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Three-dimensional Finite Element Modeling of a Cable-bolted Cut and Fill Stope.

Authors
Pariseau-WG; Duan-F
Source
Proc 2nd Canadian Conf on Computer Applications in the Miner Industry Cim 2:655-67
Link
NIOSHTIC No.
10011222
Abstract
A mechanized cut-and-fill stope at the Homestake Mine in Lead, SD, was instrumented, modeled, and monitored over a 3-year period. Conventional and bird-cage cable bolts were installed in regularly spaced fans of seven to nine holes over two sections of the stope prior to mining. Visual observations suggested that the birdcage cable bolts provided more support than conventional bolts. Calibration of a finite element model with respect to rock mass elastic and strength properties required extensive computations. Implementation of a rational cable bolt model showed little difference in rock mass motion with cable bolt supports.
Publication Date
19910101
Document Type
IH; Final Contract Report;
Fiscal Year
1991
NTIS Accession No.
NTIS Price
Identifying No.
MIR 9-92
Source Name
Proc. 2nd Canadian Conf. on Computer Applications in the Miner. Industry; Cim, V. 2, PP. 655-67
State
UT;
Performing Organization
University of Utah
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