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When measuring on a vertical piezometer, kH 24 Copyright © 2006 Taylor & Francis Group plc, London, UK REFERENCES is dominant; when measuring on a horizontal piezometer, kH and kV are more or less equally important. This explains the larger values obtained from the vertical piezometer. Combining the total stress measurements of the self-boring pressuremeter with the pore pressure measurements of the horizontal reference piezometer R55E gives an estimation of (vertical) effective stress as a function of depth.
775m Figure 5. Observed and computed pore pressures during borehole excavation after parameter adjustment. 00 x-axis Figure 7. Observation points. Coordinate (0,0) corresponds to the main borehole axis. The line indicated by so represents the bedding orientation. hierarchical arrangement of the various coupled phenomena identified. Relevant couplings are, by order of importance: Figure 6. Strength data for Opalinus clay determined in triaxial tests (Schnier, 2004). The assumed Hoek & Brown (HB) failure criteria are shown for comparison.
Theoretical formulation and constitutive law are then used to analyze and interpret the observations gathered during the performance of an in situ heating test carried out in an underground laboratory. As a result of the analysis, a better understanding of the relationship between the various interacting phenomena is achieved. 1 INTRODUCTION drawback is the fact that the strength is generally not high, so some measure of support of the openings may be required. Argillaceous materials may also be sensitive to chemical changes, such as oxidation, and to desaturation effects.
Eurock 2006: Multiphysics Coupling and Long Term Behaviour in Rock Mechanics: Proceedings of the International Symposium of the International Society for Rock Mechanics, Eurock 2006, Liège, Belgium, 9-12 May 2006 by Cotthem, Alain van