Post-failure behavior of a granite and diabase

@article{Wawersik1971PostfailureBO,
  title={Post-failure behavior of a granite and diabase},
  author={Wolfgang R. Wawersik and William Francis Brace},
  journal={Rock mechanics},
  year={1971},
  volume={3},
  pages={61-85}
}
SummaryPost-Failure Behavior of a Granite and DiabaseCompression experiments have been performed on Westerly granite and Frederick diabase at a mean strain rate of 0 (10−5) sec.−1. In such tests Westerly granite and Frederick diabase exhibit Class II failure behavior between zero and 22000 psi and between 500 psi and 2200 psi, confining pressure respectively. In order to control brittle failure in these rocks, therefore, energy must be extracted from the samples.Complete stress-strain curves… CONTINUE READING

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