Trend analysis in assesment and prediction of slope stability in open coal mines

Panov, Zoran and Jovcevski, Saso and Despodov, Zoran and Mirakovski, Dejan and Karanakova Stefanovska, Radmila and Sijakova-Ivanova, Tena (2011) Trend analysis in assesment and prediction of slope stability in open coal mines. 22 Wolrd Mining Congress, Istanbul, Turkey, 1. pp. 581-589. ISSN 978-605-01-0146-1

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Geotechnical analysis of the condition of slope stability of excavation blocks in the open coal mine
allows to define the safety assessment and prediction of the ongoing process of exploration and
planning in future development.
Subject of research in this paper will be geotechnical analyze of working environment covered with
everyday exploitation and already completed benches.
In this paper will be performed comprehensive analysis of several distinctive sections. We used the
information from monthly reports of geotechnical stability of excavated blocks in the period from
April 2009 to December 2010.
The primary goals of the research area is a function of calculating, assessing, analyzing and
prediction the geotechnical stability of final slopes of the coal open pit mine.
Accordingly, the goals of the research in this paper, in accordance with the basic task of main
plane of the coal mine, will be:
- Determination of the coefficient of stability;
- Assessment of the stability of excavation blocks;
- Analysis of the slope stability of working and final benches;
- Trend analysis and prediction of assessing the slope stability and
- Conclusion and suggestion for further research

Item Type: Article
Subjects: Natural sciences > Earth and related environmental sciences
Engineering and Technology > Environmental engineering
Engineering and Technology > Other engineering and technologies
Divisions: Faculty of Natural and Technical Sciences
Depositing User: Zoran Panov
Date Deposited: 29 Nov 2012 08:25
Last Modified: 21 Aug 2013 11:35

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