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DOI 10.1007/978-3-030-61909-1_7
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Title (Primary) Code descriptions
Title (Secondary) GeomInt–Mechanical integrity of host rocks
Author Bilke, L. ORCID logo ; Fischer, T.; Naumov, D.; Pötschke, D.; Rink, K.; Sattari, A.S.; Schmidt, P.; Wang, W. ORCID logo ; Yoshioka, K.
Publisher Kolditz, O.; Görke, U.-J.; Konietzky, H.; Maßmann, J.; Nest, M.; Steeb, H.; Wuttke, F.; Nagel, T.
Source Titel Terrestrial Environmental Sciences
Year 2021
Department ENVINF
Page From 243
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Language englisch
Topic T8 Georesources

The FFS method (see Sect.  3.2.1) was developed to simulate direct shear tests. To provide a tool for the project work and get things easier done a graphical user interface (GUI) was also created. The GUI simply calls all necessary functions by letting the user either fill form fields or choose input files from the working folder. The rock parameters and the conditions of the direct shear test with the normal stress levels and shear displacements have to be selected. If an experiment is simulated the lab results can be selected as a text file so a visual comparison is possible. The geometry has to be loaded as a point cloud or an artificial surface can be generated. With small modifications the code can do multiple executions using artificial surfaces.

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Bilke, L., Fischer, T., Naumov, D., Pötschke, D., Rink, K., Sattari, A.S., Schmidt, P., Wang, W., Yoshioka, K. (2021):
Code descriptions
In: Kolditz, O., Görke, U.-J., Konietzky, H., Maßmann, J., Nest, M., Steeb, H., Wuttke, F., Nagel, T. (eds.)
GeomInt–Mechanical integrity of host rocks
Terrestrial Environmental Sciences
Springer Nature, Cham, p. 243 - 254 10.1007/978-3-030-61909-1_7