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2023/2024
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Measurement and Modelling of Geotechnical Structures II

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Code Completion Credits Range Language
D32MMG2 ZK 1P+1C Czech
Garant předmětu:
Michal Šejnoha
Lecturer:
Tomáš Janda, Tomáš Koudelka, Jaroslav Kruis, Jiří Svoboda, Michal Šejnoha, Radek Vašíček
Tutor:
Tomáš Janda, Tomáš Koudelka, Jaroslav Kruis, Jiří Svoboda, Michal Šejnoha, Radek Vašíček
Supervisor:
Department of Mechanics
Synopsis:

The course is devoted to the modeling of time-dependent problems in geomechanics. Advanced laboratory measurements in gallery Josef will be accompanied by numerical modeling using the finite element method. The course covers 4 different topics: (i) Heat transport, (ii) Steady state ground water flow, (iii) Transient ground water flow, (iv) Coupled mechanical and ground water flow in fully saturated deformable soil body – consolidation. Numerical modeling will be performed employing the GEO5 FEM and SIFEL software packages.

Requirements:

Evaluation of laboratory tests. Simulation of in-situ measurements of transport of heat inside the rock mass using the finite element method. Lecture attendance is compulsory.

Syllabus of lectures:

Outline of lectures corresponds to the content of the course.

Syllabus of tutorials:

There are no problem sessions.

Study Objective:

Students will become familiar with the application of the finite element method to the solution of both transient and steady state heat and moisture transport as well as coupled problem of water flow within a deforming soil body. Will perform in-situ measurements of heat transport in the underground laboratory URC Josef.

Study materials:

D. M. Potts and L. Zdravkovic, Finite element analysis in geotechnical engineering, application. Thomas Telford Publishing, 2001.

D. M. Potts and L. Zdravkovic, Finite element analysis in geotechnical engineering, theory. Thomas Telford Publishing, 1999.

Note:
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