Field Test of an In-Seam Seismic - Based Void Detection Technique
An in-seam seismic (ISS) - based void detection technique was developed and tested for three general mine conditions: anthracite, bituminous and trona. The detection range tested varied from 80 to 100 m for trona mines and from 33 to 66 m for bituminous mines. High quality and broad band signals were obtained from these tests and were used to delineate the voids. The paper provides a brief discussion on the technical features of this void detection technique, the testing conditions and results, and a general assessment of the technique.
M. C. Ge, "Field Test of an In-Seam Seismic - Based Void Detection Technique," SME Annual Meeting and Exhibit 2010, Society of Manufacturing Engineers, Jan 2010.
Mining and Nuclear Engineering
Keywords and Phrases
Carbonate minerals; Seismology
Article - Conference proceedings
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01 Jan 2010