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Data-driven numerical site response

@inproceedings{GarciaSuarez2022DatadrivenNS,
  title={Data-driven numerical site response},
  author={Joaquin Garcia‐Suarez and Arthur Cornet and Sacha Wattel and Jean-François Molinari},
  year={2022}
}
of the application of multiscale its capacity to wave propagation problems using discrete datasets, obtained via sampling grain ensembles using the discrete element method (DEM), in lieu of a constitutive law and then we apply it specifically to analyze the propagation of harmonic waves in a soft soil deposit that overlies rigid bedrock. The soil in this displays elastic yet non-linear response that is depth-dependent to evolving overburden pressure. We validate the implementation via comparison… 
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