Karst genesis and man-made environment
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The paper discusses results of numerical modeling of stress and strain filed evolution in underground areas with karst cavern under the action of external static load due constructions on the ground and the production-induced internal erosion.
Key wordsRock mass karst genesis discrete element method production-induced impact stress-strain state
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