DEM Literature Database

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We found 9 result(s).

Title Author(s) Year Source Publisher
A Numerical Study On Failure Behavior Of Jointed Rock Slope H. S. Yang, W. B. Kim 2004 Contribution of Rock Mechanics to the New Century J-Stage
Application And Evaluation Of Stability Analysis Of Large Underground Opening In Discontinuous Rock Mass I. Andou, Y. Jiang, Y. Yamashita 2004 Contribution of Rock Mechanics to the New Century J-Stage
Energy Development And Associated Geo Environment Damage In China C. A. Tang 2004 Contribution of Rock Mechanics to the New Century Millpress Science Publishers
Evaluation Of Behavior Of Edz Around Rock Cavern By Ae Measurements And DEM Simulation Using Bonded Particle Model K. Aoki, T. Mori, Y. Mito 2004 Contribution of Rock Mechanics to the New Century Millpress Science Publishers
Evaluation Of Mechanical Properties Of Natural Rock Joints For Discontinuous Numerical Analysis M. Kawakita, M. Nakagawa, Y. Jiang 2004 Contribution of Rock Mechanics to the New Century Millpress Science Publishers
Microscopic Behavior Of The Solid Particles In Fluid Flow Through Porous Rock Using Lbm And DEM Coupling T. Matsuoka, T. Miyoshi, Y. Yamada 2004 Contribution of Rock Mechanics to the New Century J-Stage
Simulation Analysis Of Shear Behavior Of Rock Joint By Distinct Element Method H. Kusumi, S. Tatsumi, T. Matsuoka 2004 Contribution of Rock Mechanics to the New Century Society of Materials Science
Study On The Effect Of Tunnel Face Stabilization Using The Distinct Element Method T. Haba, T. Okabe, Y. Mitarashi 2004 Contribution of Rock Mechanics to the New Century J-Stage
Understanding Of Parameters Used In Distinct Element Modeling And Suggestions For Preparation Of Input Data C. H. Ryu 2004 Contribution of Rock Mechanics to the New Century Japanese Geotechnical Society