Chloe Arson

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Associate Professor,
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Constitutive Modeling: damage and healing in rock, influence of microstructure on macroscopic rock properties, thermo-hydro-chemo-mechanical couplings in porous media Numerical Modeling: Finite Element code development in laboratory-owned programs (in Fortran), implementation of new subroutines in commercial software (ANSYS, ABAQUS, PFC3D), algorithms for the validation and calibration of damage models (MATLAB) Geomechanical Applications: deep geological storage (nuclear waste disposals, carbon dioxide sequestration, high-pressure gas storage), shallow geothermal systems, hydraulic fracturing, ground improvement by jet-grouting, scour and erosion, ballast particle crushing Other Applications: retention properties of cracked cement paste, strength properties of damaged teeth repaired by resin injection

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