Harmonising Rock Engineering and the Environment
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Harmonising Rock Engineering and the Environment

Harmonising Rock Engineering and the Environment

Proceedings of the 12th Isrm International Congress on Rock Mechanics, Beijing, China, 18-21 October 2011

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Harmonising Rock Mechanics and the Environment comprises the proceedings (invited and contributed papers) of the 12th ISRM International Congress on Rock Mechanics (Beijing, China, 18-21 October 2011). The contributions cover the entire scope of rock mechanics and rock engineering, with an emphasis on the critical role of both disciplines in sustainable development and environmental preservation. The main topics include (but are not limited to): * Site investigation and field observation. * Rock material and rock mass properties testing (laboratory and in situ). * Analysis techniques and design methods, modeling and numerical methods. * Information system, artificial intelligence and other advanced techniques. * Rock engineering in hazardous geo-environments. * Rock breakage and excavation techniques. * Underground storage of petroleum, gas, CO2, and nuclear waste disposal. Harmonising Rock Mechanics and the Environment will appeal to professionals, engineers and academics in rock mechanics, rock engineering, tunnelling, mining, earthquake engineering, rock dynamics and geotechnical engineering.
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Preface Organisation Muller lecture From empiricism, through theory, to problem solving in rock engineering, N.R. Barton Rocha Medal lecture Reduction of blast-induced vibration in tunnelling using barrier holes and air-deck, D. Park Invited lectures on ISRM 50th anniversary Fifty years of the ISRM and associated progress in rock mechanics, E.T. Brown The next 50 years of the ISRM and anticipated future progress in rock mechanics, J.A. Hudson New developments of rock engineering and technology in China, Q.H. Qian Keynote lectures New rock mechanics developments in China, X.-T. Feng Rock strength and failure: Some common and uncommon issues, A.J. Gonzalez-Garcia Discontinuum models for dam foundation failure analysis, J.V. Lemos Discontinuous deformation analysis: Advances and challenges, G.W. Ma Synthetic rock mass applications in mass mining, M.E. Pierce & C. Fairhurst How to select rock mass parameters for analysis and design, T. Ramamurthy &A. Ghazvinian Risk oriented design and construction of tunnels, W. Schubert Support of excavations subjected to dynamic (rockburst) loading, T.R. Stacey Advances in rock dynamics modelling, testing and engineering, J. Zhao, Y.X. Zhou & K.W. Xia Analysis and design methods Mine-by experiment performed in the Callovo-Oxfordian claystone at the Meuse Haute Marne underground research laboratory (France), G. Armand, A. Noiret, M. Cruchaudet & N. Conil Burgers rock creep around axisymmetric tunnels, S.D. Athanasopoulos, P.P. Nomikos &A.I. Sofianos Multi-parameter responses of soft rocks during deformation and fracturing and their implications in geomechanics and geoengineering, OE. Aydan, Y. Ohta & H. Tano Fractal approach to determine rock mass strength and deformation, M.N. Bagde, A.K. Raina, P.B. Choudhury &A. Sinha A theoretical analysis of core extrusion and squeezing behaviour in tunnelling, L. Cantieni, G. Anagnostou & R. Hug Applications of strain based damage criterion in geotechnical engineering, Y. Chang Solving some problems of geomechanics on the base of defining relations of post-limit deformation of rocks, A.I. Chanyshev, I.M. Abdulin & O.E. Belousova The structural geology contribution to rock mechanics modelling and rock engineering design, J.W. Cosgrove & J.A. Hudson Rock mass instability caused by incipient block rotation, A.V. Dyskin & E. Pasternak Attempt to advanced observational construction considering predictive analysis of long-term deformation, T. Fukuda, T. Takahashi, H. Yamada &Y. Jiang Vector sum method: A new method for anti-sliding stability analysis, X.R. Ge Design of a railway tunnel parallel to an existing tunnel, R.K. Goel, A. Swarup, R.K. Dayal &V. Bhardwaj Shear failure mechanism in oil wells due to reservoir compaction "A case study in Gachsaran formation, Iran", M. Gorjian, M. Moosavi, H. Memarian & H. Ajamzadeh Fractal analysis on the fracture development of sandstone using AE measurement, Z.Y. Yang, T.H. Huang, Y.X. Zhao & M.C. Tsai Static and dynamic response analyses of rock mass considering joint distribution and its applicability, N. Iwata, T. Sasaki, & R. Yoshinaka Numerical study on zonal disintegration of rock mass around deep underground openings, P. Jia, C.A. Tang &Y.B. Zhang The secondary lining design of subsea tunnel due to water inflow, K.-S. Joo, Y.-H. Suh, K.-H. Park, D.-H. Huh, E.-J. Hong, S.-J. Moon & S.-C. Lee An assessment of rock pillar considering excavation damaged rock zone, W.-B. Kim, T. Ha & H. Yang Response of granite under strain controlled loading and effect of support system on behaviour of large underground cavern, Rakesh Kumar, K.G. Sharma &A. Varadarajan Determination of backfill requirements in multi-reef mining using numerical modelling, K.B. Le Bron & R.A. Johnson Comparisons between two empirical yield criteria for rock masses, A.J. Li & R.S. Merifield Buckling failure of highly-stressed hard rocks surro