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Master's Dissertation
DOI
10.11606/D.3.2019.tde-21012019-115205
Document
Author
Full name
Fernando Fujimura
E-mail
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 1981
Supervisor
Committee
Hennies, Wildor Theodoro (President)
Born, Helmut
Qualifik, Paul
Title in Portuguese
Características de resistência ao cisalhamento de rochas fraturadas.
Keywords in Portuguese
Ensaios de cisalhamento
Resistência dos materiais
Abstract in Portuguese
A presente dissertação enfoca as características de resistência ao cisalhamento e os mecanismos básicos que governam o fenômeno de atrito em rochas fraturadas. Especial atenção é dedicada à identificação de fatores geométricos e geotécnicos importantes e a sua relação com o comportamento e esforços resistentes de rochas fraturadas. A caracterização de fraturas por meio de parâmetros geomecânicos adequados permitirá incluí-los nos modelos de cálculo e simular mais realisticamente o comportamento geomecânico do maciço rochoso fraturado.
Title in English
Sem título em inglês
Keywords in English
Jointed rocks
Shear strenght
Abstract in English
This thesis focuses on the shear strenght and mechanisms that change the shear characteristics of jointed rocks. Special attention was devoted to the identification of geometric and geotechnical factors and its relationship with the behavior and strenght of jointed rocks. The characterization of the fractures by apropriated geomechanical parameters Will permite to include them in the models and to simulate more realistically the behavior of fractured rock mass.
 
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2019-01-23
 
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