The structure of persistent shear bands in idealized granular media

Jean-Pierre Bardet, J. Proubet

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Abstract

The structure of persistent shear bands in granular materials is investigated by numerically simulating an idealized assembly of two-dimensional particles. Flexible stress-controlled boundaries are used instead of periodic boundaries to avoid constraining the motion of particles within the shear bands. The particle rotations appear to be induced by the rigid rotation of their neighborhoods. -from Authors

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationComputer methods and advances in geomechanics. Proc. 7th international conference, Cairns, 1991. Vol. 1
EditorsG. Beer
PublisherBalkema, for IACMAG
Pages299-304
Number of pages6
StatePublished - 1991
Externally publishedYes

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Bardet, J-P., & Proubet, J. (1991). The structure of persistent shear bands in idealized granular media. In G. Beer (Ed.), Computer methods and advances in geomechanics. Proc. 7th international conference, Cairns, 1991. Vol. 1 (pp. 299-304). Balkema, for IACMAG.

The structure of persistent shear bands in idealized granular media. / Bardet, Jean-Pierre; Proubet, J.

Computer methods and advances in geomechanics. Proc. 7th international conference, Cairns, 1991. Vol. 1. ed. / G. Beer. Balkema, for IACMAG, 1991. p. 299-304.

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Bardet, J-P & Proubet, J 1991, The structure of persistent shear bands in idealized granular media. in G Beer (ed.), Computer methods and advances in geomechanics. Proc. 7th international conference, Cairns, 1991. Vol. 1. Balkema, for IACMAG, pp. 299-304.
Bardet J-P, Proubet J. The structure of persistent shear bands in idealized granular media. In Beer G, editor, Computer methods and advances in geomechanics. Proc. 7th international conference, Cairns, 1991. Vol. 1. Balkema, for IACMAG. 1991. p. 299-304
Bardet, Jean-Pierre ; Proubet, J. / The structure of persistent shear bands in idealized granular media. Computer methods and advances in geomechanics. Proc. 7th international conference, Cairns, 1991. Vol. 1. editor / G. Beer. Balkema, for IACMAG, 1991. pp. 299-304
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