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Specimens of triaxial tests ordinarily response as element in the axisymmetric condition, and it is theoretically correct assumption. However, for anisotropic rocks, the axisymmetric condition is not always satisfied because incremental relationships between stresses and strains are not coaxial. In addition, such rock specimen often shows non-uniform deformation behaviors due to end frictions. As the reason, the influence of end restraints on deformation behaviors of anisotropic rocks duringdoi:10.1051/e3sconf/20199202008 fatcat:plvygooj5nfqnkhfrxfv2zxkwe