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A Piecewise Yield Failure Criterion including the Critical State for Brittle Rock

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Médium: article de revue
Langue(s): anglais
Publié dans: Advances in Civil Engineering, , v. 2020
Page(s): 1-18
DOI: 10.1155/2020/1612383
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The critical state of rock is an important index for measuring the changes in rock characteristics. However, this state is not unique because of the different researcher assumptions. Based on the theory of the partial differential equation proposed by Vutukuri, according to Mohr’s envelope, a piecewise yield failure criterion (referred to as the Mohr–Wedge criterion), including the critical state for brittle rock, is obtained by introducing the wedge model to solve this equation. The Mohr–Wedge (M–W) criterion consisting of nonlinear and linear components includes the critical state for brittle rock. When the minimum principal stress σ3 is lower than the confining pressure σk, the maximum principal stress σ1 varies nonlinearly with σ3; otherwise, σ1 varies linearly with σ3. This variation conforms to rock deformation features under triaxial compression. In this study, we investigate the rationality of this critical state by an analogy method and illustrate that the critical state mentioned in this criterion is related to the microcracks in the potential failure zone of the rock. Alternatively, the primary object of this study is to reveal the applicability of predicting the yield state for this criterion. The method used in our study is compared to the Mohr–Coulomb (M-C) criterion, the Hoek–Brown (H-B) criterion, and the Exponential (Exp.) criterion by the yield surfaces on the deviatoric plane. Notably, there is a vertex consistent region for the four criteria, but except for this region, the yield state of rock predicted by the four criteria is quite different, depending on the extent of the parameters for the criteria and the magnitude of the slopes of the yield surfaces. The results show that the M-W criterion has certain applicability for predicting the rock yield state by using the multiple data of rock triaxial compression tests in the published literature.

Copyright: © Jing Zhang et al.
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    01.01.2021
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    02.06.2021