Modelling coupled phenomena in saturated porous materials

J. Kubik, M. Kaczmarek, A.I. Murdoch

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    The contents of this volume were delivered at an AMAS Advanced Course, held in Bydgoszcz from June 2-6, 2003, which addressed 'Modelling Coupled Phenomena in Saturaetd Porous Materials'. The course programme was designed to bring together lecturers who approach themodelling of such phenomena from a variety of contexts, viewpoints and aims, with the intention of providing participants with a broad framework for future researches. The lecture notes are being published to provide source material for PhD students and young researchers interested in studying, developing and applying the models here discussed. Relevant fields of applicationinclude biomechanics, civil and environmental engineering, and the earth and material sciences. Contained in this volume are eight contributions.
    Original languageEnglish
    JournalAMAS Lecture Notes Series
    Volume20
    Publication statusPublished - 2004

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    Keywords

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