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
An overview of opportunities for machine learning methods in underground rock engineering design
J Morgenroth, UT Khan, MA Perras
Geosciences 9 (12), 504, 2019
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
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
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
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
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
Understanding and predicting excavation damage in sedimentary rocks: A continuum based approach
M Perras
Queen's University, 2014
Numerical delineation of the excavation damage zones: from rock properties to statistical distribution of the dimensions
M Perras, C Langford, E Ghazvinian, M Diederichs
Tunnelling in horizontally laminated ground
MA Perras, MS Diederichs
ROCKENG09: Proceedings of the 3rd CANUS Rock Mechanics Symposium, 41-42, 2009
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
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
Rockfall susceptibility and runout in the Valley of the Kings
M Lukovic, M Ziegler, J Aaron, MA Perras
Natural Hazards 110, 451-485, 2021
Cliff stability at tomb KV42 in the Valley of the Kings, Egypt: A first approach to numerical modelling and site investigation
R Alcaino-Olivares, MA Perras, M Ziegler, J Maissen
ARMA US Rock Mechanics/Geomechanics Symposium, ARMA-2019-0275, 2019
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