A stabilized computational nonlocal poromechanics model for dynamic analysis of saturated porous media

by   Shashank Menon, et al.

In this article we formulate a stable computational nonlocal poromechanics model for dynamic analysis of saturated porous media. As a novelty, the stabilization formulation eliminates zero-energy modes associated with the original multiphase correspondence constitutive models in the coupled nonlocal poromechanics model. The two-phase stabilization scheme is formulated based on an energy method that incorporates inhomogeneous solid deformation and fluid flow. In this method, the nonlocal formulations of skeleton strain energy and fluid flow dissipation energy equate to their local formulations. The stable coupled nonlocal poromechanics model is solved for dynamic analysis by an implicit time integration scheme. As a new contribution, we validate the coupled stabilization formulation by comparing numerical results with analytical and finite element solutions for one-dimensional and two-dimensional dynamic problems in saturated porous media. Numerical examples of dynamic strain localization in saturated porous media are presented to demonstrate the efficacy of the stable coupled poromechanics framework for localized failure under dynamic loads.



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