Research on Fracture Damage Coupled with Crack Arrest by Anchorage Model of Discontinuous Jointed Rock Mass under the State of Complex Stress
Based on the hypothesis of equivalent strain energy and the theories of fracture mechanics and damage mechanics，the constitutive model and fracture damage mechanism of bolted discontinuous jointed rockmass are systematically studied under the state of complex stresses. Initially ， considering the equivalent strain energy ， the constitutive relation of anchored discontinuous jointed rockmass is derived under the state of compression-shear stresses. The constitutive relation under the state of tension-shear stresses is also developed according to the theory of self-consistence. Next，the damage evolution equations of discontinuous multi-crack rockmass under compression-shear and tension-shear are put forward according to the wing crack-initiating criterion. Finally，based on the above constitutive models and the damage evolution equations three-dimensional finite element procedures have been developed to evaluate the stability and deformability of the surrounding rock mass during excavation and supporting. The calculated results indicate that above-mentioned constitutive relation and the damage evolution equations are available.
J. Alfaiate, M.H. Aliabadi, M. Guagliano and L. Susmel
L. W. Zhang et al., "Research on Fracture Damage Coupled with Crack Arrest by Anchorage Model of Discontinuous Jointed Rock Mass under the State of Complex Stress", Key Engineering Materials, Vols. 348-349, pp. 189-192, 2007