Model for the Behaviour of Granular Materials in Progressive Flow
Part of the International Centre for Mechanical Sciences book series (CISM, volume 217)
These lecture notes are concerned with the behaviour of granular assemblies, possessing internal friction and cohesion, in the limit state of stress at progressive flow.
KeywordsConstitutive Relation Granular Material Shear Strain Rate Structural Rotation Granular Assembly
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