Тип публикации: статья из журнала
Год издания: 2017
Идентификатор DOI: 10.1016/j.jcp.2017.06.001
Ключевые слова: Blocky media, Dissipationless finite difference scheme, high performance computing, Hyperbolic partial differential equations, Porous and fluid-saturated interlayers, waves propagation
Аннотация: The wave processes in blocky media are analyzed by applying different mathematical models, wherein the elastic blocks interact with each other via pliant interlayers with the complex mechanical properties. Four versions of constitutive equations are considered. In the first version, an elastic interaction between the blocks is simulated within the framework of linear elasticity theory, and the model of elastic–plastic interlayers is constructed to take into account the appearance of irreversible deformation of interlayers at short time intervals. In the second one, the effects of viscoelastic shear in the interblock interlayers are taken into the consideration using the Poynting–Thomson rheological scheme. In the third option, the model of an elastic porous material is used in the interlayers, where the pores collapse if an abrupt compressive stress is applied. In the fourth case, the model of a fluid-saturated material with open pores is examined based on Biot's equations. The collapse of pores is modeled by the generalized rheological approach, wherein the mechanical properties of a material are simulated using four rheological elements. Three of them are the traditional elastic, viscous and plastic elements, the fourth element is the so-called rigid contact, which is used to describe the behavior of materials with the different resistance to tension and compression. It was shown that the thermodynamically consistent model is provided, which means that the energy balance equation is fulfilled for an entire blocky structure, where the kinetic and potential energy of the system is the sum of the kinetic and potential energies of the blocks and interlayers. Under numerical implementation of the interlayers models, the dissipationless finite difference Ivanov's method was used. The splitting method by spatial variables in the combination with the Godunov gap decay scheme was applied in the blocks. As a result, robust and stable computational algorithms are built and tested. Using MPI technology, the parallel software was designed for the modeling of wave processes in 2D setting. The numerical results are presented, discussed and future studies are outlined.
Журнал: Journal of Computational Physics
Выпуск журнала: Т.345, №
Номера страниц: 834-855
ISSN журнала: 00219991
Издатель: Academic Press
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