Junlong Shang
Junlong Shang
Assistant Professor, University of Glasgow
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Tensile strength of geological discontinuities including incipient bedding, rock joints and mineral veins
J Shang, SR Hencher, LJ West
Rock Mechanics and Rock Engineering 49, 4213-4225, 2016
Geological discontinuity persistence: Implications and quantification
J Shang, LJ West, SR Hencher, Z Zhao
Engineering Geology 241, 41-54, 2018
Numerical investigation into the blasting-induced damage characteristics of rocks considering the role of in-situ stresses and discontinuity persistence
LB Jayasinghe, J Shang, Z Zhao, ATC Goh
Computers and Geotechnics 116, 103207, 2019
Rupture of veined granite in polyaxial compression: insights from three‐dimensional discrete element method modeling
J Shang
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 125 (2), e2019JB019052, 2020
Numerical investigation of the direct tensile behaviour of laminated and transversely isotropic rocks containing incipient bedding planes with different strengths
J Shang, K Duan, Y Gui, K Handley, Z Zhao
Computers and Geotechnics 104, 373-388, 2018
Assessing the uniaxial compressive strength of extremely hard cryptocrystalline flint
MM Aliyu, J Shang, W Murphy, JA Lawrence, R Collier, F Kong, Z Zhao
International Journal of Rock Mechanics and Mining Sciences 113, 310-321, 2019
Volumetric deformation and damage evolution of Tibet interbedded skarn under multistage constant-amplitude-cyclic loading
C Zhu, M Karakus, M He, Q Meng, J Shang, Y Wang, Q Yin
International Journal of Rock Mechanics and Mining Sciences 152, 105066, 2022
Forensic excavation of rock masses: a technique to investigate discontinuity persistence
J Shang, SR Hencher, LJ West, K Handley
Rock Mechanics and Rock Engineering 50, 2911-2928, 2017
A validation study for the estimation of uniaxial compressive strength based on index tests
F Kong, J Shang
Rock Mechanics and Rock Engineering 51, 2289-2297, 2018
On the shear failure of incipient rock discontinuities under CNL and CNS boundary conditions: Insights from DEM modelling
J Shang, Z Zhao, S Ma
Engineering Geology 234, 153-166, 2018
DEM simulation of mortar-bolt interface behaviour subjected to shearing
J Shang, Y Yokota, Z Zhao, W Dang
Construction and Building Materials 185, 120-137, 2018
Combined effects of cyclic load and temperature fluctuation on the mechanical behavior of porous sandstones
F Wang, P Cao, Y Wang, R Hao, J Meng, J Shang
Engineering Geology 266, 105466, 2020
Tensile strength of large-scale incipient rock joints: a laboratory investigation
J Shang, LJ West, SR Hencher, Z Zhao
Acta Geotechnica 13, 869-886, 2018
Porosity increment and strength degradation of low-porosity sedimentary rocks under different loading conditions
J Shang, J Hu, K Zhou, X Luo, MM Aliyu
International Journal of Rock Mechanics and Mining Sciences 75, 216-223, 2015
On the initiation, propagation and reorientation of simultaneously-induced multiple hydraulic fractures
K Duan, CY Kwok, Q Zhang, J Shang
Computers and Geotechnics 117, 103226, 2020
3D particle-based DEM investigation into the shear behaviour of incipient rock joints with various geometries of rock bridges
J Shang, Z Zhao, J Hu, K Handley
Rock Mechanics and Rock Engineering 51, 3563-3584, 2018
Effect of bolt configuration on the interface behaviour between a rock bolt and bond material: a comprehensive DDA investigation
Y Yokota, Z Zhao, J Shang, W Nie, K Date, K Iwano, Y Okada
Computers and Geotechnics 105, 116-128, 2019
Stresses induced by a demolition agent in non-explosive rock fracturing
J Shang, Z Zhao, MM Aliyu
International Journal of Rock Mechanics and Mining Sciences 107, 172-180, 2018
An analytical model for shear behaviour of bolted rock joints
S Ma, Z Zhao, J Shang
International Journal of Rock Mechanics and Mining Sciences 121, 104019, 2019
Cross-scale characteristics of backfill material using NMR and fractal theory
J Hu, Q Ren, D Yang, J SHANG, X DING, Z LUO
Transactions of Nonferrous Metals Society of China 30 (5), 1347-1363, 2020
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