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Discontinuous deformation analysis in rock mechanics practice

By: Hatzor, Yossef H.
Contributor(s): Ma, Guowei | Shi, Gen-hua.
Series: ISRM book series. / edited by Xia-Ting Feng; v.5.Publisher: Boca Raton CRC Press 2018Description: xviii, 388p.ISBN: 9781138027688.Subject(s): Rock mechanics -- Mathematics | Rock deformation | Rock mechanicsDDC classification: 624.15132 | H289d Summary: The numerical, discrete element, Discontinuous Deformation Analysis (DDA) method was developed by Dr. Gen-hua Shi while he was working at the University of California, Berkeley, under the supervision of Prof. Richard E. Goodman in the late 1980s. Two-dimensional DDA was published in 1993 and three-dimensional DDA in 2001. Since its publication DDA has been verified, validated and applied in numerous studies worldwide and is now considered a powerful and robust method to address both static and dynamic engineering problems in discontinuous rock masses. I
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The numerical, discrete element, Discontinuous Deformation Analysis (DDA) method was developed by Dr. Gen-hua Shi while he was working at the University of California, Berkeley, under the supervision of Prof. Richard E. Goodman in the late 1980s. Two-dimensional DDA was published in 1993 and three-dimensional DDA in 2001. Since its publication DDA has been verified, validated and applied in numerous studies worldwide and is now considered a powerful and robust method to address both static and dynamic engineering problems in discontinuous rock masses.
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