Soviet Mining

, Volume 22, Issue 3, pp 157–168 | Cite as

Zonal disintegration of rocks around underground workings, Part 1: Data of in situ observations

  • E. I. Shemyakin
  • G. L. Fisenko
  • M. V. Kurlenya
  • V. N. Oparin
  • V. N. Reva
  • F. P. Glushikhin
  • M. A. Rozenbaum
  • É. A. Tropp
  • Yu. S. Kuznetsov
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Keywords

Electric Resistivity Observation Station Rock Burst Rock Pressure Underground Working 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • E. I. Shemyakin
  • G. L. Fisenko
  • M. V. Kurlenya
  • V. N. Oparin
  • V. N. Reva
  • F. P. Glushikhin
  • M. A. Rozenbaum
  • É. A. Tropp
  • Yu. S. Kuznetsov

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