By B. H. G. Brady
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This new version has been thoroughly revised to mirror the striking recommendations in mining engineering and the awesome advancements within the technological know-how of rock mechanics and the perform of rock angineering taht have taken position during the last 20 years. even though "Rock Mechanics for Underground Mining" addresses a number of the rock mechanics matters that come up in underground mining engineering, it's not a textual content solely for mining functions.
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Visual inspections must be undertaken regularly to locate any structurally controlled failures and areas of anomalous response, and these should be mapped routinely. Finally, data should be collected on the production performance of each stope, and the ﬁnal conﬁguration of each stope should be surveyed and mapped. The aim in this case is to seek any correlation between rock mass local performance and stope productivity. 5 Retrospective analysis The process of quantitative analysis of data generated by monitoring activity is intended to reassess and improve knowledge of the in situ mechanical properties of the rock mass, as well as to review the adequacy of the postulated mine model.
7 Rigid-body rotation of an element producing component displacements of adjacent points. e. 8 Displacement components produced by pure longitudinal strain. 29b) The contribution of deformation to the relative displacement [d␦] is determined by considering elongation and distortion of the element. 8 represents the elongation of the block in the x direction. 30) The components of relative displacement arising from distortion of the element are derived by considering an element subject to various modes of pure shear strain.
7 indicates that data generated by retrospective analysis are used to update the site characterisation data, mine model and design process, via the iterative loop. This procedure represents no more than a logical formalisation of the observational principle long used in soil mechanics practice (Peck, 1969). It is a natural engineering response to the problems posed by basic limitations in site characterisation and conceptualisation associated with excavation design in geologic media. 1 Problem deﬁnition The engineering mechanics problem posed by underground mining is the prediction of the displacement ﬁeld generated in the orebody and surrounding rock by any excavation and ore extraction processes.