Rock Bursts

The intergration of seismic monitoring with numerical modelling
Introduction Numerical modelling of rock-mass response to underground excavations is of vital importance for the decision-making process in designing and running a mine. Likewise, seismic monitoring with state-of-the- art local seismic
Testing of stope support systems under dynamic loading
Stope face fracturingbursting the effect of face support
Software tool for managing seismic hazard in seismically active mines
Seismology for rockburst prevention control and prediction 2
This final report on the SIMRAC project GAP409 presents a method (SOOTHSAY) for predicting larger mining induced seismic events in gold mines, as well as a pattern recognition algorithm (INDICATOR) for characterising the seismic response
Seismology for rockburst prevention control and prediction
Routine moment tensor inversion for design of stabilising pillars
Rockmass condition seismicity at intermediate depth in the BIC
Rockburst source studies-small particle formation
The research project comprising GAP 524 involved detailed examination of a group of 3 rockburst ruptures or burst-fractures discovered in a VCR stope panel on a peninsular remnant on Mponeng Mine at a depth of 2550m below surface. A
Rockburst site response criteria for support design 2
The objective of this investigation is to improve worker safety through a better understanding of mine excavation response to rockbursts. The improved understanding should lead to improved mine layout and support design. The

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