Directional Cooling-Induced Fracturing (DCIF) experiments were conducted on rectangular Westerly granite blocks (width=depth=4.0", height=2.0"). Liquid nitrogen was poured in a small, 1"-diameter copper cup attached to the top of the sample, and the resulting acoustic emissions (A...
Nakagawa, S. and Trzeciak, M. Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Directional Cooling-Induced Fracturing (DCIF) experiments were conducted on three rectangular Westerly granite blocks (width=depth=4.0", height=2.0") which were preheated to 200, 400, and 600 degree C to induce damage (microcracks) with varying degrees. Liquid nitrogen was poured...
Nakagawa, S. Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Jan 27, 2022 13 Resources 0 Stars Publicly accessible
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