If you have access to OneMine as part of a member benefit, log in through your member association website for a seamless user experience.
|The present computerized mine planning systems use CAD-like and Data Base Management System (DBMS) environments for the handling of numerical, textural, and graphical data. These two environments are usually integrated, that the data provided by the DBMS are linked to any graphical element rendered by the CAD system. The subsidence monitoring, analysis and prediction process should be integrated with the mine design process. It should allow for the assessment of impacts of mining on surface, surface utilities, and structures. It should also provide for the measures to control mining, that will create only acceptable levels of negative impacts on the surface. The common data base, and graphical capabilities of the CAD interface, may be used with great advantage for both systems. The findings of the subsidence engineering modulus should be directly incorporated into the mine design system, and vice versa. In this paper the author suggests guidelines for the development of the comprehensive computer system, able not only to predict the vertical and horizontal components of the ground movement, but also assess the induced surface damages, and costs related to subsidence prevention and compensation.|
Additional chapters/articles from the SME-ICGCM book Proceedings of 14th International Conference on Ground Control in fining
|Truss Systems For Longwall Tailgate Support - Update||Cable Support Systems For Longwall Gate Road Stability||Innovative Tailgate Support For Heavy Ground: 11 Left Longwa||Parameters Affecting Resin-Anchored Cable Bolt Performance:||Roof Support Performance In High Stress Conditions||Regional Horizontal Stress And Its Effect On Longwall Mining||Deformation Development Around Mine Roadways And Simulation||Monitoring Mobile Roof Supports||Analysis Of Retreat Mining Pillar Stability||Planning And Design For Barrier Pillar Recovery Three Case H||Influence Of Partings In A Coal Seam On Long Term Pillar Sta||A Cooperative Study Of Gate Entry Designs Welbeck Colliery (||Comparative Case Study Of Yielding And Critical Coal Pillar||Comparison Of Empirical, Analytical, And Numerical Methods O||Nonlinear Approach For Determining Design Criteria For Yield||In-Situ Coal Strength Determination - Case Studies||The Design And Application Of Propsetter? In Underground Coa||Renewed Interest In Prop Supports As A Replacement For Wood||Improved Intersection Design And Monitoring In The Sydney Co||Drivage System In Retreat Longwall Gateroad||Case Study Of Stability Investigations Related To Shallow Un||Analysis Of Rockbolt Performance At The Waste Isolation Pilo||Continuous Improvement In Cuttable Coal Rib Support In Austr||Floor Failure Induced By Lateral Stress Ahead Of Longwall Su||Towards A Method Of Determining Floor Quality In An Undergro||Chinese And North American High-Extraction Underground Coal||Integration Of CAD-Based Mine Planning And Subsidence Engine||Development Of A Subsidence Database And Determination Of Su||Statistical Regional Calibration Of Subsidence Prediction Mo||Subsidence Monitoring Results, Thick Seam Longwall Mining In||Application Of Mechanical And Groundwater-Flow Models To Pre||The Application Of Underground In-Seam Seismic Methods (UISS||Vertical Stress Redistribution Around A Retreating Longwall||Entry Stability Monitoring & Analysis For Longwall & Continu||A Case Study Of A Deformation Mechanism Around A Two-Entry G||Multiseam Mining On South African Collieries||Design And Planning Of Lower Seam Longwall Gateroads||Optimizing Pillar Design In A Multi-Seam Environment|