Published Online: 1985
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Equipment has been developed that enables the rapid determination of dynamic Young's modulus of triaxially loaded rock cores. Measurement of dynamic modulus is based on a pulse propogation technique using piezoelectric transducers. A detailed description is given of the development of the equipment suitable for laboratory investigations. Details of a laboratory study investigating the variation between static and dynamic moduli of triaxially loaded rock cores are given.
Lecturer in mining engineering, University of Queensland, St. Lucia,
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