Damage Evaluation for Rock Burst Proneness of Deep Hard Rock under Triaxial Cyclic Loading
|Published in:||Advances in Civil Engineering, 2018, v. 2018|
High stress and strong excavation disturbance are the main causes of dynamic disasters, rock burst in deep hard rocks, and are more frequent and violent than those in shallow, which seriously restricts the deep mining. Given rock burst encountered in deep mining of Lingnan metal mines, the optimized triaxial cyclic loading and unloading tests are designed to characterize the performance of rock failure and to evaluate the rock burst proneness. The correlation between elastic energy index and damage evolution is built, and rock burst proneness in each status is analyzed; furthermore, the dissipation energy in the failure process of deep rocks is explicated. In this paper, the law that the elastic energy index via damage increases is drawn. In terms of the dynamic disaster conditions in the deep rock, the identification approach for the damage zone of the rock burst is established.
|Copyright:||© 2018 Shuang You et al.|
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