Commit 9ae905f2 authored by KeitaYoshioka's avatar KeitaYoshioka Committed by Dmitry Yu. Naumov

Dislcaimer added, dates updated, missing pdf link fixed

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project = "PhaseField/me2_pf_case1.prj"
author = "Keita Yoshioka"
date = "2017-05-19T09:10:33+01:00"
date = "2020-07-27"
title = "Fluid driven percolation"
weight = 158
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## Problem description
**Note**, this project file runs only with a modified version of OGS
which you can find [here](https://github.com/KeitaYoshioka/ogs/tree/H2M_phasefield).
We simulate two different fluid percolation experiments performed on rock salt samples with a true tri-axial loading system as described in [this] (../Yoshioka_percolation.pdf). The experiments were performed under two different stress configurations as below.
We simulate two different fluid percolation experiments performed on rock salt samples with a true tri-axial loading system as described in [this PDF](../Yoshioka_percolation.pdf). The experiments were performed under two different stress configurations as below.
{{< img src="../ME2_stress_state_1.pdf" >}}
{{< img src="../ME2_stress_state_2.pdf" >}}
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project = "PhaseField/tpb_rgranite.prj"
author = "Keita Yoshioka"
date = "2017-05-19T09:10:33+01:00"
date = "2020-07-27"
title = "Three point bending test"
weight = 158
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## Problem description
**Note**, this project file runs only with a modified version of OGS
which you can find [here](https://github.com/KeitaYoshioka/ogs/tree/H2M_phasefield).
We simulate a three point bending test performed on Rockville granite as shown below. Details of the experiment can be found in Tarok et al. 2017.
{{< img src="../TPB_exp.png" >}}
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## Problem description
**Note**, this project file runs only with a modified version of OGS
which you can find [here](https://github.com/KeitaYoshioka/ogs/tree/H2M_phasefield).
We simulate three point bending tests performed on lamination orthogonal and parallel. The layer lamination is represented through the fracture toughnss $G_c$ as shown below.
{{< img src="../ME1_ext_2D_orthogonal_init.png" >}}
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