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Bryozoan limestone experience—the case of Stevns Klint[J]. AIMS Geosciences, , 5 2 : Article views PDF downloads Cited by 1.

Knowledge of the strength and elastic modulus of a reservoir rock is important for the optimisation of a particular geothermal resource. Variations in rock mass elastic modulus are qualitatively similar values vary from 1 to 2 GPa up to the elastic modulus of the intact rock, 40 GPa. Our study highlights that macrofractures and joints reduce rock mass strength and should be considered when assessing the rock mass for well stability and rock mass deformation due to stress redistribution in the reservoir. We present a case study to demonstrate how a simple and cost-effective engineering method can be used to provide an indication of the in situ strength and elastic modulus of reservoir rock masses, important for a wide range of modelling and stimulation strategies.

Rock mass rating

Casualties in the United States are primarily caused by rockfalls, rock slides, and debris flows. Worldwide, landslides occur and cause thousands of casualties and billions in monetary losses annually. The information in this publication provides an introductory primer on understanding basic scientific facts about landslides—the different types of landslides, how they are initiated, and some basic information about how they can begin to be managed as a hazard. Click on image for larger version. La Conchita, coastal area of southern California. This landslide and earthflow occurred in the spring of People were evacuated and the houses nearest the slide were completely destroyed.

Urbanowicza Street, Warsaw, Poland. Sikorskiego Street, Wroclaw, Poland. In this paper, a multiscale modelling and simulation of destress blasting of rock mass is presented. The proposed and novel approach combines two separate 3D solutions: the first was obtained for the small-scale problem, face s blasting process, and the second for the global scale problem, seismic wave propagation within very large volumes of surrounding rock mass. Both the approaches were based on explicit dynamic modelling methodology using the central difference method. For this purpose, a selected volume of a rock mass comprising a blasted mining face was modelled in detail. From the numerical simulation, pressure distribution over the modelled rock was obtained, which was the basis for an initial condition for the global 3D FE model.

Rock Masses

To study the strengthening mechanism and effect underlying the reinforcement of a fractured rock mass with grouting, compressive shear tests were conducted with an RMTB rock mechanics test system. Prefabricated structural surfaces were strengthened with a new inorganic dual-liquid grouting material at five water—cement ratios 0. The effects of these water—cement ratios of the grouting on the deformation, strength, and failure characteristics of the prefabricated structural surface were analyzed. The results show that reinforcement with grouting significantly influenced the bearing capacity of the structural surface. The shear strength of the structure was significantly improved and the deformation resistance of the structural surface was enhanced. The shear stress—displacement curves, generated in compressive shear tests of the grouting-reinforced structures, were all nonlinear. The shearing process comprised three stages: elasticity, yield, and failure.

Destress Blasting of Rock Mass: Multiscale Modelling and Simulation

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Analyzing geological drilling hole images acquired by Axial View Panoramic Borehole Televiewer APBT is a key step to explore the geological structure in a geological exploration. Conventionally, the borehole images are examined by technicians, which is inefficient and subjective. In this paper, three dominant types of borehole-wall images on coal-rock mass structure, namely, border images, fracture images and intact rock mass images are mainly studied. The traditional image classification methods based on unified feature extraction algorithm and single classifier is not effect for the borehole images. Therefore, this paper proposes a novel two-stage classification approach to improve the classification performance of borehole images.

Bryozoan limestone experience—the case of Stevns Klint

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Show all documents Implementation of a time domain random walk method into a discrete element method to simulate nuclide transport in fractured rock masses flow in fractured rock masses , that is, continuous model [3—5], dual-continuum model [6—8], equivalent continuum model [9—11], discrete fracture network DFN [12—14], and hybrid model [15—17]. In continuous model, rock masses are treated as continuum porous media with porosity and permeability and continuum-mechanics formulations can be used to describe flow and transport in media. It is a simple way but does not reflect the real flow path and velocity distribution in rock masses. In dual-continuum model, the rock matrix and fractures are represented as two overlapping and interactive continuum media with different mechanical and flow characteristics.

Metrics details. Knowledge of the strength and elastic modulus of a reservoir rock is important for the optimisation of a particular geothermal resource. Variations in rock mass elastic modulus are qualitatively similar values vary from 1 to 2 GPa up to the elastic modulus of the intact rock, 40 GPa. Our study highlights that macrofractures and joints reduce rock mass strength and should be considered when assessing the rock mass for well stability and rock mass deformation due to stress redistribution in the reservoir. We present a case study to demonstrate how a simple and cost-effective engineering method can be used to provide an indication of the in situ strength and elastic modulus of reservoir rock masses, important for a wide range of modelling and stimulation strategies.

Imani, M. The spacing of discontinuities in relation with the foundation width play an important role in the strength of rock mass, because this parameter may give an insight to the continuous or discontinuous behaviours of the rock foundations. In this paper, using distinct element method, the ultimate bearing capacity of a rock foundation with one to three joint sets is determined. Different values of joint spacing are considered and the variation of bearing capacity with the spacing is monitored. The spacing for which the rate of variation of the bearing capacity is negligible is reported as the limit between the continuous and discontinuous behaviours of rock foundations.

The rock mass rating RMR is a geomechanical classification system for rocks , developed by Z. Bieniawski between and Recently RMR14 [2] has been proposed to improve the RMR performance by incorporating new experiences from tunnel practices. Each of the six parameters is assigned a value corresponding to the characteristics of the rock.

Landslide Types and Processes

Gibson, W. The assessment of strength of rock masses is a key element for the analysis of many rock excavations, both open pit and underground. Despite its popularity, this method has some inconsistencies. Rock masses with differing fracture frequencies and joint conditions can have the same GSI and therefore the same strength can be assessed. This paper describes a method to assess the rock strength of the rock masses based on the joint condition and fracturing of the rock.

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  1. Tea R. 10.01.2021 at 11:43

    In this study, the joint shear strength of low-strength Hungarian sandstones of different grain size and surface roughness was investigated.