3 edition of Methods of geological engineering in discontinuous rocks found in the catalog.
Methods of geological engineering in discontinuous rocks
Richard E. Goodman
|Statement||Richard E. Goodman.|
|LC Classifications||TA706 .G66|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 472 p. :|
|Number of Pages||472|
|LC Control Number||75042152|
Abstract. The paper discusses the important contribution that engineering geology makes to the construction processes of excavation and the forming of foundations. The contribution to the construction of highways is described. In particular, the influence of geology on cut slope stability, soft and hard ground excavation (including tunnelling), Cited by: 1. Moreover, the recent progress of using 3DP to reproduce discontinuous rock model is also presented, which may initiate new ways of studying complex discontinuous rock behavior. X-ray CT. Industrial X-ray CT imaging as a nondestructive method can be used to obtain 3D interior structures of a rock (Ketcham and Carlson, ).Author: Yang Ju, Zhangyu Ren, Jiangtao Zheng, Feng Gao, Lingtao Mao, Fu-pen Chiang, Heping Xie.
Engineering rock mass classification systems have been widely used with great success in Austria, South Africa, the United States, Europe, and India for the several reasons, such as they provide better communication between planners, geologists, designers, contractors, and engineers and an engineer's observations, experience, and judgment are. The expected readers of the book are all those involved in rock mechanics and rock engineering activities, in the fields of civil, mining and petroleum engineering, and engineering geology. This includes professionals working in field and laboratory testing, modelling of rock structures, rock engineering design or petroleum geomechanics.
A discontinuity set or family denotes a series of discontinuities for which the geological origin (history, etc.), the orientation, spacing, and the mechanical characteristics (shear strength, roughness, infill material, etc.) are broadly the same. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Goodman, Richard E. Methods of geological engineering in discontinuous rocks. St. Paul: West Pub. Co., ©
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"This work contains material from my courses at Berkeley in Engineering Geology and Applied Rock Mechanics. It could serve as a supplementary source for general courses in these fields, as well as a text in a more specialized course on geological engineering analysis.4/5(1).
"This work contains material from my courses at Berkeley in Engineering Geology and Applied Rock Mechanics. It could serve as a supplementary source for general courses in these fields, as well as a text in a more specialized course on geological engineering analysis.2/5(1).
Methods of Geological Engineering in Discontinuous Rocks. Richard E. Goodman curve defined deformation diameter dilatancy direct shear test direction discontinuous rock discussed displacement drill holes engineering geology equation equilibrium example excavation factor of safety finite element Methods of Geological Engineering in.
Rock Characterisation, Modelling and Engineering Design Methods not only describes the current state-of-the-art in rock characterisation, modelling and design, it also covers the manifold aspects of rock mechanics and rock engineering.
The book will be of interest to professionals, engineers and academics involved in the theoretical and practical aspects of rock mechanics and engineering. xii, pages: 26 cmPages: R. Goodman, “Methods of Geological Engineering in Discontinuous Rocks,” West Publishing, St. Paul, has been cited by the following article: TITLE: Simulation of Dynamic Fracturing of Continuum Rock in Open Pit Mining.
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These books are used by students of top universities, institutes and colleges. Engineering geology is the application of the geology to engineering study for the purpose of assuring that the geological factors regarding the location, design, construction, operation and maintenance.
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1 Properties and Behavior of Rocks and Rock Masses Geological Aspects: Igneous Rocks Geological Aspects: Metamorphic Rocks Geological Aspects: Sedimentary Rocks Factors Controlling the Mechanical Behavior of Rocks Deformation and Failure of Rocks Strength of Discontinuous Rock Masses and its Assessment Book Edition: 1.
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ion and modification of various surface features like rivers, mountains and takes along with their causes iii. Since its publication DDA has been verified, validated and applied in numerous studies worldwide and is now considered a powerful and robust method to address both static and dynamic engineering problems in discontinuous rock masses.
In this book Yossef H. Hatzor and Guowei Ma, co-chairs of the International Society for Rock Mechanics (ISRM. Rock masses and their use 2. GEOLOGY AND ROCKS Rock composition, grain size, and texture Minerals Texture Classification and formation of rocks Igneous rocks Sedimentary rocks Metamorphic rocks Engineering classification of rocks Strength of rocksFile Size: 27KB.
The development of rock engineering. 5 In a coal mine at Coalbrook in South Africa collapsed with the loss of lives. This event was responsible for the initiation of an intensive research programme which resulted in major advances in the methods used for designing coal pillars (Salamon and Munro, ).
The numerical, discrete element, Discontinuous Deformation Analysis (DDA) method was developed by Dr. Gen-hua Shi while he was working at the University of California, Berkeley, under the supervision of Prof.
Richard E. Goodman in the late s. Two-dimensional DDA was published in and three-dimensional DDA in Rock-mass engineering geomechanics is a branch of engineering geology that focuses on the formation and evolution law of engineering rock mass by the theories and methods of geomechanics.
It has gradually evolved through engineering practice since s. Since its publication DDA has been verified, validated and applied in numerous studies worldwide and is now considered a powerful and robust method to address both static and dynamic engineering problems in discontinuous rock masses.
In this book Yossef H. Hatzor and Guowei Ma, co-chairs of the International Society for Rock Mechanics (ISRM Cited by: 2.