STATE OF THE ART , RECONSTRUCTION OF DAMAGED ZONES : TRANSITORY STRESSES EFFECT AND FACTORS CONTROLLING ROCK MASS STABILITY

@inproceedings{Alzo2017STATEOT,
  title={STATE OF THE ART , RECONSTRUCTION OF DAMAGED ZONES : TRANSITORY STRESSES EFFECT AND FACTORS CONTROLLING ROCK MASS STABILITY},
  author={A. K. Alzo},
  year={2017}
}
For the last three decades, many countries in the Middle East have been bombarded by wars. In these damaged zones, removing of destruction debris and the effect of the direct impact of blasts might trigger rock mass instabilities. This paper discusses the influence of explosives on factors controlling stability of rock masses and shows the available methods to back-analyze, investigate, and/or design near-surface rocks. Explosion waves and the resulted debris may jeopardize the geomaterial… CONTINUE READING

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