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|Mining experiences have shown that in a pitching seam, roof behavior is significantly different from a flat seam. Uphill mining usually experiences more roof problems than downhill mining. Based on a case study at RAG American Coal Company, Willow Creek Mine, this paper presents the roof control problems experienced in a high pitching seam. Then, finite element modeling is conducted to analyze the roof stress distribution for an entry developed in different directions relative to the seam strike. The results shows that seam inclination has a significant effect on roof stability in terms of tensile stress. Uphill mining experiences higher tensile stress than downhill mining. The modeling technique utilized in this analysis presents a first of kind methodology.|
Additional chapters/articles from the SME-ICGCM book Proceedings 19th International Conference On Ground Control In Mining
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