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    Modeling and Simulation of Dynamic Unloading of Prestressed Rockmass

    Liang Wu1, Xiaorui Xiang1, Yang Chen1, Karrech Ali2,*, Junru Zhou1,*, Ming Chen3

    CMES-Computer Modeling in Engineering & Sciences, Vol.120, No.2, pp. 421-443, 2019, DOI:10.32604/cmes.2019.05218

    Abstract During the excavation of deep rock, a sudden change in boundary conditions will cause the in-situ stress on the excavation surface to release instantaneously. This disturbance propagates in the form of an unloading stress wave, which will enlarge the damage field of surrounding rock. In this paper, the dynamic unloading problem of the in-situ stress in deep rock excavation is studied using theoretical, numerical, and experimental methods. First, the dynamic unloading process of rock is analyzed through adopting the wave equation, and the equivalent viscous damping coefficient of the material is taken into consideration. Calculations More >

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