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RocNews 2007 - Civil Engineering - University of Toronto

RocNews 2007 - Civil Engineering - University of Toronto

RocNews 2007 - Civil Engineering - University of

New Rock Fracture Dynamics Lab Aims to Revolutionize Research in Engineering Geoscience The Lassonde Institute at the University of Toronto is now home to the new Rock Fracture Dynamics Laboratory (RFDL). Over 5 years since pen was put to grant application paper, the first experiment in the RFDL has been performed, and models are being run on the computer cluster. The RFDL is an integrated facility for performing analyzing and visualizing rock fracture experiments, producing high resolution experimental models on the computer cluster, and validating models through numerical and measured result comparison. The project is headed by Professor Paul Young of the Department of Civil Engineering. The RFDL will boost research partnerships with local Departments at the University including Geology and Physics, and will also be a strong catalyst for collaboration with the top international researchers in the fields of rock mechanics and geophysics. As well as fundamental research, the facility will help produce highly trained and qualified people that will be of interest to companies in the Canadian mining industry, petroleum engineering field, and the geophysics and geotechnical sectors. This all fits into the goals of the University and Lassonde Institute which are to foster interdisciplinary research, and increase the potential for innovation and competitiveness in geoscience research. The RFDL was made possible through funding from the Canadian Foundation for Innovation (CFI), Ontario Innovation Trust, and Keck Foundation, as well as industry contributions including MTS Systems Corporation and Dell Canada Inc. Lassonde Institute Innovation in Engineering Geoscience University of Toronto

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