Wave Propagation in Rock Under Blast Loads
Application ID: 12811
Transient analysis of the wave propagation in rock mass caused by a short duration load on the surface. Such loads are typical during tunnel constructions and other excavations using blasting.
The model shows the use of the Low-reflecting boundary conditions to truncate the computational domain to a reasonable size. The results are in very good agreement with those presented in the following reference:
Henrik Sönnerlind, 2005, "Beräkningsmetoder för spänningar i explosionsbelastad berg", rapport nr 001202, Epsilon HighTech Innovation AB. (report with Public Access status)
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