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A. V. Chebakov
A. V. Chebakov
Saint Petersburg State Mining Institute (Technical University)
Saint Petersburg State Mining Institute (Technical University)
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Geomechanics
  • Date submitted
    2016-12-06
  • Date published
    2011-02-01

Development of strains in uniform slopes with phased mining

Side deep pits are complex engineering structures, which depend on the state of mine safety. As bating and opening new horizons in the development of mineral deposits open as a result of long-term at the edge array of pits are changing the natural stress and accumulated fatigue, which leads to deformation of the sides, ending in some cases, catastrophic collapses and landslides. Prevention of dangerous destructive strains edge arrays depends on reliable assessment of emerging strains.

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A. M. Mochalov, A. V. Chebakov (2011) Development of strains in uniform slopes with phased mining. Journal of Mining Institute. Vol 190. p. 244.
Geomechanics, geodesy, mine surveying and cadastre
  • Date submitted
    2016-12-08
  • Date published
    2011-01-01

Influence of action of underground waters on deformation of the open pit edges

Side deep pits are complex engineering structures, which depend on the state of mine safety. As bating and opening new horizons in the development of mineral deposits open as a result of longterm at the edge array of pits are changing the natural stress and accumulated fatigue, which leads to deformation of the sides, ending in some cases, catastrophic collapses and  landslides. Prevention of dangerous destructive strains edge arrays depends on reliable assessment of emerging strains.

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A. G. Protosenya, A. V. Chebakov (2011) Influence of action of underground waters on deformation of the open pit edges. Journal of Mining Institute. Vol 189. p. 244.
Problems in geomechanics of technologeneous rock mass
  • Date submitted
    2016-12-22
  • Date published
    2010-01-01

Method of calculation stability of the open pit edges

During the opencast mining operations with bating and opening-up of new horizons as a result of the process duration in the near-edge rock mass, fatigue accumulates, which leads to slope deformations in the form of slide rocks, rock falls, roof breaks, and, in some cases, large-scale landslides. Given that the open pit edges are complex engineering structures, on the state of which mining operations effectiveness and safety depend, their stability control is a very urgent problem.

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A. V. Chebakov (2010) Method of calculation stability of the open pit edges. Journal of Mining Institute. Vol 185. p. 175.