E3S Web of Conf.
Volume 36, 2018BIG 2018 – 4th Nationwide Scientific Conference on Engineering-Infrastructure-Mining
|Number of page(s)||8|
|Section||Mining environmental effects|
|Published online||09 April 2018|
Approximate classification of mining tremors harmfulness based on free-field and building foundation vibrations
Pedagogical University of Cracow, Institute of Technology, Krakow, Poland
2 Central Mining Institute, Department of Geology and Geophysics, Katowice, Poland
3 Cracow University of Technology, Institute of Structural Mechanics, Krakow, Poland
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The paper compares the results of an approximate evaluation of mining tremors harmfulness performed on the basis of free-field and simultaneously measured building foundation vibrations. The focus is on the office building located in the Upper Silesian Basin (USB). The empirical Mining Intensity Scale GSI-GZWKW-2012 has been applied to classify the harmfulness of the rockbursts. This scale is based on the measurements of free-field vibrations but, for research purposes, it was also used in the cases of building foundation vibrations. The analysis was carried out using the set of 156 pairs ground – foundation of velocity vibration records as well as the set of 156 pairs of acceleration records induced by the same mining tremors.
Key words: mining tremors / GSI scale / harmfulness of vibrations / ground vibrations / foundation vibrations
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