Yujing Jiang mainly investigates Geotechnical engineering, Fluid dynamics, Fracture, Rock mass classification and Surface roughness. Yujing Jiang has researched Geotechnical engineering in several fields, including Shear and Radius. His research integrates issues of Volumetric flow rate, Permeability and Reynolds number in his study of Fluid dynamics.
His study looks at the intersection of Fracture and topics like Geometry with Fractal dimension and Fractal. His Rock mass classification research incorporates themes from Structural engineering, Rock bolt, Discontinuity and Rock mechanics. His research in Surface roughness focuses on subjects like Hydraulic head, which are connected to Hydrogeology and Flow.
Geotechnical engineering, Mechanics, Shear, Fluid dynamics and Rock mass classification are his primary areas of study. His Geotechnical engineering research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Discrete element method, Structural engineering and Classification of discontinuities. The concepts of his Mechanics study are interwoven with issues in Perpendicular, Boundary value problem and Permeability.
His research investigates the link between Shear and topics such as Shearing that cross with problems in Stiffness and Shear flow. His research in Fluid dynamics tackles topics such as Fracture which are related to areas like Contact area. His research investigates the connection with Rock mass classification and areas like Stress which intersect with concerns in Displacement and Overburden pressure.
His primary areas of investigation include Mechanics, Shear, Composite material, Shearing and Permeability. Yujing Jiang has included themes like Hydraulic head, Boundary value problem and Rock mass classification in his Mechanics study. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Surface roughness, Shear strength, Instability and Shear stress.
The various areas that Yujing Jiang examines in his Permeability study include Effective stress, Fracture, Biot number, Inflow and Fractal. Discrete fracture is a subfield of Geotechnical engineering that Yujing Jiang studies. His Geotechnical engineering study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Modulus, Finite difference method and Deformation.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Mechanics, Shearing, Shear, Direct shear test and Nonlinear flow. His Shearing study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Surface roughness, Volumetric flow rate, Reynolds number, Fluid dynamics and Hydraulic head. As a part of the same scientific family, Yujing Jiang mostly works in the field of Surface roughness, focusing on Waviness and, on occasion, Stiffness.
Yujing Jiang brings together Fluid dynamics and Order of magnitude to produce work in his papers. His Cracking research extends to Shear, which is thematically connected. His research in Direct shear test tackles topics such as Instability which are related to areas like Rock mass classification, Failure mode and effects analysis, Radian and Contact force.
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Experimental study of the hydro-mechanical behavior of rock joints using a parallel-plate model containing contact areas and artificial fractures
Bo Li;Yujing Jiang;Yujing Jiang;Tomofumi Koyama;Lanru Jing.
International Journal of Rock Mechanics and Mining Sciences (2008)
Estimating the relation between surface roughness and mechanical properties of rock joints
Yujing Jiang;Yujing Jiang;Bo Li;Yosihiko Tanabashi.
International Journal of Rock Mechanics and Mining Sciences (2006)
Experimental and numerical study of the geometrical and hydraulic characteristics of a single rock fracture during shear
Xiangbin Xiong;Bo Li;Yujing Jiang;Yujing Jiang;Tomofumi Koyama.
International Journal of Rock Mechanics and Mining Sciences (2011)
A fractal model for characterizing fluid flow in fractured rock masses based on randomly distributed rock fracture networks
Richeng Liu;Richeng Liu;Yujing Jiang;Yujing Jiang;Bo Li;Xiaoshan Wang.
Computers and Geotechnics (2015)
An analytical model to predict axial load in grouted rock bolt for soft rock tunnelling
Yue Cai;Tetsuro Esaki;Yujing Jiang.
Tunnelling and Underground Space Technology (2004)
Critical hydraulic gradient for nonlinear flow through rock fracture networks: The roles of aperture, surface roughness, and number of intersections
Richeng Liu;Bo Li;Bo Li;Yujing Jiang;Yujing Jiang.
Advances in Water Resources (2016)
A rock bolt and rock mass interaction model
Yue Cai;Tetsuro Esaki;Yujing Jiang.
International Journal of Rock Mechanics and Mining Sciences (2004)
Experimental Study on Mechanical and Acoustic Emission Characteristics of Rock-Like Material Under Non-uniformly Distributed Loads
Xiao Wang;Xiao Wang;Zhijie Wen;Zhijie Wen;Yujing Jiang;Hao Huang.
Rock Mechanics and Rock Engineering (2018)
Review: Mathematical expressions for estimating equivalent permeability of rock fracture networks
Richeng Liu;Richeng Liu;Bo Li;Yujing Jiang;Yujing Jiang;Na Huang;Na Huang.
Hydrogeology Journal (2016)
A fractal model based on a new governing equation of fluid flow in fractures for characterizing hydraulic properties of rock fracture networks
Richeng Liu;Richeng Liu;Bo Li;Bo Li;Yujing Jiang;Yujing Jiang.
Computers and Geotechnics (2016)
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