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Rock Dynamics: From Research to Engineering
Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Rock Dynamics and Applications

ISBN 9781138029538
Published November 4, 2016 by CRC Press
568 Pages

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Rock Dynamics: From Research to Engineering is a collection of the scientic and technical papers presented at the Second International Conference on Rock Dynamics and Applications (RocDyn-2, Suzhou, China, 18-19 May 2016). The book has four sections. The first section contains 8 keynote papers, covering a wide range of dynamic issues related to rock mechanics and rock engineering, from rock failure mechanism and stress wave propagation to seismic behaviour and impact. Section 2 includes papers on rock dynamic theory and numerical modelling, focussing on theoretical aspects of rock fracture dynamics, wave propagation, numerical methods and numerical modelling works. Papers on laboratory testing and experimental techniques are collected in Section 3, including new testing facilities, data monitoring and data analysis. Section 4 deals with case studies and engineering applications, and presents state-of-the-art papers on rock engineering related to dynamic conditions such as earthquake and blasting.


Table of Contents


Modelling of deep mining induced seismicity for hazard estimation
D.A. Beck

Induced seismicity in the development of EGS—benefits and drawbacks
D. Elsworth, Y. Fang, Q. Gan, K.J. Im, T. Ishibashi & Y. Guglielmi

Dynamic behavior of NPR bolt and its application to rock burst control
M.C. He, C. Li, W.L. Gong & D.Q. Liu

Dynamics of impact cratering
T. Kenkmann

Analysis of nonlinear spherical wave propagation for concretes
H.W. Lai, Z.J. Wang, L.M. Yang & L.L. Wang

Determination of dynamic property of rock joints based on SHPB tests
J.C. Li, H.B. Li, X. Chen & Y. Zou

Fracture specific stiffness as the critical link among fracture properties
L.J. Pyrak-Nolte

The effect of true-triaxial stress path on induced fracturing in anisotropic gneiss
R.P. Young & M.H.B. Nasseri

Experimental techniques and laboratory testing

High strain rate response of Himalayan quartzitic gneiss by using split Hopkinson pressure bar device
Anuradha, S. Mishra, T. Chakraborty, V. Matsagar, P. Chandel & M. Singh

Overview of geological materials research at the Cavendish Laboratory
C.H. Braithwaite, S.S. Kirk, A.P. Jardine & J.E. Field

Study of rock inhomogeneity with ultrasonic tomography using concrete block and limestone block at laboratory scale
Herman, N.P. Widodo & I. Arif

A laboratory crushing apparatus for understanding dynamic rock fragmentation
S. Huang & B. Mohanty

Laboratory observation on the seismic response of the filled joint under high amplitude stress waves
X.L. Huang, S.W. Qi & K.W. Xia

A trial of 3D printing on rock dynamics
C. Jiang, G.F. Zhao, M.Z. Gao & Y.X. Zhao

Experimental study on dynamic response of rock masses with different joint matching coefficients
N.N. Li, J.C. Li, H.B. Li & S.B. Chai

Research on mechanical properties of gneissic granite under real-time temperature
X.F. Li, D.W. Wu, X.F. Zhang & H. Deng

Research on the static and dynamic properties of the granite in Xinjiang Province Tianhu Area for the geological disposal of the high level radioactive waste
K. Man, H.S. Ma, X.L. Liu, F.Q. Gong & Z.M. Chen

Determination of the dynamic shear strength of granite under confined pressure
G.J. Min, S.W. Oh, M.S. Kim, J.J. Yoon, S.H. Cho & L. J. Park

Strain localization in rocks under uniaxial compression and direct tension
I.A. Panteleev, O.A. Plekhov & O.B. Naimark

Behaviour of underground structures in soft rocks under different strain rate and litho-static pressure
K.S. Rao, S. Mishra & N.K. Gupta

Petrophysical and engineering behavior of oil shale from Assam, India
K.S. Rao & A. Kumar

Experimental study on stress wave propagation across joints with different joint matching coefficients
L.F. Rong, J.C. Li, H.B. Li & S.B. Chai

Effect of loading rate on mechanical properties of anisotropic sandstone under compressive loading
A. Taheri

Mechanical behavior of artificial rock contained single plane of weakness under impact loads
T.T. Wang, H.H. Li, T.R. Tzeng & Z.Y. Yang

An experimental study of dynamic tensile failure of rocks subjected to hydrostatic confinement
B. Wu & K. Xia

Dynamically induced gouge degradation and implications for fault instability
W. Wu

Measurement of dynamic surface sliding of cement joint by Hopkinson bundle bars
S.L. Xu, C.Y. Shi, L. Zhang & L.J. Zhou

Dependence of dynamic tensile strength and fracture toughness of Longyou sandstone on heat-treatment temperature and loading rate
W. Yao & K. Xia

Experimental research on rockburst tendency and acoustic emission characteristics of coal under different gas pressures
Z.Q. Yin, Z.X. Hu, C.Q. Zhuo & A.Y. Yuan

Shear strength and Hugoniot Elastic Limit (HEL) of rock materials under shock loading
Q.B. Zhang

Anti-seismic research for cracked lining structure
H.C. Zhou, W.P. Xu, W.G. Qiu & K.G. Sun

Full field strain statistics and failure mechanism of granite under dynamic and quasi-static compression
L.J. Zhou, S.L. Xu & C.Y. Shi

Application of 3D printing and micro-CT scan to rock dynamics
T. Zhou & J.B. Zhu

The effect of strain rate on compressive strength of water saturated sandstone
Z.L. Zhou, X. Cai, Y. Zhao, L. Chen & C. Xiong

Dynamic theories and numerical modelling

Numerical simulation for cylindrical wave transmission across jointed rock masses
S.B. Chai, J.C. Li & H.B. Li

Adaptive coupling of smooth particle hydrodynamics and finite-element method for rock blasting simulations
D. Deb & A. Khan

A parameter-variable creep damage model considering the effects of loading frequency for rock salt and its engineering application in deep storage cavern
G.X. Ding, L.J. Ma, M.Y. Wang, Y. Wang & L. Dong

Indentation fragmentation mechanism of anisotropy shale under dynamic and static loads
G.J. Dong, P. Chen & T.S. Ma

Relationships between interface stress element method and applied element method
B. Feng, H. Chen & R.Q. Lan

Numerical investigation on the effect of fracture filling material on P-wave propagation
Y.L. Gui & Z.Y. Zhao

3D seismic imaging for monitoring rock-mass degradation and excavation damage
J.W. Huang, J.W. Flynn, S. Mustonen & R.P. Young

Numerical modeling investigation on blasting of rock under different earth stresses
C. Jiang & Y.J. Ning

Classification of mechanisms of induced earthquakes: From a view of rock mechanics
J.Q. Kang & J.B. Zhu

From earthquake to aseismic creep: What governs fault slip modes?
G.G. Kocharyan

Calculation of the irreversible deformation region under a large-scale underground explosion based on block hierarchical structure
J. Li, M.Y. Wang & Q.H. Qian

Validation study of the Particle-based Numerical Manifold Method (PNMM) on stress wave propagation
X. Li, Q.B. Zhang, L. He & J. Zhao

Crack initiation and propagation simulation for polycrystalline-based brittle rock utilizing three dimensional distinct element method
X.F. Li, H.B. Li, J.C. Li & X. Xia

Study of the failure process in large-sized coal-rock mass under static and dynamic loading by three-dimensional numerical simulation
X.L. Li & C.L. Li

A FEM-based numerical study of responses of underground openings subject to plane, cylindrical, compressive and tensile waves
Z.Y. Liao, N.M. Lam & J.B. Zhu

Numerical simulation of sand production in oil well considering particle size effect
X.S. Liu, M. Xu & L. Zhang

Study on determining REV of fractured rock masses considering hydro-mechanical effect
X.S. Liu, L. Zhang & Z.H. Zhou

Dynamic stability analysis of rock slope based on permanent displacement ratio theory
W.D. Ni, G.B. Zhao & M.J. Sun

Numerical modeling of fracture behaviour of sandy mudstone under impact loading
L.X. Xie, W.B. Lu, Q.H. Jiang, Q.B. Zhang & L. He

The numerical simulation study on explosive shock response of ship large cabin
X. Xiong, X.Y. Wu & J. Jin

Engineering applications and case studies

The dynamic simulation of ground motion of Lushan earthquake by finite element method
Y.Z. Bai, X.W. Xu & Q. Zhou

Numerical simulation of blasting vibration on high cutting slope
X.L. Cao, W.X. Gao, N. Wu, H. Zhao & D.H. Liu

Seismic dynamic reliability analysis of bedding rock slopes based on Newmark-method
X.L. Chen, W.H. Gong, Y. Li, J.W. Qiu & X.H. Zhong

Microseismic characteristics analysis of fault activation induced by excavation unloading at the left bank underground powerhouse of the Baihetan hydropower station, China
F. Dai, A. Li, N.W. Xu & Y.L. Fan

The cavity detection method of highway subgrade and the grouting effects contrast
H.L. Deng, Y. Guo & G. Chen

The design and implementation of automatic warning system of tunnel monitoring
H.L. Deng, G. Chen & Y. Guo

Dynamic loads and design of tunnel supports using rock mass quality
R.K. Goel

A numerical model to determine the best time to start infill drilling in a mature reservoir
I. Khurshid

Seismic monitoring of nuclear power plants in Russia
S.B. Kishkina, E.G. Bugaev & I.A. Sanina

Integrating structural and numerical solutions for road cut slope stability analysis—A case study, India
J. Kundu, K. Sarkar & A.K. Singh

In-situ monitored seismic response of a rock tunnel
C.L. Kung, Y.C. Chiu, T.T. Wang & T.H. Huang

Numerical simulation of blasting excavation in reconstruction and expansion tunnel
D. Liu, W.X. Gao, B.P. Sun & D.H. Liu

Rockburst prevention schemes of coal mines in China
Z.H. Ouyang, S.K. Zhao & Q.X. Qi

Application of microseismic monitoring technology in deep mining
Z.Y. Song & H.G. Ji

New brittleness indices to describe rock failure under compressive load
A. Taheri & H. Munoz

The effect of pre-stress on wave velocity and waveform
M. Tao, H.T. Zhao, K. Du, T.B. Yin & X.B. Li

Low transient strength of hard rocks at spontaneous failure
B.G. Tarasov

Numerical simulation and analysis of rock heap formation under seismic motion
J.X. Wang & Y. Yin

Nondestructive detection and intelligent diagnosis technology of anchorage system
M. Xu, X.S. Liu & Z.X. Yan

Multi-scale characteristics of rockburst under the multi-level stress control
S.K. Zhao, Q.X. Qi, Z.H. Ouyang & Z.G. Deng

Time history analysis method for dynamic fuzzy reliability of bedding rock slope
X.H. Zhong, W.H. Gong, X.L. Chen, J.W. Qiu & Y. Li

Pseudo-dynamic analysis of stability of layered rock slope subjected to seismic loads
W. Zhou, H.B. Li, Y.Q. Liu & S.B. Chai

Microseismic energy evolution of high rock slop during excavation and after reinforcement
D.Y. Zhuang, Z.Z. Liang, C.A. Tang & K. Ma

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Haibo Li is a research professor at the Institute of Rock and Soil Mechanics of the Chinese Academy of Sciences. He worked in the School of Civil and Environmental Engineering at Nanyang Technological University of Singapore between 1997 and 1999. His research interests are rock mechanics and rock dynamics, shock and impact mechanics, and underground construction technology.

Jianchun Li is a professor of geomechanics at Southeast University and a research professor at the Institute of Rock and Soil Mechanics of the Chinese Academy of Sciences. She worked in the School of Civil and Environmental Engineering at Nanyang Technological University of Singapore and in the Laboratoire de mécanique des roches (LMR) at Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL) of Switzerland between 2006 and 2010. Her research interests are rock mechanics and dynamics, shock and impact mechanics, protective engineering, and underground technology. She is an Editor-in-chief of Geomechanics and Geophysics for Geo-Energy and Geo-Resource, and an Associate Editor of Rock Mechanics and Rock Engineering. She has authored/co-authored over 100 publications, including 5 book/edited volumes, and about 50 ISI journal articles.

Qianbing Zhang obtained PhD in rock mechanics at Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL) of Switzerland in 2014. He spent a short period at Cambridge University’s Cavendish Laboratory as a visiting research fellow before joining Monash University as a Lecturer on rock mechanics, resources and geological engineering in 2015. His research interests are rock dynamics, fracture mechanics, underground excavation and support.

Jian Zhao is a professor of rock mechanics at Monash University since 2013, a Fellow of the International Society for Rock Mechanics (ISRM) since 2015, and the Editor-in-Chief of Tunnelling and Underground Space Technology since 2001. After obtaining a PhD on rock mechanics at Imperial College London in 1987, he was on the faculty of Nanyang Technological University of Singapore for 15 years and then a professor of rock mechanics and tunnelling at Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne of Switzerland for 10 years. He teaches and researches rock mechanics and underground technology at universities and practises geotechnical and underground engineering through consulting. He has supervised over 40 PhDs and authored/co-authored over 350 publications, including 15 book/edited volumes, and about 150 ISI journal articles. He has been actively involved in professional societies and industry, including serving as an independent director of a listed company in Singapore, on the Executive Board of the International Tunnelling and Underground Space Association (ITA) and a Vice President of the International Society for Rock Mechanics (ISRM).