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Another valuable attribute of closed-form solutions is that they provide an opportunity to check the validity of numerical programs for the specific conditions that obtain in the closed-form solutions, thus increasing confidence that the predictions of the numerical model outside the closed-form range may be reasonably accurate. 2 Physical models The use of physical models, both two- and three-dimensional, was popular from the 1 950s to the early 1980s. Some of these, such as the longwall coal mining models designed to study roof and floor fractures, and caving behavior, involved design of 'equivalent materials' of sufficiently low strength that they would fail at the relatively low loads that could be applied in the laboratory.
1 INTRODUCTION 48 The mechanical behavior of rocks and discontinuities or joints in rocks under static and dynamic loads plays a vital role in stress-deformation and stability analyses, and design of rock foundations and structures founded in or on rocks. Factors such as nonlinearity due to material response, joints and fractures, in situ stresses, stress history and paths, time and environmental effects influence constitutive modeling of rocks and joints. Realistic laboratory and/or field testing on material (specimens) is highly important for characterization of the behavior of these materials.
Analysis and design methods by Charles Fairhurst; John A Hudson