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Journal of Zhejiang University SCIENCE A 2021 Vol.22 No.11 P.882-893

http://doi.org/10.1631/jzus.A2000598


Numerical analysis of column collapse by smoothed particle hydrodynamics with an advanced critical state-based model


Author(s):  Zhuang Jin, Zhao Lu, Yi Yang

Affiliation(s):  Department of Ocean Science and Engineering, Southern University of Science and Technology, Shenzhen 518055, China; more

Corresponding email(s):   messi.luzhao@connect.umac.mo, yb87402@um.edu.mo

Key Words:  Granular material, Smoothed particle hydrodynamics (SPH), Large deformations, Critical state, Collapse


Zhuang Jin, Zhao Lu, Yi Yang. Numerical analysis of column collapse by smoothed particle hydrodynamics with an advanced critical state-based model[J]. Journal of Zhejiang University Science A, 2021, 22(11): 882-893.

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Abstract: 
The complex behavior of granular material considering large deformation and post-failure is of great interest in the geotechnical field. Numerical prediction of these phenomena could provide useful insights for engineering design and practice. In this paper, we propose a novel numerical approach to study soil collapse involving large deformation. The approach combines a recently developed critical state-based sand model SIMSAND for describing complex sand mechanical behaviors, and the smoothed particle hydrodynamics (SPH) method for dealing with large deformation. To show the high efficiency and accuracy of the proposed approach, a series of column collapses using discrete element method (DEM) and considering the influence of particle shapes (i.e. spherical shape (SS), tetrahedral shape (TS), and elongated shape (ES)) were adopted as benchmarks and simulated by the proposed method. The parameters of SIMSAND were calibrated from the results of DEM triaxial tests on the same samples. Compared with the results of DEM simulations and reference solutions derived by published collapse experiments, the runout distance and final height of specimens with different particle shapes simulated by SPH-SIMSAND were well characterized and incurred a lower computational cost. Comparisons showed that the novel SPH-SIMSAND approach is highly efficient and accurate for simulating collapse, and can be a useful numerical analytical tool for real scale engineering problems.

基于高级临界状态模型对土柱坍塌进行光滑粒子流体动力学模拟

目的:采用数值模拟方法研究涉及大变形的土柱坍塌过程.
创新点:基于临界状态的高级本构框架,利用光滑粒子流体动力学(SPH)方法模拟土柱坍塌过程,并同时研究颗粒形状对坍塌的影响.
方法: 采用数值仿真和离散元的方法.
结论:本文提出的SIMSAND-SPH方法在模拟涉及大变形问题的土柱坍塌过程方面具有很高的效率和计算精度,可为实际工程问题提供参考依据.

关键词:颗粒材料;SPH;大变形;临界状态;坍塌

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