Minh, NH and Cheng, YP (2010) One Dimensional Compression of Sand-Silt Mixtures Using 2D DEM. In: Munjiza, A, (ed.) Discrete Element Methods Simulations of Discontinua: Theory and Application. (pp. 406 - 411). Queen Mary, University of London: London.
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Two-dimensional Distinct Element Method (DEM) is used to simulate the deformational characteristics of mixtures with particle size in the range of sand and silt subjected to one dimensional loading. The influence of the amount of small particles (fines) and their contact stiffness are studied.
|Title:||One Dimensional Compression of Sand-Silt Mixtures Using 2D DEM|
|Event:||5th International Conference on Discrete Element Methods|
|Dates:||2010-08-25 - 2010-08-26|
|UCL classification:||UCL > School of BEAMS > Faculty of Engineering Science > Civil, Environmental and Geomatic Engineering|
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