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Analysis of crack propagation in a “pull-out” test

.1520/STP410-EB Contrafatto, L., & Cosenza, R. (2014). Behaviour of post-installed adhesive anchors in natural stone. Construction and Building Materials 68, 355–369. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.conbuildmat.2014.05.099 10.1016/j.conbuildmat.2014.05.099 Contrafatto L. & Cosenza R. 2014 Behaviour of post-installed adhesive anchors in natural stone Construction and Building Materials 68 355 – 369 https://doi.org/10.1016/j.conbuildmat.2014.05.099 Elices, M., Guinea, G. V. G., Gómez, J., Planas, J., & Gomez, J. (2002). The cohesive zone model

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Reinforcement of Underground Excavation with Expansion Shell Rock Bolt Equipped with Deformable Component

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The basic type of rock mass reinforcement method for both preparatory and operational workings in underground metal ore mines, both in Poland and in different countries across the world, is the expansion shell or adhesive-bonded rock bolt. The article discusses results of static loading test of the expansion shell rock bolts equipped with originally developed deformable component. This component consists of two profiled rock bolt washers, two disk springs, and three guide bars. The disk spring and disk washer material differs in stiffness. The construction materials ensure that at first the springs under loading are partially compressed, and then the rock bolt washer is plastically deformed. The rock bolts tested were installed in blocks simulating a rock mass with rock compressive strength of 80 MPa. The rock bolt was loaded statically until its ultimate loading capacity was exceeded. The study presents the results obtained under laboratory conditions in the test rig allowing testing of the rock bolts at their natural size, as used in underground metal ore mines. The stress-strain/displacement characteristics of the expansion shell rock bolt with the deformable component were determined experimentally. The relationships between the geometric parameters and specific strains or displacements of the bolt rod were described, and the percentage contribution of those values in total displacements, resulting from the deformation of rock bolt support components (washer, thread) and the expansion shell head displacements, were estimated. The stiffness of the yielded and stiff bolts was empirically determined, including stiffness parameters of every individual part (deformable component, steel rod). There were two phases of displacement observed during the static tension of the rock bolt which differed in their intensity.

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Remarks On The Sources Of Error In The Modelling Of Lunar Geotechnical Structures

and cosmic radiation, extremes in temperature and radiation, meteorites [ 8 ] , abrasive and adhesive dust. It appears that at least 2.5 m of regolith cover would be required to keep the annual dose of radiation at 5 rem, which is the allowable level for radiation workers [ 9 ] . In the following sections, a finite element analysis of the wall–backfill interaction is described and discussed, in order to provide preliminary results, which can then inform the interpretation of the physical modelling results. The relative impact of the investigated factors on the

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