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By Michael R. Pe Lindeburg

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So, this value is a damage indicator. According to rheological parameters retained, Figure 15 show that the damage continues to involve during a long time. This is the case at a distance of 71 cm above the crown. Even if the kinematic is not correct in our simulations, the results are similar to monitoring results. Several years after the end of excavation, some acoustic emissions have still been registered while fracturing process is stopped. Evolution of the permeability in time Damage of the rock results in a local increasing of the rock macroscopic hydraulic permeability.

300 . 10-5/s . 200 ε. 10-7/s . 10-8/s . 10-9/s 150 100 50 0 0 0,1 0,2 0,3 0,4 0,5 Axial strain(%) Figure 7. Simulation of triaxial tests at several strain rates (confinement: 10 MPa). 3 Results interpretation The formulation of the constitutive model and some initial assumptions allow interpretation of computational results in accordance with physical criteria. For example, it’s not always interesting and useful to estimate accurately ground displacements induced by a tunnel excavation in a hard rock.

2 Condition for localization We consider the deformation of a homogeneous sample of material under gradual application of prescribed uniform stresses, as shown in Figure 3. We will assume that the major compressive stress, ␴1 is vertical. Prior to the occurrence of a band, the sample deforms uniformly. After appearance of the band, stress and strain rates will be uniform inside and outside the band, but they will be different from each other. A bifurcation from homogeneous deformation has occurred.

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