Study on Characteristic and Energy of Argillaceous Weakly Cemented Rock under Dynamic Loading by Hopkinson Bar Experiment

Lingdong Meng, Lijun Han, Qingbin Meng, Kexiang Liu, Maolin Tian, Hexuan Zhu
2020 Energies  
To study the mechanical properties of argillaceous weakly cemented rock under dynamic loading, a sample reconstituted and graded loading scheme is firstly designed, and then the reorganization rock sample is used as the research object. Using a Hopkinson pressure bar test, the responses of an argillaceous weakly cemented rock mass under different reorganization loads and different impact velocities is studied, and changes in specimen shape after impact are also analyzed. The study found that
more » ... study found that with increased of the recombination load, the amplitude of the transmitted wave increases. With increasing impact velocity, the rate of the increase in the incident wave amplitude is much larger than that of the transmission wave amplitude. The dynamic stress–strain curve can be divided into a compaction stage, an approximate linear elastic stage, a microcrack growth stage and a strain softening stage. The larger the reorganization load is, the less obvious the compression stage of the stress–strain curve is, and the greater the elastic modulus is. The peak strength and elastic modulus increase with increasing strain rate before 500 s−1. When the reorganization load is increased, the deformation decreases, and its impact resistance increases. With increasing impact velocity, the deformation of the specimen increases.
doi:10.3390/en13123215 fatcat:nucoq7nq4vg25hl7rclpoej3ny