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The figure shows the influence of the population of microscopic defects of similar type on the bulk strength. 1–10 10–100 100–10 000 >10 000 E-13–E-12 E-12–E-10 E-11–E-9 E-10–E-8 E-9–E-7 34 2 The Rock Compressive strength of granite columns 1 12 Factor for increase/decrease from value for 50 mm diameter Scale dependence of rock strength 4 1,6 1,4 1,2 1 0,8 0,6 0,4 0,2 0 0 6 50 100 150 200 Diameter, mm 250 300 Compressive force Fissures Fig. 3 Influence of size of sample with one type of defects on the compressive strength.

We will return to this project in Chap. 4 of the book, where the various national repository concepts are described. 1 Crystalline Rock In general rock mechanics and in the Organizations’ current work on repository siting in crystalline and argillaceous rock, as well as in repository design, the parameter rock strength is represented by the compressive strength of small specimens (core samples). 1–10 10–100 100–10 000 strongly volume-dependent. This neglicence contrasts to the carefully made investigation of the scale-dependence of the compressive strength by the Canadian (AECL) organization, which showed that this strength is strongly dependent on the volume of the compressed sample.

The Belgian HADES project. We will return to this project in Chap. 4 of the book, where the various national repository concepts are described. 1 Crystalline Rock In general rock mechanics and in the Organizations’ current work on repository siting in crystalline and argillaceous rock, as well as in repository design, the parameter rock strength is represented by the compressive strength of small specimens (core samples). 1–10 10–100 100–10 000 strongly volume-dependent. This neglicence contrasts to the carefully made investigation of the scale-dependence of the compressive strength by the Canadian (AECL) organization, which showed that this strength is strongly dependent on the volume of the compressed sample.

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