A jointed rock is shown to be consisting of higher permeability and the reduction in the shear stress along the planes of the discontinuity is clearly increased with depicting the negligible tensile strength. The degree of the fracturing of the rock mass in the direction of the degree and is being provided for the purpose of controlling the number of the joints at the provided direction. Thereby, the spacing between the adjacent points are very much crucial for the enhancement of the size of the individual blocks, and the controlling of the mode failure can be easily depicted
It seems to be influencing the permeability of the rock mass and the even flow failure of the slope can be easily shown. The persistence of the discontinuity is defined to be in together representing the spacing and the size of the blocks that can slide from the face of the slope. The small area of the intact rock is indicated to be lying between the low persistent discontinuities, and the strength of the rock can be easily depicted to be much higher that the shear stress that seems to be acting on the slope. The roughness of the joint structure is indicated to be measuring the inherent unevenness and the waviness of the surface of the discontinuity. The structure simply illustrates the rough surface that comprises of the two components which are the components of the friction of the rock material and the interlocking that is being produced by the help of the identification made on the surfaces. These simply enable the enhancement of the inherent unevenness and the irregularities that affect the waviness on the surface and it enables the enhancement of the description regarding the geographical discontinuities.