Rock Mechanics
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Advanced Terra Testing's Rock Mechanics division is responsible for performing a wide range of tests under varying conditions and test parameters.

Since its inception, ATT has performed Rock Mechanics testing for hundreds of world-wide clients, ranging from North Sea oil wells, to rock fill dams in Peru, to coal mines in Colorado, to dams in Virginia, to landslides in Utah and Wyoming, to gold mining projects in the former Soviet Union, Australia, and Venezuela, and diamond mines in Canada. Our client base includes numerous civil, environmental, and mining engineering companies based both domestically and internationally.

We also have completed projects both directly and indirectly for several local, state, national, and international government agencies, such as the Wyoming Department of Transportation, the US Army Corps of Engineers, the US Department of Energy, and the Egyptian Department of Antiquities.

Hamid Nazeri, Ph.D
Rock Mechanics Division Manager
hnazeri@terratesting.com
Tests
Equipment Info
Rock User Guide
Classification
Moisture Content and Density
Specific Gravity
Specific Gravity and Absorption
Atterberg Limits Test
(Modified for rock)
Strength
Direct Shear on Rock Joints
Unconfined Compressive Strength (peak load only)
Unconfined Compressive Strength (w/ stress/strain curve, Young's modulus, Poisson's ratio)
Triaxial Compressive Strength (peak load only)
Triaxial Compressive Strength (w/ stress/strain curve, Young's modulus, Poisson's ratio)
Indirect Splitting Tensile Strength (Brazilian disc method)
Slake Durability Test
Sonic Velocities (unstressed condition)
CERCHAR Abrasivity Index
Modulus of Rupture
Creep of Hard Rock in Uniaxial Compression
Schmidt Rebound Hardness
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