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Title: Improvement of worker safety through the investigation of the site response to rockbursts.
Authors: Hagan, TO
Milev, AM
Spottiswoode, SM
Vakalisa, B
Reddy, N
Keywords: SIMRAC
GAP 530
Rock bursts
Worker safety
Mine excavation
Seismic shaking
Issue Date: Dec-1998
Citation: Hagan, TO, et al. 1998. Improvement of worker safety through the investigation of the site response to rockbursts. Safety in Mines Research advisory committee, GAP 530, December, 1998, pp 1-146
Abstract: The objective of this investigation is to improve worker safety through a better understanding of mine excavation response to rockbursts. The improved understanding should lead to improved mine layout and support design. The project is a continuation of GAP 201 and consists of two main enabling areas namely: a comprehensive investigation of rockbursts that have caused damage and posed a hazard to workers and measurement and analysis of the dynamic response of the rock surrounding excavations following seismic shaking.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10204/1763
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