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Analysis of the Impact on Hydraulic Facilities Due to Underground Mining Based on the Influence Function Method

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A mathematical model based on influence function method was established to predict the surface movement and deformation due to underground mining, and the impact on the upper hydraulic facilities in one coal mine was analyzed used the model. The analysis indicates: the maximum surface subsidence reaches 3.5 m, and the predicted maximum horizontal surface deformation reaches 7.0 mm/m, which would result in crack, deformation and uneven settlement in the soil foundation of the upper hydraulic facilities and influence the quality directly. Therefore, reasonable engineering measurements should be adopted to ensure the safe operation.

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X. Liang and G. Hao, "Analysis of the Impact on Hydraulic Facilities Due to Underground Mining Based on the Influence Function Method," Applied Mathematics, Vol. 4 No. 3, 2013, pp. 510-513. doi: 10.4236/am.2013.43076.

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