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000162521 0247_ $$2doi$$a10.1007/s00603-010-0114-5
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000162521 245__ $$aTheoretical Methods for Wave Propagation across Jointed Rock Masses
000162521 260__ $$bSpringer Verlag$$c2010
000162521 269__ $$a2010
000162521 336__ $$aJournal Articles
000162521 520__ $$aDifferent methods are presently available for the analysis of wave propagation across jointed rock masses with the consideration of multiple wave reflections between joints. These methods can be divided into two categories. One is based on the displacement discontinuity model for representing rock joints, where the displacements across a joint are discontinuous and the tractions are continuous, and the other is the equivalent medium method. For the first category, there are three methods, i.e., method of characteristics (MC), scattering matrix method (SMM) and virtual wave source method (VWS). MC solves the equation of motion by using the theory of characteristic curves. SMM is based on the definition of the scattering matrix in which the reflection and transmission coefficients of a set of joints are stored. VWS method replaces the joints in the rock mass with a virtual concept. For the second category, equivalent medium model treats the problem in the frame of continuum mechanics and simplifies it from an explicit wave propagation equation. The objective of this paper is to review and compare these theoretical methods. The comparison shows that the four solutions agree very well with each other. Some additional considerations about the advantages and disadvantages of these methods are also given in the paper.
000162521 6531_ $$aWave propagation
000162521 6531_ $$aRock joints
000162521 6531_ $$aDisplacement discontinuity method
000162521 6531_ $$aEquivalent medium model
000162521 6531_ $$aMultiple Parallel Fractures
000162521 6531_ $$aDeformational Behavior
000162521 6531_ $$aElastic-Waves
000162521 6531_ $$aTransmission
000162521 6531_ $$aAttenuation
000162521 6531_ $$aStress
000162521 700__ $$aPerino, A.
000162521 700__ $$0242526$$aZhu, J. B.$$g178399
000162521 700__ $$0242533$$aLi, J. C.$$g199092
000162521 700__ $$aBarla, G.
000162521 700__ $$0240199$$aZhao, J.$$g169975
000162521 773__ $$j43$$k6$$q799-809$$tRock Mechanics and Rock Engineering
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