Prediction of Surface Movement with Emphasis on Horizontal Deformation Due to Mining
In predicting the integrity of under-mined structures, surface horizontal displacements and curvatures are frequently of greater importance than the more homogeneous vertical displacements. Accurate evaluation of mining induced subsidence and horizontal displacement further requires that the predictive model adequately represents the subsurface geology, mining geometry and extraction sequencing. The following documents an extension of the Subsidence Prediction and System Identification method (SPASID) to the evaluation of horizontal strains. Comparisons are made between predictions from SPASID and two other empirical methods against measured data from a case study. The system identification method is illustrated to predict horizontal displacements and strains most consistently with the in situ data.
M. Bai et al., "Prediction of Surface Movement with Emphasis on Horizontal Deformation Due to Mining," Proceedings of the 30th US Symposium on Rock Mechanics (USRMS), American Rock Mechanics Association (ARMA), Jan 1989.
30th US Symposium on Rock Mechanics (USRMS)
Mining and Nuclear Engineering
Article - Conference proceedings
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01 Jan 1989