Investigation into the long-term strength of rocks under loading with a constant rate
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The test data are presented for tensile and compressive strength of some rocks depending on the rate of loading by three-point bending and then uniaxial rigid compression. The constants of Zhurkov’s kinetic equation of durability are determined for the tested rocks.
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