Aspects in Mining & Mineral Science

The Appearance of Plasticity on the Blocks Surfaces in Porous and Cracked Media
  • Open or Close Sibiryakov BP*

    Trofimuk Institute of Oil and Gas Geology and Geophysics SB RAS, Novosibirsk State University, Russia

    *Corresponding author: Sibiryakov BP, Trofimuk Institute of Oil and Gas Geology and Geophysics SB RAS, Novosibirsk State University, Novosibirsk, 630090, Russia, Email: sibiryakovbp@ipgg.sbras.ru

Submission: November 1, 2017; Published: April 09, 2018

Volume1 Issue4
April 2018


In present the elasticity and plasticity are absolutely different models of solids, which are not relate to each other. The experimental observations show, that the plasticity arrives and localizes on the surfaces of structures, which contain solid samples. The transition in special state, where a small part of solid volume is in plastic state, while the main part of volume is in elastic state not be describe by classical continuum Cauchy and Poisson model. This classical model requires two alternative states. Either is elastic state in the all volume or plastic one for all elementary volume too. However, the structured model of space gives us a possibility to describe this complicate state. In this paper shown that the sliding surfaces divided to each other by distances equal to the average sizes of microstructures, in the contrary of classical plasticity, where they have not characteristic distance. The energy of plastic transition is very small, because the main part of volume is elastic body. This description means the smooth transition from elasticity to plasticity in vicinity of sliding surfaces.

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