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Fault slip in a mining context

By N.D. Fowkes, D.P. Mason and J.A.L. Napier


Recent articles on the broad range of computational and analytic techniques currently used to investigate excavation collapse are reported. Advances in physical models are also described. Simple models for determining fault slip due to underground and surface excavations and structures are investigated

Topics: Energy and utilities, Materials, None/Other
Year: 2004
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