Planning of Stability Slopes in the Open pit Mine Suvodol in Function for Minimize of the Deformities

Georgievski, Blagoja and Dambov, Risto (2010) Planning of Stability Slopes in the Open pit Mine Suvodol in Function for Minimize of the Deformities. In: Proceedings of the IVth International Geomechanics Conference, “Theory and practice of geomechanics for effectiveness the mining production and the construction”.


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Ensuring stability of slopes is needed to ensure safe exploitation of the currently planned activities in the mines, taking into consideration the safety of people and mechanization. Technological process for the exploitation on the mine “Suvodol” and the conception of the exploitation waste and coal are the primary factors that cause distortion of the natural balance of geomechanics in the ground of the area of the mine. Distortion of the stability comes as a result of changing the geometrical shape of slopes created during the technological process,, which causes the critical deformations. Subject of geomechanics analysis is stability and final slope stability of the mine and planning changes on the ground in the function of the technological process for exploitation. Acknowledging the geomechanical changes that occur in the workplace (coal or waste), as well as the change of the piezometic level of the underground waters and as a result there is a change of the coefficient of safety (Fs) and presents an opportunity for an analysis and efficient application of modern software programs.

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
Subjects: Natural sciences > Other natural sciences
Divisions: Faculty of Natural and Technical Sciences
Depositing User: Risto Dambov
Date Deposited: 18 Dec 2012 08:50
Last Modified: 17 Jun 2013 11:22

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