Computational Geomechanics (Theory and Applications of Transport in Porous Media)
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Research Theme Our research focuses on the development of theoretical and computational models of multiscale, multiphysics problems, with special emphasises on geomechanics applications, such as geological carbon sequestration, hydraulic fracture and nuclear waste disposal.
In particular, we are interested at developing both theories and numerical algorithms to predict how multiphase solids react to diverse influences such as stress, deformation, heat source, presence of chemical species and fluid flows, and how material instabilities such as strain localization, soil liquefaction and fractures occur and propagate across different spatial and temporal scales. Our current research at Columbia University encompasses the following interconnected areas: Micromechanics of porous media and granular physics.
Modelling and Applications of Transport Phenomena in Porous Media
Computational plasticity for porous and granular materials exposed to extreme environments. Concurrent and homogenized-based multiscale multiphysics modeling in various spatial and temporal scales. Reflecting on his outstanding academic activity, this international symposium will feature plenary, keynote and invited lectures on geomechanics, including but not limited to topics on: computational geomechanics; best practices in hydraulic fracturing for unconventional hydrocarbon production; nuclear waste disposal; durability of concrete and other porous building materials; conservation of the architectural heritage, degradation of natural building stones; stability of man-made structures; natural hazards; depollution; urban reclamation; waste management; and surface waste disposal.
It will be a platform for high level representatives of various industries, technologies, and academic disciplines to freely discuss and debate all topics of this symposium, and identify positive and efficient pathways towards sustainability in industrial practices, technologies, and research. You are cordially invited to actively participate in this symposium by submitting and presenting a paper, or by attending the round table.
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- IMPA - 2nd IMPA-InterPore Conference on Porous Media Conservation Laws, Numerics and Applications.
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Biography of Andrew Chan X close Prof. When moved to Australia, he took up a professorial and deputy dean position at University of Ballarat later renamed Federation University Australia before moving to Tasmania.
He has a wide research interest. He is one of the world leading experts in the use of the finite element method of static and dynamic fully coupled soil and pore-fluid interaction and the author of two comprehensive Finite Element packages for deformable porous media and pore fluid interaction. His recent interest, besides the use of SBFEM and DEM for the modelling of particle breakage, includes Simulating the breakage of glass under hard body impact using the combined finite-discrete element method and Modelling dynamic saturated soil and pore fluid interaction such as fluidisation using combined discrete element method and Lattice Boltzmann method.
2nd IMPA-InterPore Conference on Porous Media Conservation Laws, Numerics and Applications
He is a member of the Australian Research Council College of Experts and sits on the editorial boards of two international journals: Computers and Structures as well as Applied Mathematical Modelling. Dariusz Gawin Lodz U. Nasser Khalili U. Lyesse Laloui Swiss Federal Inst. Manuel Pastor Depertment of Applied Mathematics.
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