Calculation model for breaking a lump off a rock mass by an impact of a blunt wedge-like tool
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A mathematical model has been developed for the layer-by-layer fracture of a rock by a blunt wedge. The reduced efficiency of breaking by the blunt tool is estimated. It has been shown that there exists a limiting impact angle that confines the lump breaking off the rock mass.
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