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The GEOMAS laboratory (Geomechanics, Materials, Structure) is a research team (EA 7495) under the supervision of INSA Lyon.

The laboratory is located on the Lyon-tech la Doua campus in Villeurbanne and brings together professors and researchers from the Civil Engineering field, particularly in the fields of structural mechanics, materials and geomechanics.

The laboratory's objective is to conduct excellent academic research, with partnership-based research, aimed at meeting industrial and societal needs in the fields of construction in the broadest sense (geomechanics, materials and structures) in interaction with their environment.


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Comportement dynamique SEDIMENT 74M25 micromechanics Granular materials BETON ARME Subdomain coupling 74J05 linear waves Gradient elasticity Granulométrie Damage Contrainte mécanique Wave propagation Civil engineering Plasticity Coupling Finite elements Generalized continua Finite element Transient analysis Éléments finis Couple stress model Cement rich in mayenite BRIQUE Dynamic behavior Shear Confinement COMPORTEMENT MECANIQUE Wave Propagation Discrete element method Modeling Reinforced concrete Béton armé Grain breakage Early age Composite coats 74Q15 effective constitutive equations 1 Alexios Aivaliotis Modélisation CISAILLEMENT Finite element modeling Chape autonivelante Enriched continua Cinétique Experiments Failure Méthode des éléments discrets Domain decomposition CHARGE Relaxed micromorphic model 74A60 micromechanical theories 74J10 bulk waves Fresh wood Condensation statique Building Ciment riche en mayénite Band-gaps Concrete Matériaux Delaunay tessellation 74B05 classical linear elasticity EXPERIMENTATION Interface Unbounded domains Couplage Clusters Comportement sismique Micromorphic continuum 74J20 wave scattering Génie civil Hydratation Ettringite binder Cisaillement BIOMATERIAU Fissuration Granular material Bâtiment Sediment Finite element method 75J15 surface waves Endommagement DALLE Seismic behaviour Ciment alumineux Force chains Size effects Dredged sediments Wave-propagation BENTONITE Bounded stiffness Materials Corresponding author Metamaterials Anisotropy Characteristic length Bifurcation Anchor Cosserat continuum Enriched continuum mechanics ARGILE Instability Heterogeneous asynchronous time integrator








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