Discrete element modeling of tool-rock interaction II

@inproceedings{Huang2013DiscreteEM,
  title={Discrete element modeling of tool-rock interaction II},
  author={Haiying Huang and Brice Lecampion and Emmanuel M Detournay},
  year={2013}
}
SUMMARY Tool-rock interaction processes can be classified as indentation or cutting depending on the direction of motion of the tool with respect to the rock surface. The modes of failure induced in the rock by an indenting or a cutting tool can be ductile and/or brittle. The ductile mode is associated with the development of a damage zone, whereas the brittle mode involves the growth of macrocracks. This is the first part of a series of two papers concerned with an analysis of the cutting… CONTINUE READING

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