E3S Web Conf.
Volume 56, 2018VII International Scientific Conference “Problems of Complex Development of Georesources” (PCDG 2018)
|Number of page(s)||7|
|Section||Geomechanical Problems of Development of Subsoil|
|Published online||26 September 2018|
Principles of the non-Euclidian model application to the problem of dissipative mesocracking structures of highly compressed rock and massifs modelling
Far-Eastern Federal University, Vladivostok, Primorskiy krai, Russia.
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New experimental results such as “zonal disintegration” around deep openings and “reversible deformations” of highly compressed rock samples cannot be described correctly from contemporary rock mechanics, which is based on the principals of classical Continuum Mechanics theory. A new approach to rock mechanics mathematical models consists of the application of non-Euclidian modelling to the problem of the description of anomalous experimental results. This leads to the formation of the “Geomechanics of Highly Compressed Rock and Rock Massifs” - a new branch of the existing theory of Geomechanics - in which framework a radical rise in geodynamical phenomena forecasting can be achieved. Principles of the geomechanics of highly compressed rock and rock massifs are discussed in this paper. The effectiveness of the application of non-Euclidian modelling to the anomalous experimental effects observed in research is demonstrated on two hierarchical geomedia block levels such as rock samples and rock massif around underground openings.
Key words: Reversible deformation / Zonal disintegration / Non-Euclidian modelling / High compression
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