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Joint roughness and fractal geometry
AuthorCernoch, Barry Michael
AdvisorCarr, James R.
Geological Sciences and Engineering
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Two analytical methods are used to characterize surface roughness of sixteen samples of Topopah Spring welded Tuff. Testing and analysis produced reliable JRC values and fractal dimensions for each sample.
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