Study on the Law of the Movement and Damage to Slope with the Combination of Underground Mining and Open-Pit Mining
Gaofeng Ren, Xingkui Fang
DOI: 10.4236/eng.2010.23029   PDF    HTML     6,155 Downloads   10,196 Views   Citations


Under circumstances in which both underground mining and open-pit mining are employed, the mining effects of two approaches will be superposed and the mining slope will receive several induced stress fields, which makes the sliding mechanism and deformation law of slope rock mass more complicated. This paper, targeting at the east slope of Antaibao Mine with the joint employment of underground mining and open-pit mining, aims to study the moving law of the slope rock mass and the damage mechanism to the overburden of the goaf by numerical simulation. It is supposed that models of possible damage to the slope could be explored for guidance to safety-production of the mine.

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G. Ren and X. Fang, "Study on the Law of the Movement and Damage to Slope with the Combination of Underground Mining and Open-Pit Mining," Engineering, Vol. 2 No. 3, 2010, pp. 201-204. doi: 10.4236/eng.2010.23029.

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