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The willing ness of the organizers of the 1 992 Rock Engineering Symposium, Tainan, Taiwan, to allow me to include in this chapter material from my talk at the Symposium is appreciated. Finally, my thanks are due to Amy Pratt and my wife, Margaret, who somehow managed to persuade the word processor to return my handwritten scribblings and endless corrections in a much more impressive form than they were submitted. 9 REFERENCES 1-5. Westergaard H. M. Theory ofElasticity and Plasticity, p. 1 76.
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During cyclic loading, and y is a function of R. DISTURBED STATE CONCEPT The disturbed state concept (DSC) is based on the idea that the observed or measured response of a material can be expressed in terms of its responses with respect to basic reference states such as the intact response, and the critical state response (Figure 5). The intact response is dependent upon factors such as initial density and confinement and approaches the ultimate state corresponding to the densest state of the material.
Analysis and design methods by Charles Fairhurst; John A Hudson