Calculation of minimum rock bolt force and minimum static acceleration in tetrahedral wedge stability.

Pinnaduwa Kulatilake, K. Fuenkajorn

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Abstract

An analytical procedure is extended to obtain expressions to calculate minimum rock bolt force and minimum static acceleration to achieve required factor of safety for the same type of wedge stability. The effects of an obliquely inclined upper slope face, a tension crack behind the slope face, water pressure within the tension crack and on the two supporting planes and any other known external forces can be included in the analysis. -from Authors

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationGeotechnical stability in surface mining. Proc. symposium, Calgary, 1986
EditorsR.K. Singhal
PublisherBalkema
Pages197-203
Number of pages7
StatePublished - 1986

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Kulatilake, P., & Fuenkajorn, K. (1986). Calculation of minimum rock bolt force and minimum static acceleration in tetrahedral wedge stability. In R. K. Singhal (Ed.), Geotechnical stability in surface mining. Proc. symposium, Calgary, 1986 (pp. 197-203). Balkema.

Calculation of minimum rock bolt force and minimum static acceleration in tetrahedral wedge stability. / Kulatilake, Pinnaduwa; Fuenkajorn, K.

Geotechnical stability in surface mining. Proc. symposium, Calgary, 1986. ed. / R.K. Singhal. Balkema, 1986. p. 197-203.

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Kulatilake, P & Fuenkajorn, K 1986, Calculation of minimum rock bolt force and minimum static acceleration in tetrahedral wedge stability. in RK Singhal (ed.), Geotechnical stability in surface mining. Proc. symposium, Calgary, 1986. Balkema, pp. 197-203.
Kulatilake P, Fuenkajorn K. Calculation of minimum rock bolt force and minimum static acceleration in tetrahedral wedge stability. In Singhal RK, editor, Geotechnical stability in surface mining. Proc. symposium, Calgary, 1986. Balkema. 1986. p. 197-203
Kulatilake, Pinnaduwa ; Fuenkajorn, K. / Calculation of minimum rock bolt force and minimum static acceleration in tetrahedral wedge stability. Geotechnical stability in surface mining. Proc. symposium, Calgary, 1986. editor / R.K. Singhal. Balkema, 1986. pp. 197-203
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