Geomechanics Module

CIVIL ENGINEERING: The simulation shows how force is transferred from a concrete beam to its steel reinforcement bars during tension failure. Shown are the von Mises stresses in the concrete and the axial stresses in the bars.
CIVIL ENGINEERING: The simulation shows how force is transferred from a concrete beam to its steel reinforcement bars during tension failure. Shown are the von Mises stresses in the concrete and the axial stresses in the bars.
The Geomechanics Module is a specialized add-on to the Structural Mechanics Module for simulation of geotechnical applications such as tunnels, excavations, slope stability, and retaining structures. The module features tailored user interfaces to study deformation, creep, plasticity, and failure of soils and rocks, as well as their interaction with concrete and human-made structures. A variety of material models for soils are provided: Cam-Clay, Drucker-Prager, Mohr-Coulomb, Matsuoka-Nakai, and Lade-Duncan. In addition to the built-in plasticity models, user-defined yield functions can be created by the versatile equation-based user interface provided by the COMSOL Multiphysics environment. Dependencies of a computed temperature field as well as other field quantities can be blended into these material definitions.
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