E3S Web Conf.
Volume 133, 2019AG 2019 – 5th International Conference on Applied Geophysics
|Number of page(s)||10|
|Section||Properties of Soil, Rock and Rock Mass and Modelling|
|Published online||25 November 2019|
Concept of workings reuse with application of resource-saving bolting systems
1 Dnipro University of Technology, 19 Yavornytskoho Ave., 49005 Dnipro, Ukraine
2 PJSC “DTEK Pavlohradvuhillia”, MM “Dniprovske”, 76 Soborna Ave., 51400 Pavlohrad, Ukraine
3 PJSC “DTEK Pavlohradvuhillia”, MM “Heroiv Kosmosu”, 76 Soborna Ave., 51400 Pavlohrad, Ukraine
4 PJSC “Donetsksteel” – Metallurgical Plant”, 30 Lesi Ukrainky Blvd, 01133 Kyiv, Ukraine
* Corresponding author: email@example.com
The new support patterns have been revealed for controlling the combinations of the roof rocks strengthening processes in extraction mine workings with combined roof-bolting systems. It has been established that in adjacent roof rocks, by means of a combination of rope bolts and resin-grouted roof bolts, an armored and rock plate is formed, the high load-bearing capacity of which is achieved by maintaining the horizontal thrust forces that reduces the concentrations of all the stresses components to a level many times lower than the strength characteristics of the lithotypes. The criterion has been substantiated for assessing the resistance level of roof-bolts as a part of the combined roof-bolting system, which is used for determination of the most important geomechanical factors in terms of the system loading degree. The patterns have been established of a degree of loading the roof-bolts being a part of the combined roof-bolting system from the main influencing geomechanical factors. The calculated expressions have been obtained to determine the needed parameters for effectively strengthening the roof in workings by a combined roof-bolting system. The mine experiment analysis has been performed as well.
Key words: workings / bolting systems / computational experiment / working support
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