LMGC90

LMGC90 is an open-source software developed by the LMGC (Mechanical and Civil Engineering Laboratory), a research laboratory of the University of Montpellier and of the CNRS). The software implement the Discrete Elment Method NSCD « Non Smooth Contact Dynamics ». The LMGC90 software is dedicated to the modelling of large objects collections in interaction. It enables to simulate complex systems thanks to sophisticated and very detailed models. Each object modeled is defined through out its own geometry and a proper behaviour is associated to each body. A wide range of models (rigid, elastic, elasto-plastic, etc.) may be used to model objects behaviours. Moreover behaviours between objects are modeled by using many contacts law (friction, cohesion, etc.).


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  1. Beatini, Valentina; Royer-Carfagni, Gianni; Tasora, Alessandro: The role of frictional contact of constituent blocks on the stability of masonry domes (2018)
  2. Kim, Youngdae; Huber, Olivier; Ferris, Michael C.: A structure-preserving pivotal method for affine variational inequalities (2018)
  3. Dbouk, T.; Perales, F.; Babik, F.; Mozul, R.: A DF-IBM/NSCD coupling framework to simulate immersed particle interactions (2016)
  4. Leine, R. I.; Schweizer, A.; Christen, M.; Glover, J.; Bartelt, P.; Gerber, W.: Simulation of rockfall trajectories with consideration of rock shape (2014)
  5. Lim, Keng-Wit; Krabbenhoft, Kristian; Andrade, José E.: A contact dynamics approach to the granular element method (2014)
  6. Visseq, Vincent; Alart, Pierre; Dureisseix, David: High performance computing of discrete nonsmooth contact dynamics with domain decomposition (2013)
  7. Visseq, V.; Martin, A.; Iceta, D.; Azema, E.; Dureisseix, D.; Alart, P.: Dense granular dynamics analysis by a domain decomposition approach (2012)
  8. Cocou, Marius; Schryve, Mathieu; Raous, Michel: A dynamic unilateral contact problem with adhesion and friction in viscoelasticity (2010)
  9. Pratt, Elaine; Léger, Alain; Jean, Michel: About a stability conjecture concerning unilateral contact with friction (2010)
  10. Rafiee, Ali; Vinches, Marc; Bohatier, Claude: Application of the NSCD method to analyse the dynamic behaviour of stone arched structures (2008)
  11. Laniel, R.; Alart, P.; Pagano, S.: Consistent thermodynamic modelling of wire-reinforced geomaterials (2007)
  12. Saussine, G.; Cholet, C.; Gautier, P. E.; Dubois, F.; Bohatier, C.; Moreau, J. J.: Modelling ballast behaviour under dynamic loading. I: A 2D polygonal discrete element method approach (2006)
  13. Renouf, Mathieu; Alart, Pierre: Conjugate gradient-type algorithms for frictional multi-contact problems: applications to granular materials (2005)