Geomechanical Processes during Underground Mining
School of Underground Mining 2012
Published September 3rd 2012 by CRC Press – 300 pages
This volume deals with economic aspects of mining companies’ development strategies, various mineral deposits development techniques, imitational modeling of mine workings with rock massif, methane extraction technologies during coal mining, geomechanical processes during plow mining, mining transport importance for mineral extraction, massif strain-stress state management using non-explosive destructing materials, and surface mining's detrimental influence on the environment.
Special attention is paid to alternative ways of mining, such as borehole underground coal gasification for extraction of hardly accessible coal and development of gasification plant and development and use of alternative sources of energy such as gas hydrates and sun energy are also disucssed in this book.
This collection of scientific papers will be of interest to mining engineers, engineering technicians, designers, scientific and research personnel, students, postgraduates, and all mining-related professionals working in the coal and ore industry.
Coal industry developments in the Ukraine
Over-coal thin layered massif deformation of weak rocks
Finite-element method for multi-parameter system "Rock Massif - Combined Support" computation
Mine working destruction
The thickness variation seams
Spontaneous combustion and coal dust explosibility
Methane and artificial gas extracting
Brown coal underground gasification
Geomechanical processes at plow longwall mining in weak rocks
Reliability and carrying capability of support service vehicles
Monitoring by method of conductivity
Analysis of stress-strain state of rock mass
Influence of coal seams gasification on bearing rocks
Hydrodynamic cavitation in energy-saving technologies in mining industry
Economic aspects of development strategy of mining companies
Methods of determining untidust respirator quality
Unexplosive destroying materials