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Finite element modelling of seismic liquefaction in soils

A multilaminate framework for modelling induced and inherent anisotropy of soils

Resilience of MSE walls with marginal backfill under a changing climate: Quantitative assessment for extreme precipitation events

Groundwater flow, fully coupled flow deformation and undrained analyses in PLAXIS 2D and 3D

Nonlocal multilaminate model for strain softening analysis

Finite element modelling of geotechnical structures subjected to moving loads

Investigation of the material point method in the simulation of cone penetration tests in dry sand

Numerical simulation of the installation of impact driven offshore monopiles using the material point method

Finite element simulation of static liquefaction of submerged sand slopes using a multilaminate model

An explicit coupled MPM formulation to simulate penetration problems in soils using quadrilateral elements

Empirical and numerical analyses of soil liquefaction around buried offshore pipelines

Parameter determnation for hypoplastic model using an inverse analysis algorithm. A case study; Northsea Sand

Ansotropic natural clays

A multilaminate model with destructuration considering anisotropic strength and anisotropic bonding

DeltaSand model

DeltaSand: A state dependent double hardening elasto-plastic model for sand: Formulation and validation

Damaged pipelines

Analysis of Crater Development around Damaged Pipelines using the Material Point Method

Deep excavation

FE-analysis of deep excavations in lacustrine clay with different constitutive models

CPT inverse analysis

MPM Simulation of CPT and model calibration by inverse analysis

vacuum consolidation

Finite Element Modeling of Vacuum Consolidation using Drain Elements and Unsaturated Soil Conditions

Suction caisson

Numerical modeling of the effect of loading rate on the tensile load capacity of offshore caisson foundations

Evaluation of DeltaSand using Toyora data

Evaluation of DeltaSand in numerical modelling of monotonic and cyclic element tests using experimental data of Toyoura sand

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