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Influence of strain energy released from a test machine on rock failure process
Canadian geotechnical journal (Print)
Rock instability occurs if the energy supplied to the rock failure process is excess. The theoretical analysis on the energy transfer in rock failure process revealed that the rock failure process is a result of the strain energy released from the test machine or the surrounding rock masses of wall rock, plus the additional energy input from an external energy source if the deformation of the rock is continued and driven by the external energy source. The strain energy released from the testdoi:10.1139/cgj-2017-0256 fatcat:wvd6m7xbczhb7i6q4jqwe4wv54