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Effect of stress history on creep behavior of rock

Hashiba, Kimihiro; Matsui, Hiroya; Sato, Toshinori; Seno, Yasuhiro

In this study, multi-stage creep tests were conducted with tuff and siliceous rock. The creep stresses of each stage and the duration of the first stage were variable, and the effect of the stress history on creep behavior was examined. It was found that the primary creep strain rate might be decreased by the stress history. In particular, the effect of the stress history was notable after the first stage with the large creep stress and the long duration. It was also found that the effect of the stress history of siliceous rock was larger than that of tuff.

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