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Title: Develop a quantitative understanding of rockmass behaviour near excavations in deep mines, part 2
Authors: Napier, JAL
Hildyard, MW
Kuijpers, JS
Daehnke, A
Sellers, EF
Malan, F
Siebrits, E
Ozbay, MU
Dede, T
Turner, PA
Keywords: SIMRAC
GAP 029
Rock mass behaviour
Underground rock fracturing
Issue Date: Dec-1995
Citation: Napier, JAL, et al. 1995. Develop a quantitative understanding of rockmass behaviour near excavations in deep mines, part 2. Safety in Mines Research Advisory Committee, GAP 029, December, 1995, 1-173
Abstract: Modelling of failure processes in rock is an essential adjustment to the analysis of observations of underground rock fracturing. The identification of mechanisms of deformation represents a basic step in understanding of rock mass behaviour and provides a foundation for the prediction of this behaviour in different geological settings and at different working depths
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10204/1639
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