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Structural Stability of Coal Mine Entry Intersections - Case Studies.
Hana-K; Conover-DP; Haramy-KY; Kneisley-RO
Proc 27th Symp on Rock Mechanics Tuscaloosa, Alabama, 1986 Jun; :512-519
This paper describes a rock mechanics instrumentation program, data analyses, and a comparison of two case studies conducted at two underground mines, designated as "a" and "b", in the Illinois coal basin. The instrumentation plans and data collected during development and long-term monitoring of four-way intersections and adjoining entries are presented. Data analyses of premining and postmining roof stress, pillar loading, strata movement, roof bolt loading, and geologic features are included.
Proc. 27th Symp. on Rock Mechanics, Tuscaloosa, Alabama, June 23-25, 1986, PP. 512-519
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