The mechanical and photoelastic properties of 3D printable stress-visualized materials

Abstract

Three-dimensional (3D) printing technology integrating frozen stress techniques has created a novel way to directly represent and characterize 3D interior discontinuities and the full-field stress induced by mining- or construction-related disturbances of deeply buried rock masses. However, concerns have been raised about the similitude between the… (More)
DOI: 10.1038/s41598-017-11433-4

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@inproceedings{Wang2017TheMA, title={The mechanical and photoelastic properties of 3D printable stress-visualized materials}, author={Li Wang and Yang Ju and Heping Xie and Guowei Ma and Lingtao Mao and Kexin He}, booktitle={Scientific reports}, year={2017} }