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Title: Review of past research areas – seismology and mine layout design.
Authors: Handley, MF
Keywords: SIMRAC
GAP 816
Mine layout design
Seismology
Issue Date: Feb-2002
Citation: Handley, MF. 2002. Review of past research areas – seismology and mine layout design. Safety in Mines Research Advisory Committee, GAP 816, February, 2002, pp 1-26.
Abstract: The Safety in Mines Research Advisory Committee (SIMRAC) has managed research on behalf of the mining industry since 1993, and is now becoming concerned that the industry may not have implemented many of the results. SIMRAC selected six projects, valued at R52.89-million, to be evaluated under Project GAP 816b for their level of implementation in industry. The objectives of GAP 816b as defined by SIMRAC are: To compile a succinct and clear summary of the research outputs of the six project; To list those research findings that can be implemented together with guidelines on how to implement them; To analyze the research done in the six projects and identifying gaps in the research and to provide general guidelines for future research.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10204/1861
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