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continuum theory of rock mechanics

Asszonyi, Csaba.

continuum theory of rock mechanics

by Asszonyi, Csaba.

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Published by Trans Tech Publications in Rockport, Mass .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Rock mechanics.,
  • Rheology.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Csaba Asszonyi and Richard Richter ; [translated from Hungarian by Bálint Balkay].
    SeriesSeries on rock and soil mechanics -- v. 4
    ContributionsRichter, Richard.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxxv, 332 p. ;
    Number of Pages332
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15130720M
    ISBN 100878490272

    Although theoretical in character, this book provides a useful source of information for those dealing with practical problems relating to rock and soil mechanics - a discipline which, in the view of the authors, attempts to apply the theory of continuum to the mechanical investigation of rock and soil media. The book is in two separate parts. Although Rock Mechanics addresses many of the rock mechanics issues which arise in underground mining engineering, it is not a text exclusively for mining applications. It consists of five categories of topics on the science and practice of rock engineering: basic engineering principles relevant to rock mechanics; mechanical properties of rock and rock masses; 5/5(3).

    The only modern, up-to-date introduction to plasticity Despite phenomenal progress in plasticity research over the past fifty years, introductory books on plasticity have changed very little. To meet the need for an up-to-date introduction to the field, Akhtar S. Khan and Sujian Huang have written Continuum Theory of Plasticity--a truly modern text which offers a continuum mechanics 5/5(3). This book examines the experimental and theoretical aspects of the pre-failure and post-failure behavior of geomaterials within the frame of bifurcation theory. Coverage includes basic continuum.

    of Rock Mechanics, Fourth Ed., Wiley–Blackwell, New York, pp. Intermediate to Advanced Books One of the best books on continuum mechanics in the twentieth century is Truesdell, C. A. (). A First Course in Rational Continuum Me-chanics, Second Ed., Academic, New York, pp., which introduces the basic concepts of classical mechanics. The entire subject is often called continuum mechanics, particularly when we adopt the useful model of matter as being continuously Solid mechanics developed in the outpouring of mathematical and physical studies following first to relate the theory of a beam as a bent elastic line to stress and strain in an actual beam, in a.


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Rock Mechanics - an introduction for the practical engineer Parts I, II and III First published in Mining MagazineApril, June and July Evert Hoek This paper is the text of three lectures delivered by the author at the Imperial College of.

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