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Research Article

Demarcation of Structural Domains in Fractured Rock Masses Using a Three-Parameter Simultaneous Analysis Method

Table 3

Parameters of the distribution functions used for the simulated fracture populations.

PopulationBVND (orientation)NORMD (trace length)LOGD (aperture)Number of fractures
Mean (°)Variance (dip dir., dip)Mean (m)VarianceMean (mm)Variance

Data 1180∠5514000, 3503.511.531400200
Data 2180∠5524000, 3503.521.532400200
Data 2-R4180∠5524000, 3503.52-R41.532400200
Data 2-R5180∠5524000, 3503.521.532-R5400200
Data 3240∠4514000, 3503.521.532400200
Data 4180∠5524000, 3502.011.532400200
Data 5180∠5524000, 3503.521.5101400200

180∠551 (or2): the mean orientation of a population generated by BVND in the first (or second) time. The column vectors of a fracture parameter in two populations will be same if they are generated through the same mean in the same time (e.g., the orientation column vector of data 2 equals to the orientation column vector of data 4). 3.52-R4: the trace length column vector of data 2-R4 is rearranged from the trace length column vector of data 2. 32-R5: the aperture column vector of data 2-R5 is rearranged from the aperture column vector of data 2.

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