Stresses and Displacements in a Transversely Isotropic Medium-Having a Lined Cylindrical Hole
Stresses and displacements in a semi-infinite medium weakened by a cylindrical hole (shaft) are of importance in mining and geotechnical engineering. Recently the authors have presented a solution for the stresses and displacements in a transversely isotropic medium having a cylindrical hole with or without elastic lining. The solution of this problem is fairly complex and involves finally solution of a system of integral equations. However, a simple solution can be obtained for the case of a cylindrical hole, with a smooth rigid lining, in a semi-infinite medium. It is the object of this note to present such a solution and later on compare the vertical displacement at the surface obtained from this solution with those of no lining with friction and treating the medium as isotropic. Refs.
K. Chandrashekhara and P. Gopalakrishnan, "Stresses and Displacements in a Transversely Isotropic Medium-Having a Lined Cylindrical Hole," Indian Geotechnical Journal, Indian Geotechnical Society, Jan 1984.
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