A strength and damage model for rock under dynamic loading

Vorobiev, Oleg Yu.; Antoun, Tarabay H.; Lomov, Ilya N.; Glenn, Lewis A.
April 2000
AIP Conference Proceedings;2000, Vol. 505 Issue 1, p317
Academic Journal
A thermodynamically consistent strength and failure model for granite under dynamic loading has been developed and evaluated. The model agrees with static strength measurements and describes the effects of pressure hardening, bulking, porous compaction, porous dilation, tensile failure, and failure under compression due to distortional deformations. This paper briefly describes the model and the sensitivity of the simulated response to variations in the model parameters and in the inelastic deformation processes used in different simulations. 1D simulations of an underground explosion in granite are used in the sensitivity study.


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