The distinct element method : a new way to study the behaviour of ancient masonry structures under static or dynamic loading, by the use of numerical modelling

Abstract : Numerical modelling methods have reached a very high level of development during the last few years and gained a remarkable success in many fields. Recently, the Distinct Element Method (DEM) became one of the best techniques used for the analysis of fractured rock masses
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Atef El Shabrawy, Thierry Verdel, Jack-Pierre Piguet. The distinct element method : a new way to study the behaviour of ancient masonry structures under static or dynamic loading, by the use of numerical modelling. 1. Cairo Earthquake Engineering Symposium, Dec 1994, Le Caire, Egypt. pp.169-178. ⟨ineris-00971914⟩

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