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Title: Experimental investigation of fundamental processes in mining induced fracturing and rock instability.
Authors: Napier, JAL
Drescher, K
Hildyard, MW
Kataka, MO
Malan, DF
Sellers, EJ
Keywords: SIMRAC
GAP 601
Rock instability
Seismic waves
Creep effets
Issue Date: Mar-2002
Citation: Napier, JAL, et al. 2002. Experimental investigation of fundamental processes in mining induced fracturing and rock instability. Safety in Mines Research advisory committee, GAP 601b, March, 2002, pp 1-232
Abstract: The main themes of the project GAP601b have been experimental investigations of creep effects, further underground observations of time-dependent behaviour, investigation of scale effects and rock mass stability and studies of the interaction of seismic waves with underground excavations.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10204/1766
Appears in Collections:Safety in mines research advisory committee
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