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An energy approach to Modified Cam-Clay plasticity and damage modeling of cohesive soils

  • Kane C. BennettEmail author
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Abstract

An alternative approach to Modified Cam-Clay (MCC) critical state plasticity coupled with damage is proposed. The provided hyper-elastoplastic/damage framework is motivated by a desire to ensure thermodynamic consistency of model predictions, and is shown to satisfy the principle of maximum plastic dissipation, enabling enforcement of the plastic dissipation (and Clausius–Planck) inequality. A small strain Eshelby-like stress is derived as being energy-conjugate to the plastic strain rate, and relation to the damage-energy release rate is exploited to pose a coupled damage/yield MCC criteria (MCC-D). Relations between volumetric damage and porosity changes are examined, along with a method for estimating the damage state from bulk moduli measurements. The model is shown to simulate well existing high pressure compression measurements of Boulder clay, and connections between damage-related model parameters and behavior exemplifying different microstructural states is examined through numerical experiments.

Keywords

Critical state plasticity Cohesive soil Consolidation Damage Eshelby stress Modified Cam-Clay 

Notes

Acknowledgements

The author is grateful for research funding from the Stanford Gere Research Fellowship, and for valuable input from Professor Ronaldo I. Borja during the original conception and formation of the ideas behind this work while at Stanford University.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Fluid Dynamics and Solid Mechanics Group (T-3), Theoretical DivisionLos Alamos National LaboratoryLos AlamosUSA

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