DEM Literature Database

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Title Author(s) Year Source Publisher
Numerical modelling of backward front propagation in piping erosion by DEM-LBM coupling C. Callari, D.K. Tran, E. Vincens, F. Froiio, N. Prime 2017 European Journal of Environmental and Civil Engineering Taylor & Francis
Quantitative analysis of piping erosion micro-mechanisms with coupled CFD and DEM method H. Tao, J. Tao 2017 Acta Geotechnica Springer
On the degradation of granular materials due to internal erosion J. Li, X. Wang 2017 Acta Mechanica Sinica Springer
Micro-mechanical analysis on the onset of erosion in granular materials A. Scheuermann, H.-B. Mühlhaus, H.M.D. Harshani, S. A. Galindo-Torres 2015 Philosophical Magazine Taylor & Francis
Internal erosion in granular media: direct numerical simulations and energy interpretation D. Marot, F. Lominé, L. Sibille, P. Poullain, Y. Sail 2014 Hydrological Processes Wiley
Numerical simulation of concrete pumping process and investigation of wear mechanism of the piping wall D. Yang, H. Zhang, J. Song, S. Jiang, Y. Sheng, Y. Tan 2012 Tribology International Elsevier
Numerical simulation of the developing course of piping G.-X Li, X.-J. Zhou, Y.-X. Jie 2012 Computers and Geotechnics Elsevier
Improvement of semi-resolved CFD-DEM model for seepage-induced fine-particle migration: Eliminate limitation on mesh refinement K. Cheng, M. Ahmad, Q. Yang, Y. Wang 2019 Computers and Geotechnics Elsevier
A semi-resolved CFD-DEM model for seepage-induced fine particle migration in gap-graded soils K. Cheng, Q. Yang, Y. Wang 2018 Computers and Geotechnics Elsevier
Analysis of water seepage in a pavement system using the particulate approach Original Research Article K. Jeyisanker, M. Gunaratne 2009 Computers and Geotechnics Elsevier