Mining Contract: Generation of Geomechanical and Time-dependent Properties of Coal and Coal Measure Rocks
Strata instability in a coal mine is a highly time-dependent phenomenon, but little effort has been made to collect quality data about the effect of time. This research seeks to further efforts to understand the time-dependent behavior of some coal measure rocks under certain loading conditions, evaluate post-failure behavior, and provide quality laboratory inputs for numerical modeling.
Contract Status & Impact
This contract is ongoing.
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- Page last updated: 7/19/2016
- Content source: National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, Mining Program