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Vol 172
Pages:
103-108
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Research article
Geotechnology

Justification of rational methods of opening and mining of IV horizon in conditions of Starobinskoe potassium salt deposit

Authors:
E. R. Kovalskii1
K. A. Bondarev2
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  • 1 — G.V. Plekhanov Saint Petersburg Mining Institute
  • 2 — G.V. Plekhanov Saint Petersburg Mining Institute
Date submitted:
2006-10-26
Date accepted:
2006-12-18
Date published:
2007-04-01

Abstract

The article presents methodological approaches to justification of rational development and mining of a new potash horizon. The state of ore mines of Belaruskali, geological conditions of IV potash horizon, main aspects concerning geomechanical justification of development parameters are considered. Based on the analysis of the stress and deformation state of rock strata recommendations for the development of IV potash horizon at the Third mine ("Belaruskali") are given.

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References

  1. Крауч С. Методы граничных элементов в механике твердого тела / С.Крауч, А.Старфилд. М.: Мир, 1987.

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