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Cable bolt support technology in North America.
Goris-JM; Nickson-SD; Pakalnis-R
Spokane, WA: U.S. Department of the Interior, Bureau of Mines, IC 9402, 1994 Jan; :1-51
Cable bolt supports are becoming an important ground control technique in underground mines in the United States and Canada. They show great versatility and are adaptable for use with many mining techniques, they have high load-carrying capacities, they can be installed in small areas with low roofs, and they are cost effective. Investigators in a number of research institutes in North America have conducted studies to assess the material and support properties of cable bolts, evaluate their support capabilities under various mining conditions, and provide design criteria for using cable bolt supports as roof control systems under varying mining conditions. While conducting these studies, personnel have collected important information on the history, application, performance, and economics of these supports. This Information Circular (IC) documents this information so that ground control personnel unfamiliar with cable bolt supports can gain an understanding and appreciation of their use. A comprehensive bibliography of technical information on cable bolt supports was selected by the authors and is also presented.
Grouting; Underground-mining; Mineral-industries; Manufacturing-technology; Industrial-and-mechanical-engineering; Mining-industry
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Spokane, WA: U.S. Department of the Interior, Bureau of Mines, IC 9402
Noranda Technical Center, Pointe Claire (Quebec); British Columbia Univ., Vancouver.
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