BOKU - Universität für Bodenkultur Wien - Forschungsinformationssystem

Mutliscale modelling of compaction bands in porous rocks

Projektleitung
Wu Wei, Projektleiter/in
Laufzeit:
01.01.2022-31.12.2023
Programm:
Lise-Meitner Stipendium
Art der Forschung
Grundlagenforschung
Mitarbeiter*innen
Beteiligte BOKU-Organisationseinheiten
Institut für Geotechnik
Gefördert durch
Fonds zur Förderung der wissenschaftlichen Forschung (FWF) , Sensengasse 1, 1090 Wien, Österreich
Abstract
In this research project, a 3D grain-scale continuum-discontinuum hierarchical multiscale computational framework is proposed to improve the deep understanding of compaction banding formations in the sedimentary porous rocks that are of strong interest and of major challenge in the modern geomechanics. The proposed grain-scale continuum-discontinuum multiscale numerical framework for porous geological media consists of three levels including FEM meshes at macro-scale, DEM grains at meso-scale and hypoplastic peridynamic points at micro-scale. Furthermore, the region partitioning search algorithm and CPU-GPU heterogeneous computing architecture both contribute to improvement of computational efficiency to construct an open-source 3D computational platform that is suitable to simulate large-scale geological and geotechnical problems. To systematically investigate the localized failure mechanism of compaction bands in porous geological media at laboratory and field scales, one laboratory-scale and one field-scale numerical models are simulated by 3D computational platform. The influencing factors of boundary conditions, stress fields, geomaterials heterogeneity, nonlocal characteristic length, granular shapes, etc. on the localization failure processes of compaction bands will be summarized and analyzed. Sequentially, effects of microstructural mechanism including pore collapse, grain debonding, intra-granular damage and grain crushing on the nucleation and propagation of compaction bands during the localized failure processes. Furthermore, localized failure mechanism of the geological tectonic phenomena, i.e., coexistence of pure compaction bands and shear enhanced bands, will be numerical explored.
Schlagworte
Bruchmechanik (203003); Tiefbau;
Kompaktionsbänder; Multiskalare Simulation; Poröse Felsen;
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