The measures necessary for combating sudden rock bursts in pits represent one of the most complex aspects of mining, and the problem becomes more serious as mining operations are carried out at deeper levels, where bursts increase in number and intensity.


Coal Seam Rock Burst Safe Zone Lower Face Arbitrary Boundary 
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