E3S Web of Conf.
Volume 36, 2018BIG 2018 – 4th Nationwide Scientific Conference on Engineering-Infrastructure-Mining
|Number of page(s)||6|
|Section||Mining environmental effects|
|Published online||09 April 2018|
Effects of strong mining tremors, and assessment of the buildings' resistance to the dynamic impacts
The Strata Mechanics Research Institute PAN, Cracow, Poland
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A particularly important element in the assessment of the actual state of the threats which is caused by conducting the mining exploitation of seams bumping under the urban areas is to diagnose the condition of the land development after hard shocks. In the buildings, for which the impact of the mining activities, including the tremors, is not taken into account at the stage of design and formulation of the strength and use conditions, conclusions from the structure behaviour under the tremor influence are an essential part of the assessment of the possibility for transferring the further dynamic impacts. The use of conclusions from the in situ research has its role in anticipating the behaviour of the buildings in case of the forecast of the mining tremors effects in the regions of their impacts. These conclusions should also provide ground for the assumptions to the scope of the building prevention necessary to be taken in case of forecasting the tremors with big intensity. Based on the analysis of effects which occurred in the land development after the highenergy mining tremors, the elements of the dynamic resistance assessment for the buildings with traditional structure were discussed.
Key words: dynamic resistance of the building / effects of mining shocks / strong mining shocks
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