Ioannis Vardoulakis spends much of his time researching Mechanics, Geotechnical engineering, Classical mechanics, Granular material and Shear band. Ioannis Vardoulakis interconnects Numerical analysis and Model test in the investigation of issues within Mechanics. His work in the fields of Geotechnical engineering, such as Darcy's law, Porosity and Permeability, overlaps with other areas such as Oil field.
His Classical mechanics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Boundary value problem, Geomechanics and Buckling. His Granular material research includes elements of Continuum, Dilatant and Plane stress. His research investigates the connection with Shear band and areas like Shear modulus which intersect with concerns in Shear rate and Critical resolved shear stress.
His primary areas of study are Geotechnical engineering, Mechanics, Shear, Shear band and Plasticity. His study in Geotechnical engineering is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Triaxial shear test, Softening and Constitutive equation. His studies in Mechanics integrate themes in fields like Geometry, Stress, Classical mechanics, Boundary value problem and Finite element method.
His study on Shear also encompasses disciplines like
His main research concerns Geotechnical engineering, Mechanics, Erosion, Slip and Pore water pressure. His research integrates issues of Shear rate, Simple shear, Rheometer, Triaxial shear test and Direct shear test in his study of Geotechnical engineering. His research in Mechanics intersects with topics in Geometry, Stress, Deformation and Constitutive equation.
His study looks at the relationship between Constitutive equation and fields such as Displacement, as well as how they intersect with chemical problems. His Slip study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Effective stress, Free surface and Shearing. His Pore water pressure research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Landslide, Numerical analysis, Mineralogy and Softening.
Ioannis Vardoulakis mainly investigates Stress, Mechanics, Hydrodynamic forces, Erosion and Fluid dynamics. His work on Hydrostatic stress as part of his general Stress study is frequently connected to Asymmetry, thereby bridging the divide between different branches of science. His Mechanics research includes themes of Landslide, Displacement, Displacement field, Geometry and Boundary value problem.
His Hydrodynamic forces research incorporates elements of Geotechnical engineering, Hollow cylinder and Constant.
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The thickness of shear bands in granular materials
H.-B. Muhihaus;Ioannis Vardoulakis.
Bifurcation Analysis in Geomechanics
Ioannis Vardoulakis;J Sulem.
Published in <b>1995</b> in London by Blackie academic and professional (1995)
Shear band inclination and shear modulus of sand in biaxial tests
International Journal for Numerical and Analytical Methods in Geomechanics (1980)
A gradient flow theory of plasticity for granular materials
I. Vardoulakis;I. Vardoulakis;E. C. Aifantis;E. C. Aifantis.
Acta Mechanica (1991)
Hydro-mechanical aspects of the sand production problem
I. Vardoulakis;M. Stavropoulou;P. Papanastasiou.
Transport in Porous Media (1996)
Vibration isolation using open or filled trenches
D. E. Beskos;B. Dasgupta;I. G. Vardoulakis.
Computational Mechanics (1986)
Calibration of constitutive models for granular materials using data from biaxial experiments
I. Vardoulakis;B. Graf.
Formation of shear bands in sand bodies as a bifurcation problem
I. Vardoulakis;M. Goldscheider;G. Gudehus.
International Journal for Numerical and Analytical Methods in Geomechanics (1978)
Volumetric sand production model and experiment
E. Papamichos;I. Vardoulakis;J. Tronvoll;A. Skjærstein.
International Journal for Numerical and Analytical Methods in Geomechanics (2001)
Dynamic thermo-poro-mechanical analysis of catastrophic landslides
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