Phénomène couplé thermo-hydro-mécanique des roches fracturées : Récents développements des méthodes de modélisation et tests de validation

Abstract : Questions must be raised about the degree of complexity desirable in a predictive model of a fractured rocky medium. The first key question concerns the simplifications to be made to the geometry of a fractured network. The alternative is to treat the rocky mass as a continuum or, conversely, to take into account the geometrical irregularities at each fracture plane. The second question concerns the modelling of the coupled thermal-hydraulic-mechanical phenomena. The article presents two aspects of recent research on this topic. The third question concerns the validation of the models. A three-dimensional model of the french experimental site of Fanay-Augeres has been used 10 show the reliability of the tool used for predicting the thermal-mechanical behaviour.
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Alain Thoraval, Hafid Baroudi, Jack-Pierre Piguet, E. Vuillod, Ghassan Abdallah, et al.. Phénomène couplé thermo-hydro-mécanique des roches fracturées : Récents développements des méthodes de modélisation et tests de validation. 8. International Congress on Rock Mechanics (ICRM 1995), Sep 1995, Tokyo, Japon. pp.703-706. ⟨ineris-00971945⟩

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