E3S Web Conf.
Volume 21, 2017IInd International Innovative Mining Symposium (Devoted to Russian Federation Year of Environment)
|Number of page(s)||6|
|Section||Environment Saving Mining Technologies|
|Published online||10 November 2017|
Rock Deformation Behavior Near Excavations Under the Influence of High Tectonic Stress in Coal Seam V-12, “Severnaya” Mine, JSC “Urgalugol”
1 Kuzbass State Technical University named after T.F. Gorbachev, branch in the city of Prokopyevsk, 19A, Nogradskaya Str., 653033, Prokopievsk, Russia.
2 JSC “Urgalugol”, 2 Magistralnaya Str., Khabarovsk region, Verchnebureinsky District, 682030, Chegdomyn, Russia.
3 “RANK 2” Ltd., 119 Kuznetsky Ave., 650055, Kemerovo, Russia.
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The article is devoted to determination of roof bolt parameters in coal mine excavations when there is rather high tectonic stress. The work was complicated by the presence of considerable number of fractures in the adjacent rock of seam V-12 in “Severnaya” mine (JSC “Urgalugol”) as well as variable stress field, low roof rock strength and heterogeneity, considerable rock shift during excavations development and maintenance. The article presents the results of horizontal and vertical stress measurements in the rock mass, physical and mechanical properties, roof rock structure and fracturing. According to the results of boreholes study by means of borehole endoscope the authors fully confirmed the forecasted parameters of areas with roof rock discontinuity, the boundaries of unstable rock. The article presents the measurement results of roof rock shift during development face advance. Based on the research, recommendations on excavations development and proper support using were given under conditions of seam V-12 in “Severnaya” mine (JSC “Urgalugol”).
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