Coupled Problems and Their Numerical Solution
Those, where essentially different physics exist and in which the problem domain overlap completely or partially
and those where coupling occurs only via an interface. Here the seperate domains may only differ either physically or only in the numerical technique used in each of them.
Symmetrical direct solution techniques.
Simple Staggered solutions with unconditional stability.
Domain partition for single phase domain with Implicit—Implicit Staggered or Explict—Implicit Staggered Solution.
Stability analysis are also presented for the various solution techniques.
KeywordsPore Pressure Excess Pore Pressure Couple Problem Stagger Scheme Soil Skeleton
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