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Coupled Finite Element Analysis for Semi-implicit Linear and Fully-implicit Nonlinear Scheme in Partially Saturated Porous Medium
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 Title & Authors
Coupled Finite Element Analysis for Semi-implicit Linear and Fully-implicit Nonlinear Scheme in Partially Saturated Porous Medium
Kim, Jae-Hong; Regueiro, Richard A.;
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 Abstract
The paper presents a comparison between a semi-implicit time integration linear finite element implementation and fully-implicit nonlinear Newton-Raphson finite element implementation of a triphasic small strain mixture formulation of an elastic partially saturated porous medium. The pore air phase pressure pa is assumed atmospheric, i.e.,
 Keywords
Coupled finite element analysis;Semi-implicit linear;Fully-implicit nonlinear;Partially saturated soil;Consolidation;
 Language
English
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