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Abstract

The main measures presently employed for reducing danger in burst-prone seams include working protective seams, drilling advance boreholes, “torpedoing,” inducer shotfiring, infusion, etc. They are aimed at relaxing stresses in the saem, degasification, or heightening the resistance of the face to rock bursts.

Keywords

Noise Level Stress Change Rock Burst Lower Face Main Roof 
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© Consultants Bureau 1966

Authors and Affiliations

  • V. S. Ivanov
  • N. B. Parshikov

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