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Yost, Kaleigh M. (author), Martinelli, M. (author), Yerro, Alba (author), Green, Russell A. (author), de Lange, Dirk A. (author)
Cone penetrometer tests (CPTs) are used to characterize soil for a variety of geotechnical engineering applications, including earthquake-induced liquefaction triggering assessment. Numerical modeling of CPTs is frequently used to better understand soil behavior, soil-penetrometer interaction, and engineering estimates made from CPT data....
journal article 2023
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Di Perna, Angela (author), Cuomo, Sabatino (author), Martinelli, M. (author)
Full understanding the interaction mechanisms between flow-like landslides and the impacted protection structures is an open issue. While several approaches, from experimental to numerical, have been used so far, it is clear that the adequate assessment of the hydromechanical behaviour of the landslide body requires both a multiphase and...
journal article 2022
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Cuomo, Sabatino (author), Di Perna, Angela (author), Martinelli, M. (author)
A full understanding of the interaction mechanisms among flow-like landslides and impacted protection structures is still an open issue. Although several approaches, from experimental to numerical, have been used so far, a thoroughly assessment of the hydromechanical behaviour of the landslide body is achievable only through a multiphase and...
journal article 2022
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Martinelli, M. (author), Pisano, F. (author)
Cone penetration tests (CPTs) can quantitatively inform about the mechanical state of a sand. However, relating measured cone resistance values to sand state requires complex back-analysis of the processes occurring in the soil during the test. This paper provides new evidence of the value added in this area by modern large-deformation...
journal article 2022
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Martinelli, M. (author), Galavi, Vahid (author)
This paper describes an MPM formulation using linear quadrilateral elements suitable for soil-structure-interaction problems. The volumetric locking and stress-oscillations are mitigated using a reduced integration technique and the Gauss integration scheme, respectively. The formulation can be used with both structured and unstructured...
journal article 2022
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