Advances in Civil Engineering / 2018 / Article / Fig 3

Research Article

Elastoplastic Analysis of Circular Opening Based on a New Strain-Softening Constitutive Model and Its Engineering Application in Hydraulic Fracturing

Figure 3

Computational mechanical model of EPSFM (note: and are, respectively, the maximum and minimum principal strains at “A” point; and are, respectively, the maximum and minimum principal strains at “B” point).

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