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THE MECHANISM OF THE KAISER EFFECT IN PHYLLITE UNDER INDIRECT TENSILE LOADING
Determination of in-situ stress serves as an important step in the design and construction of civil and mining projects, among others. Conventional methods of the in-situ stress measurement are time- and cost-intensive. Therefore, the application of low-cost yet rapid methodologies for in-situ stress evaluation has been increasingly regarded by researchers. The Kaiser effect-based acoustic emission method is one of such novel approaches to the in-situ stress evaluation. Not only the point atdoi:10.17794/rgn.2022.3.2 fatcat:opjfo2ye7bafvhsvemrmn4h6um