Relative Changes in the Characteristics of Elastic Pulses Before Rock Bursts
Studies of the seismo -acoustic processes accompanying crackling of burst-prone coal seams [1–5] have been based mainly on analysis of the long-term change in seam noise. It was established that bursts are associated with periods of increased seam noise, and this enables the seismo-acoustic method to be used for forecasting bursts .
KeywordsPulse Energy Coal Seam Pulse Amplitude Rock Burst Mean Amplitude
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