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<p>The aim of this paper is to estimate the uniaxial compressive strength (UCS) of rocks with different characteristics by using genetic expression programming (GEP). For this purpose, five different types of rocks including basalt and ignimbrite (black, yellow, ...
Reference: Journal of Rock Mechanics and Geotechnical Engineering 5 (2013) 325–329
In this paper, engineering geological properties of the entrance portal section of Konak&ouml;n&uuml; Tunnel, located on Black Sea Coastal Highway, Turkey, is studied. Moderately weathered basaltic and andesitic tuffs orderly to be driven by the entrance ...
Reference: Scientific Research and Essays Vol. 6(31), pp. 6566-6583, 16 December, 2011
In this study, applicability of the excavatability classification systems in underground excavations is investigated. For this purpose, the entrance portal of the Konak&ouml;n&uuml; (Araklı-Trabzon) tunnel, excavated in volcanic rocks within the scope of Black ...
Reference: Scientific Research and Essays Vol. 6(25), pp. 5331-5341, 30 October, 2011
This paper summarizes physical volcanological, geochemical, and time-volume characteristics of the Plio-Pleistocene part of the Southwestern Nevada Volcanic Field (SNVF) as an example of an extremely low volume-flux end member of basaltic fields.
Reference: Earth and Planetary Science Letters 261 (2007) 201-216
This paper describes the most important geochemical and petrological characteristics of the Plio-Quaternary volcanism in Italy, with the aims of (i) clarifying the first-order processes of magma genesis and evolution and (ii) providing constraints for models ...
Filed under: Geology -  General Geology
Reference: 32nd International Geological Congress, Episodes Vol.26 No.3
<p>Porosity, density and strength measurements were conducted on rock samples collected from the Hayward Fault region in Northern California as part of the Hayward Fault Working Group's efforts to create a working model of the Hayward Fault.</p>
Reference: U.S.G.S, Open-File Report 01-421
<p>Young volcanics erupted since late Pliocene as a result of lithospheric extension within the transtensional zones along the NE-SW trending letf-lateral Yumurtalik fault zone that mark the boundary between the African and the Anatolian plates in southern ...
Reference: Yerbilimleri, 22 (2000), 137-148, Bulletin of Earth Sciences Application and Research Centre of Hacettepe University