Welcome to the Damage Poromechanics Laboratory.
Our research involves...
...with most applications in Energy Geotechnics: nuclear waste disposals, carbon dioxide sequestration, high-pressure gas storage, hydraulic fracturing
DeeP MeLT in Atlanta, January 2013
Prediction of the degree of saturation in damaged geomaterials
Modeling damage and healing in salt rock
FEM Modeling of hydraulic fracturing
Differential Stress Induced Damage (DSID) model
Crack Opening and Closure under Thermo-Mechanical Stresses
Multi-scale damaged permeability model
Modeling Particle Crushing and Sieving
- Jun. 19-22, 2013: Workshop on "Heterogeneities across scales in geomechanics" at the California Institute of Technology
- Jun. 10-13, 2013: NSF Proposal Writing Meeting: Deformation Experimentalists at the Frontier Of Rock and Mineral research
- May 16-31, 2013: Collaborative research at the University of Alaska
- May 7, 2013: Sowers Symposium, Georgia Tech, Atlanta
- Mar. 17-24, 2013: Collaborative research at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
- Hao defended his Ph.D. Proposal
- Cheng passed the Ph.D. Comprehensive Exam
- Welcome Esmaeel to the DeeP MeLT
- The DeeP MeLT in EMI Newsletter!