joint plane

joint plane

[′jȯint ‚plān]
(geology)
The surface of fracturing or potential fracture of a joint.
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Tenders are invited for Tooling package for joint plane machining of i.
Figure-5 clearly fulfills the Hocking's refinement where: a1 = Trend of the line of intersection a2 =Dip direction of joint plane 2 af=Dip direction of slope face
In accordance with the methodology of the quantitative description of discontinuities in rock mass (ISRM, 1983), the interval between joints of each system, persistence of joint, roughness of joint plane, joint separation, minerals filling and the amount of the potential inflow intensity of water were monitored.
Hydraulic continuity problems--If persistent and open discontinuities intersect the proposed bore path, then the possibility of a "frac-out" along a discrete joint plane cannot be ruled-out.
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All of the DreamTone molds were created with particular care to make injection points and joint planes practically invisible, contributing to its luxurious look.
The electromagnetic process is able to successfully weld highly filled thermoplastic materials, very large parts, three-dimensional joint planes and difficult-to-weld materials such as polyolefins.
Moreover, very steeply dipping joint planes do not pose the likelihood of plane failure as the slope face is relatively gentler i.
The frequency of 2-3 joint planes per spacing should be avoided to have good perimeter control.
It also includes identification of the rock type, its weathering grade, roughness of the joints and water condition along the joint planes.

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