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EMI Conference - MS 52: Deformation, Failure and Coupled Processes Across Scales

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Dear iMechanica colleagues,

We would like to invite you to submit a contribution for the Minisymposium on “Analysis and Methods for the Simulation of Deformation, Failure and Coupled Processes Across Scales” (description below), organized for the 2020 International Conference of the Engineering Mechanics Institute, April 24-26, at Durham, UK.

Details for the conference can be found on the conference website: https://sites.durham.ac.uk/emi2020-ic/ 

The deadline for submission of abstracts is the 15th of November, 2019.

 

Best regards,

 

Minisymposium Organizers

Matteo Icardi, The University of Nottingham

Savvas Triantafyllou, The University of Nottingham

Emilio Martínez-Pañeda, Imperial College London

 

 

MS-52: Analysis and Methods for the Simulation of Deformation, Failure and Coupled Processes Across Scales

 

 

Abstract:

There is an increasing interest in analytical and computational methods for studying the complex behaviour of porous media, including the coupling between solid mechanics and fluid dynamics processes. Of particular interest is the modelling of material behaviour across scales, with significant progress being achieved by the development of multi-scale methods. Nevertheless, there are still limited interactions and scientific exchanges between the fluid dynamics, porous media, and computational mechanics communities.

 

This mini-symposium will form a platform for idea exchange and knowledge dissemination vis-à-vis the latest developments in the field of numerical modelling of heterogeneous media. Recent advances on the simulation of damage in coupled fluid-transport mechanical processes for industrial and environmental applications are particularly welcomed. The mini-symposium aims at establishing a discussion forum for mathematicians, physicists, and engineers and at identifying associated research challenges.

 

Topics of Interest Include:

·       Poro- and geo-mechanics

·       Damage and fracture of brittle solids

·       Coupled flow, transport, and fluid-structure interaction in porous media

·       Data-driven and probabilistic techniques

 

·       Verification and validation of multiscale methods

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