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  • Chapter 4 Engineering Classification of Rock Materials

    Rock mass properties are comprised of features gener-ally observed, measured, and documented in the field for in-place rock. Discontinuities are distinct breaks or interruptions in the integrity of a rock mass that convert a rock mass into a discontinuous assemblage of blocks, plates, or irregular discrete rock particles. A discrete rock

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  • TUNNEL DESIGN BY ROCK MASS CLASSIFICATIONS

    2011-5-15 · 4. Rock mass classifications, which thus form the backbone of the empirical design approach, are widely employed in rock tunneling and most of the tunnels constructed at present in the United States make use of some classification system. The most extensively used and the best known of these

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  • Design Manual Using the Rational Method to Chapter 4 ...

    2015-6-30 · Chapter 4—Drainage Section 4A-5—Using the Rational Method to Determine Peak Flow Page 2 of 10 . The Rational Equation . The Rational Method uses the Rational equation given below: Q = CIA (Equation 4A-5_1) where: Q = Peak flow, ft. 3 /s. C = Runoff coefficient (dimensionless). I = Rainfall intensity, in/hr. A = Drainage area, acres.

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  • Chapter 5 Engineering Properties of Soil and Rock

    2020-12-16 · method and correlations being used. Many of the correlations developed to determine soil properties are based on N60-values. SPT N values shall be corrected for hammer efficiency, if applicable to the design method or correlation being used, using the following relationship. N. 60 = (ER/60%) N (5-1) Where: N = uncorrected SPT value (blows/ft)

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  • THE DEFORMATION MODULUS OF ROCK MASSES -

    2011-3-11 · one in situ method alone; two or more methods should be used to crosscheck the results.” As is also stated by several authors, it is known in virtually all methods of field modulus measurement or estimation that they give values which vary from laboratory values by significant amounts due to jointing in rock mass.

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  • Road Aggregate 101: Important Stuff

    2012-10-11 · Gravel – unconsolidated rock fragments formed as a result of the weathering and erosion of larger rocks. PennDOT requires gravel used for road construction to be durable with a minimum of 85% crushed particles and at least two faces resulting from fracture. Stone - a piece of rock quarried and worked into a specific size and shape for a particular

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  • Structural Design Criteria & Design Loads on Delhi Metro ...

    2021-6-4 · ovaling in the structure, Seismic Intensity Method or Rock/Soil-Structure Interaction Method by using time history or displacement methods such as Response Displacement Method can be employed. The effects of Rock/soil-structure proportional stiffness around the tunnel must be taken into account anyway. 4. Design Load Conditions

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  • FRICTION ANGLE OF SOIL AND ROCK

    2018-5-29 · The results of soil and rock research from domestic and foreign literature are presented. The results of the survey are given in the form of a table. 1Prof. dr Dragan Lukić, dipl.inž. građ., University of Novi Sad, Faculty of Civil Engineering Subotica, Kozaračka 2a, Subotica, Serbia, tel: ++381 24 554 300, e – mail: [email protected]

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  • Rock Mechanics and Rock Engineering | Online first

    2021-7-24 · Monitoring the Dynamic Response of the Overlying Rock–Soil Composite Structure to Underground Mining Using BOTDR and FBG Sensing Technologies Authors (first, second and last of 5) Zhenkang Wang; Wenping Li; Jiafa Du; Content type: Original Paper; Published: 04 July 2021

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  • Differential Equation - Modeling - Spring and Mass ...

    2020-6-14 · i) Break down the system into each component. (When you see this kind of spring-mass system, each Mass is the building block of the system). ii) Draw the arrows (vectors) to represent the direction of Forces being applied to each component. iii) Write down mathematical formula for each of the arrows (vectors).

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  • Design Manual Using the Rational Method to Chapter 4 ...

    2015-6-30 · Chapter 4—Drainage Section 4A-5—Using the Rational Method to Determine Peak Flow Page 5 of 10 Designing a stormwater drainage system to handle the worst storm event that could happen would likely be too costly for most situations. On the other hand, designing a system that is

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  • THE DEFORMATION MODULUS OF ROCK MASSES -

    2011-3-11 · of a rock mass, including only the elastic behaviour (we), see Figure 1. 4 3 2 1 0 5 0.5 1 1. 52 2. MEASURED DEFORMATION (cm) A PP L I E D S T R E S S (M P a) w w e d p Figure 1: Typical stress versus deformation curve recorded in a deformability test of a rock mass (measured at Tala Hydropower project, Bhutan) 2.2 Earlier experience

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  • TUNNEL DESIGN BY ROCK MASS CLASSIFICATIONS

    2011-5-15 · This report discusses tunnel design procedures based on various rock mass classification systems. A comparison is made between the tunnel support design based on the classical Ter-aghi rcak load method and the support selection based on the RSR Concept, the Geomechanic Classification…

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  • CHAPTER 4 DRAINAGE DESIGN

    2017-8-5 · in several different size groups, such as 19 to 4.75 mm (3/4 in. to No. 4), or 37.5 to 19 mm (1-1/2 to 3/4 in.). ASTM C 33 (“Standard Specifications for Concrete Aggre-gates”) lists several such size groups using the simplified practice recommendation (SPR) number designation. The number and size of sieves selected for a sieve analysis depends

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  • CHAPTER 6 ROAD CONSTRUCTION TECHNIQUES

    2020-6-14 · The only difference is that the spring and mass lies in horizontal direction and the object is moving in horizontal direction. Governing equation is same as in previous example (i.e, based on Newton's second law). But you would notice that the list of factors (forces) applied to the mass is much simpler than the case in previous example.

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  • Chapter 4 Engineering Classification of Rock Materials

    Table 4–7 Rock color 4–7 Table 4–8 Particle-size descriptors for sedimentary and pyroclastic 4–8 rocks Table 4–9 Permeability of rock 4–10 Table 4–10 Discontinuity types 4–13 Table 4–11 Descriptors for shape of lithosome 4–13 Table 4–12 Summary of the influences of fracture attributes on 4–19 erodibility of a rock mass ...

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  • THE DEFORMATION MODULUS OF ROCK MASSES -

    2011-3-11 · of a rock mass, including only the elastic behaviour (we), see Figure 1. 4 3 2 1 0 5 0.5 1 1. 52 2. MEASURED DEFORMATION (cm) A PP L I E D S T R E S S (M P a) w w e d p Figure 1: Typical stress versus deformation curve recorded in a deformability test of a rock mass (measured at Tala Hydropower project, Bhutan) 2.2 Earlier experience

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  • Earthwork Design | FHWA - Transportation

    2021-7-27 · The total volume of earthwork is the sum of the volumes of the prismoids formed by adjacent cross sections. When using the average end-area method, the prismoid is treated as a prism whose cross section is the mean of the two end areas of the prismoid. Equation 9.5.1A (1) presents the formula for use in the average end-area method.

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  • Test Method T107 - Transport for NSW

    2021-6-30 · a soil, gravel, rock or similar material passing a 2.36 mm sieve and is adapted from AS 1141.19. 2 General (a) This method is used to determine the fine particle size distribution for 425 µm, 75 µm and 13.5 µm size particles based on Stoke’s Law. (b) Where required, the method is used in conjunction with TfNSW test method T106 to determine a

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  • CHAPTER 6 ROAD CONSTRUCTION TECHNIQUES

    2019-2-1 · The normal and shear stiffnesses of joints were estimated from rock mass deformation modulus, intact rock Young's modulus and mean joint spacing with the help of Eq. : (4) k n = E i E m L (E i − E m) where k n is the joint normal stiffness, E m is the rock mass modulus, E i is the intact rock modulus, and L is the mean joint spacing.

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  • Investigation of rockfall-prone road cut slope near ...

    2017-8-5 · in several different size groups, such as 19 to 4.75 mm (3/4 in. to No. 4), or 37.5 to 19 mm (1-1/2 to 3/4 in.). ASTM C 33 (“Standard Specifications for Concrete Aggre-gates”) lists several such size groups using the simplified practice recommendation (SPR) number designation. The number and size of sieves selected for a sieve analysis depends

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  • Rock Mechanics and Rock Engineering | Online first

    2021-7-27 · Most aggregates have a relative density between 2.4-2.9 with a corresponding particle (mass) density of 2400-2900 kg/m 3 (150-181 lb/ft 3). Here, for coarse aggregates, the standard test method has been explained in ASTM C 127(AASHTO) and for fine aggregates, the standard test method has been explained in ASTM C 128 (AASHTO). [3]

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  • Aggregates for Concrete

    An Integrated InSAR-Borehole Inclinometer-Numerical Modeling Approach to the Assessment of a Slow-Moving Landslide. Re-evaluation of the 1941 Rock Slide at Brilliant Cut, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Installation of Utility Trench Wells Using Vacuum Techniques for Urban Groundwater Investigation. Introduction to Special Issue on Debris Flows-Part 2.

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  • Rock Mass Classification and Slope Stability Assessment

    were also evaluated using 50 data pairs. Keywords Rock mass rating Geological strength ... 2 Rock Mass Classification of Road Cuts ... 4—adjustment rating for excavation method.

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  • Chapter 4 Engineering Classification of Rock Materials

    Table 4–7 Rock color 4–7 Table 4–8 Particle-size descriptors for sedimentary and pyroclastic 4–8 rocks Table 4–9 Permeability of rock 4–10 Table 4–10 Discontinuity types 4–13 Table 4–11 Descriptors for shape of lithosome 4–13 Table 4–12 Summary of the influences of fracture attributes on 4–19 erodibility of a rock mass ...

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  • Earthwork Design | FHWA - Transportation

    2021-7-27 · The total volume of earthwork is the sum of the volumes of the prismoids formed by adjacent cross sections. When using the average end-area method, the prismoid is treated as a prism whose cross section is the mean of the two end areas of the prismoid. Equation 9.5.1A (1) presents the formula for use in the average end-area method.

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  • Estimating Hoek-Brown Rock Mass Strength Parameters

    Estimating Hoek-Brown Rock Mass ... The requirement of a characterization method develop d for ... Ramsey Lake Road, Sudbury, Ontario, Canada P3E 5C6. divide the intact rock into discrete blocks. Because the rock mass is used in engineering for civil or mining excavations,

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  • THE DEFORMATION MODULUS OF ROCK MASSES -

    2011-3-11 · of a rock mass, including only the elastic behaviour (we), see Figure 1. 4 3 2 1 0 5 0.5 1 1. 52 2. MEASURED DEFORMATION (cm) A PP L I E D S T R E S S (M P a) w w e d p Figure 1: Typical stress versus deformation curve recorded in a deformability test of a rock mass (measured at Tala Hydropower project, Bhutan) 2.2 Earlier experience

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  • Design and construction of tunnels in zones subjected to ...

    2017-1-4 · Rock Mass were based on the geotechnical investigations, laboratory tests and the RMR. The calibration of these parameters was made using the software program RocLab, for determining rock mass strength parameters based on the generalized Hoek-Brown …

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  • CHAPTER 6 ROAD CONSTRUCTION TECHNIQUES

    2018-5-15 · average density of rock into account, 40 m of overlying rock induces 1 MPa stress. Hoek & Brown (1980) 12 of 64 Erik Eberhardt – UBC Geological Engineering EOSC 433 (2017) Estimation of In Situ Stresses - Horizontal The horizontal stress can be estimated using of elastic theory. If we consider the strain along any axis of a small cube at depth,

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  • In Situ Stresses & Stress Measurement

    2021-7-27 · Most aggregates have a relative density between 2.4-2.9 with a corresponding particle (mass) density of 2400-2900 kg/m 3 (150-181 lb/ft 3). Here, for coarse aggregates, the standard test method has been explained in ASTM C 127(AASHTO) and for fine aggregates, the standard test method has been explained in ASTM C 128 (AASHTO). [3]

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  • THE DEFORMATION MODULUS OF ROCK MASSES -

    2011-3-11 · of a rock mass, including only the elastic behaviour (we), see Figure 1. 4 3 2 1 0 5 0.5 1 1. 52 2. MEASURED DEFORMATION (cm) A PP L I E D S T R E S S (M P a) w w e d p Figure 1: Typical stress versus deformation curve recorded in a deformability test of a rock mass (measured at Tala Hydropower project, Bhutan) 2.2 Earlier experience

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  • Design Manual Engineering Properties of Soil and Rock

    2015-5-15 · Rock Strata Determination of design parameters for rock should take into consideration the in-situ rock properties (condition of the rock mass), which are generally controlled by the discontinuities within the rock mass and not the properties of the intact material. A combination of …

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  • Copy of Rock Blasting Fundamentals - PDHonline.com

    2012-5-20 · PDHonline.org Rock Blasting Fundamentals Slide No. 3 Introduction zThe rock must fracture enough to displace it and break it down to the size of the intended use. zRock Blasting consists of drilling holes in a rock mass at depths, in diameters, and at spacing so that an

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  • Package ‘MASS’ - cran.r-project.org

    2021-5-3 · Package ‘MASS’ May 3, 2021 Priority recommended ... in a Canadian syenite rock. Usage abbey Source S. Abbey (1988) Geostandards Newsletter 12, 241. References Venables, W. N. and Ripley, B. D. (2002) Modern Applied Statistics with S. Fourth edition. ... Method function to perform sequential likelihood ratio tests for Negative Binomial ...

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  • Test Method T107 - Transport for NSW

    2021-6-30 · a soil, gravel, rock or similar material passing a 2.36 mm sieve and is adapted from AS 1141.19. 2 General (a) This method is used to determine the fine particle size distribution for 425 µm, 75 µm and 13.5 µm size particles based on Stoke’s Law. (b) Where required, the method is used in conjunction with TfNSW test method T106 to determine a

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  • 11. THE STABILITY OF SLOPES

    2009-2-23 · (4.12) This total stress analysis is commonly referred to as the φu = 0 method. This method has been widely and successfully used in practice for the evaluation of the short term stability of saturated clay slopes. For example, Ireland (1954) has demonstrated the validity of this technique in the

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  • Method Statement for Backfilling and Compaction

    2020-7-3 · V.4 Backfilling excavations with Cement-Bound Granular Material 1. Backfilling excavations with cement-bound granular material shall be used for filling excavations as shown on design drawing or as agreed by Engineer. 2. The cement-bound granular material shall consist of crushed, hard, clean, durable rock or washed sand or a combination thereof.

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  • The Rock - Tripod

    Bedford Court Apartments for over 55’s: for more information telephone 0151 645 3857 or 0151 346 1598 also see details on Noticeboard at back of Church. The Parish Centre has now reopened. Contact Bernie for bookings on 07435 966 586. The 55+ Group will meet in there after 12 noon Mass in church on Tuesday 6th July.

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