Corpus ID: 9991183

Large deformation and post-failure simulations of segmental retaining walls using mesh-free method (SPH)

@article{Bui2015LargeDA,
  title={Large deformation and post-failure simulations of segmental retaining walls using mesh-free method (SPH)},
  author={H. Bui and J. Kodikara and P. G. Ranjith and Abdelmalek Bouazza and Asadul Haque},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2015},
  volume={abs/1501.04000}
}
  • H. Bui, J. Kodikara, +2 authors Asadul Haque
  • Published 2015
  • Geology, Mathematics, Computer Science, Materials Science
  • ArXiv
  • Numerical methods are extremely useful in gaining insights into the behaviour of reinforced soil retaining walls. However, traditional numerical approaches such as limit equilibrium or finite element methods are unable to simulate large deformation and post-failure behaviour of soils and retaining wall blocks in the reinforced soil retaining walls system. To overcome this limitation, a novel numerical approach is developed aiming to predict accurately the large deformation and post-failure… CONTINUE READING

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