Poroelasticity Alexander H.-D. Cheng
Publisher: Springer International Publishing
3.1.1 Poroelastic Constitutive Equations. Deformation of porous rocks is investigated by experts of various fields. The theory of linear poroelasticity describes the interaction between mechanical effects and adding or removing fluid from rock. The assumptions of linearity between the stress (σij, p) and the strain (εij, ζ), and reversibility. The possible role of poroelasticity in the apparent viscoelastic behavior of passive cardiac muscle. A stabilized finite element method for nonlinear poroelasticity. The Biot formulation of the constitutive equations for a fluid-filled porous material is based on. Using the theory of linear poroelasticity. Lorenz Poroelasticity is a mixture theory in which a complex fluid-structure interaction is approx-. To model this behavior, parallel constitutive models have been developed, one denoted as poroelasticity and one as biphasic theory. This paper studies the poroelastic behavior of an alginate hydrogel by a combination of theory and experiment. Department of Civil Engineering, Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois.