# Mechanics of Jointed and Faulted Rock

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Mechanics of Jointed and Faulted Rock book

# Mechanics of Jointed and Faulted Rock

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Mechanics of Jointed and Faulted Rock book

Edited ByH.P. Rossmanith

Edition 1st Edition

First Published 1998

eBook Published 27 April 2018

Pub. location London

Imprint Routledge

Pages 676 pages

eBook ISBN 9780203747810

SubjectsEngineering & Technology

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Rossmanith, H. (Ed.). (1998). Mechanics of Jointed and Faulted Rock. London: Routledge, https://doi.org/10.1201/9780203747810

Topics covered in this text include: geology and structural geology; mechanics; dynamics of jointed and faulted rock; physical modelling and testing; constitutive modelling; seismicity and tectonics; instrumentation; hydraulics; and applications.

## TABLE OF CONTENTS

part 1|74 pages

Plenary lectures

ByHans-Peter Rossmanith

chapter 1|8 pages

#### Mining below 3000m and challenges for the South African gold mining industry

ByR.G. Gürtunca

chapter 6|11 pages

#### The contribution of Historical Earthquake Research to the analysis of seismic hazard and the tectonic stress field

ByR. Gutdeutsch

chapter 8|6 pages

#### Catastrophic sliding over a fault caused by accumulation of dilation zones

ByA.V. Dyskin, A.N. Galybin, B.H. Brady

part 2|56 pages

Geology

ByHans-Peter Rossmanith

chapter 9|6 pages

#### Mapping concealed faults in 3-D along the Wasatch Fault zone

ByA.K. Benson, S.T. Hash

chapter 10|6 pages

#### Stress perturbation near two fault zones in Himalayas-field measurements and numerical simulation

ByS. Sengupta, D. Joseph, C. Nagaraj, A. Kar

chapter 11|6 pages

#### On interaction of arbitrary oriented faults systems

ByA.S. Bykovtsev, D.B. Kramarovsky, D.I. Bardzokas

chapter 12|6 pages

#### Morphotectonic indications for the opening of Davis Strait

ByAdrian E. Scheidegger

chapter 13|6 pages

#### Neotectonic synthesis of the mediterranean Languedoc region, Southern France

ByF.A. Audemard M.

chapter 14|6 pages

#### Lithological and structural models of the Gideå Study Site, Ångermanland Province, Sweden

BySven Follin, Lars Mærsk Hansen, Jan Hermanson

chapter 15|6 pages

#### Controls of range-bounding faults adjacent to the Yellowstone hotspot, USA

ByD.R. Lageson

chapter 16|5 pages

#### Recent tectonic stress field research in Shanxi graben system

ByFangquan Li, Meijian An

chapter 17|6 pages

#### History of folding in the Magura nappe, Outer Carpathians, Poland

ByA.K. Tokarski, A. Świerczewska

part 3|26 pages

Faults

ByHans-Peter Rossmanith

chapter 18|6 pages

#### Extensional joints and faults: A 3D mechanical model for quantifying their ratio – Part 1: Theory

ByRiccardo Caputo, Giovanni Santarato

chapter 19|6 pages

#### Extensional joints and faults: A 3D mechanical model for quantifying their ratio – Part 2: Applications

ByRiccardo Caputo, Giovanni Santarato

chapter 20|5 pages

#### From joint and fault quantification to simulation of 3-D conceptual fracture models

ByC. Castaing, B. Bourgine, J.P. Chilès, A. Genter

chapter 21|6 pages

#### Influence of density, pressure and mean grain diameter on shear band localization in granular materials

ByE. Bauer, J. Tejchman

part 4|83 pages

Joints

ByHans-Peter Rossmanith

chapter 22|6 pages

#### Mechanical behaviour of Dionysos marble smooth joints: I. Experiments

ByG. Armand, M. Boulon, C. Papadopoulos, M.E. Basanou, I.P. Vardoulakis

chapter 23|6 pages

#### Mechanical behaviour of Dionysos marble smooth joints under cyclic loading: II. Constitutive modeling

ByCh.Th. Papadopoulos, M.E. Basanou, I.P. Vardoulakis, M. Boulon, G. Armand

chapter 25|5 pages

#### A constitutive model for the mechanical behaviour of bolted rock joint

ByF. Pellet, M. Boulon

chapter 26|5 pages

#### 3-D-laser measurements and representation of roughness of rock fractures

ByF. Lanaro, L. Jing, O. Stephansson

chapter 27|7 pages

#### What’s ‘rough’? Modelling the vague meaning of joint roughness classifiers by means of empirical fuzzy sets

ByThomas Raab, Qian Liu

chapter 28|6 pages

#### Some remarks about an in situ shear vane technique for claystone

ByA. Clerici, D. Martello

chapter 29|6 pages

#### Description of a fracture morphology in regard of its behaviour during shearing

ByJ. Riss, S. Gentier, R. Flamand, G. Archambault

chapter 31|6 pages

#### Mechanical behaviour of natural joints of granodiorite under high normal stress

ByG. Armand, M. Boulon, N. Hoteit, S. Cannic

chapter 32|6 pages

#### The effect of shear displacement on the void geometry of aperture distribution of a rock fracture

ByIn Wook Yeo, Robert W. Zimmerman, Michael H. de Freitas

chapter 33|6 pages

#### Development of Shear Testing Equipment to Investigate the Creep of Discontinuities in Hard Rock

ByU.W. Vogler, D.F. Malan, K. Drescher

chapter 34|5 pages

#### A Formulation of Shear Strength for Rock Joints Included Two or Three Different Asperities

ByH. Kusumi, K. Nishida, K. Teraoka

part 5|42 pages

Dynamics

ByHans-Peter Rossmanith

chapter 35|6 pages

#### Velocity amplification considered as a phenomenon of elastic energy release due to softening

ByA.M. Linkov, R.J. Durrheim

chapter 36|6 pages

#### Rayleigh Pulse-Induced Fault Slip: Model and Application

ByK. Uenishi, H.P. Rossmanith, R.E. Knasmillner

chapter 37|6 pages

#### Modeling of Characteristics of Waves Propagating in Arbitrary Anisotropic Media

ByM.N. Luneva

chapter 38|4 pages

#### Time-Dependent Elastic Properties in the Earth and Their Causes

ByG.H.R. Bokelmann

chapter 39|6 pages

#### Electrical Resistivity of Jointed Rock and its Correlation to Elastic Wave Velocity

ByI. Sekine, H. Nishimaki, A. Saito, R. Yoshinaka

chapter 40|6 pages

#### Mechanical Anisotropy of Granites: Evidence from Comparative Experimental Study and Fabric Analysis

ByR. Přikryl, Z. Pros, T. Lokajıček

part 6|40 pages

3D Modelling

ByHans-Peter Rossmanith

chapter 44|6 pages

#### 3D Behaviour of Bolted Rock Joints: Experimental And Numerical Study

ByM. Kharchafi, G. Grasselli, P. Egger

chapter 47|6 pages

#### Implementation of The Barton-Bandis Criterion in A Three-Dimensional Numerical Model

ByJ. Hadjigeorgiou, A. Ghanmi

part 7|31 pages

Fractures

ByHans-Peter Rossmanith

chapter 49|7 pages

#### Drilling-induced tensile fractures: Formation and constraints on the full stress tensor

ByP. Peška, M.D. Zoback

chapter 51|3 pages

#### Two technologies of rock samples cutting: Their effect on samples strength properties

ByP. Konečný Jr, L. Sitek

chapter 52|5 pages

#### Study of scale effects on the deformability modulus of rock by means of a discontinuous model

ByF. Re, C. Scavia

part 8|67 pages

Testing

ByHans-Peter Rossmanith

chapter 53|6 pages

#### Crack initiation at a heterogeneity in a rock sample subjected to the Brazilian test

ByB. Van de Steen, A. Vervoort, J. Jermei

chapter 54|4 pages

#### Laboratory tests to investigate the effect of presence of discontinuities on rock cutting parameters

ByM. Cheraghi Seifabad

chapter 56|6 pages

#### Acoustic emission of jointed and intact granite during triaxial compression test

ByD. Amitrano, D. Hantz

chapter 57|5 pages

#### Numerical simulation of the Kaiser effect under triaxial stress state

ByV. L. Shkuratnik, A. V. Lavrov

chapter 58|6 pages

#### Acoustic emission preceding macro crack formation in samples containing a stress concentrator

ByB. Van de Steen, M. Wevers

chapter 59|7 pages

#### Effects of discrete memory during rock deformation

ByJoanna Pinińska, Wacław M. Zuberek

chapter 60|3 pages

#### Fracture analysis of loaded rocks by means of acoustic emission

ByE. Janurová, L. Sosnovec

chapter 61|6 pages

#### Crack detection in salt rock and implications for the geomechanical situation

ByTh. Spies, J. Eisenblätter

chapter 62|5 pages

#### Geomechanical behavior of a heated 3m block of fractured tuff

ByS.C. Blair, W. LIn

chapter 63|6 pages

#### Laboratory equipment for the strength and deformability studies of the rock materials under m ultiaxial stress state

ByV.E. Levtchouk, E.G. Gaziev

part 9|98 pages

Mining and underground construction

ByHans-Peter Rossmanith

chapter 64|6 pages

#### Fracturing around deep level stopes: Comparison of numerical simulation with underground observations

ByE.J. Sellers, J. Berlenbach, J. Schweitzer

chapter 66|6 pages

#### Fracture development around underground excavations in rock salt

ByS. Kwon, J.W. Wilson

chapter 68|6 pages

#### Field Measurement and Model Test on Tunnel Deformation

ByYoshiyuki Kojima, Toshihiro Asakura, Masahiro Nakata, Koji Mitani, Toyohiro Ando, Kazuyuki Wakana

chapter 69|6 pages

#### Influence of the rock’s joints frequency on the tunnel lining stress state

ByN.N. Fotieva, K.E. Zalessky, N.S. Bulychev

chapter 70|6 pages

#### Numerical analyses of the trial underground exploitation of dimension stone

ByB. Kovačević-Zelić, S. Vujec

chapter 72|6 pages

#### Shear creep of discontinuities in hard rock surrounding deep excavations

ByD. F. Malan, K. Drescher, U. W. Vogler

chapter 73|5 pages

#### Improvement of post-pillars behaviour providing its confinement by tailings backfill

ByM.O.C.H.Costa e Silva

chapter 74|5 pages

#### Extension of concealed fractures: Why did a collapse of the sea-cliff at the western entrance of the Toyohama Tunnel, Hokkaido, Japan occur?

ByT. Watanabe, N. Minoura, T. Ui, M. Kawamura, Y. Fujiwara, H. Matsueda, H. Yamagishi

chapter 75|6 pages

#### Mining induced fractures for roof in logwall stope and their behavior

ByHong-Ci Wu

chapter 76|5 pages

#### Research and application of the inside-injection grouting bolts

ByYi Gongyou, Zhang Chuanguo

chapter 77|6 pages

#### Research on an IDSS for rock support design in Jinchuan mine

ByLiu Tongyou, Zhou Chengpu, Gao Qian, Ma Nianjie

chapter 78|6 pages

#### A control system for tunnel boring machines in jointed rock

ByA.H. Zettler, R. Poisel, D. Lakovits, W. Kastner

chapter 79|6 pages

#### Voussoir beam analysis of an underground marble quarry

ByA.I. Sofianos, A.P. Kapenis, C. Rogakis

part 10|31 pages

Slope stability

ByHans-Peter Rossmanith

chapter 81|6 pages

#### Stability analysis of wedges in jointed rock masses using finite element analysis

ByA. Fahimifar

chapter 83|6 pages

#### The influence granular structure of rockfalls on their spreading along mountain slopes

ByV.V. Adushkin, V.G. Spungin

chapter 84|5 pages

#### The new method for modelling of slopes stability at changeable temperature field

ByA. M. Demine, K.A. Gulakyan

part 11|72 pages

Hydromechanics

ByHans-Peter Rossmanith

chapter 85|6 pages

#### The Behavior of Induced Pore Fluid Pressure In Undrained Triaxial Shear Tests On Fractured Porous Analog Rock Material Specimens

ByGuy Archambault, Stéphane Poirier, Alain Rouleau, Sylvie Gentier, Joëlle Riss

chapter 86|6 pages

#### Evaluation of jointed rock permeability using a high pressure triaxial apparatus

ByB. Indraratna, A. Haque, W. Gale

chapter 87|6 pages

#### Channelling effects in the hydraulic behaviour of rock-joints

ByM. Kharchafi, T. Jacob, P. Egger, F. Descoeudres

chapter 88|6 pages

#### Modelling of Hydro-Mechanical Coupling in Rock Joints

ByX. Dunat, M. Vinches, J.-P. Henry, M. Sibai

chapter 89|4 pages

#### On the experimental study of mass transport in a fracture model

ByJ. H. Lee, J. M. Kang

chapter 90|6 pages

#### Hydromechanical Behavior of a Fracture: How to Understand the Flow Paths

ByS. Gentier, J. Riss, D. Hopkins, E. Lamontagne

chapter 91|6 pages

#### Experiments on Hydro-Thermo-Mechanical and Chemical Parameters in a Fracture

ByS. Gentier, P. Baranger, L. Bertrand, L. Rouvreau, J. Riss

chapter 93|6 pages

#### Quantification and Simulation of Fissural Permeability at Different Scales

ByJ. Sausse, M. Lespinasse, J.L. Leroy, A. Genter

chapter 94|6 pages

#### Investigating Fractured-Porous Systems – The Aquifer Analogue Approach

ByC.I. McDermott, M. Sauter, R. Liedl

chapter 95|7 pages

#### Damage mechanics approach for hydromechanical coupling in rock joints under normal stress

ByM. Bart, J.F. Shao

chapter 96|4 pages

#### Hydromechanics of Fractured Rock Masses: Results from an Experimental Site in Limestone

ByY. Guglielmi

part 12|24 pages

Dam

ByHans-Peter Rossmanith

chapter 97|6 pages

#### Contribution of a 3D model to the analysis of the hydromechanical behaviour of a jointed rock mass dam foundation

ByH. Bargui, J. Billiotte, R. Cojean

chapter 98|6 pages

#### Behavior of jointed rock masses during construction of embankment dams

ByYoshikazu Yamaguchi, Masaki Kawasaki, Hiroyuki Ishikawa, Hitoshi Yoshida, Norihisa Matsumoto

chapter 99|5 pages

#### Ultimate bearing capacity of the foundation of a gravity dam, on an isotropic transverse rock media

ByA. Serrano, C. Olalla

chapter 100|4 pages

#### Mechanism and assessment of the interstratal and intrastratal fractures

BySu Shengrui

part 13|7 pages

Supplement

ByHans-Peter Rossmanith

chapter 101|5 pages

#### The influences of perforation parameters to wellbore instability and sand production

ByA. Samsuri, S.K. Subbiah