Excavation damaged zone in clay formations time-dependent

Excavation damaged zone in clay formations time-dependent

EXPERIMENTAL STUDY OF TUNNELS IN SQUEEZING …

1-1', (d) radial strain with time at section 2-2', (e) radial strain with time at section 3-3', and (f) radial strain with time at section 4-4'. .. 61 Figure 3-13 Longitudinal displacement profile of the excavated tunnel after unloading the rock

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Effects of joint surface roughness and orientational

Abstract Investigating the mechanical behavior of the excavation damage zone (EDZ) in jointed rocks is essential for underground openings. In this numerical study, the effects of joint surface roughness and orientational anisotropy on the size and shape of EDZ in jointed rocks were examined, based on a diversion tunnel excavated in columnar jointed rocks at the Baihetan …

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Application of Distributed Optical Fiber Sensing

Feb 22, 2018 · P. Blümling, F. Bernier, P. Lebon, and C. Derek Martin, "The excavation damaged zone in clay formations time-dependent behaviour and influence on performance assessment," Physics and Chemistry of the Earth, Parts A/B/C, vol. 32, no. 8–14, pp. 588–599, 2007. View at: Publisher Site | Google Scholar

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[PDF] Similarities in the hydromechanical response of

The excavation damaged zone in clay formations time-dependent behaviour and influence on performance assessment P. Blumling, F. Bernier, P. Lebon, C. Martin Geology

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Excavation Damaged Zone - 2 - Andra

Excavation damaged zone in clay formations time-dependent behaviour and influence on performance assessment December 2007 Physics and …

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Geohydromechanical Processes in the Excavation Damaged

The excavation damaged zone in clay formations time-dependent behaviour and influence on performance assessment. Clay formations in their natural state exhibit very favourable conditions for disposal of radioactive waste. One concern regarding waste disposal is that due to the necessary underground excavations and the associated disturbance and damage in the area …

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During the construction of the Oahe Dam on the Missouri River 16 km northwest of Pierre, South Dakota (fig. 1), the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers observed time-dependent vertical ground offsets up to 0.3 m in the flat-lying Pierre Shale (smectitic clay shale) that crops out …

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The excavation damaged zone in clay formations time

Fracture development around deep underground excavations

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Excavation Damaged Zone (EDZ) In the Meuse Haute Marne

Jul 09, 2007 · The construction of the laboratory itself serves a research purpose through monitoring of the excavation effect. The excavation damaged zone (EDZ) is major issue investigated by permeability measurements, by a systematic geological survey, by velocity measurements in radial borehole and by extensometer measurements.

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‪C. Derek Martin‬ - ‪Google Scholar‬

Blümling P., Bernier F., Lebon P. & Martin D., 2005, The Excavation-Damaged Zone in Clay Formations – Time-dependent Behaviour and Influence on Performance Assessment, International Meeting "Using natural and engineered clay-based barriers for the containment of radioactive waste", Tours 14-18 mars

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Hydrovac 101: Everything You Need to Know About Hydrovacs

75% of damages caused in the utility industry are from shovel strikes. The Common Ground Alliance (an association dedicated to ensuring public safety, environmental protection, and integrity of services by promoting effective practices for preventing damage to underground utilities in North America) recognizes both vacuum excavation and hand digging as safe ways …

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Modelling the excavation damaged zone using a hydro

Modelling the excavation damaged zone using a hydro-mechanical double-scale model Disposal of spent nuclear fuel and long lived radioactive waste in deep clay geological formations is one of the promising options worldwide. Understanding these time-dependent phenomena processes in relation to both the effects of pore water dissipation

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The excavation damaged zone in clay formations time

Fracture development around deep underground excavations

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TM 5-818-7 Foundations in Expansive Soils - WBDG

shales that often contain colloidal clay minerals such as the montmorillonites. Expansive soils as used in this manual also include marls, clayey siltstones, sand-stones, and saprolites. a. Damages from differential movement. The differ-ential movement caused by swell or shrinkage of ex-pansive soils can increase the probability of damage to

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Excavation Damaged Zone (EDZ) In the Meuse Haute Marne

Jul 09, 2007 · The construction of the laboratory itself serves a research purpose through monitoring of the excavation effect. The excavation damaged zone (EDZ) is major issue investigated by permeability measurements, by a systematic geological survey, by velocity measurements in radial borehole and by extensometer measurements.

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Application of Distributed Optical Fiber Sensing

Fracture development around deep underground excavations

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Fracture development around deep underground excavations

It has been shown that the excavation damaged zone (EDZ) in this formation is heavily affected by the anisotropic mechanical response of the material related …

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Analysis of EDZ Development of Columnar Jointed Rock Mass

for the long-term safety of a high-level waste underground repository is the excavation disturbed zone and/or excavation damaged zone near the repository, and their hydromechanical and geochemical evolution with time. The creation of an excavation disturbed or damaged zone is expected for all man-made openings in geologic formations.

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SSGG 9 - Excavation Damaged Zone Modelling in Claystone

Excavation Damaged Zone Modelling in Further, M is the time derivative of the water mass inside Ω, m i F., Lebon, P., Derek Martin, C.: The excavation damaged zone in clay formations time-dependent behaviour and influence on performance assess-ment. Phys. Chem. Earth 32, 588–599 (2007)

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Anisotropy of electrical conductivity of the excavation

Apr 01, 2010 · Electrical resistivity measurements were performed to characterize the anisotropy of electrical resistivity of the excavation damaged zone (EDZ) at the end-face of a gallery in the Opalinus clay of the Mont Terri Underground Rock Laboratory (URL). The excavation damaged zone in clay formations time-dependent behaviour and influence on

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