Engineering Rock Mechanics - 1st Edition - ISBN: 9780080430102, 9780080530932

Engineering Rock Mechanics

1st Edition

Part 2: Illustrative Worked Examples

Series Editors: John Hudson
Editors: John Harrison
eBook ISBN: 9780080530932
Hardcover ISBN: 9780080430102
Imprint: Elsevier Science
Published Date: 26th January 2001
Page Count: 524
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Engineering Rock Mechanics Part II: Illustrative Worked Examples can be used as an independent book or alternatively it complements an earlier publication called Engineering Rock Mechanics: An Introduction to the Principles by the same authors. It contains illustrative worked examples of engineering rock mechanics in action as the subject applies to civil, mining, petroleum and environmental engineering. The book covers the necessary understanding and the key techniques supporting the rock engineering design of structural foundations, dams, rock slopes, wellbores, tunnels, caverns, hydroelectric schemes and mines. There is a question and worked answer presentation with the question and answer sets collated into twenty chapters which match the subject matter of the first book.

Readership

Geologists, civil and geotechnical engineers

Table of Contents

Chapter Headings and Selected Contents

Preface. Units and Symbols. Part A: Illustrative Worked Examples - Questions and Answers. Introduction. Geological setting. Stress. In situ rock stress. Strain and the theory of elasticity. Intact rock: deformability, strength and failure. Fractures and hemispherical projection. Rock masses: deformability, strength, failure. Permeability. Anisotropy and inhomogeneity. Testing techniques. Rock mass classification. Rock dynamics and time dependency. Rock mechanics interactions and rock engineering systems. Excavation principles. Rock reinforcement and rock support. Foundations and slopes - instability mechanisms. Design of surface excavations. Underground excavation instability mechanisms. Design of underground excavations. Part B: Questions Only The questions in Part A are repeated here without the answers for those who wish to attempt the questions without the answers being visible Questions 1.1-1.5: Introduction. Questions 2.1-2.10: Geological setting. Questions 3.1-3.10: Stress. Questions 4.1-4.10: In situ rock stress. Questions 5.1-5.10: Strain and the theory of elasticity. Questions 6.1-6.10: Intact rock. Questions 7.1-7.10: Fractures and hemispherical projection. Questions 8.1-8.10: Rock masses. Questions 9.1-9.10: Permeability. Questions 10.1-10.10: Anisotropy and inhomogeneity. Questions 11.1-11.10: Testing techniques. Questions 12.1-12.10: Rock mass classification. Questions 13.1-13.10: Rock dynamics and time dependency. Questions 14.1-14.10: Rock mechanics interactions and rock engineering systems. Questions 15.1-15.10: Excavation principles. Questions 16.1-16.10: Rock reinforcement and rock support. Questions 17.1-17.10: Foundations and slopes - instability mechanisms. Questions 18.1-18.10: Design of surface excavations. Questions 19.1-19.10: Underground excavation instability mechanism. Questions 20.1-20.10: Design of underground excavations. Appendix 1. 3-D stress cube model. Appendix 2. Hemispherical projection sheet.
To view the projection as a pdf, please click /inca/publications/misc/621514_projection.pdfhere. Appendix 3. Rock mass classification tables: RMR and Q. References. Index.

Details

No. of pages:
524
Language:
English
Copyright:
© Elsevier Science 2001
Published:
Imprint:
Elsevier Science
eBook ISBN:
9780080530932
Hardcover ISBN:
9780080430102

About the Series Editor

John Hudson

About the Editor

John Harrison

Reviews

"When I took rock mechanics at Berkeley we used Prof. Goodman's book (of course), but I have found this book to be far more user friendly and complete. Although an understanding of geology and earth processes is essential for the subject to be understandable, this book and the accompanying book of worked problems will teach you the subject well and thoroughly..." Amazon Review