Matthew A Perras
Matthew A Perras
Department of Civil Engineering, Lassonde School of Engineering, York University
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A review of the tensile strength of rock: concepts and testing
MA Perras, MS Diederichs
Geotechnical and geological engineering 32 (2), 525-546, 2014
Predicting excavation damage zone depths in brittle rocks
MA Perras, MS Diederichs
Journal of Rock Mechanics and Geotechnical Engineering 8 (1), 60-74, 2016
A comparison of tensile failure in 3D-printed and natural sandstone
D Vogler, SDC Walsh, E Dombrovski, MA Perras
Engineering Geology 226, 221-235, 2017
The three stages of stress relaxation-Observations for the time-dependent behaviour of brittle rocks based on laboratory testing
C Paraskevopoulou, M Perras, M Diederichs, F Amann, S Löw, T Lam, ...
Engineering Geology 216, 56-75, 2017
Time-dependent behaviour of brittle rocks based on static load laboratory tests
C Paraskevopoulou, M Perras, M Diederichs, S Loew, T Lam, M Jensen
Geotechnical and Geological Engineering 36, 337-376, 2018
An overview of opportunities for machine learning methods in underground rock engineering design
J Morgenroth, UT Khan, MA Perras
Geosciences 9 (12), 504, 2019
Non-invasive detection of fractures, fracture zones, and rock damage in a hard rock excavation—Experience from the Äspö Hard Rock Laboratory in Sweden
G Walton, M Lato, H Anschütz, MA Perras, MS Diederichs
Engineering Geology 196, 210-221, 2015
Compressive and Tensile Behavior of 3D-Printed and Natural Sandstones
MA Perras, D Vogler
Transport in Porous Media, 1-23, 2018
Underground excavation behaviour of the Queenston formation: tunnel back analysis for application to shaft damage dimension prediction
MA Perras, H Wannenmacher, MS Diederichs
Rock Mechanics and Rock Engineering 48, 1647-1671, 2015
Tunnelling in horizontally laminated ground: the influence of lamination thickness on anisotropic behaviour and practical observations from the Niagara Tunnel Project
MA Perras
Masters Abstracts International 49 (02), 2009
Understanding and predicting excavation damage in sedimentary rocks: A continuum based approach
M Perras
Queen's University, 2014
A review of excavation damage zone in sedimentary rocks with emphasis on numerical modelling for EDZ definition
MA Perras, MS Diederichs, T Lam, C Kwok, R Armstrong, J Henderson
Proceedings of the 63rd Canadian Geotechnical Conference, Calgary, Canada …, 2010
Numerical delineation of the excavation damage zones: from rock properties to statistical distribution of the dimensions
M Perras, C Langford, E Ghazvinian, M Diederichs
Formalized approaches to defining damage thresholds in brittle rock: granite and limestone
E Ghazvinian, M Perras, M Diederichs, D Labrie
ARMA US Rock Mechanics/Geomechanics Symposium, ARMA-2012-448, 2012
Tunnelling in horizontally laminated ground
MA Perras, MS Diederichs
ROCKENG09: Proceedings of the 3rd CANUS Rock Mechanics Symposium, 41-42, 2009
Geological and geotechnical observations from the Niagara Tunnel Project
MA Perras, MS Diederichs, D Besaw
Bulletin of Engineering Geology and the Environment 73, 1303-1323, 2014
The effect of anisotropy on crack damage thresholds in brittle rocks
E Ghazvinian, M Perras, M Diederichs, D Labrie
ARMA US Rock Mechanics/Geomechanics Symposium, ARMA-2013-503, 2013
Digital image correlation–based analysis of hygroscopic expansion in Herrnholz granite
Y Li, K Leith, MA Perras, S Loew
International Journal of Rock Mechanics and Mining Sciences 146, 2021
Rockfall susceptibility and runout in the Valley of the Kings
M Lukovic, M Ziegler, J Aaron, MA Perras
Natural Hazards 110, 451-485, 2021
Development of a new thermally-induced fracture in a 12,000 year old bedrock surface
K Leith, M Perras, T Siren, T Rantanen, A Wolter, S Heinonen, S Loew
ISRM Progressive Rock Failure Conference, ISRM-PRF-2017-007, 2017
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