Mining & Nuclear Engineering
ROLLA, MO 65409
Min Eng 4823: Rock Mechanics
Applications of the fundamental principles of mechanics to engineering problems of equilibrium, strength and stiffness of rock materials. Review of in-situ stresses, laboratory and field instrumentation, rock and rockmass properties, pillar design, roof span design, rock reinforcement, surface subsidence, slope stability, and violent failures. Field trip required.
Time/Day: Laboratory: 01:00 pm - 03:50 pm W
Prerequisites: : Physics 2135; Civ Eng 2210; Geology 3310.
Course Component(s): Laboratory
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