Seismic Monitoring in Mines

by A.J. Mendecki

Publisher: Springer

Written in English
Cover of: Seismic Monitoring in Mines | A.J. Mendecki
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Subjects:

  • Mining technology & engineering,
  • Vulcanology & seismology,
  • Rock Mechanics,
  • Seismology,
  • Science,
  • Science/Mathematics,
  • General,
  • Mines and mineral resources,
  • Science / General,
  • Science / Geology,
  • Earth Sciences - Geology
The Physical Object
FormatHardcover
Number of Pages280
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL9870017M
ISBN 100412753006
ISBN 109780412753008

(Gibowicz and Kijko, ). The second book, Seismic Monitoring in Mines, written by Mendecki and his colleagues from the ISS International, South Africa, (Mendecki, a) contains a description of a very specific methodology for as- sessing in real time the seismic hazard associated with mining. routine micro-seismic monitoring may be possible in most open pit slopes. Previously, a good correlation has been observed at the Navachab and Union Reefs open pit mines between slope surface movements and the seismic event data recorded within the slopeFile Size: 2MB. Abstract. Seismic sensors are distributed around or throughout the volume of interest. The monitoring system must accurately record the amplitude and timing of any significant ground motion over a wide range of amplitudes, frequencies and durations, and assemble the records at a central point for processing, within a reasonably short time so that action may be taken in response and at a high Cited by: 3. flood. Regional and in-mine monitoring networks were found to be on a par with those installed in seismically-active mining districts elsewhere in the world, although measures to improve the quality and continuity of seismic monitoring were recommended, particularly when mines change ownership. A range of technologies available to.

Seismic monitoring networks The Treaty calls for two global seismic monitoring networks: a primary seismic network with 50 stations and an auxiliary one with stations. The stations of the primary seismic network send data continuously in real time to the IDC and will be utilized most extensively. This book brings together an international team of geophysicists and geotechnical engineers to describe the latest developments in the field of quantitative monitoring and interpretation of seismic activity in mines. It describes the recommended methodologies and procedures, giving examples, and the emphasis throughout is on practical. Rockbursts and Seismicity in Mines: Proceedings of the 4th International Symposium on Rockbursts and Seismicity in Mines, Kraków, Poland, August Sfawomir J. Gibowicz, Stanistaw Lasocki A.A. Balkema, - Induced seismicity - pages. @article{osti_, title = {Cluster Analysis for CTBT Seismic Event Monitoring}, author = {Carr, Dorthe B and Young, Chris J and Aster, Richard C and Zhang, Xioabing}, abstractNote = {Mines at regional distances are expected to be continuing sources of small, ambiguous events which must be correctly identified as part of the Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty (CTBT) monitoring process.

Seismic and Micro-Seismic Monitoring. The Metacoustics team has a number of "high precision tilt meters" which allow the monitoring of tilt from earth tides, micro-seismic activity in and around the monitored structure and seismic data on a world wide scale is recorded and analysed.

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Routine seismic monitoring in mines was introduced over 30 years ago with two main objectives in mind: • immediate location of larger seIsmIC events to guide rescue operations; • prediction of large rockmass instabilities.

The first objective was achieved fairly quickly, but with the subsequent development of mine communication systems, its strategic importance has diminished. Routine seismic monitoring in mines was introduced over 30 years ago with two main objectives in mind: • immediate location of larger seIsmIC events to guide rescue operations; • prediction of large rockmass instabilities.

The first objective was achieved fairly quickly, but with the subsequent. Routine seismic monitoring in mines was introduced over 30 years ago with two main objectives in mind: • immediate location of larger seIsmIC events to guide rescue operations; • prediction of large rockmass instabilities.

The first objective was achieved fairly quickly, but with the subsequent development of mine communication systems, its Format: Hardcover. seismic monitoring in mines Download seismic monitoring in mines or read online books in PDF, EPUB, Tuebl, and Mobi Format. Click Download or Read Online button to get seismic monitoring in mines book now.

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Print book: English: 1st edView all editions and formats Summary: Routine seismic monitoring in mines was introduced over 30 years ago with two main objectives in mind: * immediate location of larger seIsmIC events to guide rescue operations.

The introduction of modern digital seismic systems to mines and progress in the theory and methods of quantitative seismology have enabled the implementation of realtime seismic monitoring as a management tool, quantifying rockmass response to mining and achieving the.

A Guide to Routine Seismic Monitoring in M ines, in A Handbook on Rock Eng. Practice for Tabular Hard Rock Mines 10 Mendecki, et al., ISS In ternati onal Limited for SIMRAC, Department of Minerals.

Seismic Monitoring in Mines by Mendecki, A.J. and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at - Seismic Monitoring in Mines Seismic Monitoring in Mines book AbeBooks Passion for books. Seismic monitoring using geophones aims at predicting roof fall by measuring microseismic events caused by movements within a rock mass.

Geophones are based on an inertial mass (proof mass) suspended from a spring. The response of a geophone is proportional to the ground velocity (both P and S waves). The introduction of modern digital seismic systems to mines and progress in the theory and methods of quantitative seismology have enabled the implementation of realtime seismic monitoring as a management tool, quantifying rockmass response to mining and achieving the Brand: Springer Netherlands.

The aim of this book is to provide a textbook for those involved with seismic monitoring in mines, irrespective of the type of mine or rock, and to bridge the gap between seismologists and. Hudyma, M.R. ; Heal, Daniel ; Mikula, P.A. / Seismic monitoring in mines - old technology, new Control in Mining:Technology and Practice Cited by: 5.

seismic monitoring equipment has as a result been widely embraced by the mining community. As shown in Figure 1a, seismic monitoring installations are typically configured using twisted pair cable, fiber optics, radio telemetry, or a hybrid combination of the above.

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Books. Go Search Hello Select your address. The Department of Mines and Geology (DMG) is an arm of the Government of Nepal that began microseismic monitoring in with the installation of a short-period vertical seismic station.

The number of stations was gradually increased to create the National Seismological Network, which comprised 21 short-period seismic stations inwith an.

for Deep Longwall Coal Mines Seismic Monitoring Strategies for Deep Longwall Coal Mines RI REPORT OF INVESTIGATIONS/ Report of Investigations Seismic Monitoring Strategies for Deep Longwall Coal Mines Peter Swanson, M.

Shawn Boltz, and Derrick Chambers. The seismic event is automatically processed, and seismic source parameters (including the location, time, radiated seismic energy and co-seismic inelastic deformation) are automatically calculated. This seismic data is regularly transferred to IMS’s offices for processing and.

The scope of this article covers seismic sources, monitoring and analysis methods of seismic events and mine design in the context of seismicity management in underground mines. All Underground mines experience some degree of seismicity.

Damage due to seismicity has been observed in various mines around the globe. Seismic events will occur as a. Routine seismic monitoring in mines was introduced over 30 years ago with two main objectives in mind: • immediate location of larger seIsmIC events to guide rescue operations; • prediction of large rockmass instabilities.

The first objective was achieved fairly quickly, but with the subsequent development of mine communication systems, its. Multicomponent Seismic Monitoring By Thomas L.

Davis, Martin Landrø Edited by Thomas L. Davis, Colorado School of Mines, Martin Landrø, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Trondheim.

This book grew out of Mine Seismology: Glossary of Selected Terms, presented at the 8th Symposium on Rockbursts and Seismicity in Mines (RaSiM8) in St. Petersburg, Russia in It summarises the expertise gained over several decades of experience in the field, drawing together relevant concepts from diverse disciplines, including mathematics.

Time of day -- Mine explosions tend to be set off during local daytime hours, even if the mines are operating 24 hours a day. Seismic waveforms -- Seismograms at a given station for explosions at the same mine tend to be similar from event-to-event, both in the relative times and amplitudes of different seismic phases within each seismogram and.

The Evolution of Seismic Monitoring Systems at the Hawaiian Volcano Observatory 69 to more routinely determine and publish earthquake locations from the data recorded at HVO’s seismographic stations.

The HVO seismic network configuration inwith three stations located in the Kīlauea summit caldera region, one in Hilo, andCited by: 1. Use seismic data to evaluate mine design performance and critical design assumptions.

A variety of approaches to implementing seismic monitoring in deep coal mines was demonstrated. These methods were tailored to specific monitoring objectives and. seismic instrumentation and how seismological tech-niques have been used in Canadian mines over the past few years in order to characterize the rock mass conditions in the presence of excavations.

Several Fig. Schematic diagrams of seismic monitoring a instrumentation and b software. Paul Sava Professor & Green Chair of Exploration Geophysics.

contact Center for Wave Phenomena Department of Geophysics Colorado School of Mines Golden, COUSA interests wavefield seismic imaging & inversion space resouce exploration microseismic monitoring seismoelectric imaging infrastructure monitoring imaging. The Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty (CTBT) has been signed by nations and bans all nuclear explosions.

As of Maythe U.S. Senate has yet to ratify the treaty. A global seismic network forms part of the basis of the International Monitoring System (IMS) being established for CTBT compliance. As mines go deeper, do you think regulations will have to catch up in terms of having more direct seismic monitoring requirements.

That’s true, and that’s the route it’s gone in South Africa, and remember the South African mines are deeper than any we have in North America by 4,ft. Seismic Surveys, Inc. provides a full range of high-quality geoscience consulting services to customers in the engineering, construction, mining, demolition and explosives industries.

As specialists in measuring, analyzing and controlling ground vibration and sound pressure effects, we help customers.Microseismic Monitoring, by Vladimir Grechka and Werner M.

Heigl, discusses how to process microseismic data, what can and cannot be inferred from such data, and to what level of certainty this might be possible.

The narrative of the book follows the passage of seismic waves: from a source triggered by hydraulic fracture stimulation, through. The problem of mining-induced seismicity in hardrock mines has become significant as underground mines from around the world are pushing production to deeper levels.

At many mines, the risk associated with large seismic events and rockburst damage must be managed to ensure the safety of mine workers and minimise production losses. In this paper, an engineering approach to seismic risk Cited by: