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The Resource Wear of Rock Cutting Tools : Implications for the Site Investigation of Rock Dredging Projects

Wear of Rock Cutting Tools : Implications for the Site Investigation of Rock Dredging Projects

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Wear of Rock Cutting Tools : Implications for the Site Investigation of Rock Dredging Projects
Title
Wear of Rock Cutting Tools
Title remainder
Implications for the Site Investigation of Rock Dredging Projects
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
"This text deals with the dredging of rock by large cutter suction dredgers. The rock properties influencing the mechanical cutting of rock and the wear of cutting teeth are examined, and to verify the model of mechanical rock excavation developed, case studies of dredging projects were performed."--Provided by publisher
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Verhoef, P. N. W.,
Dewey number
627/.73
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Dredging
  • Dredges
  • Rock mechanics
  • Engineering geology
Label
Wear of Rock Cutting Tools : Implications for the Site Investigation of Rock Dredging Projects
Instantiates
Publication
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • chapter 5 Influence of site geology on wear problems
  • Peter N.W. Verhoef
  • chapter 6 Conclusions
  • Peter N.W. Verhoef
  • chapter 7 Introduction to part B: Rock properties influencing cutting and wear
  • Peter N.W. Verhoef
  • chapter 8 The influence of discontinuities in the rock mass
  • Peter N.W. Verhoef
  • chapter 9 The cutting of intact rock material
  • Peter N.W. Verhoef
  • Chapter 1 Introduction
  • chapter 10 Hardness of rocks and minerals
  • Peter N.W. Verhoef
  • chapter 11 Tests to determine the abrasiveness of rock
  • Peter N.W. Verhoef
  • chapter 12 Wear mode theory
  • Peter N.W. Verhoef
  • chapter 13 Assessment of the abrasiveness of rock
  • Peter N.W. Verhoef
  • chapter 14 Conclusions of Part B: Rock properties influencing cutting and wear
  • Peter N.W. Verhoef
  • Peter N.W. Verhoef
  • chapter 15 Introduction to Part C: Application to practice
  • Peter N.W. Verhoef
  • chapter 16 Abrasiveness of Hawkesbury Sandstone (Sydney Harbour tunnel dredging) 68
  • Peter N.W. Verhoef
  • chapter 17 Field observations of the performance of rock cutting trenchers
  • Peter N.W. Verhoef
  • chapter 18 Assessment methods for excavation performance
  • Peter N.W. Verhoef
  • chapter 19 Conclusions of Part C: Application to practice
  • Peter N.W. Verhoef
  • chapter 2 The problem
  • chapter 20 Introduction to Part D: Site investigation for rock dredging contracts
  • Peter N.W. Verhoef
  • chapter 21 The construction of a geotechnical model for a rock dredging contract
  • Peter N.W. Verhoef
  • chapter 22 Rock mass characterisation for rock dredging projects
  • Peter N.W. Verhoef
  • chapter 23 Conclusion: Wear assessments within site investigations for rock dredging
  • Peter N.W. Verhoef
  • chapter 24 Closing remarks and recommendations
  • Peter N.W. Verhoef
  • Peter N.W. Verhoef
  • chapter 3 Cutter suction dredging
  • Peter N.W. Verhoef
  • chapter 4 Concepts of wear processes from tribology
  • Peter N.W. Verhoef
Control code
on1014382681
Dimensions
unknown
Edition
First edition
Extent
1 online resource
Form of item
online
Isbn
9780203733981
Note
Taylor & Francis
Other physical details
text file, PDF
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)1014382681
Label
Wear of Rock Cutting Tools : Implications for the Site Investigation of Rock Dredging Projects
Publication
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • chapter 5 Influence of site geology on wear problems
  • Peter N.W. Verhoef
  • chapter 6 Conclusions
  • Peter N.W. Verhoef
  • chapter 7 Introduction to part B: Rock properties influencing cutting and wear
  • Peter N.W. Verhoef
  • chapter 8 The influence of discontinuities in the rock mass
  • Peter N.W. Verhoef
  • chapter 9 The cutting of intact rock material
  • Peter N.W. Verhoef
  • Chapter 1 Introduction
  • chapter 10 Hardness of rocks and minerals
  • Peter N.W. Verhoef
  • chapter 11 Tests to determine the abrasiveness of rock
  • Peter N.W. Verhoef
  • chapter 12 Wear mode theory
  • Peter N.W. Verhoef
  • chapter 13 Assessment of the abrasiveness of rock
  • Peter N.W. Verhoef
  • chapter 14 Conclusions of Part B: Rock properties influencing cutting and wear
  • Peter N.W. Verhoef
  • Peter N.W. Verhoef
  • chapter 15 Introduction to Part C: Application to practice
  • Peter N.W. Verhoef
  • chapter 16 Abrasiveness of Hawkesbury Sandstone (Sydney Harbour tunnel dredging) 68
  • Peter N.W. Verhoef
  • chapter 17 Field observations of the performance of rock cutting trenchers
  • Peter N.W. Verhoef
  • chapter 18 Assessment methods for excavation performance
  • Peter N.W. Verhoef
  • chapter 19 Conclusions of Part C: Application to practice
  • Peter N.W. Verhoef
  • chapter 2 The problem
  • chapter 20 Introduction to Part D: Site investigation for rock dredging contracts
  • Peter N.W. Verhoef
  • chapter 21 The construction of a geotechnical model for a rock dredging contract
  • Peter N.W. Verhoef
  • chapter 22 Rock mass characterisation for rock dredging projects
  • Peter N.W. Verhoef
  • chapter 23 Conclusion: Wear assessments within site investigations for rock dredging
  • Peter N.W. Verhoef
  • chapter 24 Closing remarks and recommendations
  • Peter N.W. Verhoef
  • Peter N.W. Verhoef
  • chapter 3 Cutter suction dredging
  • Peter N.W. Verhoef
  • chapter 4 Concepts of wear processes from tribology
  • Peter N.W. Verhoef
Control code
on1014382681
Dimensions
unknown
Edition
First edition
Extent
1 online resource
Form of item
online
Isbn
9780203733981
Note
Taylor & Francis
Other physical details
text file, PDF
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)1014382681

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