Soviet Mining

, Volume 6, Issue 1, pp 27–31 | Cite as

Use of the photoelasticity method to investigate the stress distribution at the end of a load-relief borehole

  • E. P. Chistyakov
  • I. D. Rivkin
  • N. Ya. Khalaidovskii
Rock Mechanics and Rock Pressure


Principal Stress Maleic Anhydride Plane Deformation Path Difference Dibutylphthalate 
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    M. A. Slobodov, Manual of Use of the Load Relief Method for Determining the State of Stress in the Depths of the Solid Rock, for Weak and Medium-Strength Rocks [in Russian], Izd. VNIMI, Leningrad (1965).Google Scholar
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    N. S. Bulychev and G. A. Ievlev, “Use of photoelasticity method to investigate the stresses near shaft faces of various shapes,” Fiz.-Tekhn. Probl. Razrabotki Polezn. Iskop., No. 3 (1968).Google Scholar
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    E. R. Leeman, “Rock stress measurements using the trepanning stress-relieving technique,” Mine and Quarry Engineering, 30, No. 6, 250–255 (1964).Google Scholar
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  • E. P. Chistyakov
  • I. D. Rivkin
  • N. Ya. Khalaidovskii

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