Soviet Mining

, Volume 11, Issue 6, pp 686–690 | Cite as

Control of the stability of the working sides of open pits

  • É. L. Galust'yan
Open-cut Mining
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Keywords

Shear Strength Rock Mass Bedding Coal Seam Caving 

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Literature Cited

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    Methodological Instructions on Determination of the Angles of the Sides and Slopes of Benches and Dumps in Working Open Pits and Quarries [in Russian], VNIMI, Leningrad (1972).Google Scholar
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    G. L. Fisenko, M. A. Revazov, and É. L. Galust'yan, Strengthening Slopes in Open Pits and Quarries [in Russian], Nedra, Moscow (1974).Google Scholar
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    Directions for Determining the Optimum Angles of Inclination of Sides of Open Pits and Slopes of Dumps [in Russian], VNIMI, Leningrad (1962).Google Scholar
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© Plenum Publishing Corporation 1976

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