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Cementitious seal/rock interface under hydrostatic and dynamic loadings.

Authors
Morsy-K; Yassien-A; Kallu-RR; Peng-SS; Lawall-CE
Source
Proceedings of the 28th International Conference on Ground Control in Mining, July 28-30, 2009, Morgantown, West Virginia. Peng SS, Barczak T, Mark C, Tadolini S, Finfinger G, Heasley K, Luo Y, eds., Morgantown, WV: West Virginia University, 2009 Jul; :155-161
NIOSHTIC No.
20035775
Abstract
Cementitious seals are made of foamed cements with strength ranging from 100 to 600 psi. These cementitious seals are usually used at locations where the seal will be subjected to some convergence, assuming that this material can absorb entry closure without compromising the structural integrity of the seal. Prior to 2006, Lake Lynn Experimental Mine (LLEM) conducted full-scale tests on various cementitious seals designed to meet or exceed the 20-psi horizontal static load requirements of the old 30 CFR1 75.335. Both hydrostatic and dynamic loading tests were conducted. The structural response (pressure and displacement readings) obtained from these tests were recorded. The stability of the cementitious seal is based on balancing the load applied to the face of the seal from the explosion against the shearing resistance at the seal/rock interface. Therefore, the properties of the seal/rock interface, such as stiffness, cohesion, friction, etc. are critical to determine the stability of a cementitious seal. These properties are usually assumed by the researchers in their models. This paper emphasizes the importance of having the correct properties of seal/rock interface in the numerical modeling. FLAC 3D models were developed to simulate Celuseal2 cementitious seals subjected to both hydrostatic and dynamic loadings. Using the hydrostatic and dynamic loading test data conducted at LLEM, the static and dynamic properties of the seal/ rock interface were back calculated. The FLAC 3D models showed good agreement with the test results.
Keywords
Ground-control; Ground-stability; Mining-industry; Underground-mining; Mine-shafts; Stone-mines; Room-and-pillar-mining
Publication Date
20090728
Document Type
Conference/Symposia Proceedings
Editors
Peng-SS; Barczak-T; Mark-C; Tadolini-S; Finfinger-G; Heasley-K; Luo-Y
Funding Type
Contract
Fiscal Year
2009
NTIS Accession No.
NTIS Price
ISBN No.
9780978938338
Identifying No.
Contract-2007-N-09921
Source Name
Proceedings of the 28th International Conference on Ground Control in Mining, July 28-30, 2009, Morgantown, West Virginia
State
WV
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