By Shuren Wang, Paul C Hagan, Chen Cao
Advances in Rock-Support and Geotechnical Engineering brings jointly the newest study effects in regards to the conception of rock mechanics, its analytical tools and cutting edge applied sciences, and its functions in useful engineering. This ebook is split into six sections, rock assessments, rock bolting, grouted anchor, tunneling engineering, slope engineering, and mining engineering.
Coverage comprises fracture hinged arching technique and instability features of rock plates, failure modes of rock bolting, scale results, and loading move mechanism of the grouted anchor. additionally lined are fresh suggestions and functions in tunneling engineering, slope engineering, and mining engineering.
This publication offers cutting edge, sensible, and wealthy content material that may be used as a important reference for researchers venture tunneling engineering, slope engineering, mining engineering, and rock mechanics, and for onsite technical group of workers and lecturers and scholars learning the themes in similar universities.
- Enriches new theories on failure modes of rock plates, rock bolting mechanisms, and anchor loading transfer
- Develops new equipment of comparing the soundness of slope engineering and the roof balance of the mined-out areas
- Includes fracture hinged arching technique and instability features of rock plates, failure modes of rock bolting, scale results, and loading move mechanism of the grouted anchor
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A test method of mechanical shock rockbreaking was used in the School of Mining Engineering, University of New South Wales (UNSW), which is easy to operate and has a good visual effect. However, the test method has some defects: these indicators of speciﬁc energy and rock-breaking production per unit length have characteristics of data dispersion and poor statistical regularity. Furthermore, these indicators do not reﬂect well the size and distribution of rock fragmentation, and these indicators don’t speciﬁcally express the integrity and complexity of the rock structure.
2013). For example, Li et al. (1992) had conducted the impact crushing tests on four kinds of typical rocks under different loading waveforms, and found that the amount of energy absorbed by the rock was the most under the bell-wave loading. You and Hua (2002) conducted the conventional triaxial loading test, and proved that the amount of energy absorbed by the broken rock was increased in a linear manner with increasing conﬁning pressure. Xia et al. (2006) had carried out the impact experiments of man-made rock with different porosities with the Split Hopkinson Pressure Bar, the characteristic of energy dissipation and the inﬂuence of rock porosity on energy dissipation were investigated during the impact process, and the relationship between the energy dissipation of critical failure and rock porosity was also analyzed.
5 mm wide chisel with front rake angle 0 , back clearance angle 5 , and cemented tungsten carbide. Third, adjust the cutter depth of 5 mm through raising or lowering the lathe height. A ﬂat tray is prepared for collecting cutting debris, and the testing machine must be covered with transparent plastic sheeting to prevent debris scattered everywhere. Fourth, start the testing machine to cut the sandstone sample at a constant speed of 150 mm/s (Fig. 58A). Fifth, as shown in Fig. 58B, the sandstone sample should be rotated counterclockwise by 180 after the ﬁrst cutting is ﬁnished, then the second cutting can be operated along the same direction as the ﬁrst cutting.