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Smooth wall blasting using notched boreholes

Smooth wall blasting using notched boreholes

a field study

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Published by Swedish Detonic Research Foundation in Stockholm .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Blasting.,
  • Roch mechanics.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementGert Bjarnholt ... [et al.].
    ContributionsBjarnholt, Gert.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination18 p. :
    Number of Pages18
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21972735M

    Modeling of shock- and gas-driven fractures induced by a blast using bonded assemblies of spherical particles. 63 Numerical simulation of initial shock parameters of detonating charge on borehole wall. Zi, Z. / Li, Y. | print version. 71 Studies on fracture plane control blast with notched boreholes. Ding, D. / Ling, Q. Inco () used a borehole camera for a blast-damage­ assessment study at a mine in Manitoba, Canada. Figure 1 illustrates the compilation of a borehole survey, which indicates fractures and open fractures, as a function of both time and the blast number. The camera was inserted into boreholes in the hanging wall of a blasthole stope.

    Blasters Tool and Supply is your source for blasting training books and software. We can even help you find field training to learn the basics of explosives and blasting. Whether you’re interested in EOD training for military or law enforcement, or you want to become a commercial blaster, let Blasters Tool and Supply help you learn safe and. underground openings, smooth wall and presplitting. For this application smooth-wall blasting is preferred, given the fact that two separate blasts are required for presplitting. Presplitting would require considerable time and coordination during a shaft-sinking operation, but it does appear to yield less damage than smooth-wall blasting.

    in blasting the contour of a tunnel: 1. Drilling costs should be l'educed. Langefors and Kihlstrom (2) recommend s/ D ratios of 16 and 8 for smooth blasting and pre splitting respecti Increas­ ing the s/D ratio to, say, 50 will reduce the number of boreholes required on the contour by factors of 3 .   Wall failures are costly and often life threatening. The goal of efficient wall control blasting is to make transition from a well fragmented rock .


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A method of smooth wall rock blasting is provided in which an alignment of boreholes for explosive charging is drilled into rock and a single, smaller diameter empty borehole is drilled close and parallel to, and on each side of each charged borehole.

Upon detonation of the charged boreholes, the rock is cracked smoothly along the plane coincident with the axes of the by: 3. A study of smooth wall blasting fracture mechanisms using the Timing Sequence Control Method.

Previous studies have already used a few methods such as V-notched blasting they can produce stress concentration effect in the wall of empty hole. When the borehole using decoupling charge, if the TBH have not had initiation of stress wave but Cited by:   The smooth wall blasting method of the invention provides important improvements over earlier, known smooth wall blasting methods.

The use of small diameter, closely spaced satellite boreholes aligned on Smooth wall blasting using notched boreholes book sides of a central charged borehole produces a stress-enhancing effect by which the energy from the detonating explosive is directed in a.

smooth wall blasting fracture mechanisms using the timing sequence control method,” International Journal of Rock Mechanics and Mining Sciences, vol. 92, pp. 1–8,   Air decking is a widely used controlled blasting technique that requires an air space in the blast hole above the explosive purpose of this air space, called a deck or air-deck, is to allow for the gases generated during the detonation process to fill the void instead of being forced into the adjacent rock mass.A conceptual diagram of a borehole with an air deck is shown in Fig.

by: 1. It can be seen from the calculation in dynamic finite element method that the V-shaped notch boreholes played a certain role of guiding energy in rock blasting excavation, the crack is generated.

86 Typically, such holes are shot instantaneously or with little delay, leaving a smooth wall with minimum overbreak.

Smooth blasting is the most widely accepted method for controlling overbreak in underground headings and stopes. 87 Line drilling “Line drilling” provides a plane of weakness to which a primary blast may break. Following figure illustrates a single row cushion blast using 12Âź-inch ( mm) boreholes.

A coupled toe charge is followed by a decoupled column charge. in smooth-wall blasting. An image of the final tunnel profile is acquired and digitized, using digital image analysis.

This profile is superimposed over the design profile, and from this zones of overbreak and underbreak are identified, quantified, and presented graphically. Wilson, W.H. and Maki, K. () Smooth Wall Blasting Using Notched Boreholes — a Field. Rock Blasting Fundamentals Slide No. 20 Rock Breakage Mechanism Konya’s Breakage Theory: After detonation, the stress wave causes microfractures at the borehole walls.

Normal resistance causes cracking to concentrate toward the face. After the stress wave has passed, the expanding gasses causes pressurization of the.

Following are the techniques of controlled blasting: Line drilling, Trim (Cushion) blasting, Smooth (contour or perimeter) blasting, Pre-splitting, Selecting and employing various parameters of blast design, using modern technology, Precise and accurate timing delays, Muffle blasting at critical and congested areas.

4 5. Efficient blast designs combined with the proper choice of explosive can produce better fragmentation with associated lower operating costs compared to blast designs and explosives used under adverse conditions.

As a result, the efficient use of explosives, along with the proper borehole diameter selection, are the keys to a. Abstract The evaluation of borehole spacing in presplitting and smooth blasting is closely connected to the evaluation of borehole pressure.

Pressures required for splitting the rock, using the classical simple theory of pressurized uncracked holes in an infinite medium, are calculated for the case of granite cutting with detonating cord, and compared with a variety of estimations available.

Depending upon strength properties of in-situ rock mass, characteristics of joint pattern and required quality of blasting, control blasting techniques viz., pre-split and smooth blasting are commonly implemented to achieve an undamaged periphery rock-wall.

Rock fragmentation by blasting: proceedings of the Fifth International Symposium on Rock Fragmentation by Blasting - FRAGBLAST-5, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, 25 - 29 August (English) Mohanty, B. New search for: Mohanty, B.

Utilizes a notched or grooved borehole to initiate fractures at desired locations and employs a very carefully selected charge so as to provide control over borehole pressure The charge required for fracture control can be as little as 1/40th that required for normal smooth wall blasting The reliable and cost effective notching method is.

Considering different mechanical cutting tools for excavation of rock, drilling and blasting is said to be inexpensive and at the same time most acceptable and compatible to any geo-excavation condition.

Depending upon strength properties of in-situ rock mass, characteristics of joint pattern and required quality of blasting, control blasting techniques viz., pre-split and smooth blasting are. The smooth-wall blast follows a similar process to the pre-split blast, except in the reverse order.

First a rough opening is formed using a large bulk blast, and then the smooth-wall blast follows along a series of closely spaced and lightly charged parallel holes. 16 of 45 Erik Eberhardt – UBC Geological Engineering ISRM Edition. Smooth wall Blasting. Applied Explosives Technology For Construction and Mining, Stig Olofsson, Ground Support for Drifts and Tunnels.

Objective - to mobilize and enhance the inherent strength of the rock mass so that it becomes self supporting. Materials used in tunnel support and reinforcement. Borehole logging 49 6 Borehole design, development, and completion 53 Borehole construction design 54 Borehole casing 54 Borehole well screens 55 Gravel pack 58 Pump selection 62 Sealing the borehole 62 Examples of borehole design 64 Borehole development 66 Development methods.

Book Description. This volume contains the papers presented at the 9 th International Symposium on Rock Fragmentation by Blasting, held in Granada, Spain, August A state-of-the-art collection of articles on developments in rock blasting and explosives engineering, with contributions on rock characterization, explosives and initiation systems, blast design and monitoring.Presplit blasting Spacing = Hole diameter x 12 Burden = x production blast burden (B) Uncharged length at top = 10 x D Powder factor = kg per square metre of face Do not stem holes.

Fire all holes on the same delay, or in groups of ≥ 5 holes Smooth blasting Spacing = 15 x Hole diameter (hard rock) 20 x Hole diameter (soft rock).This equation indicates that if the borehole depth is greater than feet, we need an additional primer in the column.

As long as the borehole is less than feet, one primer located at the bottom of the column will suffice. When the boreholes are subdrilled, the equation becomes more complicated: H = x Ve x (B² + J²)½ + T Vr.