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Volume 168, 2020II International Conference Essays of Mining Science and Practice
|Number of page(s)||10|
|Published online||06 May 2020|
Formulation of methods reducing landslide phenomena and the collapse of career slopes during open-pit mining
Satbayev University, 50013, Almaty, Satbayev Str., 22, Kazakhstan
2 Kazakh Leading Academy of Architecture and Civil Engineering, 50050, Almaty, Ryskulbekov Str., 28, Kazakhstan
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In this article, methods of reducing landslide phenomena and collapse of career of slopes, in the extraction of minerals with the open-pit mining approach are set out. The ways of uncovering upper argillaceous acclivities with the creation of buttresses made from rocky minerals are suggested. Also, technological frameworks of the establishment of acclivities of benches in primary resources, with preliminary conduct of the research on the deformation of the minerals from the drilling-andblasting activities are offered. On the basis of the dynamic processes of blasting and resistance of the massif to the breakage, there is a formula offered, for determining the rate of fracturing, and the methodology of calculation of the specific charge of the blasting substance, including and excluding the fracturing of the massif is substantiated. The technique of defining the parameters of buttresses, used in strengthening of the acclivities, piled with unstable argillaceous and friable minerals, is also suggested.
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