concrete problem conditions. When the model is coped with certain selected fringe conditions, the approach adaptability feature came up showing a robust performance.
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author Beneyto, Pablo Alejandro
Di Rado, Héctor Ariel
Mroginski, Javier Luis
Awruch, Armando Miguel
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Di Rado, Héctor Ariel
Mroginski, Javier Luis
Awruch, Armando Miguel
author_sort Beneyto, Pablo Alejandro
title A versatile mathematical approach for environmental geomechanic modelling based on stress state decomposition
title_short A versatile mathematical approach for environmental geomechanic modelling based on stress state decomposition
title_full A versatile mathematical approach for environmental geomechanic modelling based on stress state decomposition
title_fullStr A versatile mathematical approach for environmental geomechanic modelling based on stress state decomposition
title_full_unstemmed A versatile mathematical approach for environmental geomechanic modelling based on stress state decomposition
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publisher Elsevier
publishDate 2022
url http://repositorio.unne.edu.ar/handle/123456789/37779
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