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Seismo-Acoustic Method of Investigating the Effect of Shotfiring on the Roof of Underground Workings

  • A. G. Konstantinova
  • E. V. Petrosyants

Abstract

In recent years, various mining problems have been studied to an increasing extent using the seismoacoustic method. In this method, we record and study the natural audio-frequency vibrations arising during fracturing of rocks under the action of rock pressure [1], and also the elastic vibrations excited in the rocks by external sources such as explosions [2].

Keywords

Elastic Wave Barium Titanate Rock Pressure Elastic Vibration Underground Working 
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© Consultants Bureau 1966

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  • A. G. Konstantinova
  • E. V. Petrosyants

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