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Publications tagged with [triaxial compression]

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This paper presents the rock mass parameters of Hawkesbury Sandstone
Reference: Australian Geomechanics Vol 39 No 3 September 2004
This Note presents a few selected results of an experimental testing program carried out at the ESRF in Grenoble, France. X-ray microtomography (with a spatial resolution of 14 μm) has been used to evaluate the onset and evolution of shear banding in a fine-grained ...
Reference: C. R. Mecanique 332 (2004) 819–826
In this paper the behavior of a Vosges sandstone is studied, including quasi-homogeneous deformation, incipient strain localization and localised rupture.
Reference: International Journal of Rock Mechanics & Mining Sciences 37 (2000) 1223-1237
Results of torsional ring shear, direct shear, and triaxial compression tests on cohesive soils reveal that the fully softened shear strength is stress - dependent and related to the type of clay mineral and quantity of clay - size particles. An empirical ...
Reference: Journal of Geotechnical and Geoenvironmental Engineering, Vol 123, No 4, 1997
This thesis contains details of an investigation into the applicability of Griffith's brittle fracture theory, modified to account for the effects of crack closure in compression, to the prediction of rock fracture behaviour.
Reference: Thesis submitted to the Faculty of Engineering of the University of Cape Town.