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Peter Grassl

Senior Lecturer

Postal address:

School of Engineering
University of Glasgow
United Kingdom

Email: peter.grassl@glasgow.ac.uk
Phone: 0141 330 5208
Office: Rankine Building, Room 817a

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Google Scholar Citations

  • New article: Ignatios Athanasiadis, Simon Wheeler and Peter Grassl. "Network Modelling of the Influence of Swelling on the Transport Behaviour of Bentonite." Geosciences. Vol. 6, Issue 4, Page 55, 2016.
    PDF (Open access)

  • 3D visualisation of the yield surface used in our model CDPM and CDPM2: YieldSurfaceCDPM

  • New paper: I. Athanasiadis, S. J. Wheeler and P. Grassl, "Network modelling of fluid retention behaviour in unsaturated soils", E3S Web Conf., 9, 11016, 2016.
    DOI (Open access)

  • New paper: P. Grassl, J. Bolander. "Three-Dimensional Network Model for Coupling of Fracture and Mass Transport in Quasi-Brittle Geomaterials", Materials, 9, 782, 2016.
    DOI (Open access)

  • We have created support pages for our constitutive model CDPM2 which has been implemented in OOFEM and LS-DYNA: Support for CDPM2


Research interests

Our research aims to predict and improve the durability of heterogeneous materials, such as concrete, rock and soils by combinig analyses and experiments of physical processes on several scales. We are particularly interested in understanding how fracture interacts with mass transport and heat transfer and predicting its influence on durability of construction materials. Our modelling approaches and results are described in our publications.

We are always looking for motivated students with interest in engineering and computational mechanics to join our research group. Please have a look here for current opportunities.

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