effective stress


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effective stress

[ə¦fek·tiv ′stres]
(geology)
The average normal force per unit area transmitted directly from particle to particle of a rock or soil mass. Also known as effective pressure; intergranular pressure.

effective stress

In prestressed concrete, the stress remaining in the tendons after loss of prestress has occurred.
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this theory will incorporate a viscoelastic-plastic/frictional rheology, Modelling rock failure under tensile effective stress.
5 MPa, which was defined by the ratio of effective stress and yield strength, called the stress index.
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As a result of numerical modeling analyses, maximum and minimum effective stress dispersion around the gallery opening together with horizontal, vertical and total displacements were obtained as shown in the graphs in Figures 14 and 15.
Initially Elber [1, 2] suggested that crack closure was associated with the effective stress intensity range, using U ([DELTA][K.
The main differences between both configurations concern the effective stress inside the aneurysm wall.

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