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Research & Facilities

 

Geotechnical and Systems Computations Laboratory

 

Research activities

  • Soil-structure interaction problems
  • Bearing and uplift capacities of pile foundations
  • Pull-out capacity of plate and helical anchors
  • Performance of shell type foundations
  • Performance of subgrade and pavement materials in highways
  • Development of a numerical model to capture the drying and cracking of geomaterials in 2D and 3D.
  • Experimental validation of the numerical model to capture the drying and cracking of geomaterials.
  • Modeling of rock fracture using 2D and 3D discrete elements.
  • Parallel computation of stresses around underground excavations.
  • Large-scale geometry and mesh optimization for underground excavations.
  • Numerical modeling of impact and stress propagation through geomaterials.
  • Automatic mesh generation for application in numerical stress analysis.

 

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Concordia University