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Special volume 62 (5): Multiscale Modelling in Soil and rock Mechanics; Guest Editors: J. Lewandowska, C. Boutin, and M. Said El Youssoufi
Multiscale Modelling in Soil and Rock Mechanics. Preface to the Topical Issue
Inner Thermal Resonance in Thermoelastic Geological Structures
Boutin, C., Soubestre, J. , Schwan, L. , Dietz, M.
Multi-Scale Modeling for Dynamics of Structure-Soil-Structure Interactions
Multi-Scale Analysis of Water Alteration on the Rockslope Stability Framework
A Three-Scale Cracking Criterion for Drying Soils
Microstructure Measures and the Minimum Size of a Representative Volume Element: 2D Numerical Study
Rupture of an Evaporating Liquid Bridge between Two Grains
FEM × DEM Modelling of Cohesive Granular Materials: Numerical Homogenisation and Multi-scale Simulations
Niemunis, A., Wichtmann, T.
Separation of Time Scales in the HCA Model for Sand
Shen, W. , Lanoye, E. , Dormieux, L. , Kondo, D.
Homogenization of Saturated Double Porous Media with Eshelby-like Velocity Field
Thermal Consolidation Process of Multiphase Medium Consisting of Elastic Skeleton, Water, and Water Vapour
Influence of Heterogeneous Air Entry Pressure on Large Scale Unsaturated Flow in Porous Media
Main Properties of Sands Hydrophobized by Alkoxysilane Emulsions
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Acta Geophysica, formerly Acta Geophysica Polonica, is an international journal dealing with all fields of general and applied geophysics. This broad scope is divided into the following five groups: solid Earth sciences, hydrology, atmospheric sciences, space sciences and applied geophysics.
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