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Vladimir I. Golik
Vladimir I. Golik
Professor, Ph.D.
Geophysical Institute of the Vladikavkaz Scientific Center of the Russian Academy of Sciences
Professor, Ph.D.
Geophysical Institute of the Vladikavkaz Scientific Center of the Russian Academy of Sciences
Vladikavkaz
Russia
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Mining
  • Date submitted
    2020-06-12
  • Date accepted
    2020-06-12
  • Date published
    2020-06-30

Management of hardening mixtures properties when stowing mining sites of ore deposits

Underground mining is characterized by the weakening of the bearing rock mass strata competence and the accumulation of mineral waste. The full use of subsurface resources is ensured by the use of technologies with filling voids by hardening mixtures, which requires high-quality raw materials to obtain the required strength. The deficit of the binding component can be filled with the use of granulated slags of blast-furnace process, mill tailings, ash-slags and other wastes. Most often, voids are laid by mixtures with a combination of cement and a binding component. Mixtures with ash-slag additives to cement in an equivalent amount are not inferior to the strength of the mixture only with cement, especially when grinding ash-slag. The properties of stowing rock masses when using composite binding components and inert fillers are controlled by mechanical, chemical, physical and energy effects at the stages of preparation and transportation of hardening mixtures. To obtain the active fraction of cement substitutes, disintegrators are used that apply the inertia forces of materials at a high speed of rotation with an increase in high activity indicators and lower energy costs. The components of hardening mixtures can be the majority of waste from mining and related industries, which is determined experimentally in specific conditions.

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Vladimir I. Golik, Yury V. Dmitrak, Vitaly I. Komashchenko, Nikolay M. Kachurin (2020) Management of hardening mixtures properties when stowing mining sites of ore deposits. Journal of Mining Institute. Vol 243. p. 285. DOI: 10.31897/pmi.2020.3.285
Mining
  • Date submitted
    2019-02-26
  • Date published
    2019-10-27

Ensuring Stability of Undermining Inclined Drainage Holes During Intensive Development of Multiple Gas-Bearing Coal Layers

At high rates of production face advance, requirements towards reliable operation of undermining drainage holes get raised. The issue of maintaining high intensity of gaseous seams development under naturally increasing gas content, mining depth and capacity of production equipment poses a problem. The greatest threat comes from the loss of hole stability in the bearing pressure affected zone (in front of the face) and in the intensive shift area of overhanging rock corbels (behind the face). Intensification of air leaks due to deformation of borehole channel leads to impoverishment of removed methane-air mixture and an increasing risk to disturb safe aerogas regime in the mining area. The paper describes a mechanism of how coal-face operations affect the state of underground holes and formation of overhanging rock corbels. A typification of basic kinds of borehole deformations is presented. Authors point out critical disadvantages of the most widely-used technological schemes of gaseous seams development under high load on the production face, which hinder normal operation of a gas drainage system. As a result of research, a dependency of shot hole number, as well as the distance between shot hole axes and the borehole, on the stress state of the borehole outline has been defined more precisely. Basing on that, a formula to calculate drilling parameters of the discharge hole system has been suggested. Implementation of these measures will allow to increase the efficiency of underground gas drainage and to maintain growing intensity of gaseous coal seam development.

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V. S. Brigida, V. I. Golik, Yu. V. Dmitrak, O. Z. Gabaraev (2019) Ensuring Stability of Undermining Inclined Drainage Holes During Intensive Development of Multiple Gas-Bearing Coal Layers. Journal of Mining Institute. Vol 239. p. 497. DOI: 10.31897/pmi.2019.5.497