A Novel Application of Strain Energy for Fracturing Process Analysis of Hard Rock Under True Triaxial Compression

Volume: 52, Issue: 11, Pages: 4257 - 4272
Published: Jun 1, 2019
Abstract
Energy principles, which can favorably explain the complete rock failure process, are one of the most reliable analysis approaches in rock mechanics and engineering. In this study, a strain energy approach under true triaxial compression (TTC) is proposed. On this basis, the energy evolution characteristics and variations of different failure behavior types (Class I, Class II and ductile failure) under TTC are analyzed. The variations of the...
Paper Details
Title
A Novel Application of Strain Energy for Fracturing Process Analysis of Hard Rock Under True Triaxial Compression
Published Date
Jun 1, 2019
Volume
52
Issue
11
Pages
4257 - 4272
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