Rock Riprap for Grade Control
Rock chutes (riprap channels on steep slopes) are used as grade control structures to safely conduct a water flow to a lower elevation. Common procedures used for design of rock riprap...

Scour in Erodible Rock II: Erosive Power at Bridge Piers
Scour depths around bridge piers founded on erodible rock can be determined by making use of the Erodibility Index Method. This method defmes an erosion threshold by relating the erosive...

Intracrystalline Diffusion in Clinoptilolite: Implications for Radionuclide Isolation

Geological and Geophysical Studies of Sites in the Ukrainian Shield Rock Series Suitable for Construction of Underground Laboratories

Geoenvironmental Evaluation of Geological Formations of Lithuania for Radioactive Waste Disposal

Simulation and Observation of ESF Tunnel Effects on Barometric Conditions

Indirect Evidences for Quantification of Groundwater Flow: Assessment of the Consistency of Geohydrological Groundwater Flow Models and Hydrochemical Mixing/Reaction Models of the Äspö Hard Rock Laboratory

Geostatistical Simulation, Parameter Development and Property Scaling for GWTT-95

Controlled Drill & Blast Excavation at AECL's Underground Research Laboratory

Long Term Prediction of Far-Field Heat Conduction

Models for Estimating Core-Cycle Rate of Penetration at Yucca Mountain, Nevada

Scour in Erodible Rock I: The Erodibility Index

Riprap and Concrete Armor to Prevent Pier Scour
Local scour is not a product of recent times or modern building practices. The annals of the Institute of Civil Engineers, in London, contain references throughout the 1800s and early...

Modelling of a Heater Experiment in a Saturated Granite with Thermoporoelastic Source Singularities

Modelling of Thermal-Hydrological-Mechanical Processes in a Discrete Joint

A Proposed Poroelastic Model for Hydraulic Fracturing Breakdown Pressure in Porous Rocks

Equivalent Strength of Porous Fractured Rock

Seismic Signatures of Patchy Saturation

Localization of Inelastic Deformation in Elasto-Plastic Pore Solids Saturated by Liquid

Simulation and Visualization of Martian Rover

 

 

 

 

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