The MS132 will focus on new numerical schemes suited for internal erosion phenomena, and on the numerical implementation of existing analytical-based models. Contributions such as case studies or back-analyses of internal erosion experiments, via computational tools, are also welcomed. We expect that the MS will cover a wide range of numerical approaches, including from CFD, for the modelling of internal erosion processes at the scale of the water retaining structure (e.g. FEM, FDM, FVM), down to the fundamental mechanisms at the REV- or grain scale (e.g. DEM, LBM, SPH, MPM).
- December 15, 2019: Deadline for presenting a one page abstract.
- February 28, 2020: Acceptance of the contributions and instructions for writing the final one page abstract;
- April 1, 2020: Deadline for submitting the final abstract and early bird registration.