Study of the Stress-Strain State in the Mined Potassium Massif with Inclined Bedding

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Abstract

This paper presents results which concern regularities of propagation of discontinuous zones from mined-out space in rock massif with inclined bedding structure. The dependencies of maximal height of these zones from the inclination angle of productive beds were found. The mechanical model of rock massif was chosen as viscoelastic and transversely isotropic. Finite element method was used for calculation performing. Coulumb-Mohr and maximal elongation criteria were used for determination of discontinuous zones.

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M. A. Zhuravkov, A. V. Krupoderov and O. L. Konovalov, "Study of the Stress-Strain State in the Mined Potassium Massif with Inclined Bedding," Geomaterials, Vol. 4 No. 1, 2014, pp. 1-10. doi: 10.4236/gm.2014.41001.

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