Tensile strength of rocks by test data on disc-shaped specimens with a hole drilled through the disc center
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The author reports test data on disc-shaped specimens of rocks and model media with a hole drilled through the center of the specimens loaded along the diameter. The test data processing uses non-local fracture criteria. The calculated destructive forces are compared with the measured destructive loads. Based on the tests of specimens with the central through holes, the tensile strength algorithm is presented.
KeywordsFailure strength tension Brazilian specimen non-local strength criterion
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