Rock Fragmentation by Blasting
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Engelska
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872
Utgivningsdatum
2012-11-05
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CRC Press
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254 x 177 x 50 mm
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1
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Contains 1 Book and 1 CD-Audio
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9780415621434
Rock Fragmentation by Blasting

Rock Fragmentation by Blasting

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Rock Fragmentation by Blasting contains the papers presented at the 10th International Symposium on Rock Fragmentation by Blasting (New Delhi, India, 26-29 November 2012), and represents the most advanced forum on blasting science and technology. The contributions cover all major recent advancements in blasting and fragmentation, from realistic treatment of the target rock; modelling, measurement and prediction of blast results; control of blast-induced damage, to special blast designs applicable to civil construction and demolition projects. The latest developments on environmental issues associated with blasting operations such as vibrations, flyrock, and dust are also included. Rock Fragmentation by Blasting provides the state-of-the-art in explosives and blasting engineering, and will be a valuable source of information for researchers and practitioners involved in these areas.
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Foreword Organising Institution Committees Sponsors Section 1 - Keynotes Lessons from single-hole blasting in mortar, concrete and rocks F. Ouchterlony & P. Moser Frontiers and challenges in numerical simulation of the blasting process using the combined finite discrete element method A. Munjiza, V. Divic & B. Mohanty Innovations in blast measurement: Reinventing the past A.T. Spathis Status of characterization of strength and fracture properties of rocks under dynamic loading K. Xia Section 2 - Rock Mass Characterisation and Fragmentation Crack formation in rocks due to action of cemented carbide bits C. Nariseti, B. Mohanty & M. Keskiniva On the branching-merging mechanism during dynamic crack growth as a major source of fines in rock blasting F. Ouchterlony & P. Moser Applied method integrating rock mass in blast design A.C. Sauvage Limits blast design: Controlling vibration, gas pressure & fragmentation C.K. McKenzie Blast optimisation through computer modelling of fragmentation, heave and damage P.C. Dare-Bryan, S. Mansfield & J. Schoeman Use radar reflectivity as possibility for measurements of fragmentation during the blasting C. Drebenstedt & J. Ortuta Influence of initiation point position on fragmentation by blasting in iron ore Y. Long, M.S. Zhong, Q.M. Xie, X.H. Li, K.J. Song & K. Liao Fragmentation in production rounds and mill through-put in the Aitik copper mine, a summary of development projects 2002-2009 F. Ouchterlony, P. Bergman & U. Nyberg Drilling and blasting technics by underground magnesite mining at Slovakia V. Bauer A new tool for homogenization of jointed rock masses using wave propagation analysis H. Gasmi, S. Yahyaoui & E. Hamdi SPH procedures for failure analysis of circular rock disk under distributed arc loading D. Deb & R. Pramanik Section 3 - Blast Design Quantification of the effect of inaccurate drilling on the risk of poor fragmentation and increased blast hazard E. Sellers, M. Kotze & M. Mthalane Ultra-high intensity blasting for improved ore comminution 1 G.F. Brent, M.D. Rothery, P.C. Dare-Bryan, S.J. Hawke, R. Gomez & I. Humeres Development of engineering blasting techniques in China X.G. Wang Investigation of blast design parameters to optimize fragmentation S.P. Singh & H. Abdul Causes of toe formation at dragline bench and its remedial measures P.K. Singh, M.P. Roy, A. Sinha, B. Singh & V.K. Singh Rockbursts provoked by destress blasting in hard coal longwall mining P. Konicek, K. Soucek, L. Stas & A. Przeczek Burden and spacing influence in ground vibration attenuation at coal overburden blast V.L. Rosenhaim, J.F. Feijo, E. Munaretti & J.F. Koppe The effects of delay time sequence and charge per delay on ground vibration: A case study U. Ozer, A. Karadogan, U. Kalayci, Z. Guclucan & M. Akgul Numerical simulation for the influence of delay time on the rock fragmentation C. Yi, D. Johansson, U. Nyberg & J. Sjoeberg Effect of production blasts on waste dump stability P.K. Singh, M.P. Roy, R.K. Paswan, V.K. Singh, A. Sinha, V.K. Singh, P.K. Sinha & C.P. Singh Blast optimization at Sindesar Khurd underground mine to improve productivity with reduced level of vibration A.K. Lal, M. Daripa, A. Kumar, V. Chittora, M.P. Roy & P.K. Singh ECOFRO, an eco comparison tool for methods of rock fragmentation J.-F. Couvrat, J.-R. Dernoncourt & F. Martareche Controlling vibrations caused by underground blasts in LKAB Malmberget mine Z.X. Zhang Section 4 - Blast Modelling Application of stochastic approach to predict blast movement W.D. Rogers & S.S. Kanchibotla Modelling the extent of damage from fully coupled explosive charges I. Onederra, J.K. Furtney & E. Sellers Simple models for the complex process of rock blasting J.K. Furtney, E. Sellers & I. Onederra Computer modelling of cast blasting to