Étude théorique et numérique de l'endommagement thermo-hydro-mécanique des milieux poreux non saturés

Abstract : Nuclear waste disposals are designed in multi-phase porous media. A new damage model, formulated in independent state variables (net stress, suction and thermal stress), is proposed for such geomaterials. The damage variable is a second-order tensor, which principal values grow with tensile strains. The stress/strain relations are derived from a postulated expression of the free energy. The degraded rigidities are computed by applying the Principle of Equivalent Elastic Energy for each stress state variable. Cracking effects are taken into account in transfers by introducing internal length parameters in the expressions of moisture conductivities. The damage model has been implemented in Θ–Stock Finite Element code. The mechanical model has been validated by comparing numerical results to experimental data and theoretical predictions. The qualitative evolutions given by the model in the parametric studies performed on realistic complex configurations show good trends.
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Engineering Sciences [physics]. Ecole des Ponts ParisTech, 2009. French


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Chloé Arson. Étude théorique et numérique de l'endommagement thermo-hydro-mécanique des milieux poreux non saturés. Engineering Sciences [physics]. Ecole des Ponts ParisTech, 2009. French. <pastel-00005608>

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