Feedback on modeling issues of assemblies made of polyhedric objects through non smooth discrete element methods

Paul Taforel 1 Frédéric Dubois 2 Alexandre Martin 2 Rémy Mozul 2 Stéphane Pagano 1
1 M3 - Modélisation Mathématique en Mécanique
LMGC - Laboratoire de Mécanique et Génie Civil : UMR 5508
2 Remics - Réseaux, Moyens Informatiques, Calcul Scientifique
LMGC - Laboratoire de Mécanique et Génie Civil
Abstract : Discrete element methods (DEM) constitute an important tool for the study of granular matter and divided materials or structures. Basically DEM model a material or a structure at the grain scale and are able to describe various complex behaviors (flow, localization of deformations, fracture, dissipation, etc) which can't be properly represented by continuum approach even with advanced constitutive model based on a huge number of parameters.
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Paul Taforel, Frédéric Dubois, Alexandre Martin, Rémy Mozul, Stéphane Pagano. Feedback on modeling issues of assemblies made of polyhedric objects through non smooth discrete element methods. Euromech Colloquium 516: Nonsmooth contact and Impact laws in Mechanics, Jul 2011, France. 2p., 2011. 〈hal-00806853〉

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