- Volume 49 Issue 1
A program code was developed to calculate block hydraulic conductivity of the 2-D DFN(discrete fracture network) system based on equivalent pipe network, and implemented to examine the effect of joint orientation distribution on the hydraulic characteristics of fractured rock masses through numerical experiments. A rock block of size
fractured rock mass;joint orientation distribution;discrete fracture network;block hydraulic conductivity;numerical analysis
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