Stress-based Dilatancy boundary models.
|CDM||Hampel (2012)||In high stress differences of boundary, damage and dilatant changes are modeled as a function of creep strain. This model enables to consider effects of common and reverse transient creep (Hampel, 2012).|
|Gunther and Salzer||Gunther and Salzer, 2007||This is a strain hardening model in which total deformation rate is a function of effective strain hardening (Gunther and Salzer, 2007).|
|Minkley and Muhlbauer||Minkley and Mühlbauer, 2007||In this model, stress-strain relationship is modeled by a developed Burgers model in which deformation history is considered through a state variable. Also, this model includes a damage module to consider the damage changes, fracture and post failure (Minkley and Mühlbauer, 2007).|
|KIT||Pudewills, 2007||This model applies elasto-visco-Plastic context to describe the total deformation rate (Pudewills, 2007).|
|Lubby2-MDCF||Institut fur Unterirdisches Bauen, IUB||In this model, total inelastic deformation rate in non-dilatant creep and dilatant creep are described by shear deformation and tensile deformation respectively (IUB).|
|Hou and Lux||Hou and Lux, 1999||In this model, inelastic strain rate is considered through adaption of visco-plastic deformation in creep without volume changes, damage and healing resulting from dilatancy and compression respectively (Hou and Lux, 1999).|