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Assessment of blasting quality for lateral development in underground mines

Damian Gregory

Assessment of blasting quality for lateral development in underground mines

by Damian Gregory

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Published by Laurentian University, School of Graduate Studies in Sudbury, Ont .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby Damian Gregory.
SeriesCanadian theses=Thèses canadiennes
The Physical Object
Paginationxvi, 126 l. :
Number of Pages126
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22249682M
ISBN 109780494201732
OCLC/WorldCa298134047

  blasting techniques in high production underground metal mines Published on Method of Mining in Underground Metalliferous mines mainly depend on .   Investigations were carried out at three underground coal mines in India to study the response of surface structures to underground blasting and the likelihood of damage to the structures. The structures in the vicinity of the underground blasting area were single and multistoried residential houses. The amplitudes of vibration due to underground blasting were monitored simultaneously on Cited by:

Controlled blasting for enhanced safety in the underground environment by E.J. Sellers* Synopsis Good blasting practices based on the careful application of explosive energy lead to significantly safer mining operations. Case studies demonstrate how the selection of the correct charge mass, explosiveFile Size: 2MB. Blasting Techniques in High Production underground metal Mines. is the one of the best writing, I have read during the last few years. About N G Nair from thottakom Vaikom Kottayam Annamalai University Copper Mining Family from Malanjkhand Copper Project Drop Raising in Mining (VCR) Method Research & Development Project Mining Surpac Mining.

The seismic disturbances induced by blasting depend on the total explosive energy released during blasting and the nearness of the underground workings to operating open-pit mines. The quality of rock in which an opening has been created can have a significant influence on the amount of damage done by open-pit by: Grab sampling for underground gold mine grade control by S.C. Dominy*† Synopsis Geologists in some underground gold mines collect grab samples from broken ore piles or trucks as a method of grade control. It is often known as muck sampling. Generally, the goal of grab sampling is to try and reconcile the mined grade at the ore source to.


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Assessment of blasting quality for lateral development in underground mines by Damian Gregory Download PDF EPUB FB2

Lateral Development For underground hard rock mines, the term "lateral development" means the horizontal headings in a mine,such as drifts and cross-cuts on a mine level. Lateral development includes the inclined headings (ramps and declines) between levels.

The traditional drill and blast method remains the least expensive and most practical File Size: 1MB. underground mines, intelligent and proper planning for each blast is essential to ensure compliance with appropriate regulations. Everyone involved in blasting must be saf e, accurate, and thorough.

orebodies. The excavation work for underground mines is usually divided into two broad categories. These are the development and production. Development involves tunneling, shaft sinking, cross cutting, raising, etc so that the ore bodies are easily accessible and File Size: 2MB.

Underground Products and Services August UndergroUnd 1 At Orica, we recognise • Quality Blasting Audits and Risk Assessments – targeted at highlighting opportunities for cost efficiencies, safety and environmental improvements and blast optimisation.

• Increasing advance rates in lateral development through maximum advance File Size: 2MB. Rock Blasting in Underground Mining a simplified parabolic model is proposed to describe the development process of the boundary of top-coal in normal top-coal drawing cycles, where the Author: Zongxian Zhang.

Top stemming is necessary to stop the explosive energy from escaping through the upper part of blast-holes in cutting blasts of large-diameter deep-hole blasting in underground mines. The often-used single soil stemming frequently leads to material clogging which results in reduction of blasting efficiency.

In this paper, a new water-soil composite stemming is proposed to solve the : Xianyang Qiu, Xiuzhi Shi, Shu Zhang, Bo Liu, Jian Zhou. surface mines. The corresponding figure for underground mines was 56%. The data indicate injuries from inadequate blast area security are more prevalent in underground blasting.

Verakis & Lobb [ with updated data] analyzed more recent data () to assess any changes in. Subsidence from Underground Mining: Environmental Analysis and Planning Considerations By F.

Lee and J. Abel, Jr.1 ABSTRACT Subsidence, a universal process that occurs in response to the voids created by extracting solids or liquids from beneath the Earth's surface, is Cited by: Rules, Regulations, Research and Resources.

The Federal Surface Mining Control and Reclamation Act of requires that coal mine blasting be limited based on the site conditions so as to prevent: injury to persons, damage to public or private property outside the permit area, adverse impacts on any underground mine, and change in the course, channel, or availability of surface or ground.

examination of more than 50 different underground stone mines. Ten measurable and observable categories are proposed, representing a An assessment value from 1 to 5 is assigned within each category. Increasing values represent higher potential for failure. The assessment value of 3 is also used when information on a parameter is unknown.

Assessments for common blasting environments Underground Shotfirer Duration 3 Days Who Will Benefit This course is designed for those who have had some association with explosives at an operating mine site.

Course development has been driven by industry and caters for: • Experienced persons seeking to work in the undergroundFile Size: 1MB. PRINCIPLES OF BLASTING IN COAL Underground coal mining operations could be divided into two categories, namely, Development and Depillaring.

Both for bord -and-pillar as well as for longwall mining, driving galleries through coal seams are done. there are two techniques employed for blasting in development galleries.

=>Blasting on pre-cut face. Designing blast patterns using empirical formulas: a com­ parison of calculated patterns with plans used in quarrying limestone and dolomite, with geologic considerations. [Washington] U.S.

Dept. of the Interior, Bureau of Mines (] 33 p. illus., tables. (U.S. Bureau of File Size: 2MB. Manual for Abandoned Underground Mine Inventory and Risk Assessment Section 1: Introduction.

GENERAL DISCUSSION. The ODOT Abandoned Underground Mine Inventory and Risk Assessment process was conceived as a proactive response to the need to locate and assess the risk of all mapped or otherwise identified roadway sites beneath which abandoned underground mines exist.

Safety considerations when blasting off the solid in underground fiery coal mines by G.V.R. Landman* and K.S. Ireland* Synopsis In the early days of underground coal mining, the use of explosives to break coal resulted in a large number of disastrous methane and coal dust explosions and consequential loss of life.

Research by the. The development of an Abandoned Underground Mine Inventory and Risk Assessment process for all state roadways in Ohio is a formidable task. Hundreds of roadway sites may lay atop underground mines.

These roadway sites represent an existing, undefined, and. Divided into two volumes, this accessible work describes the principles involved in hard rock blasting as applied to open pit mines.

A large number of examples illustrate the application of the principles. The first volume introduces basic engineering concepts and the building blocks that make up a blast by: National Institute of Technology Rourkela This is to certify that the thesis entitled “ Optimization of Blasting Parameters in Opencast Mines ” submitted by Sri Manmit Rout (Roll.

No.: ) and Sri. Medda A. and others - The precision of long hole drilling with modern machines in mining operations, Rock Fragmentation by Blasting Symposium, Lulea, Sweden, August Google Scholar Author: Andrzej Zablocki, Leif Johansson.

17th International Mining Congress and Exhibition of Turkey- IMCET©, ISBN Increasing the Effectiveness of Blasting in Underground Mines dinov "Underground Developing of Minerals " Department ofK Satpayev Kazakh National Technical University.

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Bookmark the permalink. Post navigation ←.Blasting hazard awareness: underground coal mines [Unknown] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.Risk assessment workbook for mines Metalliferous, extractive and opal mines, and quarries IGA WRAC is a specific qualitative risk assessment method designed to be applied when an Example 4 An underground mine that uses explosives, crushes ore or rock, with a workshop.