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|The implications of blast damage are harmful in both economic and physical sense. To understand the mysterious nature of blast damage assessment and prediction, field work was done by driving an experimental tunnel in the bench of a quartzite quarry. On the basis of the blast vibration monitoring records, a model was developed to predict the PPV at different distances from a blasthole. Critical particle velocity for damage and the output of the prediction model were used to delineate the extent of damage for different explosives. The predictory model was tested by designing a special blast and the burdens for the back holes have been recommended. The relationship between the critical particle velocity for "Fall Off' and the critical particle velocity for damage has been established. The existing criteria for blast damage have also been renewed in this paper.|
Additional chapters/articles from the SME-ICGCM book Proceedings of 12th International Conference on Ground Control in Mining
|Bolting Practice In Longwall Gateroads At The Miike Colliery||Cable Supports For Improved Longwall Gateroad Stability||Comparisons Of Active Versus Passive Bolts In A Bedded Mine||Flexibolt Flexible Roof Bolts: A New Concept For Strata Cont||The Design And Application Of Hercules Cribs For Underground||Cyprus Shoshone Tailgate Roof Control: Case Study||Engineering Methods For The Design And Employment Of Wood Cr||The Use Of Foamed Cement Cribs At American Electric Power Fu||A Comparison Of Support Reactions To Retreat Longwall Front||Entry Design For Optimum Stability In A Multi-Seam Environme||Gate Entry Design For Longwalls Using The Coal Mine Roof Rat||A Test Of Predictive Numerical Models To Simulate Entry Desi||The Coal Mine Roof Rating (CMRR) A Practical Rock Mass Class||Comparative Analysis Of Longwall Gateroad Designs In Four De||Further Improvements In The Roof Beam Tilt Method Of Gateroa||Application Of A Static And Geophysical Monitoring System Fo||Flexible Support Design For Gateroads Of Retreating Longwall||Longwall Support Monitoring||Case Studies Using Mine-Wide Monitoring Systems For Geotechn||An Application Of Tree Classification Method In Analysis Of||Image Analysis Development And Application To Fracture Patte||Mathematical Modeling Of Strong Roof Beds In Longwall Mining||Load Deformation Behavior Of Simulated Longwall Gob Material||Monitoring Of The Interaction Effects Over A Longwall Panel||Design, Monitoring And Evaluation Of A Pre-Driven Longwall R||Ground Control And Safety Considerations During Longwall Rec||Utilization Of Polymer Grid Structures In Shield Recovery Op||The Impact Of Variability In Coal Strength On Mine Planning||Underground Application Of Optimization||Modern Geotechnical Exploration And Mine Design||A New Method For Longwall Pillar Design||A Rock Mass Strength Concept For Coal Seams||Techniques To Increase Yield Pillar Residual Strength||Application Of Seismic Tomography For Assessing Yield Pillar||Structure, Strength And Relaxation Of Interbuden For Input I||Rock Compaction Caused By Dewatering In Poorly- Consolidated||Correlation Between The Effect Of Confining Pressure On Comp||Characterization Of Structural Integrity And Stress State Vi||Rock Mechanics Property Data Bank For Coal Measure Strata||Failure Modes Of Mine Tunnels In Stratified Rock Structures||Determination Of Plate Size Effect On Ultimate Bearing Capac||Development And Evaluation Of A Floor-Bearing Capacity Test||Investigation Of Blast Damage And Underground Stability||Development Of A Slope Stability Program For Improved Quarry||Material Instability Hazards In Mine Processing Operations||Mine Design Considerations For Surface Subsidence Control||Surface Fracture Development From Mine Subsidence In Eastern||An Integrated Approach To Subsidence Modelling And Predictio||Effect Of High-Extraction Coal Mining On Surface And Ground||Economic Evaluation Of Subsidence Damage Mitigation Techniqu|