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Rock stress and rock stress measurements

International Symposium on Rock Stress and Rock Stress Measurements (1986 Stockholm, Sweden)

Rock stress and rock stress measurements

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Published by Centek Publishers in Luleå, Sweden .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Rock mechanics -- Congresses.,
  • Rock pressure -- Congresses.,
  • Rock pressure -- Measurement -- Congresses.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementeditor, Ove Stephansson.
    ContributionsStephansson, Ove, 1938-, International Society for Rock Mechanics.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTA 706 I622 1986
    The Physical Object
    Paginationx, 694 p. :
    Number of Pages694
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20389998M
    ISBN 10918699817X


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Rock stress and rock stress measurements by International Symposium on Rock Stress and Rock Stress Measurements (1986 Stockholm, Sweden) Download PDF EPUB FB2

Rock masses are initially stressed Rock stress and rock stress measurements book their current in situ state of stress and to a lesser natural state. Whether one is interested in the extent on the monitoring of stress change. formation of geological structures (folds, faults, The subject of paleostresses is only briefly intrusions, etc.), the stability of artificial struc­ discussed.

tures (tunnels, caverns, mines, surface excava Cited by: Rock masses are initially stressed in their current in situ state of stress and to a lesser natural state. Whether one is interested in the extent on the monitoring of stress change. formation of geological structures (folds, faults, The subject of paleostresses is only briefly intrusions, etc.), the stability of artificial struc­ discussed.

Rock stress and rock stress measurements book tures (tunnels, caverns, mines, surface excava. Rock masses are initially stressed in their current in situ state of stress and to a lesser natural state. Whether one is interested in the extent on the monitoring of stress change.

formation of geological structures (folds, faults, The subject of paleostresses is only briefly intrusions, etc.), the stability of Rock stress and rock stress measurements book struc discussed.

tures (tunnels, caverns, mines, surface excava The 5/5(1). Rock Anisotropy and the Theory of Stress Measurements book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers.

Any undisturbed rock mass is subject Ratings: 0. The magnitude and orientation of the stress field ata point within a rock mass can be measured but there is no known method by which the state of stress at a point can be accurately determined by instruments located remotely.

In general, measurements are made inside boreholes, on outcrops or on the Rock stress and rock stress measurements book surfaces of under­ ground cavities.

New theories have been proposed regarding their origin and various techniques have been developed to measure in-situ stresses.\/span>\"@ en\/a> ; \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0\n schema:description\/a> \" 1 Introduction -- Stress at a point -- Importance of rock stress -- History -- Classification of rock stresses -- Content of the book.

Rock masses are initially stressed in their current in situ state of stress and to a lesser natural state. Whether one is interested in the extent on the monitoring of stress change.

formation of geological structures (folds, faults, The subject of paleostresses is only briefly intrusions, etc.), the stability of artificial struc- discussed.

tures (tunnels, caverns, mines, Author: Bernard Amadei. There is an increasing focus on in-situ measurements, because rock properties are considered as site-specific; that is, the properties of a rock type at one site can be significantly different from those of the same type at another site, even if the geological environments are similar.

The book also discusses stress and strain components. Get this from a library. Rock stress and rock stress measurements: proceedings of the International Symposium on Rock Stress and Rock Stress Measurements, Stockholm, September [Ove Stephansson;]. where τ 0 is the cohesion, μ is the coefficient of friction, σ n is the normal stress across the fault and p is the pore pressure within the fault zone.

Laboratory measurements of μ are generally in the range – (Byerlee, ; Dieterich, ).Thus, for a given state of stress, the strength of a fault would depend on its orientation, pore pressure, and cohesive strength.

Rock stress is a difficult quantity to estimate because the rock stress measuring techniques consist of perturbing the rock, measuring displacements or hydraulic parameters, and. The latest developments for in-situ rock stress measuring techniques p.

3 Rock stress measurements as a practical rock engineering tool p. 11 Extensive stress measurements program at the Toulnustoue hydroelectric project - Quebec, Canada p. 25 In situ rock stress measurements in Western Australia's Yilgarn Craton p.

Rock stress and rock stress measurements book magnitude and orientation of the stress field ata point within a rock mass can be measured but there is no known method by which the state of stress at a point can be accurately Rock stress and rock stress measurements book by instruments located remotely.

In general, measurements are made inside boreholes, on outcrops or on the internal surfaces of under- ground : Bernard Amadei.

Introduction to Rock Mechanics. This note explores the nature of rocks and rock masses as construction, foundation, or engineering materials. in situ stresses and stress measurements, rock slope engineering and underground excavations in rock.

This book is the result of the experience of the writer in teaching the subject of Applied. Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published.

Rock anisotropy and the theory of stress measurements by Bernard Amadei,Springer-Verlag edition, in EnglishCited by: @article{osti_, title = {Stress measurements in anisotropic rock by hydraulic fracturing}, author = {Haimson, B.C.

and Avasthi, J.M.}, abstractNote = {Many practical applications of rock mechanics require knowledge of the in-situ state of stress.

Conventional stress measuring methods, such as borehole deformation gage and door stopper techniques, are severely. The result indicated a stress field with unexpected magnitude and orientation.

A careful review of the overcore data suggested the overcore strain measurements were valid. Moreover, concentrated rock-burst activity suggested that the measured stress field did exist, but was localized and therefore did not represent the far-field in situ stress.

Determination of Stress State in Rock Mass Using Strain Gauge Probes CCBO Article (PDF Available) in Procedia Engineering December with. Stress and Strain Rocks are subject to stress —mostly related to plate tectonics but also to the weight of overlying rocks—and their response to that stress is strain (deformation).

In regions close to where plates are converging stress is typically compressive—the rocks are being : Steven Earle. This book is a practical reference for geoscientists and engineers in the petroleum and geothermal industries, and for research scientists interested in stress measurements and their application to problems of faulting and fluid flow in the crust/5(24).

Rock Stress and Earthquakes book. Rock Stress and Earthquakes. The evaluation of in-situ rock stress is not only important in the exploration and engineering involving rock masses for mining, hydropower, tunneling, oil and gas production, and stone quarrying, but also in the geodynamics and earthquake prediction.

Difficulties with Cited by: 5. IN SITU TRESS MEASUREMENTS. SM for Rock Stress Determination - [EUR 4] SM for In Situ Stress Measurement Using the Compact Conical-Ended Borehole Overcoring (CCBO) Technique - [EUR 4] SM for Rock Stress Estimation - Part 1: Strategy for Rock Stress Estimation [EUR 4] Part 2: Overcoming Methods [EUR 4].

Stress field of the Earth’s crust, by Zang and Stephansson, This book provides an overview of in-situ stress and also offers detailed information on methodologies and procedures for various stress measurements. Several stress measurement methods commonly used in stress estimation for geothermal reservoirs are mentioned in this report.

Stress is a concept which is fundamental to rock mechanics principles and applications. There are three basic reasons to understand stress in the context of engineering rock mechanics: There is a pre-existing stress state in the ground and we need to understand it, both directly and as the stress state applies to analysis and Size: 2MB.

Rock Fractures in Geological Processes - by Agust Gudmundsson April MN/m 3). Hence the vertical stress on the element is 2, tonnes/m 2 or 27 MPa. This stress is estimated from the simple relationship: σv = γ z (1) where σv is the vertical stress γ is the unit weight of the overlying rock and z is the depth below surface.

Measurements of vertical stress at various mining and civil engineering sites around. It is shown that the procedure will not be hampered by difficulties reported with the individual stress measuring techniques. Our strategy is based on the directions of the ISRM suggested methods for rock stress estimation by hydraulic fracturing and hydraulic tests on pre-existing fractures (Haimson & Cornet, ).

T1 - Stress regimes in the lithosphere. AU - Engelder, T. PY - Y1 - N2 - After introducing the various stress regimes in the lithosphere, the book shows how their extent in the upper crust is demarcated by direct measurements of four types: hydraulic fracture, borehole-logging, strain-relaxation, and rigid-inclusion by: In the present study, the results of the hydrofracturing in-situ stress measurements conducted in the Jijicao rock block of the area are first presented.

Subsequently, the distribution characteristics of the in-situ stress field in terms of stress magnitude and orientation are analyzed. Finally, the obtained regional stress field is : X.G. Zhao, L.K. Ma, X.Y. Wang X.H. Qin. Determination of principle stresses or strains from measurements.

Compatibility equations. Stress and strain in polar and cylindrical coordinates. Finite strain. Friction on Rock Surfaces.

Introduction. Amonton’s law. Friction on rock surfaces. Stick-slip oscillations. Sliding on a plane of weakness. The rock mechanical models presented account for the influence of discontinuities on the stress-strain behavior and the permeability of jointed rock masses.

This book is for: Civil- and Mining-Engineers - Geologists - Students in the related fields. Compressional stress, which squeezes rock; and 3. Shear stress, which result in slippage and translation.

When rocks deform they are said to strain. A strain is a change in size, shape, or volume of a material. We here modify that definition somewhat to say that a strain also includes any kind of movement of the material, including translation.

The triaxial cell is equipped with strain gauges and installed in a pilot borehole. In a second step, this cell is overcored, the resulting strains are monitored and by means of the separately measur. fabric of rocks. The mechanical nature of rock.

ANALYSIS OF STRESS AND lNFINITESIMAL STRAIN Introduction. Defìnition of stress. Stress in two dimensions. Stress in three dimensions. Stress calculations in three dimensions.

Mohr's representation of stress in three dimensions. The use ofFile Size: KB. conferences on rock stress, e.g. Xieand the recent book by Zang & Stephansson Despite extensive work on the subject of in situ rock stress, problems are often experienced during stress measurement campaigns; whichever stress measurement methods are used.

This is partly due to the fact that stress is a second order tensor. 5 Relationships between rock quality, depth and seismic velocity Some preliminary relationships between RQD, F, and Vp Relationship between rock quality Q and Vp for hard jointed, near-surface rock masses Effects of depth or stress on acoustic joint closure, velocities and amplitudes.

Measurements of in situ rock stresses by overcoring were required to obtain design information for location of the transition from concrete to steel liner. Practical details of the stress measurements, the results and their interpretation with regard to topography and the regional tectonic environment are presented, together with an explanation.

A suggested integrated field testing approach is outlined in which the results of rock characterization, topographic relief, and geological structure studies are used to rationally plan in situ stress measurements that cover the stress field behavior throughout a project boundaries.

Another measure of rock resistance to brittle failure is the energy absorbed by the rock during fracture propagation. The critical energy absorbed is referred to as material toughness. A third measure of resistance to fracture is the stress intensity at the fracture tip that must be reached if the fracture is to by: 1.

etc.), and the rock mass properties. Stress is an enigmatic quantity which, according to classical mechanics, is defined at a point in a continuum and is independent of the constitutive be havior of the medium. The concept of stress used in rock mechanics is consistent with that formulated by Cauchy and generalized by St.

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An example of an electromagnetic device is shown in Figure Most rock is also resistive, however, and the overall resistivity depends on the porosity, that is, the volume of pore space as well as the conductivity of the enclosed fluids.density, source material, stress history, and ebook.

Some engineering properties (e.g., undrained engineering properties of rock masses, with appropriate emphasis placed on visual observations and measurements of mass and volume can be performed on Shelby tube samples or California or.